Mobile analytics firm comScore has released the latest quarterly numbers for smartphones, and there are some telling changes that reflect the mobile space. Android keeps growing while others remain flat.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long. Prior to joining ZDNet, James was the Founding Editor of jkOnTheRun, a CNET Top 100 Tech Blog that was acquired by GigaOM in 2008 and is now part of that prestigious tech network. James' writing has appeared in many print publications: Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine, Information Week and Laptop Magazine to name a few. James' coverage of the mobile technology sector has regularly appeared in the New York Times, Salon.com and CNN/ Fortune online. Not just a writer, James has filmed numerous video reviews and how-tos that have garnered well over a million viewers. He has appeared on local news segments and been interviewed by the Associated Press on mobile technology topics. Additionally, James has been podcasting about mobile technology for years.
The Droid Incredible 2 by HTC lacks Verizon 4G connectivity, but is a solid refresh to the popular Droid Incredible on the Verizon network. It delivers a big bang for the buck to appeal to consumers.
HP has removed the wireless carrier for users of its EliteBook business laptops with the launch May 9 of its DataPass service. Data can be bought in blocks on the fly with DataPass.
This week was a big one in the smartphone and tablet spaces, with big news about all of the major platforms. Here's a breakdown by platform of the major news of the past week.
Jason Perlow of Tech Broiler told his wife to throw his new iPad 2, nestled in the new G-Form Extreme sleeve, onto his patio. Kids, don't try this at home.
I read one to three ebooks a week, as I have for over a decade. I started with the pioneering Peanut Press, and have continued through the Kindle technology I use today. I haven't read more than a handful of novels in paper form in a decade, and those were gifts.
This is a peek into a technology writer’s home office, aka Mobile News Manor, discussing gadgets, apps, best practices using same, and ebooks. This week I found Taptu, a great Android feed reader.
Noah Kravitz of TechnoBuffalo and James Kendrick of ZDNet present Good to Go: a weekly video show covering the hot topics of the day. On today’s show the giant Infuse 4G and iOS made the chat.
A Nielsen survey surprisingly reports that usage of smartphones in the household has gone up since picking up a tablet. If tablet owners are using the phone more, will that continue when it's time to upgrade the tablet?
The pipe dream of OTA updates may be coming for iOS 5 and beyond, but is cutting the cord really worth it? If Apple gives up approval for updates to partners the entire process will change, and not for the better.
The BlackBerry folks proudly announced the Video Chat app for its PlayBook tablet this week. Today I got a chance to put the video calling to the test, and am duly impressed with how good it is.
Tablet makers are racing to get products to market, but they are missing a key point to get consumers to buy them. Consumers simply must "get it" when exposed to a given tablet.
The Droid Charge is an outstanding phone on the Verizon LTE network, with superb battery life. This may very well be my next smartphone.
There aren't many app for the BlackBerry tablet, but there are a few that are pretty darn good. Here are my picks for the top 5 apps currently available for the BlackBerry Playbook.
RIM has outed the new BlackBerry OS 7, that will drive two new phones announced today, both updates to the popular BlackBerry Bold. On the tablet front RIM has announced an official Facebook app and a new video chat application.