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We've been talking a lot lately about the importance of the mobile trend. That's why we were fascinated by an article entitled "Are Smart Phones Spreading Faster than Any Technology in Human History?" that appeared in Technology Review. The continued strength of this trend is the big reason that David and John invested in Apple and Google within their 10-Bagger real-money portfolio. We also think that another of our recommendations, InvenSense, should do well too. So those are three great ways to play the mobile space.
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