and exceed not only Nokia, but also RIMs market cap. This is good news for our devoted Android handset maker. Our source mentions they have grown over 30 times their value over the last 5 years to a whopping $33.88 billion. That is compared to Nokia's $32.85 bn, and RIM's slowly lowering $28.5 bn.
ABI Research has offered up its latest report and the report claims that Android is headed to nearly half of the smartphone market by 2016. ABI says that by 2016 Android will hold 45% of the smartphone market, which is a massive increase of 71% growth over levels the OS held in 2009. ABI also notes that 69 million Android smartphones shipped last year.
"missing the point." You must go forth and buy the tablet you know, in your heart, if you will, will be the one you'll love the best.