Apple today sent out invitations for a September 12 event in which it's expected to unveil the next-generation iPhone. Among mobile phone manufacturers, Apple enjoyed the biggest gain in market share, winning almost 2 points to give it 16.3 percent of the market, ComScore noted. But the iPhone maker remained in third place behind Samsung and LG, which grabbed 25.6 percent and 18.4 percent of the market, respectively. That left Motorola with 11.2 percent and HTC with 6.4 percent. Walkley's checks of the retail market found declining demand for handsets from HTC as well as Nokia and RIM.
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But more troubling is the fact that the author of the review thought so little of his readers' privacy that he looked up and published their e-mail and IP addresses to satisfy his own curiosity and need for vindication. Who was more wrong?. Updated at 1:25 p.m. PT December 21 with Microsoft comment. [Via The Guardian]. Author who called the Lumia 800 a "noPhone" looks up IP addresses associated with disparaging comments posted to the review. Microsoft and Nokia have been linked to the posting of astroturfing comments on a negative Nokia Lumia review.
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