- When you consider, from a marketshare standpoint, the advantage a free OS and fragmentation to the point of saturation/dilution (double-edged sword) give Samsung and Google (GOOG), it's difficult to conclude anything but Apple (AAPL) continues to crush both companies in the smartphone race.
- And the notion that Apple -- or anybody else for that matter -- was going to crush Pandora (P) has been proven absolutely 100% false.
Those numbers (and these numbers) simply speak for themselves. That and the blood on the street from people who were short Pandora at $8 and continue, for some mindless reason, to wax bearish absent anything resembling real work or insight into the company. Learn a lesson. And don't get on the wrong side of a well-managed company. That holds true for AAPL in 2014 as it gets set to power to $1,000. By the same arcade token, don't fall for any hype around a horribly-managed company such as Microsoft (MSFT) that can't even sniff an eek's worth of mobile marketshare. Follow @rocco_thestreet --Written by Rocco Pendola in Santa Monica, Calif.
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