Apple and Samsung can almost state “All your smartphones are belong to us,” because they’re already two-thirds of the way there. That is, two out of every three smartphones sold in the U.S. is an Apple or Samsung product. So says research firm NPD Group, which compared the fourth quarter of 2013 and the fourth quarter of 2012 and came up with some interesting numbers, including the emerging Communication Domination of the top two manufacturers.
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