Earlier this week comScore posted their January 2010 U.S. Mobile subscriber market share. This showed the change in overall % of mobile subscribers from October of 2009 to January of 2010. RIM is still on top, with 43% of the market, an increase of 1.7% since October.
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Apple has seen healthy, albeit slower, growth as well. They're up to 25.1%, a .3% bump. Android is the OS that has seen the fastest rate of growth, although their total share is still very slamm. They increased from 2.8% to 7.1% in just three months. That's a 4.3% leap in a short period of time, something none of Android's competitors can claim. It's clear that this list will look very different by January 2011.
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Palm and Microsoft both saw substantial dives in their share. Microsoft now controls just 15.7% of the market, a 4% drop. Palm is down to 5.7%, a drop of 2.1%. While the Windows Phone Series 7 has decent odds to reverse or at least stall those loses for Microsoft, Palm has nothing on the horizon that seems capable of fixing things.