Some think that Mac OS X Lion 'tries too hard to be iOS'. But have you seen Windows 8 recently? Apple and Microsoft are bringing mobile to the desktop.
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There's no end in sight to the Google-Apple duopoly in the smartphone market, but Microsoft's Windows Phone software has taken third place, overtaking BlackBerry, thanks to Nokia's help.
Samsung retains the lead over other smartphone makers, but its share is shrinking, while Apple is growing faster than Android but Google's mobile operating system still retains the platform crown.
Reports suggest Google is drip-by-drip acquiring HP's webOS Enyo team, only a few months after the company made the application framework open-source.
According to one analyst, RIM may only be able to hold onto 5 percent of the mobile market share by the time BlackBerry 10 devices are expected to launch in October.
A UK intelligence agency says the BlackBerry is secure enough to run in government. But who falls short on the security scale? The iPhone; still banned in government.
Apple has been hit with an injunction against iCloud and MobileMe push email in Germany, after it lost a case against Motorola Mobility over an old pager patent.
Fury Friday: I’ll be jumping on the soapbox each Friday and letting rip into the things of the week that have annoyed the living daylights out of me. This week: gratuitous product placement.
As Android and iOS go head to head, BlackBerry has the most to lose with an already struggling marketshare.
Apple's launch today points towards an emerging-market iPhone, rather than the next-generation 'iPhone 5'.