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Google's Android is not bringing market lead to the office

Google’s Android software for mobile devices has opened up a wide lead in market share, yet it hasn’t made the same inroads with a lucrative niche: businesspeople.

18th December, 2012
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Only 22 per cent of information workers say they want a smartphone based on Google’s software, said a survey.

Google’s Android software for mobile devices has opened up a wide lead in market share, yet it hasn’t made the same inroads with a lucrative niche: businesspeople.

Only 22 per cent of information workers say they want a smartphone based on Google’s software on the job, according to a study by Forrester Research, Bloomberg.com reported on its Tech Blog. That’s less than one-third compared with Android’s broader market share, pegged at...

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