Research in Motion delays BlackBerry 10 after a disappointing quarter.
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New data from the Pew Internet & American Life Project points to a steady shift in how users access the Internet.
A rumor prompts Google's Andy Rubin to disclose Android's enviable rate of adoption.
In the fourth quarter of 2011, the mobile phone market experienced its slowest growth in more than two years, but the smartphone market continued to grow, led by Apple.
Founders and co-CEOs Lazaridis and Balsillie have stepped aside to give Thorsten Heins the reins of Research In Motion.
Google says only 0.6 percent of Android devices run Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of the Android mobile operating system.
Stats from Net Applications suggest that the Android OS could be losing share to the Java ME runtime environment, but that could be due to rapid Internet access growth in Asia.
Security firm Bit9 says a majority of smartphones are running out-of-date and insecure operating systems that present a threat to critical business data. It has created a list of 12 of the most vulnerable smartphones. Guess who dominates the list?
It's about time. Nokia introduces its first Windows Phone handsets and promises more to come -- next year.
With its upcoming Windows Phone release -- codenamed Mango -- Microsoft attempts to show it's not neglecting business users with WP7.
Verizon's first LTE handset comes out today on the heels of several impressive 4G smartphones on other carriers -- but do consumers know what 4G is?
After it was revealed that a mobile security vulnerability exists in the browsers of BlackBerry's running 6.0, RIM issues a security advisory.
The iPad 2 goes on sale today as more data comes out supporting its estimated 80 percent market share, though one analyst nominates Amazon as a potential foe.
Android 3.0, as tested on the Motorola Xoom, has a confusing UI and suffers from quality issues, says an analyst in a research note to clients.
Google's mobile OS Android dethroned Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform to lead the market for the first time in a comScore survey.
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