When Apple launched the iPhone it was one of the largest phones of its type in the market. This gave it certain advantages that few spoke about...
Parental control just isn't what it used to be. Flaws in Apple software let's kids see the dreaded NSFW images that we spend most of our time trying to find.
ABI researcher Jeff Orr has predicted that ARM-based processors - and not X86 chips - will dominate the MID market by 2013.
Apple has reportedly kicked off negotiations with Microsoft to replace Google as the default search engine on its popular iPhone.
I see that there's speculation that Microsoft is to introduce two versions of Windows Mobile 7 - one for business and one for media.
Gartner has predicted that consumers will shell out a whopping $6.2 billion on mobile applications and games in 2010.
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The popular eBay auction website has deluged by a virtual tsunami of unwanted Google Nexus One phones.
A Taipei-based analyst has claimed that Apple's next-gen iPhone will feature a touch-sensitive casing along with a "more advanced" camera.
They say that after roses, roses there come thorns, thorns. And that's certainly been the case with Google's Nexus One experience.
Steve Jobs, sometimes called the Blessed Steve Jobs or Saint Jobs of Cupertino, has had the blessings of God bestowed upon all his works and trumps.
A number of Google Nexus One users have reported trouble connecting to T-Mobile's 3G network.
Ars Technica has an interesting take on the Google Nexus - Microsoft apparently thinks that offering a phone will dent the Android push.
Palm introduced 7 graphics-intensive games for its webOS mobile platform at CES 2010.
Research in Motion has introduced a gizmo for BlackBerry users that lets you bore an audience to death by displaying a PowerPoint presentation wirelessly.
The Google Nexus one drops into a very interesting window. By any measure it is as big a potential hit as the Palm Pre was at CES last but then the excitement pretty much died out for the Palm Pre and while it was likely the hottest phone Sprint had in 2009, we’re talking Sprint, so that didn’t mean much.
Google finally went public with the introduction of the Nexus phone, manufactured by Taiwanese handset maker HTC.
Engadget has published a preliminary review of the long-awaited Nexus One Google smartphone.
Well why not blame Steve Jobs?Operator O2 said that people in London England had their service disrupted because of a strain on the network caused by the iPhone and other smartphones.
O2 had an exclusive deal to sell iPhones in the United Kingdom until last month, but told the Financial Times that an 18 percent rise in data traffic since the beginning of this year had caused problems.