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Palm, Nokia Smartphone Users Most Likely to Switch: Survey

A new survey by Finnish mobile analytics firm Zokem shows strong loyalty among iPhone, Android and BlackBerry customers while others are eager to bolt.

White iPhone 4 Coming Feb. 27?

The long-awaited white iPhone 4 may finally be available in late February, according to reports.

iPad Dominates As Tablet Market Explodes: IDC

Total shipments of tablet PCs worldwide surged up 45 percent in the third quarter to more than 4.8 million units and Apple's iPad accounted for 90 percent of all sales.

RIM's BlackBerry Storm 3 Brewing For Fall Debut

Research In Motion thinks its BlackBerry Storm 3 model will help re-establish it among the top-tier smartphone vendors.

RIM Preps Enterprise App Middleware and BES Cloud Services

RIM executives provide some insight on new BlackBerry Enterprise Application Middleware service and BlackBerry Enterprise Server architecture for the cloud.

Big Changes Unveiled In Apple iOS 4.3 Beta

Apple released the first iOS 4.3 beta to developers this week and it comes with a bevy of new features including enhanced multitouch gestures and GSM hotspot support.

Microsoft Contests Apple's App Store' Request

Is the term "app store" a registerable trademark or is it too generic to be unique -- Microsoft says it's not but Apple is going for it.

Google Previews Star Trek-Like Translator for Android

Alpha release of Conversation Mode shows promise as the company also updates Translate for Android.

Android Market Gains on Apple's App Store

In the battle of mobile application sites, Apple's App Store still reigns supreme but Google's Android Market is growing faster. Plus, a surprise demographic about BlackBerry apps.

3G Verizon iPhone 4 Available Early February

The wait is over: the Verizon iPhone 4 will be on pre-order for existing customers Feb. 3 with sales kicking off Feb. 10 -- read our coverage for details on specs and pricing.

Verizon iPhone Being Unwrapped Tuesday in NYC

All indications point to the official announcement of the Verizon iPhone at a press event tomorrow with sales to kick off within weeks.

Review of Top Mobile Events for 2010, With Predictions for 2011

Now that 2010 is in the rearview mirror, we highlight the top mobile events of the year -- with a look ahead to what we expect to see in 2011.

CES 2011: Samsung Talks Up 'Digital Humanism'

The consumer electronics giant wants to simplify and diversify the way consumer access and share content on multiple screens.

CES 2011: Dell Rolls Out Streak 7, Venue Smartphone

Dell's betting that its latest Android-powered mobile devices will be particularly attractive to younger, social media-addicted consumers.

CES 2011: Verizon: 'We're Changing the Game Again'

Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg's keynote address focuses on company's long view of wireless data communications and entertainment.

Apple Store Employee Ramp Up Hints at Imminent iPad 2, Verizon iPhone Launch

Is Apple prohibiting time off for retail workers to prep for the launch of the iPad 2 -- or Verizon iPhone -- by Valentine's Day?

CES 2011: Samsung Rolls Out Wi-Fi-Only Galaxy Tab, Infuse 4G

The leading supplier of Android-based mobile devices gives tablet and smartphone fans some new options, features.

Motorola Takes Wraps Off Xoom Android Tablet

Motorola announced its Xoom tablet PC will run on Google's Honeycomb mobile operating system and feature a bigger screen than the iPad.

CES 2011: Microsoft Chief Praises Windows Phone 7 in Opening Keynote

CEO Steve Ballmer's opening keynote address included accolades for the new Windows Phone 7 OS and related hardware, as well as some new Xbox and Kinect developments.

CES 2011: LG Unveils 'World's Thinnest' Smartphone

New Android-based Optimus Black is touted as the world's thinnest smartphone and will be available sometime in the first half of 2011.

Amazon to Offer Android App Store

The alternative to Android's Marketplace is designed to give consumers easier access to the mobile applications they want.

ASUS Presents 3 Android Honeycomb Tablets, 1 Wintel Slate

Let the tablet PC races begin -- ASUS jumps out of the gate at CES with a trio of impressive Honeycomb models and one running Windows 7.

Motorola Completes Mobile Spin-Off

Venerable telecom firm finalizes long-planned separation, aiming to deliver shareholder value with stand-alone mobile devices, equipment businesses.

Android Wins Among Recent Smartphone Buyers

The Nielsen Company released its statistics on smartphone sales from June through November, revealing some surprising results.

Verizon's CES Push to Include New Android Tablet

Reports indicate Verizon plans to show off a new tablet at this week's Consumer Electronics Show, but it also has other big news planned.

Apple Ups Q1 iPhone Target to 21M Units: Report

A Taiwanese trade publication this week is reporting that Apple has raised its first quarter iPhone shipment target from 19 million units to 21 million units.

