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Considering the numbers, Google currently maintains 7.1% of the US smartphone market, surpassing Palm, but still behind RIM, Apple, and Microsoft. The huge gain in momentum probably has a lot to do with Google’s approach to their platform. Rather than making the phones themselves, they made Android an open source platform, which gained the support of most device manufacturers. With so many phones on the market now that run Android, and the Nexus One reaching Verizon this month, it’s easy to see how Google’s open platform is paying off.

Other platforms are not doing as well as Android, but it is worth noting that both Palm and Microsoft have aging platforms which haven’t helped their numbers. Palm’s Symbian platform was replaced by WebOS, released last year starting with the Palm Pre. Microsoft announced Windows Phone 7 Series just last month, which replaces the extremely dated Windows Mobile 6 platform. With WebOS being so new and Windows Phone 7 Series not being available yet, the two companies are not expected to gain momentum back for some time. Google Android’s market share growth might be bad news for the competition, but the smartphone market continues to heat up, and that is a win for consumers as far as I am concerned.