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Heck Yes, Microsoft Absolutely Should Make Its Own Phone (MSFT, NOK)

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Microsoft's attempts to crack the mobile market have thus far failed. The latest comScore data shows it is still losing marketshare in the U.S., even with critically acclaimed phones from Nokia. It's in fourth place, behind Research In Motion, and far behind Apple and Android who are running away with...
Heck Yes, Microsoft Absolutely Should Make Its Own Phone (MSFT, NOK)

9 Sites for diving head-first into HTML5

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So much has been said about HTML5 and the new innovations that surround it. For a lot of people, it signals an end to Flash and a time where all browsers will finally follow Web standards (I’m talking IE). For others, it’s a new tool to play with that empowers...
9 Sites for diving head-first into HTML5

ComScore: iPhone barely edges Android’s growth in U.S.

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Between February and May this year, Apple’s iPhone saw a sliver of growth in smartphone market share in the U.S., where it accounts for a little over 30 percent of all smartphone subscriptions. Meanwhile Android saw smaller growth, but is still the most prevalent OS on smartphones, with a...
ComScore: iPhone barely edges Android’s growth in U.S.

Report: Apple reaches 70 percent of tablet market share

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Research firm IHS iSuppli has released a report on marketshare in tablets by volume shipped that shows Apple up significantly once again in the tablet market, reaching 70 percent share in Q2 -- the highest level in more than a year. Shipping volumes do not necessarily have a direct correlation...
Report: Apple reaches 70 percent of tablet market share

6 Ways To Make Freemium Work For B2B Products

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Guest author Anthony Smith is CEO of Insightly. You may have read a lot of articles last year about why the so-called "freemium" model doesn't work for most consumer-oriented companies. And it's true; offering a base-level product for free to gain visibility and marketshare and then converting a subset of...
6 Ways To Make Freemium Work For B2B Products

Netflix took top spot from Apple in U.S. online movie revenue last year

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Looking at data just released by IHS iSuppli, Netflix was able to take the top spot from Apple for online movie marketshare during 2011. With Apple experiencing a huge decline from 60.8 percent of the market the year before, to 32.3 percent during 2011, Netflix came out on top for...
Netflix took top spot from Apple in U.S. online movie revenue last year

IDC: Android claims 75 percent of smartphone shipments in Q3, 136 million handsets sold

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Android devices already counted for a lion's share of phones shipped during Q2, and now fresh IDC figures show Google's OS claiming the top spot with a hefty 75 percent marketshare in the third quarter. In total, 136 million Android handsets were shipped during the time frame, a new...
IDC: Android claims 75 percent of smartphone shipments in Q3, 136 million handsets sold

Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

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Following the collapse of its proposed deal to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T, it seems Deutsche Telekom could sell off its UK interests. According to a report from Bloomberg Business Week, the company is considering the sale of its stake in UK firm Everything Everywhere, which it jointly owns with...
Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake
Report: Android and iOS capture record 92 percent of global smartphone market in Q4 2012

Samsung And DoCoMo Reportedly Team Up To Offer Tizen Smartphones In 2013

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Samsung and Docomo, Japan’s largest mobile communication company, are joining forces to develop Tizen, an open source OS that supporters hope will cut into the 90% marketshare held by Google and Apple. The smartphones may be on the market by next year, reports the Yomiuri Shimbun. DoCoMo is the only...
Samsung And DoCoMo Reportedly Team Up To Offer Tizen Smartphones In 2013

Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

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Following the collapse of its proposed deal to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T, it seems Deutsche Telekom could sell off its UK interests. According to a report from Bloomberg Business Week, the company is considering the sale of its stake in UK firm Everything Everywhere, which it jointly owns with...
Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

The Reality Of The Global Messaging Market: It's Really Freaking Fragmented

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It would be easy to assume that Facebook or Apple’s iMessage are in a natural position to reach global dominance in smartphone messaging. But the reality is that the landscape looks very different and is very fragmented — at least for now. There are plenty of apps, WhatsApp included,...
The Reality Of The Global Messaging Market: It's Really Freaking Fragmented

Samsung ups the pressure on RIM as it launches its SAFE system for enterprises in Europe

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Not content with record profits and smartphone marketshare, Samsung is continuing its efforts to rival RIM for a share of the corporate world after it brought its SAFE (Samsung for Enterprise) system to Europe, which it explains is the first step of its  global rollout. RIM’s BlackBerry devices have long...
Samsung ups the pressure on RIM as it launches its SAFE system for enterprises in Europe
HTC announces rough Q2 2012 financial earnings, expects lower results for Q3

