Android has powered past RIM to take the top spot in U.S. smartphone market share. On this Dialed In we break down the news that has CNET readers buzzing.
Call it valley between two trade shows, but the cell phone world is having a quiet week for a change. As we're three weeks past Mobile World Congress and two weeks to CTIA, cell phone makers must have their heads down planning what's to come. Yet, there was at least one piece of news that brought out the CNET readers in force this week. Indeed, Android fans and detractors were abuzz over a ComScore report that found that Android had grabbed the largest market share in the United States smartphone market in the three months ending January. It's quite the discussion so be sure to check it out. We also reviewed the changes from iOS 4.3, Kent dissed the Motorola Flipout, and Bonnie walked us through new announcements from Samsung. And Jessica said nothing because she is on vacation.
Android leaps beyond RIM to take top spot in U.S. market
Hot spot on the AT&T iPhone remains easy to use, but not so fast
Rumor: LG Optimus 2X headed to T-Mobile as G2X
Motorola won't update Charm or Flipout beyond Android 2.1
Boost Mobile goes simple with Samsung Factor
Samsung debuts Galaxy Pro
Rumor: Sprint to intro Nexus S, new Evos at CTIA
Samsung intros 3 new headsets
Google Maps Navigation for Android gets real-time traffic smarts
On Call: A bridge for T-Mobile and Sprint