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Android top mobile OS in U.S., but Apple iPhone is most popular phone

Google's Android operating system continued its dominance of the U.S. smart-phone market in June, but it was Apple and its ever popular iPhone that took the top spot among actual phones sold, according to new data from the Nielsen research group. The Android OS powered 39% of smartphones in the U.S. last month, while Apple’s iOS landed in second place with 28%, and Research In Motion's Blackberry phones fell 1% to a 20% share of the market in third place, Nielsen said.
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