Not quite: Google will sell 10M Android tablets in 2011, says Andy Rubin in 2010

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The ongoing Oracle v. Google trial is churning up some doozies regarding the history of Android, and this latest one is almost unbelievable: Google projected to sell roughly 10 million Android tablets a year for 2011 and 2012 while seizing a third of the marketshare. A presentation by former...
Not quite: Google will sell 10M Android tablets in 2011, says Andy Rubin in 2010

The DOJ’s half-baked explanation of Apple’s role in the e-book case (Analysis)

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The Justice Department is pouncing on statements by Apple like “aikido move” and “trounce Amazon” to prove its case that Apple was the hub of a illegal conspiracy to fix the price of e-books. While the statements sounds serious, the government’s overall explanation of Apple’s role in the conspiracy is...
The DOJ’s half-baked explanation of Apple’s role in the e-book case (Analysis)
Internet Explorer still growing as Windows 7 starts its decline
Asus rep confirms 7-inch Nexus tablet coming by the end of June

BlackBerry 10 Security Certified For U.S. Government Use Ahead Of Launch -- But Still No BB10 Devices Til Q1 2013

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BlackBerry users may not be able to download the latest Angry Birds incarnation, but at least they can look forward to being able to use forthcoming BlackBerry 10 devices in government agencies and regulated industries in the U.S. and Canada. RIM has announced its as yet unreleased next gen OS,...
BlackBerry 10 Security Certified For U.S. Government Use Ahead Of Launch -- But Still No BB10 Devices Til Q1 2013

Apple grows share of Chinese tablet market during Q2

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Apple continued to cement its position as the dominant tablet vendor in China during the second quarter, according to new data from Analysys International. The 2.34 million iPads sold in the region gave Apple a 72.66 percent marketshare; units were up 7.8 percent quarter-to-quarter, and 63.4 percent year-over-year. Notably Apple...
Apple grows share of Chinese tablet market during Q2

ZTE Aims For Apple, Samsung With Lofty 2012 Smartphone Sales Goal

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ZTE isn’t a name we hear a lot over in the States, but the company plans to change all that. But head of mobile strategy Ryu Chienhao claims that ZTE plans on selling 35 million smartphones this year, with hopes to become the number 3 smartphone and mobile phone vendor...
ZTE Aims For Apple, Samsung With Lofty 2012 Smartphone Sales Goal
NBC recruits Google and ComScore to measure viewership for 2012 Olympics
Samsung Galaxy S4 review

Report: Fujitsu To Launch Handsets In Europe. U.S. Next?

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Fujitsu once said that it didn’t have any plans to launch mobile handsets outside of Asia, but that strategy appears to be changing rapidly. Today comes a report that the Japanese handset maker — which makes both Android and Windows Phone-based devices — is planning to start selling its devices...
Report: Fujitsu To Launch Handsets In Europe. U.S. Next?

Samsung says iTV can’t compete because TV is about picture quality

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With Apple and Samsung caught up in ongoing patent disputes worldwide for various smartphone and tablet devices, the proposition of an Apple-branded HDTV would have Samsung once again defending its marketshare from Apple. This time in the living room- a market Samsung largely dominates. However, if you ask Samsung’s AV...
Samsung says iTV can’t compete because TV is about picture quality
If ISPs Want to Take on Gaming Consoles, They Might Want to Fix Their Existing Products First

Here's One Reason Microsoft Thinks It's Failing To Sell Smartphones (MSFT)

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Microsoft latest attempt to make a dent in the smartphone market is Windows Phone 8. Windows Phone 8 is an update to its mobile operating system, which has failed to grab marketshare for Microsoft. In fact, since Microsoft rebooted its mobile software, it's lost marketshare in the U.S. according to...
Here's One Reason Microsoft Thinks It's Failing To Sell Smartphones (MSFT)

Strategy Analytics: Apple Ousts Samsung As No.1 Mobile Maker In U.S. In Q4 2012 -- Taking Record 34% Marketshare

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Apple took the title of largest mobile maker by volume in the U.S. in Q4 2012, according to Strategy Analytics, which said Cupertino rose to the top of the U.S. phone maker charts for the first time ever — taking a record 34 per cent marketshare, and shipping an estimated...
Strategy Analytics: Apple Ousts Samsung As No.1 Mobile Maker In U.S. In Q4 2012 -- Taking Record 34% Marketshare
Big Tech: If Surface Tablets Fail to Post Monster Sales, MSFT May Not Care
PC shipments to fall in 2012, is it soon to be the year of the tablet?
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