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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in September 2011
Despite its distant fourth place position among smartphone platforms, Windows Phone contributes significantly to HTC's top line.
Software giant proposes patent for connecting a smartphone with a keyboard, game controller, extra battery, or even a second mobile handset with another screen.
Citing harm to itself and consumers, Verizon comes out in opposition to Apple's suit to ban Samsung devices in the U.S.
Google's mobile operating system was running on 56% of phones sold in the past three months, more than all other competitors combined, says a report from Nielson.
Microsoft's premier partner for Windows Phone will be among the first to push the mobile OS update out to its customers, according to an internal memo.
Microsoft says the mobile OS overhaul is coming within two weeks, but don't expect your carrier to update your phone anytime soon.
Would selling subscribers or spectrum reduce opposition from government and competitors? AT&T hopes so.
Seven attorneys general join Justice Department in opposing the acquisition.
Microsoft CEO works to convince financial analysts that the mobile platform has a bright future in spite of weak first year sales.
Service lets enterprises publish private apps and control which
apps its users can install.
Gmail comes in third in Nielsen's study of the 20 most used Android applications.
Will educating salespeople in mobile phone stores translate into increased Windows Phone sales? Microsoft thinks so.
Telecom company challenges DOJ lawsuit, says acquisition will produce better service and lower prices.
Viewsonic's license agreement includes Chrome, suggests that operating system may be up for its own legal challenges.
News flash: Someone may or may not have seen the iPhone 5 in a reflection of a picture of sushi. Isn't this getting crazy?
Now that the phone giant is putting all its eggs in the Windows Phone basket, it needs new strategies.
Intel claims it's temporarily halting development, but we all know what that means for the MeeGo mobile platform.
Microsoft synchronization software lets Mac OS X users sync with Windows Phone 7 devices. But I'd like Zune desktop software for the Mac.
Kik found that when it released a messaging app on Windows Phone 7, usage on Android and iOS shot up. How is that possible?