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Greedy Frog HD

Hot of the heels of the successful Iphone versionIts Greedy Frog HDGreedy Frog is a fun addictive simple game!! for kids and adults...

August 5, 2011 By ShineyGames

Samsung's U.S. Galaxy S III launch: Victim of its own success?

Samsung's success in the U.S. is both a blessing and a curse. It dominates the U.S. smartphone market, even outshining Apple's iPhone. But delays, sales injunctions, and supply chain issues are hampering Samsung's latest efforts to crank out its Galaxy S III smartphone to the market.

June 27, 2012

Samsung tops world smartphone table, says iSuppli

In 2011, Samsung became the world's largest manufacturer of smartphones, when it overtook both Apple and Nokia, according to US-based research company HIS iSuppli. However, the success of Apple's iPhone 4S enabled Apple to outsell Samsung in the year's final quarter.

January 27, 2012 by

Samsung seeks Aussie iPhone 4S ban

Apple's local success with the iPhone 4S may be short lived, with Samsung today filing a motion for an injunction in the Federal Court of New South Wales to block the device, as well as the previous model, the iPhone 4, and the iPad 2.

October 16, 2011 by

P2P production transforming business

From Android outselling Apple's iPhone to the success of Linux and Wikipedia, all are examples of peer-to-peer (P2P) production. According to Belgian theorist Michel Bauwens these new internet-enabled models will transform society, leading to what he calls a P2P political economy.

May 8, 2011

Why are YOU still using a BlackBerry?

While RIM tried to copy emulate the Apple success formula by announcing secretive press conference, and then using said conference to announce the new Touch 9800, it's clear that RIM's new baby was no iPhone killer. But it doesn't matter, because BlackBerrys are still very popular ... but why are they so popular?

August 5, 2010 by

Apple thumbing nose at Nokia? Nokia sues them over wireless patents

You can't argue with the success of the Apple iPhone, especially here in the US. However, Nokia believes that Apple infringes on their patents for GSM, UMTS, and WLAN standards so it is suing Apple in a Delaware court. There are ten patents called out in the suit that cover wireless data, speech coding, security and encryption and are infringed by all Apple iPhone models shipped since the iPhone was introduced in 2007. The details of the patents were not in the press release, but I have to wonder why the iPhone is different than all the other smartphones using these same wireless technologies and maybe it has to do with the way they all work together or something.

October 22, 2009 by

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