Android Now Tops in U.S. Smartphones
Google's Android platform has overtaken Research in Motion's BlackBerry to take the #1 spot in domestic smartphone market share, according to comscore numbers released Monday.
According to the survey, which measured the three-month period ending in January, 31.2 percent of smartphone subscribers in the U.S. use Android, compared with 30.4 percent for RIM. Apple was third was 24.7 percent, with the next two competitors, Microsoft and Palm, both in single digits.
In the previous survey, in October, RIM was first with 35.8 percent, followed by Apple with 24.6 and Google with 23.5.