Who Are the Latest Winners and Losers in the Smartphone Market?

The mobile revolution continues to gain speed. A new survey from Pew Internet Research arrived on June 5, and it revealed that the majority of the U.S. population owns a smartphone. But while some companies are tapping into this trend, others are starting to lose their footing, even as the number of total users gets bigger.

Who's the latest winner in the battle of the smartphones? Has Apple's iOS smote Google Android? Are sales of Nokia's Lumia and its Microsoft  Windows Phone OS waning in comparison to BlackBerry ? And does being a loser in the smartphone market necessarily make a company a bad investment? Motley Fool contributor Caroline Bennett has answers to these questions and more in the video below.

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