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Wozniak: Windows 7 Phone More Beautiful than iPhone
News added: 30 April 2012
There has certainly been no lack of provocative comments about Apple in the last few weeks, between Forrester Research CEOs prophecy that Apple is doomed to fall into decline following the passing of the companys CEO and founder Steve Jobs. The latest statements come from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who told the technology news blog aNewDomain... read entire news →
 
 
Apple Drops Android Support From Chomp App Discovery Tool
News added: 30 April 2012
After buying the mobile application discovery engine Chomp earlier this year, Apple has dropped its support for Google's Android mobile operating system. Until now, Chomp offered app suggestions for Apple's iOS and Google's Android. AppleInsider is reporting, however, that its readers discovered that Chomp no longer works on Android phones. They c... read entire news →
 
 
Samsung pegged as top mobile, smartphone vendor in March quarter
News added: 27 April 2012
After Samsung confirmed record earnings for the March quarter on Friday, a set of new analyses estimate that the company overtook Apple to become the world's largest smartphone vendor while simultaneously passing long-time leader Nokia for the top spot among global mobile phone vendors. Smartphones Strategy Analytics issued its latest research l... read entire news →
 
 
Former Sun CEO says Google's Android didn't need license for Java APIs
News added: 26 April 2012
Jonathan Schwartz (Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET) SAN FRANCISCO -- Former Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz took the stand on Thursday as a witness for the defense, and disputed Oracle's claim that Java APIs were proprietary code from Sun. Google's lawyer Robert Van Nest ask Schwartz whether, during his tenure at Sun, Java APIs were not considered ... read entire news →
 
 
Google's Andy Rubin didn't believe Android needed Java API licensing
News added: 25 April 2012
Google&8220;We did not believe that we needed a license from Sun.&image18217;s counsel Robert Van Nest first guided Rubin to talk about how the Android team began development on the new mobile operating system. Rubin said that when negotiations ended with Sun Microsystems in 2006, the Android team went ahead to build the new mobile OS on its own, w... read entire news →
 
 
Android chief: We didn't believe we needed a license from Sun
News added: 25 April 2012
SAN FRANCISCO -- Android chief Andy Rubin wrapped up his testimony this morning in the copyright portion of the Oracle-Google trial at the U.S. District Court here. Google counsel Robert Van Nest picked up from where he left off on Tuesday afternoon, asking Rubin what happened after initial negotiations with Sun Microsystems ended in 2006. Rubin sa... read entire news →
 
 
Nokia, RIM Fighting for Third Place, Winner May Take All
News added: 23 April 2012
Nokia, RIM Fighting for Third Place, Winner May Take All ( Page 1 of 4 )Before the arrival of the Apple iPhone and its gorgeous, intuitively understood touch-screen, or the open-source, make-it-your-own Android platform, Nokia and Research In Motion were kings of the mobile industry. BlackBerry maker RIMs push email made it the only solution that... read entire news →
 
 
Scots Tories' concern over new mobile phone masts
News added: 22 April 2012
The Scottish government has been accused by Scottish Conservatives of showing a "blatant disregard" for local decision-making. Research carried out by the Tories indicates that council decisions on mobile phone masts are twice as likely to be overturned on appeal as upheld. It looked at 25 appeals made by mobile operators since the star... read entire news →
 
 
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