Companies vie for first place as signs point to an October launch date for Microsoft's tablet OS.
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BGR: Windows Phone 7 upgrade to bring copy/paste and other improvements to smartphone.
Mobile Burn: AT&T and Rogers customers finally getting platform update for their Android-run mobile device.
An website dedicated to the Android OS published what it says is Dell's secret mobile roadmap.
Engadget: Roadmap reveals Android Ice Cream, Windows Phone 7 sliders, and even a tablet running on Windows 8.
The made-to-order PC maker continues its transformation from vendor to IT services company with a portfolio of six mobile management services.
InformationWeek: Dell's portfolio of services enables people to access critical enterprise data from mobile devices.
Mobile Burn: T-Mobile is the wireless carrier that supports the tablet's cellular-wireless connectivity.
Mobile Burn: Android-run mobile device to go for 199.99 with a two-year service agreement.
Is the Venu Pro the best smartphone running Microsoft's new mobile OS? Our hands-on review of Dells Windows Phone 7 smartphone outlines key features and performance issues for mobile IT.
Dell's betting that its latest Android-powered mobile devices will be particularly attractive to younger, social media-addicted consumers.
eWeek: While some folks will receive the Windows Phone 7-run mobile device before Christmas, most who ordered it will not.
On the heels of the launch of Streak, evidence mounts that computing giant Dell is gearing up for the release of a larger, 7-inch tablet in the next few weeks.
The hardware vendor's Aero handset is available, but is running a stale version of Android. Will consumers care and will it hurt sales?
Four months after the iPad's blockbuster launch, Dell enters the fray this week with its own Streak tablet PC running the open source mobile Linux OS.