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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in December 2011
Microsoft has two updates planned for its mobile platform next year, and its application store has a lot of apps. Will it spur sales?
Longstanding rules that require you to turn off your iPads and Kindles during airplane takeoff and landing may have no basis in science.
In 2011, 93 different Android phones have been released across nine U.S. carriers. But there's a downside to this diversity.
Apple's App Store is the biggest, but it's the only one of seven app stores that didn't post double-digit growth in 2011.
After two years on the rise, Google declined in mobile ad impressions in November. Will the Kindle Fire reverse the recent trend?
Even BlackBerry owners don't want Research In Motion's tablet. When will RIM cut its losses and move on?
There potentially is more money to be made developing for Apple's iPhone, even though Android has more users.
It is no surprise that the younger generation is in love with smartphones, but all age groups are increasingly embracing the technology.
A smartphone may be smaller than a computer, and many are also tougher to update.
While many states have laws covering driver texting and mobile phone use, it's a patchwork of rules, with different levels of enforcement.
Will Andy Lees' move from president of the Windows Phone division improve the mobile platform's fortunes?
Microsoft's mobile business will get a big boost from HP's decision to open source webOS, says one analyst. Is his logic sound?
Platform loyalty only goes so far: Android and BlackBerry phone owners prefer Apple's tablet product.
Wireless companies will hold a joint event next week, but details remain sparse.
Usability guru Jakob Nielsen says Amazon's 7-inch tablet is too small for full-size websites, but mobile sites offer poor user experience.
There is little doubt BlackBerry devices will be in use, but the company is ripe for a buyout.
Google's operating system, Apple's iPhone gain from RIM's continual slide in mobile market share, reports ComScore.
U.S. Senate weighs in on the Carrier IQ phone-snooping issue.