Articles tagged with: Open Source and Apple

Android based Netbooks to Emerge in 2009

The upwards view of netbooks starts with netbooks and looks up to laptops. It leads to two conclusions. First, the laptop market is becoming increasingly complex, with market segments catered for by a growing variety of low-cost netbooks and laptops. more

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GPS-Enabled Handsets Expected to Bypass the Economic Downturn

While global handset shipments are expected to drop by 4-5% in 2009, GPS-enabled phones will climb to 240 million units, an increase of 6.4% over 2008. more

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Report Reveals Manufacturing Cost of T-Mobile's Google Phone

The T-Mobile G1 smart phone, the first wireless handset to be based on Google’s Android mobile operating system, carries a Bill-of-Materials (BOM) cost of $143.89, according to a virtual teardown conducted by iSuppli. more

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Report Reveals Manufacturing Cost of T-Mobile's Google Phone

The T-Mobile G1 smart phone, the first wireless handset to be based on Google’s Android mobile operating system, carries a Bill-of-Materials (BOM) cost of $143.89, according to a virtual teardown conducted by iSuppli. more

Related Tags: m1, android, google, wi-fi, t-mobile, microsoft, iphone, isuppli, edge, htc, blackberry, touch-screen, 3, sun, hsdpa, linux, modem, display, wired, radio-frequency, os, music, qwerty, touch-screen


CTIA Wireless Show to Focus on Open Network Opportunities

The wireless industry will tout the benefits and business opportunities from open networks at this year's CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment trade show when it starts Wednesday. more

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UK Advertising Regulator Upholds Complaint Against Apple's iPhone

The UK's Advertising Standards Authority, an industry body has upheld a complaint against O2/Apple regarding the company's joint advertising campaign for the ubiquitous iPhone. more

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Microsoft faces Pressure from Smartphone OS Alliances

With the smartphone world increasingly shifting toward an open operating system model, Microsoft and its Windows Mobile face another obstacle in trying to penetrate the consumer market. more

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UPDATE: Nokia, Mobile Cos to Create Symbian Foundation

Nokia, Tuesday said it will acquire the remaining stake in Symbian it doesn't already own and with a range of partners create the Symbian Foundation, an open source model for the Symbian wireless operating system. more

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