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Analyst: Smartphone IC market surging

11/4/2010 10:19 PM EDT
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EE,etc.
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EE,etc.   11/8/2010 6:10:38 PM
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I could agree with the folks that growth of Smarphone market is not news, Nevertheless, the report's market prediction is still provides much value to any biz related to the Smartphones. Who could tell the HTC is becoming one of the fastest growing ones a short while ago gaining against big players like LG & Sony.

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Gil Russell   11/6/2010 1:29:59 AM
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Easy..., TC = 1-1/e ~ 63.2; Step Function Response

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KB3001   11/6/2010 12:34:19 AM
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"The firm estimates that 63 percent of the world's population is the maximum worldwide penetration rate. " Why is this? Does anybody out there know?

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goafrit   11/5/2010 10:47:36 PM
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Yes, I know that across the developing world, everyone needs a Tablet and SmartpHone as a social symbol.

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krisi   11/4/2010 11:54:41 PM
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Smartphone ICs are surging?! so what is new? everyone knows that, it is enough to walk in any city in the world...I would had hoped that IC Insights would have a better insights (who, when, how), pan fully intended...Kris

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