Android's success doesn't rest with one device. Some hardware partner will cook up something to entice the masses and swarm Apple.
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The "Osborne Effect" refers to the unintended consequences of announcing a future product ahead of its availability. RIM's BlackBerry 10 chatter has killed BlackBerry 7 sales.
Nokia's Lumia 900 launch is respectable, but can the company move enough units to turn the company around.
The beleaguered smartphone maker has a lot riding on Mobile Fusion, which is RIM's entry to the bring your own device movement.
The new plan for RIM revolves around focusing on what it does best for mobile device management software---asset management, configuration, security policies, group administration and centralized management.
Lane Merrifield, co-founder of Club Penguin and now a Disney exec, talks infrastructure, a social networking overhaul and a new round of features for the site with 150 million registered users.
Don't get confused by the shiny new iPhone; the iOS and iCloud launches and your data are far more important to Apple.
Whitman reiterated that "HP matters" and indicated that the grand plan for the company remains the same.
It's debatable whether webOS's third owner---potentially Facebook after HP and Palm---would be the charm for the orphaned mobile operating system.
New Apple CEO Tim Cook may be underestimated at first, but analysts say his imprint on the company's roadmap will start appearing in the years to come.