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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in April 2011
For a while, it seemed cellphone makers' goal was to build the smallest usable device, but smartphones with touchscreens have reversed that trend--though thin is still in.
The Motorola Citrus or the LG Optimus may appeal to you because of the low price, but there are questions you should ask.
With Android and iOS leading the market in applications, Microsoft and RIM are seeing comparatively tepid interest in third party development for their mobile platforms.
Corporate IT managers often find themselves at odds with employees over allowing access to company data with personal devices. There are ways though to benefit both parties.
Android may be the leading smartphone platform, but Apple's iOS is still clinging to a lead in the enterprise, according to Good Technology.
Often those that elect to go with a prepaid cellular plan have to put up with second-class phones in order to keep costs down -- no longer.
The nation's second largest carrier and "Premier Partner" for Windows Phone is finally releasing the NoDo update.
RIM Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis got defensive with the media, Microsoft showed off IE9 for Windows Phone, and Adobe's Flash has found its way to Google's Android Honeycomb.
Google's Android platform has shown astonishing growth at the expense of RIM, HP, and Microsoft's mobile platforms, but is it game over?
The wireless carrier has slashed its pricing to the equivalent of $500 per gigabyte. How can you pass a deal like that up?
Research In Motion was once the darling of Wall Street, but now the BlackBerry maker is struggling to maintain market share.
Skipping steps in the popular copy and paste upgrade, may affect futures updates.
Gartner has joined IDC in predicting that Microsoft's mobile platform will take over the number two spot in 2015, just behind Google's Android.
Microsoft's next desktop platform, Windows 8, is expected to take some interface cues from Windows Phone 7. Will something that works well on a tiny screen scale up to a larger monitor?
Google's Android platform has gone from nothing three years ago to the number one platform today for smartphones, but it isn't without its faults. Its growth has been explosive partially because phone manufacturers have unprecedented control over a third party platform. That is also causing a fragmentation problem and Google wants to solve the issue.
If your job involves being in federal courthouses, there could be changes that affect whether or not you will be able to keep your phone on you.
People started getting the NoDo update for Windows Phone 7 this week. This is the biggie people have been waiting on as it adds copy and paste plus other features. It isn't hitting everyone at once though. It will take days, weeks or longer to make it to everyone's phone.