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February 8, 2012
8 February 2012. Over the past 12 months, mobile access to the Internet nearly doubled to 8.5 percent, not counting tablets, according to data released this week by StatCounter, a Web analytics company.
The vast majority of Internet usage is still tied to desktop PCs, the data shows. Yet in the fast-growing mobile space, the name that dominates the PC world, Microsoft, is invisible. Nokia remains the leading mobile vendor worldwide, but the Web page-view numbers show a company in decline over the past year, as is Research in Motion, when compared to Apple. The growing mobile operating systems are iOS and Android.
In the US market, the dominance of iOS and Android is much more pronounced compared to all other rivals.