Apple gained and Research In Motion continued to lose market share in handsets while Google's Android software took more share, according to market researcher ComScore.
Apple gained 1.2 points (see chart below) to garner an 8.7 percent of the handset market and pushing RIM out of the No. 4 slot, according to a comScore survey for the three months ending in May. Samsung's market-leading share was virtually unchanged at 24.8 percent. The results of the survey were released today.
On the smartphone operating environment "platform" front, Google's Android share jumped to 38.… Read more