It looks like Apple's days of blowing people away with new features and functions has cooled now that solid platforms like Ice Cream Sandwich and Windows Phone exist.
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RunKeeper is a popular fitness tracking GPS application, but recently dropped support for Windows Phone. Thankfully, a better application that works on nearly all mobile platforms can be found in Sports Tracker.
LinkedIn is finally now available for Windows Phone and it looks great.
The new Samsung Focus 2 will take on the Nokia Lumia 900 at AT&T stores this month. AT&T will now have $50, $100, and $200 prices for their new LTE Windows Phone devices.
AT&T is the premier Windows Phone partner in the U.S. and in addition to the new Nokia Lumia 900 they launched the HTC Titan II. After testing out both of the devices, I have to say I like the HTC Titan II better than the Lumia 900.
It was a bit easier to pick my top 10 smartphones to start 2012 and I ended up with four of them being Windows Phone devices. Which is your current favorite?
Windows Phone may not have the mind share of other platforms, but those of us who use it daily are pretty passionate about it and will not give it up.
The initial new iPad pre-order sold out, but Kevin and I were able to get units ordered. We also updated some older gear this week.
This week much of the focus will be on Apple's iPad 3 announcement taking place on March 7th. A recent survey found that nearly 30% of mobile web users are planning to get a new iPad and as usual we can expect less supply than demand from Apple.
Fitness tracking devices are quite popular today and the latest device comes from Nike as the Fuelband. It is impossible to find this in any stores and occasional online sales sell out in minutes. I was able to score a large one for myself and just started using it today.