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July 23, 2010 by

Microsoft licenses ARM architecture

ARM has announced that Microsoft has “signed a new licensing agreement for the ARM architecture” which is widely used in mobile phones and other portable devices. These include Microsoft’s Zune media player and smartphones running Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7.

April 13, 2009 by

Seven big tech acquisitions to watch for in 2009

With many of the big tech companies hording piles of cash and many unstable companies licking their wounds from the recession, the tech industry is ripe for consolidation. See which potential acquisitions would make the most sense.

December 15, 2008 by

Can the Palm brand bring developers and carriers to support the Nova OS?

I just posted some initial thoughts on the speculation surrounding Palm's CES 2009 announcement and then found a great post by Steve O'Hear over on his last100.com site that I recommend you check out. Steve brought out a couple of issues I was thinking about late last night and did not include in my initial post, namely the Palm brand, developer and carrier issues. Steve is pulling for Palm to make a comeback and as a long time fan of Palm (even though they keep disappointing me) I am too.

October 3, 2008 by

HP to jump into smartphones. Why?

Hewlett Packard is jumping deeper into the crowded smartphone market, announcing plans for an iPaq smartphone that will be marketed toward consumers to be released first in Europe before the end of the year and later worldwide, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.In some respects, it's a natural extension for HP.

September 29, 2008 by

A walk down memory lane and over 80 mobile devices

I was working on some reviews this weekend and took a look at all of the devices in my current collection and started reflecting back on my mobile device history. Mickey recently asked me about my PDA/phone history on TCPJ Unlocked Show #004 and I thought a few of you may be interested in seeing what devices I have owned over the years. The list I put together shows 84 mobile devices (PDAs and phones) and I think I was able to recall all of them.

February 12, 2008 by

Is 2008 the year of the BlackBerry-killer?

In 2005, Canadian wireless company Research in Motion (RIM) came from relative obscurity to steal a global lead in e-mail equipped mobile devices with its BlackBerry. Could 2008 be the year that BlackBerry falls off its perch?

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