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RIM Dominating the Handheld Market

By James Falconer on 13 Apr 2007 10:41 am EDT
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RIM Revenues in Motion

Check out this groovy little chart we found recently. It clearly shows the dominance of RIM in today's current handheld market.

Are there going to be any contenders to the throne in the coming year? Apple with its iPhone? Nokia with the new N800 and E62 models?

Time will tell. But so far, all signs appear to be pointing in RIM's direction.

In the next year or two, we predict that RIM will take over for the Government of Canada to join forces with Google (who will take over in the United States).

Canada and the US will no longer exist...Instead most of North America will simply be known as "GoogleBerry".

Makes perfect sense to me :)

James Falconer James Falconer "Community Manager, Mobile Nations" 354 (articles) 767 (forum posts)

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