Browsing All posts tagged under »Windows Mobile 7«

StatCounter- RIM Blackberry OS greater than Apple iOS in mobile web usage in the US

December 1, 2010


Now this is an interesting release of mobile web usage information. Another example of no one being able to really predict the future of mobile form factors and consumer adoption rates. (Release) BlackBerry OS overtook Apple’s iOS for the first time in the US in November in terms of mobile internet usage according to web […]

Gartner reports Android over 25% of third quarter sales in world smartphone market

November 10, 2010


(Release) Worldwide mobile phone sales to end users totaled 417 million units in the third quarter of 2010, a 35 percent increase from the third quarter of 2009, according to Gartner, Inc. Smartphone sales grew 96 percent from the third quarter last year, and smartphones accounted for 19.3 percent of overall mobile phone sales in […]

Apple announces new OS Lion will act more like their mobile devices

October 21, 2010


(WSJ) Apple Inc. moved to infuse its Macintosh computers with popular features from its newer iPhones and iPads, including a new online store for Mac applications. The company also introduced a restyled version of its ultrathin MacBook Air notebook. Like the iPhone, the new notebook uses chips known as flash memory rather than a disk drive […]

Windows Phone 7 launches today in NYC

October 11, 2010


Windows Phone 7 will be a cornerstone of our portfolio” says Microsoft in the unveiling of the new Windows Phone 7 today in New york. The first Windows Phone 7 out of the chute: The LG Quantum. A landscape QWERTY phone. Second, the HTC Surround, with a slide out dolby speaker. The Surround has a […]

RIM exec confirms today that the Blackberry Playbook OS to ultimately replace the existing Blackberry OS

September 29, 2010


Over a breakfast  event at its BlackBerry DevCon 2010 event, taking place in San Francisco, a RIM VP confirmed that the QNX operating system announced in their new PlayBook tablet would in fact be finding its way to smartphones in the long run, and ultimately replace the existing BlackBerry OS. Of course that kind of […]

Kin’s death may signal mobile morbidity at Microsoft

July 7, 2010


Analysts note Windows Mobile 7 will arrive alongside major BlackBerry update, continued strong sales of iPhone and Android devices. Computerworld – As postmortems of the untimely death of Microsoft’s Kin mobile phones continue to be written, some observers have started wondering aloud whether Microsoft has any future at all in the mobile technology business. The […]