27 months ago, Android didn’t exists. Now it’s the number one smartphone OS in the United States.
One year ago, RIM held the lion share of the market with 42%. Now their trailing in second place and Google doesn’t appear to be showing any signs of slowing down.
The real question is, does the market have enough room for all four, or will we see a buy-out or bow-out by next year?
[via CNN Money]