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Motorola Gives a Glimpse of Android 3.0 Honeycomb Tablet

Motorola plans to show off a new tablet running Google's Android 3.0 or Honeycomb operating system at the Consumer Electronics Shows next month. Read More >

Record BlackBerry Sales for RIM in Q3

Despite gains made by Apple's iPhone and Android-based smartphones, RIM sees record BlackBerry sales in the third quarter and a 40 percent jump in revenue. Read More >

Review: Google Android 2.3 Speedy on Samsung Nexus S

Google's Samsung Nexus S is a great phone for T-Mobile customers who want to upgrade to Android. Read More >

Motorola Launches Rugged WiFi Enterprise Device

Motorola unveiled the MC55A0 rugged mobile computer, supporting data and voice over WiFi, plus PTT. It's being marketed in the health care and government verticals. Read More >

SideXSide: Enterprise-Friendly Smartphones

There are a slew of devices on the market that deliver some degree of enterprise functionality. In this edition of SideXSide, we compare features of these smartphones to help you determine which offer the right fit for your enterprise. Read More >

Apple Lures Away RIM Sales Team to Spur Enterprise Growth

The iPhone maker is poaching enterprise sales talent from Research in Motion to help drive iPhone and iPad sales to corporate accounts. Read More >

Wozniak: Android Will Eclipse Apple's iPhone

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told a Dutch newspaper that over the long-term, Google Android devices will beat the iPhone in market share. Read More >

Hot Topics: Galaxy Tab, Phone 7

Over the past week, Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab to rave reviews from critics. Windows Phone 7 also came on the market, even as a study indicates iPhone and BlackBerry devices have the lowest failure rates. See what other topics were hot this week. Read More >

iPhone, BlackBerry: Most Reliable Smartphones

The Apple iPhone 3GS is the smartphone least likely to fail, but Research In Motion's BlackBerrys are most likely to survive a drop, according to a survey on mobile phone reliability. Read More >

Windows Phone 7: U.S. Debut

Windows Phone 7 is officially launching in the United States on AT&T and T-Mobile, with three devices that all involved hope will prove hits with consumers. Read More >

Hot Topics: Koobface Worm, White iPhone, More

Koobface worm is targeting Mac users, a white iPhone 4 has been delayed, and Windows 8 is still a couple years out. Read More >

Motorola Droid Smartphones Lead to 3Q Profit

Motorola's Android-based Droid X and Droid 2 helped buoy the handset maker to a $109 million profit for the third quarter. Revenues hit $4.9 billion, up 13 percent from Q3 2009. Read More >

Apple, HTC, BlackBerry Drive 2Q Smartphone Sales

Apple, HTC and BlackBerry-maker RIM are leading a smartphone market that is growing at an "extraordinary" pace, says ABI Research. However, this growth is unlikely to last. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: Enterprise iPhone, Android Smartphone Activations Accelerate

It wasn't long ago that most CIOs would scoff at a peer's decision to deploy the iPhone in their operations. The reasoning was that Apple's devices weren't designed with corporate users in mind. And, if increased productivity was central to a company's goals in the future, the iPhone and its virtual keyboard would only hurt the firm's chances of achieving its mission. How times have changed. A... Read More >

Dell Windows Phone 7 Due in 4Q

Dell's Venue Pro, its newest Windows Phone 7 smartphone, will debut in the U.S. this holiday season. Dell remains tight-lipped about an exact price or release date. Read More >

Week in Review: Android Goes Pro + More

HP has a new CEO, Windows Phone 7 is debuting next week, the Motorola Droid Pro is taking on the BlackBerry, and other top stories from the past week. Read More >

BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Unveiled

A rash of rumors late last week posited that Research in Motion would call its tablet contender BlackPad. Instead, the company unveiled the PlayBook on Sept. 27, a tablet with a new OS aimed squarely at the mobile enterprise market. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Tactics For Selling Your CEO On the iPhone

Four of 10 sales of the iPhone are made to enterprise users, according to AT&T Business Solutions CEO Ron Spears. Some of you may be surprised at Spears' comments, made at the Barclays Capital Communications, Media, and Technology conference in New York in May. After all, the iPhone has yet to penetrate the corporate world the way that BlackBerry has, and there are many sound business and... Read More >

$30 BlackBerry Curve 3G

Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Curve 3G version is a low-priced complement to the company's new flagship Torch 9800, as RIM seeks to compete against iPhone and Google Android smartphones. Read More >

Nokia Chairman to Resign

Jorma Ollila, Nokia's chairman, says he will step down in 2012, giving way to even greater transformation for the cell phone maker as it struggles to right its course with a new CEO about to take the helm. Read More >

Android: In Your Workplace Yet?

News Analysis: Android-based devices could outnumber BlackBerry smartphones and iPhones by the end of 2010, and match Symbian sooner than expected. Read More >

JPMorgan Chase iPhone Debate

As BlackBerry smartphone competitors Apple and Google close in, JPMorgan Chase considers alternative mobile e-mail devices. Read More >

Motorola Droid 2: Business Friendly Features

The Motorola Droid 2 is the type of QWERTY slider smartphone the world was waiting for last fall when the phone maker launched the original Droid on Verizon Wireless. Read More >

$99 BlackBerry Torch

Amazon is offering the new touchscreen BlackBerry Torch 9800 for $99 with a two-year AT&T contract. This is a 50 percent price cut from the smartphone's $199 debut less than a week ago. Read More >

Is Droid 2 Next for Antenna Watch-List?

Motorola Droid 2 smartphones recently introduced on the Verizon Wireless network are reportedly having connectivity problems. Read More >

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