One day after we blogged about how difficult it's been for competitors to go up against the Apple iPad -- citiing HP's inability to sell its TouchPad to consumers -- HP announces it is killing the TouchPad and putting its webOS mobile operating system on ice.
Nobody's buying the HP TouchPad
Jessica Dolcourt of CNET News wrote an article yesterday (Aug. 15) examining the process by which a new phone reaches the U.S. market.
It's the biggest story in the mobile world this week, as Google announced today that it would buy Motorola's mobile device unit for $12.5 billion.
Verizon launched a new Application Innovation Center in San Francisco on Aug. 10.
I had the pleasure of attending SIGGRAPH2011 here in Vancouver this week.
Last month, an American blogger called BirdAbroad uncovered a fake Apple store in Kunming, China and made headlines worldwide.
Stephanie Clifford of the New York Times recently wrote (Aug. 7) about the growing trend among major U.S. retailers to issue paperless receipts via e-mail.
Jakob Nielsen of Useit.com recently identified (July 5) a design flaw in The Wall Street Journal's iPhone app.
Microsoft has been playing catch up with its Windows Phone OS for some time now. The company is hoping its latest update, called "Mango," combined with soon-to-be-released Nokia hardware, will make it a viable competitor to iPhone and Android.
U.K. research firm Ofcom has reported that 60 percent of smartphone using teens admit to being "highly addicted" to their phones. Among adults polled, 37 percent admit the same addiction.
Imagine subscribing to a magazine on your iPad that could predict your news consumption tendencies, automatically feeding you content you would otherwise have to look up on your own, daily.
A new study by J.D. Power and Associates has found that overall customer satisfaction is higher among contract-based customers than prepaid or non-contract ones.