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BlackBerry OS Reigns Supreme in U.S.

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 11-08-2010 Print

RIM might be facing some issues competing in the mobile market with Apple and Google, but the company can find solace in the fact that its operating system is still tops. Market-research firm ComScore found that RIM's BlackBerry OS has 37.3 percent market share in the mobile market. It's being trailed by Apple and Google with 24.3 percent and 21.4 percent market share, respectively.

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