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Windows phones get Mango makeover

Microsoft offers glimpse into the operating system that will feature in its Nokia handsets later this year.


Web companies fear Google's widening reach

The tech giant's become a puzzle to regulators as it expands its ecosystem - a spread that includes e-mail, a digital bookstore and cell phone software.


Google CEO: Android update "could replace credit cards"

Google CEO: Android update

The next generation of Android is coming in a few weeks, and that update to the mobile operating system "could replace credit cards," according to Google ...


Nokia reabsorbs Symbian software

Nokia takes back control of the Symbian operating system, 18 months after it set up a non-profit organisation to oversee its development.


Google's Android to zoom past Blackberry, iPhone

Tech research company Gartner reports that Google's Android will be in striking distance of Nokia's Symbian system for world champion in mobile operating systems, leaping past Research in Motion's Blackberry and Apple's iPhone iOS.


iPhone to get long-awaited multitasking ability

Some of Apple's iPhones and its new iPad devices will soon be able to run more than one program at a time, something that phones from Apple's rivals already offer and that iPhone owners have long sought.


Apple Set to Unveil Next-Generation iPhone OS

Apple unveiled details of its next-generation iPhone operating system Thursday in a press event at the company's headquarters here. The new operating system, iPhone OS 4, will be released to developers this week ...


In Defense of Windows Mobile 6.5 Or Why It's Better than the IPhone and Palm Pre

In Defense of Windows Mobile 6.5 Or Why It's Better than the IPhone and Palm Pre

I don't understand why there's all this hate towards the new release of Windows Mobile 6.5. First of all, there's a reason why it's called 6.5. It's just a partial upgrade, not a full upgrade like Windows Mobile 7 is supposed to be. Nonetheless, 6.5's sole purpose was to make the device more finger-friendly. And for that purpose, it succeeds.


Report: Dell to launch Android phone with AT&T

Dell and AT&T plan to launch a smartphone running Google's Android next year, according to a report, as Dell's years-long flirtation with the mobile industry appears ready for the next step.


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