Android: The Commodity Phone Killer
The introduction of Android, and the fact that Google is pushing its own phone in this market, means the smartphone market -- which still represents only 17 percent of mobile phones overall -- is going to accelerate with new competitive juice. It also means that Google is going to work very hard on building up the apps platform for Android. Mobile smartphones are going to become the most powerful and fastest spreading devices on the planet. Applications will be a key weapon in Google's arsenal as it aims at its chief competitor, Apple.
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— R. Scott Raynovich is an independent trader and investor and the editor of The Rayno Report, a Website dedicated to discovering important investment trends and anomalies in the 21st century.