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January 20, 2011 by

Avoiding an iPad-induced panic

Everyone seems to think that Microsoft must rush to release a credible competitor to Apple's iPad. I beg to differ. Getting it right is more important than getting it tomorrow.

October 6, 2010 by

Motorola sues Apple over patent infringement

Is there anyone in the wireless handset business NOT suing each other? Motorola has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission against Apple alleging that the iPhone, iPad, iTouch and some Macs infringe on patents.

May 2, 2010 by

Microsoft fires back at critics of its HTML5 strategy

Last week, both Apple and Microsoft issued manifestos announcing their support for the H.264 standard in HTML5. Microsoft's post drew an overwhelming response, and now the company's executive in charge of IE8 has fired back. Why H.264? Are other codecs locked out? And who is this mysterious MPEG LA organization? I've got the answers.

August 9, 2008 by

Is T-Mobile USA prepping a mobile phone application store similar to the iPhone App store?

I have been a T-Mobile USA customer for over six years now and have four mobile phones and my T-Mobile @Home Talk Forever phone as my fifth family plan line. I read on the Washington Post that T-Mobile is apparently planning to launch a mobile phone application store similar in functionality to the Apple iPhone App store. This plan may be just what they need to actually do something ahead of other wireless carriers since they lag behind in wireless 3G data and number/variety of available high end smartphones. They do however have good coverage (I have never had a dropped call), the Sidekick, great customer service, and unique offerings with the @Home services.

June 24, 2008 by

Nokia Symbian deal winners and losers

After an expansion phase that saw the introduction of the iPhone, Android, LiMo, and JavaFX Mobile, the mobile phone platform landscape is shrinking again. Nokia today announced it plans to spend $410 million to acquire the pieces of Symbian Ltd.

May 1, 2008 by

Adobe opens up Flash, ditches licensing fees

Adobe is aiming for greater use of its Flash Player multimedia Web software within mobile and other non-PC devices by launching its Open Screen Project — an industry alliance it hopes will garner the support of large vendors in the embedded multimedia space.


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