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 No Samsung are and have been number one for a while, the average amount they are making per handset is falling, they have released notices confirming this in shareholder warnings.
 The windows of my car contain live weather updates, traffic updates, directions and speed limit notifications they even contain advertising provided by billboards. They also work as a primitive form of air conditioning when wound up and down.
Why would you want live tiles in a car?   So you can crash when distracted by Facebook updates?
 Notice I stated handset vendor, not smartphone vendor. http://edablog.com/2008/02/21/nokia-strategy-analytics/ http://www.engadget.com/2007/07/13/samsung-passes-motorola-takes-number-two-market-share-spot/ I was slightly out on the US, that didn't happen until 2008 http://www.symbian-freak.com/news/008/11/samsung_became_the_number_one_handset_vendor_in_us.htm Samsung's transition mirrors the general market move towards smartphones becoming a larger proportion of handsets...
 They are running scared of Apple because their big "marketshare" is made up of cheap handsets while their high end languishes even though they fool most of the media into portraying the opposite. Just like Nokia post iPhone, huge marketshare with a dropping average handset price that fell to unsustainable levels. Meanwhile Apple just keeps ticking along banking most of the money, with real innovation such as 64bit. Samsung has always been a follower, a follower with...
 Before the iPhone launched Samsung was number two handset vendor in the world, behind Nokia and number one in the United States.
 When you said you can buy an iPad NOW, which won't run the latest version of iOS. As far as I know the only place to get a first gen iPad is on the second hand market. I bought a brand new iPad 2 last week for some relatives from Fiji, it came with iOS 7 and updated to iOS 7.1. It more than exceeded their needs, now they want two more they are reasonably priced and work a lot better than the cheap Android junk that comprises most of it's marketshare. The thing is they...
 It would fall into the category of "other" where all the growth in Android tablet sales is occurring. How much more of the "other" is junk like this? Going on usage statistics, quite a lot.
 Why I expect they would say that Apple TV is both these things, a combination of Chromecast and Google TV in one device.
 Mirror porn from iPad, iPhone, Mac... ...Apple TV wins.
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