i think, slowly, all tablets, except Windows systems, will fade God seek, what can you reely do with them, excpet occasionlly readthe web. Remember, one can play some games on tablets, but how may pople or kids can afford it. After a while, popel will forget them!
I for one, got he ipad, but i am using it less and less. My kid still loves ot to go to the desktop for real fun, only use ipad someitmes when in the car.
What you forgot to say, that I found out by GOOGLING the item is this:
"After years of runaway success, it's now losing share to Apple's iPhone, according to the latest data from comScore.
For the three months ended in February, Apple had 38.9 percent of the U.S. smartphone market, up from 35 percent for the same period ending in November. Android fell to 51.7 percent over the same period, down from 53.7 percent."
Thanks for the post, wally. You've verified for this board that in spite of the vagaries of the market place and short term trend analyses, Android is still at the top of the heap with 51.7% to iPhone's 38.9% and MS' offerings don't even rate an honorable mention in the same breath with these industry leaders. HAR HAR HAR!!!
Put that foot gun down, wally, before you blow another "round" up Billy Boy's wazoo.
Oh... Wait... That is one of your regular activities anyway...