Windows Phone’s market share jumps in February

Windows Phone’s market share jumps in February

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We use data from NetMarketShare (NMS) on a regular basis, as it tends to be accurate and unbiased. We compare it with other data, of course, but it’s one of our favorite places to head when we need a look at how browsers, operating systems, and mobile platforms are performing. Usually,...
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