iPhone KO's BlackBerry

RIM-SHOT TAKE OF THE DAY:Apple's success comes as it rides the proliferation of smartphones that are reshaping the technology landscape. But unlike some other players, Apple is also driving the changes with products it is able to convince consumers and businesses to buy despite a sluggish economy. In particular, Apple's gains have come at the expense of onetime giants, starting with Research in Motion. The quarter's results also suggest that Apple is on its way to doing what the 36-year-old company has yet to do: build a product that has strong and steady demand worldwide. Macs and to some degree iPods haven't taken off around the world the way that its iPhone is proving it can.” —Jessica E. Vascellaro and Ian Sherr in the Wall Street Journal. (4/25a)

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