Comparing it to a French-to-English dictionary, Microsoft releases the first draft of programmer's iOS-to-Windows-Phone dictionary.
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PC Magazine: In addition, the iPad 2 is now available in Japan.
eWeek: Google Docs application for Android lets users turn photos with text into documents that may be edited.
Brighthand: Folks across America report that Verizon's 4G service is running again after an outage yesterday.
Mobile Burn: Software upgrade for Motorola XOOM Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet on Verizon will address bugs and add features.
BGR: DigiTimes reports that orders for CDMA iPhone 4 units have been cut by 50 percent.
eWeek: Mobile phone giant to lay off 4,000 works as well in bid to save $1.4 billion.
The Register: Add Microsoft Windows Phone 7 to the list of mobile operating systems that silently transmit the precise physical location data.
InformationWeek: Survey says mobile devices like Smartphones are used to help make shopping decisions.
Mobile Burn: The app update supports Android and iOS devices.
BGR: RBC Capital Markets says PlayBook sales may have exceeded RIM's expectations.
TFTS: RIM's tablet PC will already be capable of running Android applications in an emulator.
eWeek: Apple and Google tracking your every move has got some folks very disturbed.
Brighthand: A couple of images of what is supposed to be Apple's next-generation iPhone appear.
Mobile Burn: Apple's current privacy-centric public relations debacle isn't about to end anytime soon, apparently.
BGR: It appears no 32GB iPhone 4 models will be available, however.
PC Magazine: The current version of Apple's ultra-think mobile computers is around six months of age.
eWeek: Carrier's Remote Mobility Zone lets users set up a cell site in less than 30 minutes.
Geek.com: Apple apparently testing an iPhone with T-Mobile USAs 3G cellular-wireless band.
Mobile Burn: Leading laptop vendor to release an Android 3.0 tablet PC with a stylus this summer, according ot report.
BGR: Apple' reports lower than expected iPad tablets sales during the first quarter.
The Inquirer: Apple smartphone and tablet platform holds a significant market share lead over Google's Android operating system in Europe.
The Register: Apparently, the secret Apple database of iPhone owners location data is already being used by the police.
Brighthand: Evidence points to Sprint releasing its ownversion of own 4G version of the Samsung Nexus S smartphone.
Mobile Burn: Google to produce what's called the Joint Battle Command-Platform mobile device.
BGR: Although it has numerous devices in the pipeline, RIM may only introduce one at its main event.
The Inquirer: Apple won't own the market in quite the same way in 2011.
eWeek: RockMelt allows users to port all of their RockMelt Facebook and Twitter feeds desktop to their iPhone.
InformationWeek: ARM Cortex-A15 tablets and smartphones coming late next year.
Mobile Burn: Expect to find Intel chips in Android-run tablets later this year.
BGR: Four new features added to mobile browser for Android smartphones.
The Register: New tablet PC apparently can't synchronize with BlackBerrys on AT&T's network.
geek.com: 4G LTE mobile device won't ship until the third quarter of this year.
Brighthand: Apple only added support for running third-party apps in the background last year.
MobileBurn: Carrier planning additional Facebook tie-ins as well.
BGR: T-Mobile Sidekick 4G, which is built by Samsung,sports a 1GHz processor and the keyboard some folks have come to love.
PC Magazin: iPhone,iPod and iPad app downloaded over a million times now.
Geek.com: Megapixels are still an important factor for consumers when it comes to smartphones.
Brighthand: RIM's tablet PC just started hitting store shelves.
Mobile Burn: Report says Sprint is in late-stages talks with Clearwire and LightSquared about network sharing agreements.
BGR: Factory white iPhone 4 with 64GB of storage and iPhone 4.
Geek.com: Processor to land in mobile devices next year.
eWeek: Intel and AMD gearing up to take on ARM in the burgeoning tablet and smartphone spaces.
InformationWeek: Mobile workstations more durable than previous models.
Brighthand: Sprint is now offering the unique 4G smartphone.
BGR: Available online now, the Verizon Wireless MiFi 4510L 4G LTE mobile hotspot will hit store shelves later this week.
The Register: Federal Communications Commission starts formally reviewing the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile by AT&T.
InformationWeek: RIM's first tablet PC knocked for lack of native email support, lack of applications, and buggy software.
Brighthand: iOS 4.3.2 and iOS 4.2.7 now available for the AT&T and Verizon editions of the iPhone.
Mobile Burn:You can now buy T-Mobile's G2x dual-core Android smartphone.
BGR: Many are saying Google's Android platform is now th world's top mobile operating system.
Mobile Burn: Report cites three people familiar with Apple's white iPhone plans.
InformationWeek: Plan offers unlimited voice, messaging, and data--up to only 2GB though.
Brighthand: Microsoft starts talking up the next Windows Phone 7 update as it continues to struggle delivering the first one.
Mobile Burn: The Android-run phone goes $199.99 with a new two-year agreement.
BGR: Promo videos for BlackBerry Touch 9900 and Touch 9860 appear online.
eWeek: There likely won't be a new edition of the Apple Tablet PC this year, according to a report.
InformationWeek: Will WiMax boost the fortunes of Motorola's tablet PC?
Brighthand: LG Thrive to become carrier's first smartphone to be available on a pre-paid, no-contract basis.
Mobile Burn: Unlimited calling, text messages and data usage to go for $79.99 per month.
BGR: Touch panel makers assert Apple's offered no information on the next-generation iPhones production timeline.
The Register: Apple fans may have to wait till next year before they can trade up their iPhone 4s for Apple's fifth generation smartphone.
InformationWeek: Fuze Meeting now lets tablet users receive video within full conferencing experiences.
Geek.com: The Droid Incredible 2 has been expected for a while now thanks to leaked images and specs.
Mobile Burn: HTC spokesperson tells magazine Android OS 2.3 headed the G2's way soon.
BGR: Rumor has it there is a new permanent unlock solution for the Apple iPhone.
PC World: Scouring the Web for the best in cases to protect your Apple tablet goodness.
TFTS: Mike Lazaridis doesn't understand the negativity of some critics regarding his company.
Geek.com: Adobe swears Flash can work on tablets, but Apple refuses to use it, and it looks like RIM has run into problems with the Web technology.
Brighthand: Verizon has yet to announce high-end Android-run HTC Droid Incredible 2.
BGR: Software company brings Photoshop functionality to tablet PCs.
eWeek: More workers are using smartphones and tablets based on the open the source platform than ever before.
The Register: Augmented-reality application can tell which books are out of order on a bookshelf.
Brighthand: The Android-run next-gen model in the venerable smartphone series to shop in three weeks.
Mobile Burn: The new rules are designed to prevent interference with existing networks from cellular boosters in buildings and cars.
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