Google: Numbers favor Android over iPhone
Apr 28, 2010, 20:33 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Asay)
"The more you roll the dice, according to the law of large
numbers theorem, the more likely you are to hit an expected average
"And according to Google VP Andy Rubin, the more the search
giant blankets the industry with competing Android-droid based
mobile handsets, the more likely Google is to hit its expected
value of market dominance over Apple's iPhone.
""It's a numbers game," Rubin said. And the numbers look
increasingly rosy for Android.
"Consider AdMob's new report (PDF), which pegs Android as
accounting for 25 percent of mobile ad requests from smartphones
globally and for a whopping 46 percent in the U.S."
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