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So I was talking about how my Latitude history was approaching 100,000 miles. Well today I wrote a bit of Python code to plot a graph of miles travelled vs date. As you can see far away trips have quite a big impact. 
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Android dominates the smartphone market !

#android   #iOS   #blackberry   #smartphone   #euromaestro  

Google's Android software for mobile devices was running on 75 percent of smartphones shipped in the third quarter, as the search company extended its lead over Apple, according to research firm IDC.

Apple's iOS system, used in iPhones, was second with a market share of 15 percent. Apple's new iPhone didn't come out until late in the quarter, while Samsung Electronics Co. and other Android makers had major releases earlier.

A year ago, Android had just 58 percent to the iPhone's 14 percent. Gains came largely at the expense of BlackBerry and Symbian phones, according to Thursday's report from IDC.

See the NPR article.
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=164200607

While Android phones dominate unit sales, 90% of profits in the smartphone market is held by two companies, Apple and Samsung.

Apple still manages to make more profits (twice as much actually) in the smartphone market than all the other operators combined

What does this leave for Windows and Blackberry ?
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