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Microsoft to WebOS Developers: We’ll Give You What You Need To Be Successful On Windows Phone

HP’s this week’s announcement that the company was rapidly exiting the hardware business, as well as the demise of the WebOS and its associated line of mobile devices, including TouchPad, shocked many around the world. Within a day, a fifth of the company’s stock value disappeared on Wall Street.

A staggering …

Android Leads U.S. Smartphone Market, Samsung Top OEM, comScore Report

Google Android continues to be the No. 1 ranked mobile operating system with 38.1% of U.S. smartphone subscribers, up 5.1 percentage points, according to the latest comScore report released today on July 5th.

Apple was No. 2 with 26.6% of the smartphone market up 1.4 percentage points. RIM ranked third with 24.7% share, …

HP Exec Hints at Windows 8 Tablets Offerings

For Hewlett-Packard’s TouchPad webOS tablet, which heads to market on Friday, doesn’t mean the PC maker is dumping its support for Windows-based products. Well, actually, at a very specific cost: HP spent $1.2 billion last year to acquire Palm, which helped develop the TouchPad’s slick software, WebOS.

The company avoided using Android at …

iPhone @Four – Happy 4th Anniversary! iPhone – Infographic

On June 29th, iPhone turned four –as Apple released the original iPhone on June 29th 2007. Happy 4th Anniversary!

Four years after the first iPhone was released, a lot has changed in the mobile space. Smartphone adoption has finally gone mainstream. The fortunes of Nokia, RIM and Palm (now HP) have significantly changed. …

70 Percent Mobile Users “Checking-In” from Android or Apple Smartphone; Android Past Apple, comScore

comScore results from a study of mobile social networking check-in service users based on data from its comScore MobiLens service found that 16.7 million U.S. mobile subscribers used location-based “check-in” services on their phones in Mar 2011, representing 7.1% of the entire mobile population.

Of the 16.7 million people using check-in services on …

Android Top Mobile OS Platform, Apple iOS Continued to Gain Share, Reports comScore March 2011 U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share

comScore MobiLens service latest data released today revealed that for the three month average period ending in March, “Samsung ranked as the top OEM with 24.5% of U.S. mobile subscribers, LG came in 2nd with 20.9%, followed by Motorola 15.8% and RIM 8.4%. Apple continued to gain share following the launch of the Verizon iPhone, …

Angry Birds Rio Flies to webOS Devices

Angry Birds Rio, the latest edition of the casual gaming megahit, has finally reached webOS as well.

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The Angry Birds Rio has two episodes that contain over 60 new levels at the moment, but episodic updates are promised to arrive throughout this year. Let’s not forget that Angry Birds …

Microsoft Online Services Mobility Solutions Description

Customers interested in connecting to either Exchange Online or Sharepoint Online from their smartphone need to head over to the Microsoft Download Center and grab “Microsoft Online Services Mobility Solutions Description,” which provides detailed description of mobile device options for Exchange Online and Sharepoint Online including Windows Mobile, Exchange ActiveSync and RIM BlackBerry devices, including …

Angry Birds St. Patrick’s Day Update Hits, Go Green with 15 New Levels

Angry Birds today received the St. Patrick’s Day update for iOS hits App Store, also went live on Android Market, with Palm and Nokia releases following soon.

Rovio is promising hidden surprises and bonus content, in addition to 15 new levels and “fun in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day.” You’ll get this …

comScore: Android #1 Smartphone Mobile OS, Samsung Top OEM Handset Manufacturer in January 2011 U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share

Using Efficient Frontier data, banking and investment firm Macquarie Group reported that almost 5% of paid search spending in the US is now in mobile.

Google dominates mobile search share in the US with roughly 98%, the report said that 97% of mobile search spend for Efficient Frontier clients …

Nielsen: Android Lead RIM and iOS with 29 Percent of U.S. Smartphone Share

According to Nielsen’s latest data on U.S. smartphone share, smartphone powered by Android operating systems with 29% share is pulling ahead of RIM’s Blackberry 27% and Apple iOS 27%.

Nielsen says that because RIM and Apple create and sell their own smartphones with their OS, these companies are actually in a better position …

comScore: Android #2 Smartphone Mobile OS Platforms, Ganis 7.3%, Samsung Top Mobile OEM Period Ending Dec. 2010

comScore today released data from the comScore MobiLens service, reporting key trends in the U.S. mobile phone industry during the three month average period ending Dec’10.

OEM Market Share: 234 million Americans ages 13 and older used mobile devices. Device manufacturer Samsung ranked as the top OEM with 24.8% of U.S. mobile subscribers, …

HP / Palm’s “Topaz” webOS Tablets Deatils, Pictures, Plans Leaked

Engadget reports that a tipster has sent in these internal renders of HP / Palm’s “Topaz” webOS tablet they plan to unveil in February, which is one of two tablets currently being developed in Sunnyvale. That’s right, two tablets: the 9-inch Topaz and a 7-inch model codnamed Opal — a lineup that fits nicely into …

Evernote App for Windows Phone 7 Coming This Winter – Evernote Hits 200,000 Premium Users Mark

Evernote will have an application for Windows Phone 7 ready ‘this winter’, according to a post on the company’s official blog post showcasing Evernote-related stats for 2010. “A brand new Windows Phone 7 version of Evernote will launch this winter and we’re rolling out HP Palm improvements every couple of months. It’s probably not even …

comScore ‘Samsung Top OEM, Android #2 Smartphone Platforms’ in November 2010

comScore latest data from MobiLens service, reporting key trends in the U.S. mobile phone industry during the three month average period ending Nov’2010. The report found Samsung ranked as the top OEM with 24.5%, LG ranked second with 20.9%, followed by Motorola 17.0%, RIM 8.8% and Nokia 7.2%.

Smartphone …