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Smartphones outshine handheld computers

"AMSTERDAM, June 1 (Reuters) - Nokia has overtaken PalmOne as the world's top seller of mobile computers in the first quarter, as consumers chose smartphones over handheld computers to organise their lives, a survey showed on Tuesday. Finland's Nokia increased its market share to 28.2 percent, up from 21.5 percent in the first quarter of 2003, while U.S.-based PalmOne saw its share dwindle to 16.8 percent from 26 percent, British research group Canalys said."

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