BlackBerry losing ground to iOS and the Android, and now comes Windows Phone 7

RIM has had the smartphone market share for nearly a decade. Google and Apple came along and grabbed about 30 percent of the market share, now Microsoft is serious about the game and Windows Phone 7 is sure to take a huge bite out of the smartphone pie. Whats that going to do to the Blackberry?

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 sure to mix things up in the smart phone market

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