Streets Ahead Interview: Stefanie LePape

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This week we are pleased to feature Stefanie LePape in our “Streets Ahead” interview segment. Stefanie is also known as “Sanikdote” and “SLP” via Backspaces, Flickr and EyeEm and you can find the links to her accounts below. We first learned of Stefanie’s work over on Backspaces… and have been following her ever since. If … Read moreStreets Ahead Interview: Stefanie LePape

Android Still Leading The Way In SmartPhone Market Wars

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According to the latest report from comScore Inc, out of a surey of more than 30,000 US mobile subscribers, Google Android continued to gain ground in the smartphone market, reaching a whopping 41.8% market share. Apple are second with 27% and RIM comes in for a bronze with a 21.7% share. Meanwhile Microsoft sports a … Read moreAndroid Still Leading The Way In SmartPhone Market Wars

What Might Have Happened If Microsoft Had Bought Motorola?

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Unless you’ve had your head in the sand over the past 24 hours you would have heard that Google announced they will pay $12.5 billon for Motorola. But what you might not have heard was that Microsoft were also in the running but didn’t offer nearly as much cash. We all know, money talks, and … Read moreWhat Might Have Happened If Microsoft Had Bought Motorola?

Motorola Xoom Tablet Due In Stores February 17, 2011

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We can’t wait to get our hands on Motorola’s 7 inch tablet, many rumors have circulated about the timing for release of the Xoom. Motorola themselves have now confirmed that the tablet during the second half of 2011 although many analysys are giving a prediction date of February 17. A Wi-Fi only Xoom is also … Read moreMotorola Xoom Tablet Due In Stores February 17, 2011

Apple Is Killing The Mobile Phone Business

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According to a report in Fortune today, they state that despite Apple being the most profitable mobile company, this has come about largely due at the expense of Nokia, Sony Ericcson, LG and Motorola. Asymco’s Horace Dediu who put this data together said, "Will Android change this picture?" he asks rhetorically. "As I’ve argued before, … Read moreApple Is Killing The Mobile Phone Business

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