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Who’s winning the smartphone war? Google and Apple. Who’s losing? RIM and Microsoft.
The ‘Eggs in One Basket’ Index
How does Google make money? In a word: Ads.

How to complete the alphabet? Hipmunk, Vook, and… Xerox could get the job done. (Hey, after buying Motorola, you never know!)

Will Android’s market share ever beat Google’s search share?
On paper, it certainly seems possible: Over the past year, Android has risen to 42% of the market from 17%. If Google maintains the same trajectory for another year, it could reach 67%. But it’s more complicated than that.

Will Android’s market share ever beat Google’s search share?

On paper, it certainly seems possible: Over the past year, Android has risen to 42% of the market from 17%. If Google maintains the same trajectory for another year, it could reach 67%. But it’s more complicated than that.

Why is Google stuck at 65% of the U.S. search market?
SplatF Employee of the Month: Sanjay Jha, CEO of Motorola Mobility
He wisely took advantage of the smartphone patent bubble and twisted Google’s arm into buying Motorola for $12.5 billion, sending shockwaves through the mobile industry. Good move, Sanjay — you’re our employee of the month.

SplatF Employee of the Month: Sanjay Jha, CEO of Motorola Mobility

He wisely took advantage of the smartphone patent bubble and twisted Google’s arm into buying Motorola for $12.5 billion, sending shockwaves through the mobile industry. Good move, Sanjay — you’re our employee of the month.