New Chips Could Boost iPhone Rivals
If the debut of Apple's iPhone last June wasn't enough of an eye-opener for cellular industry players, a Google (GOOG) memo recently made public should have done the trick: While the iPhone accounts for just 2% of high-end Web-browsing and media-playing handsets, or smartphones, sold worldwide, its users over the holidays accounted for a majority of incoming mobile traffic through Google's giant server network.
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