Intel has introduced its next-gen Moorestown Atom platform for smartphones and tablet devices.
Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha recently hinted that the company may be poised to enter the crowded tablet market space.
Kevin Lynch has confirmed that Adobe will launch its Flash Player (10.1) for Android smartphones in June.
Micron is currently sampling a monolithic 2-gigabit(Gb) low-power DDR2 (LPDDR2) memory device designed to facilitate improved battery life and optimized system performance for ARM-based smartphones.
Ford has introduced a Sync software upgrade that will allow drivers to safely access Android and Blackberry apps.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has confirmed that Flash 10.1 will be available on a number of mobile operating systems - including Google's Android - by the second half of 2010.
Often those of us who live with technology get excited about how much a new product can do and forget that most folks don’t want a Swiss Army Knife product nor do they want a Porsche, they want something simple and affordable that does the few things they want to do well.
Intel has targeted ARM's dominate position in the mobile marketplace by porting Google's Android OS to run on Atom-powered smartphones.
I was going through the coverage of the iPad and searching on terms like JesusPad and GodPad expecting to find at least some folks raving about the device only to find that most are rants.
Mobile data traffic originating from PC (USB) modems and routers is expected to increase from 2,000 petabytes of data to a staggering 8,000 in 2014.
Well, that's a bit embarassing: Google has had its trademark application for 'Nexus' rejected, as a small Oregon firm already owns it.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has found that at least four recently launched smartphones emit some of the "highest radiation" on the market.
Verizon has confirmed that Skype will arrive on a number of its 3G smartphones in March.
It isn't officially an update to Google's Nexus One, but HTC's new Desire handset looks awfully like it.
Adobe has confirmed that a beta version of Flash Player 10.1 has officially been made available to content providers and mobile developers - with general availability of the platform expected during the first half of 2010.