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    Quote Originally Posted by GodShapedHole View Post
    You mean the marketshare data taken from website stats that don't show any webOS devices at all?

    There's a very nice thread where a webmaster could see one hit from an iPad in his stats but couldn't see any of his own webOS devices.

    If you only count brunettes, you won't find a single blonde in America.

    <edit> I'm not insinuating that webOS is Android's equal in terms of marketshare. But it does have a marketshare beyond the 0% that website stats would make you believe it has.
    Hyperbole aside, there have been several scientific polls of smartphone demographics and one of their consistent themes is Palm in general, and webOS devices in specific, are insignificant players in the industry - often lumped together in the "other" category with the rest of the minor players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kupe View Post
    Hyperbole aside, there have been several scientific polls of smartphone demographics and one of their consistent themes is Palm in general, and webOS devices in specific, are insignificant players in the industry - often lumped together in the "other" category with the rest of the minor players.
    Truth.
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