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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in July 2011
The latest version of Google's application store for smartphones gets a new look and allows users to buy e-books and rent movies.
Just how high are return rates for the platform? One source stirs the pot.
A preliminary ruling in favor of Apple has HTC--and its U.S. Android phone business--in a precarious position.
Some phone manufactures are having second thoughts about using the open source Android platform, given aggressive legal actions by Microsoft and Apple.
Microsoft's big update to its mobile phone platform is released to manufacturers. Will Nokia deal bear fruit?
Now that Apple has HTC on the ropes for patent violations in Android, Google has stated it will not let HTC lose this case.
Members of Congress blast the proposed deal as anti-competitive, but Verizon COO thinks it'll go through anyway, with restrictions.
Consumers expect mobile browsers to display as quickly as PC browsers, says Compuware survey. That's simply not realistic.
Android drops, iOS rises, and BlackBerry barely appears on the radar in ChangeWave survey of mobile phone buyers.
Long Term Evolution networks were supposed to help U.S. cellular phone users gain more freedom to swap between carriers.
Second-quarter earnings reports are expected to reflect big changes in the handset market, with Nokia and LG declining and Android phone makers on the rise, say analysts.
Research in Motion is being challenged by more modern smartphone platforms, and now the embattled company faces a new threat: developers are moving on to greener pastures
Windows Phone 7 app gives IT staffs real-time access to the health of enterprise IT systems.
Don’t tell IT: Smartphone users download more games than productivity applications.
A pending agreement with Samsung could net Microsoft about as much per Android handset shipped as it gets for a Windows Phone device.
One watcher of vanishing brands predicts that two mobile names--Nokia and Sony Ericsson--will depart by the end of next year.
Smartphone security suite helps protect data, find lost devices, and keep viruses from infecting Android phones. But it may cost you some speed.