Commentary: Are Today's Smartphones Really Better Than Handsets from Five Years Ago?

As we look toward the New Year, columnist Paul Rubens says today's new smartphones and mobile apps don't necessarily make mobile office workers more productive.

Motorola Stings Competitors With Teaser Ad for Android Tablet

Motorola's teaser video for its new Android-powered tablet PC takes a few jabs at leading competitors including Apple's iPad and Samsung's Galaxy Tab.

Microsoft to Show Windows on ARM Slate at CES?

Sources say Microsoft plans to surprise the crowd during Steve Ballmer's keynote at CES in early January.

Microsoft Claims 1.5 Million Windows Phone 7 Handsets Sold

Microsoft says 1.5 million handsets running the Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system have been sold so far -- but the numbers may appear larger than they really are.

Microsoft in Talks with Nokia on Windows Phone 7?

hook up between Microsoft and Nokia might give Microsoft a better chance to be a dominant player in the smartphone market.

Is RIM in the Market for Gist?

If rumors are true, Facebook may have some competition for remaking the social inbox.

Hackers Set Sights on Android Mobile Devices

Fresh study from AdaptiveMobile finds that mobile malware infections surged 33 percent this year and that Android-based devices are becoming particularly attractive to authors.

Google Makes Voice Search More 'Personal'

Google added personalization to its Voice Search speech recognition product. Additionally, new features in Google Voice support iPad and iPod Touch.

EnterpriseMobileToday Holiday Gift Guide

All you need for a wireless wonderland this holiday season is the EnterpriseMobileToday Gift Guide: smartphones, tablets, iPad cases and accessories for everyone on your list.

Will Microsoft Demo Windows 7 Slates at CES?

Last January, Microsoft's CEO showed off a Windows 7 slate during his keynote at CES -- encore anyone?

Mobile's Enterprise Impact Already Big, But Just the Start

Panel at the "Mobile Internet Tsunami" conference points to the big impact mobile's having on IT and business strategy.

Mobile Apps Set for Explosive Growth: IDC

The IT market research firm predicts the total number of mobile apps downloaded will surge from 11 billion this year to nearly 77 billion in 2014.

Top 5 Mobile Trends for 2011

Wireless and mobile computing experts offer their analysis of what the industry can expect to see as hot trends for the next year.

Analyst Perspective on Nexus S, Android 2.3: Negative

One analyst says 'Google should go big or go home' in assessment of Nexus line of smartphones as the Internet giant preps the Gingerbread-powered Nexus S for the holiday shopping season.

Mobile Security Survey Says Smartphone Users Get Sloppy During Holidays

Symantec report finds that most enterprise employees become much more casual about the data they share and access via smartphones over the holidays.

Rubin Demos Honeycomb Tablet, NFC on Nexus S with Gingerbread

Google's Andy Rubin showed off a prototype of a Motorola Android tablet PC as well as the Near Field Communications capabilities of the Nexus S, shipping next week with Android 2.3.

Gingerbread, Nexus S with Android 2.3 Unveiled by Google's Android Czar Rubin

It's official: the update to Google's mobile OS is ready and the Nexus S will be the first to ship with Android 2.3.

Motorola's Mobile Mighty Jha Hints at Q1 Verizon iPhone

Apple's iPhone likely to show up on Verizon early next year, according to Moto's mobility chief, who also spoke about Motorola's plans for 4G handsets and tablets.

Mobile Apps Will Heat up to 'Staggering' Levels in 2011: IDC

The impact of cloud computing and an explosion of device options will push mobile computing to new levels in the coming year.

RIM Acquires UI Designer The Astonishing Tribe

Purchase will give BlackBerry maker some much-needed expertise as it transitions devices to its new QNX-based mobile OS.

Windows Phone 7 'Jailbreak' Tool Pulled Offline

The team behind the new ChevronWP7 jailbreaking tool for Windows Phone 7 pulls the free app from distribution after a call from Microsoft.

iPhone, BlackBerry Top Mobile OS Ratings

Nielsen survey finds that mobile operating systems powering the Apple and RIM mobile devices are most popular by a wide margin.

Mobile OS Alert: 'Massive' Update Coming for Windows Phone 7

One member of a team that created the first jailbreak tool for Windows Phone 7 tweets that Microsoft has a "massive" update to the mobile operating system coming early next year.

Most Smartphone Users Open to Brand Switch: Survey

GfK Group survey finds that 56 percent of smartphone owners are open to switching to another brand, citing flexibility and access to mobile apps as their chief motivators. See how the mobile operating systems -- iOS 4.2, Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry 6 -- rate with smartphone shoppers.

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