Apple's iOS market share surged past RIM, which dropped 4.2 percentage points of market share between February and May, according to comScore data. And RIM's slide can get worse.
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Enthusiasm for Google+ has gained momentum fairly quickly in the last week, and it would surely grow exponentially once the iOS mobile app version is approved for the iTunes App Store.
The launch of HP's TouchPad and the mixed reviews that followed has created an interesting face-off with Research in Motion's PlayBook to be a business tablet. Will consumerization or corporate control win?
Netflix will expand into 43 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean in an international expansion that could juice growth going forward.
How dominant can Google's Android operating system become? Dominant enough for almost an entire industry of rivals to play a $4.5 billion game of patent keep away. Now it's time to rev up the lawsuits.
Facebook definitively won over MySpace as the dominant social network, and it really could only take a powerhouse like Google to present a challenge at this point in time. Who will come out as the de facto choice for social networking?
Hackers have posted a document that allegedly has user names and passwords for an Apple server. The find, posted via the AntiSec hacking campaign, appears to be a warning that Apple "could be a target too."