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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in December 2011
Here are five things we probably won't see take place in the mobile industry in 2012, along with a few that might.
BlackBerry 10 is delayed because the software isn't ready, an inside source says, not because the company is waiting for a new chipset as RIM CEOs claim. RIM reponds...
Apple, Google's next closest competitor, is activating a relatively paltry 189,000 iPhones each day.
The smartphone market is one of the most dynamic in the world. Here are the five biggest smartphone trends that took place during 2011.
From mergers to phones, wireless technologies, and mobile operating systems, 2011 was an explosive one for the mobile industry. Here are the five biggest stories of the year.
AT&T threw in the towel and said it won't fight the U.S. government any more over its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA.
With its new Xyboard 10.1 and 8.2 tablets, Motorola aims to hit the sweet spot between the needs of the professional and the needs of the consumer.
Research In Motion's stock was down as much as 10% Friday after the company reported dismal numbers for its most recent quarter.
Malware-infected Android owners offered chance to win a free Windows Phone 7; more than 3,200 entered.
Research In Motion has a tough year ahead of it. Here is what the company needs to do to turn itself around.
Denmark's largest bank predicts Nokia will sell its phone-making business to Microsoft during the first half of 2012.
First class and business class passengers on American Airlines flights will be able to use the Samsung Galaxy Tab for entertainment while in the air.
NTSB's controversial vote to ban drivers from using phones for any reason pits convenience against safety. Now it's up to individual states to pass and enforce any legal changes.
Contest will award free Windows Phone 7 smartphones to five Android owners with the worst malware horror stories.
As chatter about Apple's third tablet heats up, my wish list takes shape. What do you want to see in iPad 3?
HP sold the last of its TouchPad tablet stock through a firesale that nearly broke eBay. Was demand sparked by HP's open sourcing of webOS?
Google debuted digital reader Google Currents Thursday. My verdict: It's no Flipboard.
Samsung wins right to sell Galaxy Tab in Land Down Under, while Motorola wins an injunction against Apple in Germany.
Americans are only the fourth-most app-crazed Android users around the world, according to Google's app stats. See what else Google says about the Android Market.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt boasted of Android's wins against the iPhone during an interview this week. But Google can't just sit back and relax.
Research In Motion has taken a lot of lumps in recent weeks, including tablet losses, lowered sales guidance, drunken executives, and an embarrassing snafu over a product name.
Signs point to a Friday release and $299.99 price for Verizon's Samsung Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone.
Apple got to the major milestone faster, but Google is celebrating anyway with a 10-cent app promotion.
Verizon Wireless would be happier to sell Windows Phone devices if they had Long Term Evolution 4G.
Google "dogfoods" Android 4.0 on staffers' Samsung Nexus S phones to expand prerelease testing.
Verizon Wireless revealed that it will sell two new Motorola Android tablets with Long Term Evolution 4G for some extra sizzle.
That it's taken a full year to push Gingerbread to half of Androids doesn't bode well for people clamoring for Google's upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Research In Motion to write down massive $485 million charge after devaluing its large inventory of unsold PlayBook tablets. It also warned on BlackBerry sales and revenue.
Forget Kodak moments, think sanity. Here are five ways you can use your smartphone's camera to make your next business trip go more smoothly.