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Apple tops smartphone market, but Samsung, Motorola gain
While Apple has continued to crush the US smartphone market, Samsung and Motorola also have seen some gains.New data from ComScore analyzing the smartphone market in August through October shows that Apple nabbed 40.6 percent of the market share, up 0.2 percent from July. However, Samsung and Motorola also saw market share boosts. Samsung’s share went up 1.3 percent to 25.4 percent, and Motorola nailed the third spot by rising 0.1 percent to 7 percent share. Dragging behind were HTC and LG, respectively. Both of these phone makers lost market share during the three-month period. Looking at operating systems, Google’s Android topped the list with 52.2 percent of the platform market share. And Apple took second place with 40.6 percent, which is up 0.2 percent from July. BlackBerry still maintained its third spot with 3.6 percent, and Microsoft and Symbian came in last with 3.2 percent and 0.2 percent, respectively.In all, nearly 150 million people in the US now own smartphones, which equals 62.5 percent of the mobile market share. These numbers show steady growth in smartphone ownership. In July, smartphone penetration was at 58.4 percent.ComScore Apple touts ‘iPad ready’ sites
The sites of the following organizations are listed as iPad-ready thus far: CNN, Reuters, The New York Times, Vimeo, Time, Major League Baseball, The White House, Virgin America, Sports Illustrated, Flickr, People, and TED. You can expect that list to grow quickly, as at the bottom of the page, Apple has included a “Submit your site” link.From the looks of it, adherence to several things is shared among the sites listed: HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Apple is clearly touting those open Web standards over the technologies of companies such as Adobe Systems, whose Flash technology has not yet been made compatible with Apple’s mobile devices.Various site features at Apple’s own MobileMe service have also been updated for the iPad. The “Find my iPad” and “Remote wipe” features for managing lost iPads has been implemented, and there is no doubt that with Apple’s iWork productivity suite in the iPad, we will see additional support features make their way to the service.Questions? Comments? Post them below or e-mail us!Be sure to check us out on Twitter and the CNET Mac forums.

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