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July 13, 2008

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Daniel Pritchett

Your point about iPhone-style web phones being an unavoidable force reshaping the technology landscape is spot-on.

I do not think Apple will ever have the market sewn up to the degree they have with MP3 players.

This article shows a different perspective on the mindshare issue: Interest in iPhone versus non-iPhone platforms by 3rd party software developers. It appears that Google's unreleased Android platform has a hefty amount of its own momentum.

Granted, number of end users is more important than number of interested developers, but it is still an interesting bellwether.

http://radar.oreilly.com/2008/07/interest-in-the-iphone-android.html

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