Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 26th Jul 2005 23:17 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The global market for smart mobile devices continued its rise in Q2 2005 according to estimates released by research firm Canalys. Nokia once again saw its smart phone shipments increase at more than twice the average market rate. Palm still leads the handheld segment, with 31% market share, but its handheld shipments declined 32% year on year, resulting in a 1% unit decline overall. Handheld shipments fell in most regions, with North America down by 36%, while Latin America and Asia Pacific fell 12% and 21% respectively.
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RE: I hope
by Nicholas Blachford on Wed 27th Jul 2005 00:05 UTC in reply to "I hope"
Nicholas Blachford
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I prefer keeping handhelds and phones seperate. Of course, I'm obviously the minority.

You're not that much of a minority.
Some phone companies have started producing basic models again.

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