At least in terms of market share. Which smart phones are people buying now? Neilsen's recent study suggests it's all about the Droid.
Over 2010, Nielsen charted a 27 percent market share average for Apple's iPhone, while RIM's BlackBerry fell hard from a high of 39 percent--and Android licensees collectively rose from a starting point in the single digits--to almost alongside Apple with equal 2
As we get more technically advanced, we tend to also get a little stupider. See spell check didn't catch that grammatical error! There may be one day flying cars, but no one will be able to tie their shoes. If there are shoe laces by then.