The Register – PC giant Dell was set to enter the smartphone market this year, but appears to have decided against such a move. Industry analysts say that the nature of the wireless market, which depends on the vagaries of the wireless service provider landscape, is fundamentally different from the PC world, and that Dell's fabled efficiencies wouldn't give it a dominant position there. Read on for an instructive look at how service providers shape this market.
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