The NYT’s Gadgetwise blog says the leading phone maker is probably not the one you think it might be:
It’s not Apple, BlackBerry, Palm or Nokia. According to the market research firm Strategy Analytics, Samsung was the the leader in the United States with 26 percent of the total cellphone market in 2009.
Feature phones are the big sellers. They’re not smartphones, but they connect to the internet. And I’m still using a dial phone in the back of the Observer office.
PASSWORD: Check out this graphic on password security. People are still using passwords that are too simple.
GOOGLING: This link is only for those who are really interested in the world of Google. It’s called “Six Delusions of Google’s Arrogant Leaders.” It’s interesting reading. If you’re interested in Google’s standing in the world.