2009: iPhone! iPhone! iPhone!

The Brady-Bunch-mantra of "iPhone, iPhone, iPhone!" for 2009 is backed up by recent research from Nielsen which just issued a report on mobile usage for the year. See how Research In Motion and other Apple rivals fared for the year.

Apple's iPhone 3G is the most used mobile device in the U.S., according to new figures from Nielsen. The report covered U.S. users over the period of January through October of 2009.

Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) headed Nielsen's list of top 10 Web sites accessed by mobile devices.

The iPhone 3G lead the list of top 10 mobile phones in use with a 4 percent share, followed closely by Research in Motion's BlackBerry 8300 series with 3.7 percent of the market. RIM's (NASDAQ: RIMM) BlackBerry Storm 9530 also snared 1.4 percent of the market, while the 8100 series Perl snagged 1.2 percent.

LG actually nipped RIM's 6.3 percent total share, with four models -- the LG VX9100, Voyager, VX9700 (Dare) and LG Vu series -- that gave it a 6.4 percent


Read the full story at Datamation:
iPhone Tops in Mobile Usage

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Blackberry, iPhone, Apple, RIM, Nielsen

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