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The next-generation European mobile market is lagging well behind the U.S., according to the GSMA industry organization, which represents worldwide operators and handset manufacturers.
Research shows iPhone owners spend 55 percent more time on their iPhone than Android users, but they have some similar usage habits.
Software now in the works will use real-time knowledge about network conditions to make lightning-fast decisions about the best system for each user to be on at a given moment.
Some users may be salivating over the possibility that Apple will make iOS more open, but there are potential negative consequences as well.
One analyst claims that PC buyers are simply waiting around for a better PC experience - AKA Windows Blue - before they invest in a new Windows 8 PC.
Even at CTIA, a trade show focused on core mobile networking hardware and software, you can find products that further the unwiring of work.
The tepid response to the news that BBM will be available for iOS and Android should be a wake up call for Microsoft and its strategy for Microsoft Office.
Chrome is about to support in-app payments for Chrome Packaged Apps thanks to the newly embeddable Chrome Wallet app. The process is currently only open to developers.
Can the brand behind ThinkPad crack the Apple/Samsung duopoly?
Salesforce.com is hoping to set the standard for how government bodies deliver online services to citizens using mobile devices.
Smart move, Microsoft. Microsoft's latest ad ties its Surface tablet to Office, doubling down on the business market.
Similar in many ways to Dell's 'Project Ophelia' PC, this new device targets businesses with full-fledged manageability.
Mobile operators collect huge amounts of data about how their subscribers use mobile data, and that information is starting to go on sale as targeted intelligence that enterprises can use to better reach consumers.