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posted in February 2011
It's been a week since Nokia announced its plans to adopt Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 as its primary smartphone platform. How has the industry reacted?
One of the whiz-bang features being proffered by smartphone and tablet makers is 3D video capture and 3D playback. Trust us, it doesn't live up to the hype.
The iPhone 4 became available from Verizon Wireless nearly four years after the device launched on AT&T. Did anyone buy it?
Opera Software said that it is working to bring a version of its browser to Apple's iPad.
HP announced two new smartphones -- the Pre3 and the Veer -- at its webOS event today in San Francisco. The Pre3 and Veer are two formidable devices, but they're not going to put a dent in Android and iOS's domination.
As Nokia prepares to make a major shift in its mobile strategy, European network operators have hinted that they really, really, don't want Nokia to go with Android.
Estimates place the number of iPhone 4s sold by Verizon Wireless during its short-lived pre-sale at more than half a million.
InformationWeek takes Google's new web-based Android Market for a whirl. How does it measure up?
Google today detailed Android 3.0 Honeycomb for tablet devices. While the platform has some nice feature, it is what Google didn't announce that's more important.
According to tech analyst firm ITG, 15% of consumers who've purchased the Samsung Galaxy Tab from a U.S. carrier have returned it.