When I usually get pitches from the next Google killer my eyes usually glaze over. Show me a search engine that can do something Google can't.
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Updated: Does Verizon Wireless finally have a date to roll out the Blackberry Storm?In a conversation with Verizon's helpdesk on an unrelated issue, a customer rep spilled the beans that the release date is Nov.
Adobe's MAX 2008 conference kicks off Monday and the shindig's theme is pretty simple: Extend its Flash platform into every software nook and cranny that it can by enlisting developers everywhere.Adobe's goal of reaching everyone with Flash isn't new, but the company every year makes more progress reaching its target--except for Apple's iPhone of course.
Palm moved a lot of smartphones--1,029,000 to be exact--and revenue was well ahead of expectations, but the company's turnaround is still a work in progress.The company, which has been living off the $99 Centro, is hoping to raise margins with its new Treo Pro, which currently doesn't have a carrier.
It didn't take long for Motorola's Droid to make a big splash in the browsing statistics, according to mobile ad firm AdMob.
Apple CEO, Steve Jobs introduces iPhone 4 at the company¹s World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Features include a new glass and steel design, a built in antenna and a higher resolution screen.
Sprint, which caters to customers with lower credit quality, may get more mileage out of offering a cheap iPhone 4 than the iPhone 5.
Yup folks. There aren't a lot of original ideas left in the smartphone market. So let's go all Converse Chuck Taylor retro and see what sticks. Welcome back Nokia and BlackBerry.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said the launch of Verizon's iPhone may mean a "rocky" and "volatile" first half of 2011, but a bevy of Android devices can pick up the slack.
Apple's update to its 4-inch version of the iPhone addresses a few key strategic holes in emerging markets, but the iPhone SE could serve as a handy secondary device too.