Posted by Mark J. Miller on August 4, 2011 10:00 AM
When Research in Motion put out its first Smartphone with a touch screen, the Storm, in 2008, it was met with some thunder. A few critics found the usability lacking.
So now the company has tried again. This time, it is releasing two new phones with touch screens as well as three without. There must be safety in numbers.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 4, 2010 07:55 AM
Apple, under scrutiny from US regulators, is bringing the 3G iPhone to China.
US FDA agency is still probing kids medicine recall, as Tylenol maker "scrambles" to fix issue.
Microsoft is still pursuing tablet projects despite shelving Courier project, says Bill Gates.
Boeing's social media tutor: an 8-year-old.
Google's Chrome outpaces Firefox in the browser wars as IE loses share.
Starbucks remixes its Frappucino line.Continue reading...
Posted by Stephanie Startz on October 27, 2009 06:05 PM
A year ago, it was referred to as the “Google Phone.” Today, Android is gaining in brand recognition and accelerated adoption by cellular manufacturers and providers. Can Android-based devices topple the competition -- the iPhone in particular, popular but plagued by complaints about exclusive partner AT&T's coverage -- and gain market share?
Introduced last fall on the T-Mobile network and G1 handset, Android was a mere babe in the woods. Now, as Verizon launches a major campaign for their Droid phone, every major carrier in the United States has begun to, or agreed to, carry Android phones. Android fever is catching on.
Manufacturers are following suit quickly, and the rumor mill is working overtime on who will be next to release an Android device. Most notably, Motorola has dropped the Windows Mobile operating system in favor of Android. Motorola, manufacturer of Verizon's Droid, is confident in the ability of Android to win market share, and plans to carry the operating system on at least 30% of their products in 2010.Continue reading...