Verizon Droid Does Android 2.1

After a lengthy wait and at least one delay, Verizon today began to push out the Android 2.1 update to its Motorola Droid customers. The update includes many feature I've enjoyed since January -- multitouch and voice-to-text support just to name a few features.…

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Stat Shot: How the iPhone Changed the Handset Market

The change in the mobile phone market caused by the introduction of Apple's iPhone has slightly cut the profits for the handset industry overall, but has most severely affected Nokia and Sony Ericsson, while boosting Research in Motion, according to data released today from Deutsche Bank.…

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How Microsoft Can Get Back in the Mobile Game

LG, like many of its fellow manufacturers, is shifting its focus toward Android and away from Windows Mobile. As Microsoft scrambles to churn out the newest version of its mobile operating system, we offer some ideas to get back in the game.…

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Google's Web Store Is Today's Mobile Disruption

Forget the phone. The big news out of Google today wasn't the Nexus One, but the web store that the company created as a way to get a certain class of Android devices it calls superphones into consumers' hands and gain some control over the OS.…

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Motorola LTE: It's Not Dead Yet!

[qi:gigaom_icon_lte] Just three days after an analyst questioned Motorola’s (s mot) ability to win any business selling Long Term Evolution equipment (something…

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