Tag : smartphone

After All Everyone Isn’t Paul Miller

This looks funny but later I realised the fact that any kind of effort, attempts taken to actually be away from your phone is hard, its like being harsh on yourself. But, this holds true when its not just a phone, should be an iPhone to be able to that.
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The Smartphone Industry

The smartphone industry is huge, selling millions of phones a year, because of this there are many companies looking for your business in order to sell you their phone. There are a few companies that stand out by producing products that not only have impressive specs but are also user
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The tabletwars, are they over without even starting?

A whole bunch of manufacturers are busy trying to create a killer tablet to be able to compete with the iPad. And for many of those manufacturers Google’s Android operating system is the way to go. The hopes are high, since Android already managed to take the leading market share in the smartphone market. A few years ago Apple’s iOS reigned supreme, but was forcefully dethroned by a never-ending series of competitive Android smartphones. But is the tablet business that comparable to the smartphone industry? And shouldn’t we compare it to a much older case, that isn’t that positive for other manufacturers but perhaps fits the bill way better?

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Neilsen says iPhone Growing But Android Flat

Neilsen’s recent survey report shows the raise in the sale of smartphones. According to the report, Sale of smartphones in US have raised from 32% to 55%.

Also, the growth of smartphones has been due to the popularity of Apple iPhone and Google’s Android devices. At the end of 2010, the sales growth has increased by 17% and has remained steady till May this year with Windows Phone 7.

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Apple took it all?

It’s of no use to tell people what is bad and what is good. People are intelligent enough to find out that by their own. The one who rules the market takes it all. Ok let’s get off from this hide and seek game and get real. Jim Balsillie, the co-CEO,
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