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Retail CategoryYTY Percent ChangeVideo Games, Consoles & Accessories29%Home, Garden & Furniture25%Sport & Fitness25%Event Tickets13%Consumer Electronics9%Apparel & Accessories4%Computer Hardware-5%Toys & Hobbies-7%Books & Magazines-8%Flowers, Greetings & Gifts-10%Office Supplies-10%Jewelry & Watches-12%Computer Software (excl. PC Games)-18%Music, Movies & Video-23%Source: comScore
I've been doing a lot of thinking lately about the US smartphone market and in particular RIM (I may go buy a T-Mobile Curve 8900 soon) so it was quite timely when I read the excellent article from Michael Mace titled Watch out for RIM. I wanted to offer some of my thoughts concerning the US smartphone market and why RIM is the current leader and the one I think has the potential to move faster than Apple and others moving forward. The latest Gartner worldwide numbers show that RIM is number two, behind Nokia, with almost double the market share of Apple. I haven't seen any US specific numbers, but with the long history of BlackBerry devices here in the US I imagine their market share percentage in the US may be even great than double that of Apple.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has appointed Peter Rowe to head up its Diplomatic Security, Information Management and Services Division (DID).
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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is gearing up for a nine-month IT help desk transformation project to improve desktop support for its VIPs, diplomats and senior government officials.
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I've been poking at Windows 7 Beta at work. The flying monkeys in Redmond might have something going.
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