By Adam Z. Lein | March 14, 2008 11:34 AM
An unscientific survey of CNET’s News.com readers shows that Windows Mobile is the smartphone operating system of choice. Granted the survey took place in a pretty narrow demographic.
It’s interesting to note that half of the respondents with Windows Mobile devices complained about the operating system, but since over 40% of respondents were using Windows Mobile, that still shows that over 20% of the entire surveyed market were happy with the mobile operating system. That 20% is still larger than the number of 2nd place RIM Blackberry users.