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ComScore data shows that nearly one in three US mobile users now has smartphone, with Android and Apple taking two-thirds of share – but RIM, Microsoft and Palm are losers.

Guy Brighton
  • 6 july 2011

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This article titled “RIM loses 1m BlackBerry users in US while Android and Apple boom” was written by Charles Arthur, for guardian.co.uk on Wednesday 6th July 2011 07.51 UTC

BlackBerry-maker RIM lost more than 1 million users in the US in the three months to May, as Google’s Android platform cemented its lead as the most-used smartphone platform there and Apple gained more than 3 million users, according to new statistics from market research company comScore.

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