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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in November 2011
Carrier takes action to remedy users' reports of subpar smartphone speeds.
Microsoft apps like Office, Azure, and SharePoint may soon show up on iOS and Android devices.
More Facebook users are making use of the integration feature in Windows Phone 7, suggesting a small spike in new users for Microsoft's mobile platform.
Research in Motion has dropped the price of the base model of its tablet temporarily to $199 in what appears to be a last ditch effort to generate some enthusiasm.
As Thanksgiving approaches, who made the biggest wireless flops this past year?
Microsoft also has a fix for problems Mango causes with Exchange 2003, but many carriers don't seem eager to pass it along.
Mobile phone users keep downloading more data, and carriers respond by ending unlimited plans.
Third-quarter report shows Android holds 52.5% of the global smartphone OS market, more than all other platforms combined.
Three of the big four U.S. carriers have shown growth in the last year, but Verizon remains on top.
Macromedia's fear of losing a revenue stream appears to be a key reason the development platform for phones and tablets died.
Reports say new QNX-based Blackberry devices will support BES along with Exchange ActiveSync, preserving investment many companies have made in RIM infrastructure.
RIM's troubled platform suffers another blow as Google walks away from support for a key consumer app.
HP gathered its employees for a big meeting about webOS to say it still isn't sure what to do with the platform.
Lotus Glass from Corning is expected to supplement Gorilla Glass and may make one of its first appearances in the iPhone 5.
Once Outlook is connected to iCloud, iCloud begins moving things around in Outlook. This is annoying for individuals, but could be a real enterprise support headache.
High rates of Android hardware problems are costing carriers; platform fragmentation is considered the culprit.
HP has killed off all devices running Palm's former platform, but senior management claims there is still life in the platform.
Attorney Horacio Gutierrez, who heads up the intellectual property group at Microsoft, explains where the company is going when it comes to IP.