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Apple, Samsung Extend US Smartphone Supremacy
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Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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1/17/2014 | 4:36:55 PM
Re: Apple and Samsung, the odd couple
I wonder whether any of the Chinese mobile handset makers will rank #2 or #3 in a decade.
cbabcock
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cbabcock,
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1/17/2014 | 3:45:30 PM
Apple and Samsung, the odd couple
Apple and Samsung own 68% of U.S. smart phone market, up from a mere 57% last year. These two vital business partners -- Samsung porduced 20-25% of the iPhone's parts -- don't seem to understand what a good thing they have going. That's why they're fighting like cats and dogs in court.


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