Growth of Java ME cell phones continues to rise
[URL="http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5i7BRLlIAj__2iqEd8JSAVlpD-I0wD9FDGT2G0"] [IMG]http://blogs.sun.com/hinkmond/resource/images-2010/cell-phone-growth-graph.gif[/IMG][/URL] The growth of the overall cell phone market continues to rise, up 22% this past quarter. That's very nice, since the majority of worldwide cell phone sales (about 70%) is still Java ME tech-enabled. iDrone fanboys would have you believe that iDrones represent the majority of cell phone sales. Don't believe the hype!
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Here's a quote: Research in Motion Ltd., the Canadian maker of the BlackBerry smart phones, broke into the top five of the world's largest phone makers for the first time. [B]Manufacturers shipped 295 million phones in the quarter[/B], IDC said. The report is based on publicly reported figures from the major phone manufacturers. ... [B]Nokia Corp. kept its place as the world's largest maker of phones, followed by Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc[/B]. Woo-hoo! There's still life in them bones.
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