Survey: Android Developers Unhappy
Some Android developers are frustrated with low application download volumes, poor marketplace design, and problems with Google Checkout.
AT&T, LG Intro 1 GHz Smartphone
The eXpo is the first major U.S. smartphone to feature a 1-GHz processor, an integrated mobile projector, and a fingerprint sensor.
Lenovo Buys Back Mobile Unit
The company will spend about $200 million to get its mobile phone unit back in order to focus on mobile Internet devices.
Black Friday FOR SMBs, Not Just BY SMBs?
Typically, Black Friday is a sales event where companies offer big discounts to consumers to spur sales the day after Thanksgiving. But in today's economy (ITE) companies are also pushing Black Friday to their SMB customers.
Verizon Nabs Omnia II Smartphone
Samsung's Omnia II is powered by Windows Mobile 6.5; it packs a large touchscreen, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, and corporate mail and calendar features.
Yes, Virginia -- There IS A Google Phone
So -- you stay in touch with Google Mail, edit Google Docs, and surf the Web with Google Chrome. You're curious about Google Voice and intrigued over Google Music. Is it just a matter of time before you're carrying a Google Phone?
Microsoft Expands App Store
Windows Marketplace for Mobile is available for handsets running Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.0, giving developers an audience of about 30 million devices.
Palm Updates WebOS
The 1.3.1 update fixes bugs and beefs up security, but doesn't restore the ability to sync with iTunes.
Qualcomm Shows Smartbook
The hybrid smartphone and netbook was revealed briefly by Qualcomm chief executive Paul Jacobs at an analysts meeting.
Increased Demand Drives Wi-Fi HotSpot Deployments
Traveling on business and need a quick and easy way to access your company network? Well, plenty of options -- more than 1 billion -- are now available, so it should be relatively simple for you to make the connection.
Motorola: LTE Will Catch Up With WiMax
Motorola says WiMax's early launch will give it a firm foothold in the 4G wireless race, but Long Term Evolution's more robust networks will help it catch up.
RIM Looks To Woo Developers
The BlackBerry maker is boosting its ecosystem in hopes of getting more apps to compete with the iPhone and Google Android.
Intel Unveils Reader For the Blind
The device, about the size of a paperback book, is designed for people who are blind, dyslexic, or have some other disability making it difficult for them to read.
Samsung Intros Mobile OS
The company's open source Bada smartphone operating system will compete with the likes of Symbian and the Google-backed Android.