Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

I realize I'm a little biased in the world of smartphones. In the interest of full disclosure, I am a proud iPhone user. I love the apps, the ease of use, the large screen and the "bells and whistles." In real estate, having a smartphone is not just an option but a necessity. Everyone wants a response right now, not later today. So the question remains, can the iPhone still hold its lead in 2010 as the top smartphone in the United States? According to Nielsen … According to Nielsen ratings, the iPhone is still the most popular smartphone, followed by the BlackBerry 8300 series, but despite all the new smartphones flooding the market, Motorola's trusty Razr (yep, the RAZR!) flip-phone was the third most-popular phone of the year. What about Android? ComScore.com, a re...