Windows Phone 7 may not fail as utterly as the hipster-oriented Kin. But the overhyped smartphone platform is doomed nonetheless.
By 2014, the worldwide mobile operating system (OS) market is likely to be dominated by Symbian and Android - with the two OSs accounting for approximately 59.8 percent of mobile sales.
Smartphones running iOS (Apple), Android (Google) and BlackBerry (RIM) are helping to jumpstart the relatively nascent automotive infotaintment industry.
Apple - which recently relaxed its draconian iOS restrictions - is poised to re-approve a banned Google Voice-enabled app. But does the latest decision indicate a true change of attitude towards developers and a sudden affinity for openness?
Apps will outsell music downloads at the iTunes store by two to one by the end of the year, according to Finnish analyst Asymco.
Android is currently the fastest growing operating system in the mobile sphere. But can Google’s popular OS maintain its accelerated momentum and fend off challenges from iOS and Symbian?
Google's Android army is marching bravely forward, while Apple's iOS continues to rapidly lose market share.
Skyfire has submitted an iOS version of its popular mobile browser to Apple's App Store. The browser - which exploits Cloud-based technology - is designed to bypass Club Cupertino's rather heavy-handed mobile Flash ban.
Palm has finally released a beta version of its webOS 2.0 SDK. The latest iteration of the operating system boasts some really sweet features, so come on in and check them out!
Apple's formidable mobile lineup is powered by ARM-based processors. But could the company be preparing to expand its use of the low-power chips in other devices?
Android continued its triumphant march forward during the second quarter of 2010, overtaking Apple's iOS to become the third-most-popular operating system in the world.
OpenFeint shifted Android-based gaming into overdrive today with its long-awaited announcement to fully support Google's popular mobile OS.
Is Apple's heavy-handed Flash ban and insistence on maintaining a notoriously closed ecosystem helping to accelerate Android adoption?
Online tracking firm Quantacast confirms that Google's Android continues to rapidly gain mobile operating system market share at Apple's expense.
A number of prominent analysts have predicted that Apple's new iPhone 4 will take the mobile market by storm.