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Apple, Samsung Battle for Hearts and Minds of U.S. Smartphone Users

Apple's iPhone may be the top-selling smartphone, but Samsung is the most popular device maker in the United States, according to comScore. LG is also gaining, but RIM and Motorola are slipping. Read More >

iPhone, Android Smartphone Use Rises as BlackBerry Declines

Apple's iPhone and Android smartphones continue to see high adoption in the United States, according to Nielsen. On the flip side, RIM continues to see BlackBerry's share drop. Read More >

BlackBerry 10 Prototype Expected Soon: WSJ

RIM plans on releasing a developer prototype of its BlackBerry 10 smartphone in May. However, the device won t be the final version. Read More >

Apple's iPhone 5 Rumored to Feature Bigger Screen

Apple's iPhone 5 will feature a 4.6-inch screen, according to one new report. However, other sources moved quickly to undermine that rumor. Read More >

J.D. Power Puts iPhone on Top

Apple stands alone atop J.D. Power's latest customer satisfaction survey, the only smartphone to receive five circles. LG and Sanyo were named the top feature phone makers. Read More >

New iPad Gets Bluetooth Tune-up for Health Care

The third-generation Apple iPad features Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Ready technology to allow patients to connect to interoperable medical monitoring devices. Read More >

Android 4.0 Coming to Verizon 4G LTE Devices

Verizon Wireless confirmed that its Motorola Droid Razr, Razr Maxx, Samsung Galaxy Tabs, HTC ThunderBolt are among the many 4G LTE devices that will receive the Android 4.0 upgrade. Read More >

BlackBerry Sales Dip Worldwide Could Mean a Rocky Road for RIM: Analyst

RIM's BlackBerry sales are deteriorating outside the United States, suggests a new analyst report. That puts more pressure on BlackBerry 10 to succeed. Read More >

iPhone, Android Drive Rise in Smartphones Popularity: Pew

Smartphones are owned by 46 percent of American adults, says the Pew Research Center. The fastest-growing segment is 18- to 24-year-olds, and iPhones are the most purchased. Read More >

Nokia Ships More Windows Phones Than Any Other Vendor

Nokia has become the world's largest Windows Phone vendor, according to a 4Q 2011 estimate from Strategy Analytics. Read More >

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Update Arrives With Native Email

RIM has released its Blackberry PlayBook OS 2.0 software update, which includes built-in email and other much-requested features. Read More >

LG Optimus LTE Tag Follows NFC Trends

The LG Optimus LTE Tag is the company s latest Android smartphone and it looks to further the company s commitment to NFC technology. Read More >

Motorola Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Fast-Tracked for Q3

Motorola, which has been cleared to be acquired by Google, updated its Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich, upgrade schedule. Some ICS bumps are coming in Q3, but most are due later. Read More >

Motorola Droid 4 Pairs 4G LTE, 1.2GHz Dual-Core Chip

Motorola's Droid 4 brings 4G LTE power from Verizon Wireless' network to a QWERTY slider phone powered by Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU. Read More >

iPhone 4S, Android Devices Drove 2011 Smartphone Market: IDC

Apple's iPhone 4S and mid-priced smartphones drove a 61.3 percent year-over-year increase in unit shipments worldwide, according to IDC. Read More >

Windows Phone 8 Will Integrate with Windows 8: Reports

Windows Phone 8 will integrate in many ways with Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system, including features such as BitLocker encryption, according to two new reports. Read More >

Apple Takes Smartphone Shipment Crown From Samsung

The company s return to top spot was partly driven by continuing to offer the iPhone 3GS at rock-bottom prices. Read More >

iPhone 4S Gave Apple an Enterprise Boost Vs Android

Apple's iPhone and iPad dominated Google's Android nearly 3 to 1 in enterprise deployments on Good Technology's data network. Bring your own device remains the hot trend. Read More >

Apple Sees Record Quarter on Strong iPhone 4S, iPad Sales

Apple's iPhone 4S and iPad helped drive a record quarter for the company, with $46.33 billion in revenues. Read More >

Analysts Question New RIM CEO's Decision to Stay the Course

RIM's new CEO, Thorsten Heins, seems determined to keep the company along its preset path. Some analysts are arguing he needs to do something more radical. Read More >

Intel, Motorola Announce Android Smartphone Deal at CES

Intel CEO Paul Otellini and Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha announced a multiyear, Atom-based Android smartphone and tablet deal. Intel is also pushing hard for Windows 8 ultrabooks and other reference designs. Read More >

RIM Shows Off PlayBook OS 2.0, BlackBerry 7.1 OS at CES

RIM chose CES as the venue to unveil its long-awaited PlayBook OS 2.0 update, along with BlackBerry 7.1 OS. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: 8 Epic Tech Launches of the 21st Century (So Far)

With the second decade of the 21st Century well underway, we thought it was a perfect time to pause and consider the remarkable products and technological innovations we've seen so far. The past 11 years have ushered in a parade of disruptive, life-altering (and business-altering) products and services that have settled so firmly into our everyday lives that it's hard to remember how we... Read More >

RIM's BlackBerry 10 Strategy: One Smartphone

RIM might offer a single BlackBerry 10 device, according to a new report. That would represent a sea change for RIM, which usually pushes multiple BlackBerry models. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: 10 Worst Tech Missteps of 2011

It's nice to look back at 2011 and see all the great accomplishments in the world of technology. From honoring Steve Jobs following his death to delivering some of the finest products the industry has ever seen, the technology sector was filled with stories that should inspire companies to pursue innovations in the years ahead. But, there was another side to the tech industry this year. In far... Read More >

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