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Motorola's New Smartphone Combines Brains and Brawn

The rugged mobile phone has traditionally been a niche product aimed at a small number of people for whom a durable device is essential. Sonim's perhaps the best-known handset manufacturer in this area, but there are others Samsung's Xcover 271 and B2100 Xplorer spring to mind.
However, recent launches suggest that a growing number of phone-makers are try... Read more

Posted By Digantam Gurung on 12 November 2010

Playing Tablet Forecast Poker

Steve Jobs' comments about tablets on Apple's third-quarter earnings call have once again opened up the debate on the future direction of this nascent category.
Mr Jobs' sceptical remarks about the seven-inch format for tablets instantly put paid to any rumours that Apple will unveil a smaller variant of the iPad next year. At the same time he dismissed t... Read more

Posted By Ben Wood on 22 October 2010

Google's "Mobile First" Approach Not Clear in Its Results

Google recently announced its second-quarter results. Total revenue grew 24 percent over the year to $6.82 billion, with 23 percent growth from each of the two largest businesses Google Web sites ($4.5 billion) and AdSense ($2.1 billion). Other sources of revenue, which include Android, grew 39 percent year-on-year to $258 million. This was lower than in the fir... Read more

Posted By Martin Garner on 26 July 2010

Android's Designs on the European Mass Market

The buzz surrounding Android is inescapable at the moment. The progress the platform's made in less than two years is remarkable. With shipments now averaging over 100,000 units a day, it's entirely conceivable that Android sales will top 35 million globally in 2010. And that's just handsets. It doesn't include an abundance of new devices such as five-inch-plus ... Read more

Posted By Geoff Blaber on 18 June 2010

Does a Phone Name Really Matter?

I'm sure the average buyer walking into a phone shop considers a number of factors when deciding which device to buy. They might like the look of it, or its colour. Perhaps they favour one manufacturer over another. Or maybe there's just an attractive offer with a good price.
But what about the phone's name? I know it might seem mildly irrelevant, but ima... Read more

Posted By Digantam Gurung on 5 May 2010
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