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Microsoft picks up a Nokia bargain

You may know by now that Microsoft has just struck a $7 billion deal to buy Nokia’s handset bus

Nokia right to stand by Windows

Perseverance is the word which comes to mind following on from the release of Nokia’s 2Q12 re

Motorola rolls out RhoElements HTML5 app framework

Motorola Solutions (NYSE:MSI) launched RhoElements, a web-based application framework enabling developers to build and deploy applications targeting existing Motorola Windows Embedded Handheld

Windows Phone launch does little to move Microsoft's market share

New figures from research firm comScore show Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) share of the U.S. smartphone market continued to decline after the company's launch of its Windows Phone operating system in

Oracle issues Application Development Framework Mobile Client

Business software giant Oracle released its Application Development Framework Mobile Client, providing a single, standard Java UI framework and tools enabling developers to extend their coding skills

HTC trebles net profit

The new Motorola Mobility grabbed the product headlines at the CES show last week, but what it really needs are the kind of hard financial results that its Android arch-rival HTC is enjoying.

Nielsen: iOS users download twice as many apps

Fifty nine percent of all American smartphone owners download mobile applications each month according to new research issued by The Nielsen Company, which adds that 9 percent of feature phone owners

AlcaLu buys OpenPlug to boost apps development

Alcatel Lucent has bought cross-platform mobile software firm OpenPlug- its second addition to its app development capabilities in three months.   The firm plans to ma

Microsoft targets enterprise via Windows Embedded Handheld

Microsoft announced the launch of Windows Embedded Handheld, a new software platform developed to meet line-of-business scenarios and boost mobile workforce productivity. According to Microsoft, the

Boingo: iPad makes strong showing on WiFi networks

WiFi providers Boingo Wireless reported that the iPad, after four days in the market, became the second most popular non-laptop device to connect to certain WiFi networks, which includes 58 airports,