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Top 10 Mobile Stories Of 2010

As the workforce became increasingly mobile, developers hustled to ensure their phones, tablets, and notebooks were the products of choice for these increasingly dispersed employees. The smartphone wars heated up, as Apple, Google, Research In Motion, Nokia, and Microsoft battled for dominance. In addition to facing-off over hardware features and capabilities, many phone operating system developers competed over retail outlets and handset manufacturers. They also lured developers to build applic
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When it premiered at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2010, Google expected a lot of its HTC-built Nexus One smartphone. Yet so many details of the phone were leaked, that even the company's public relations team described the event as anti-climactic -- perhaps a pre-cursor to the phone's biography. Consumers soon complained their connections were dropped from 3G to carrier T-Mobile's slower 2G Edge network -- and pointed their fingers at Google, HTC, and T-Mobile. Google's new Nexus One is generating a steady flow of complaints from users who are griping that their connections are dropping from 3G to T-Mobile's slower 2G Edge network

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