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$7 Billion and 2015: In-App Mobile Ad Spending to Skyrocket

Billboards, commercials, radio, mobile ads…which ones leads the pack? Well, the fact that mobile advertising reaches the customers on the most personal level, right in the palm of their hands, it wins, and consequently, in-app advertising spend across all mobile … Continue reading

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Blackberry Black Forest Tablet: Some Just Don’t Give Up, Do They?

The old adage of “if you don’t get there once, keep trying” seems to come alive when looking at embattled-Blackberry maker RIM’s outlook. Certainly not getting anywhere with the Playbook tablet, RIM is one tough warrior to put down with … Continue reading

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Apple iPad Mini: Something for Everyone’s Wallet?

A “smaller, cheaper iPad.” Wouldn’t those headlines just dominate wish lists as well? Seems like it could become reality by year-end, as Apple plans to enter Google and Microsoft’s emerging, niche in the intensely heating-up tablet market. Building on Top … Continue reading

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Here Comes the Google Nexus 7 Tablet to Rival iPad

Innovation, and the table wars, are two things that can’t seem to hit rockbottom these days. Just when we thought it would be safe to leave the Apple iPad the prime contender for this year, the giant-named-Google will launch its … Continue reading

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New LG Voice Assistant Technology to Tackle Apple iPhone Siri

LG introduced the Optimus Pad LTE earlier this year and after a less-than-enthusiastic reception for its second Android tablet the company is ready to leave this market behind. The announcement, coming back after the Microsoft Surface tablet hit the markets, may … Continue reading

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HTC One X: A Shot at Revival?

It’s no secret that days when the HTC Wildfire was an item-for-sure on everyone’s wish list are over. However, it’s no secret either that HTC is well-known to make comebacks, and it sure did with the gorgeous new HTC One … Continue reading

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All-American Smartphone Battle: Android Losing Ground, Apple iOS Raking It In

And here it is folks, the numbers are out for first half of 2012, and so is the winner. Seems like the pendulum keeps shifting and the turf keeps sporting a new winner. Whilst Android still leads the race, powering … Continue reading

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Nokia Lumia 610: “Cheapest Windows smartphone” yet

What is dubbed as the budget-concious customer’s dream-set was announced at the Mobile World Congress, back in February, keeping in line with Nokia’s comeback strategy of releasing more affordable Windows-based models. Set to launch during the first week of June, … Continue reading

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iPhone 5 Not to Have Liquidmetal Body, but Innovation Plays On

So those who couldn’t afford to sport the ultra-luxurious, hand-made, souped-up Vertu mobile phones were finally relieved that something that, at least seems to give off the essence of affluence, was now going to hit the market. Unfortunately, the bubble … Continue reading

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Tablets Starting to Dominate Smartphones In Terms of Internet Usage

It seems as if data traffic is one good way to guage the impact of devices making way to markets. Some time ago, global research firm IDC shed light on how mobiles will drive more internet usage than wirelines by … Continue reading

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