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Apple iPhone 5: Most “Desirable” Smartphone of 2012

Gleaming and glittering its way onstage in San Francisco, on Wednesday, was probably the most anticipated and hyped iPhone to date. As the features, software services and pricing plans rolled out, the spectators couldn’t help but play host to the … Continue reading

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Market Disruption: The Apple & Samsung Saga In a Nutshell

What if you woke up one morning, and heard that Coca Cola could no longer be sold on a significant continental chunk of this planet? The first thing to come to mind would be Pepsi’s domination in that region. Likewise, … Continue reading

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Sony Mobile Hits Japanese Shores, Cuts 1000 Swedish Jobs

The expected, becomes, the occurred. At first when the two giants merged, it was only a waiting period to see where the strategy lay. Now that it’s clear, Sony Mobile is laying off 1,000 employees and will also move its … 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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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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Apple iOS 5.1.1: Upgraded OS Makes Experience More Enjoyable

Talk about the notion of always having “room for improvement.” In the technology world, that translates to always having room for upgrades, and that’s exactly what Cupertino’s market-leading giant did, release the upgraded version for the mobile OS that powers … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy 2 7.0 Tablet Making Inroads Into Low-Cost Tablet Segment

With its $199.99 price tag, ideal launch timing and customized user interface, the Amazon Kindle Fire was a smash-hit. That success seems to have spurred Samsung’s own bit into the low-cost Android tablet arena with the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. … Continue reading

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“Battle with Apple iPhone and Samsung is Over”: RIM CEO Thorsten Heins

We had been following and blogging around RIM’s come-back tale since December of last year, and while the company that once shook markets with each new Blackberry that it came out with, has now decided to call it quits in … Continue reading

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Sony Mobile CEO, Bert Nordberg, Being Replaced by Long-Time Insider

After buying out Ericsson’s 50 percent stake in their decade-old Sony Ericsson joint handset venture for around $1.47 billion in October of last year, it seems that Sony is really keen on ranking up its mobile business, with the latest … Continue reading

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A Sudden Roar: The Case of LTE Handsets in 2012

Consider this year as “the LTE breakout” year. 2011’s 6.8 million units of LTE handsets will look like a small reality in a big dream-come-true, when the expected 10 fold increase of 67 million LTE handsets comes into existence. According … Continue reading

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