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2011-09-21 SOHO smartphone buying sees 44% growth
While the smartphone market shows strong growth in SOHO, non-smartphone unit purchases are set to decline, says In-Stat
2012-01-31 Samsung leads smartphone shipments for 2011
The South Korean electronics company has shipped 95 million smartphones in 2011, up 278 percent from 25 million in 2010.
2013-01-31 RIM arms self with BlackBerry 10 in smartphone battle
In a market ruled by Apple and Samsung, RIM is making the final charge in its struggle to become the third practical smartphone brand as well as the No. 3 mobile OS.
2002-05-27 Microsoft to port Smartphone OS to ARM-10
Microsoft Corp. is porting its Smartphone 2002 operating system for cellular phones to the ARM-10 processor architecture and is working with ARM-10 licensees to offer it in high-end cellphones based on the processor
2010-11-15 Blackberry to remain top enterprise mobile OS
ABI Research report indicates enterprise market to remain Blackberry turf
2013-05-20 Android, iOS retain mobile OS market share lead
The combined Android and iOS shipments for the first quarter of 2013 topped 92.3 per cent; Nokia posts biggest YoY gains.
2012-09-14 Android smartphone shipments to reach 1B in 2013
IHS revealed that worldwide annual unit shipments of Android phones will rise to 451 million in 2013, up from 357 million this year.
2012-08-01 Android smartphone market share in US drops to 56% in 2Q12
An analyst noted that Android remains the number one platform by volume in the U.S., but its market share is approaching a peak and Apple iOS has been gaining ground.
2011-11-09 Windows Phone to grab 25% of APAC's smartphone space
Enterprise shipments of Windows Phone smartphones in Asia Pacific will reach 1.1 million in 2016, a CAGR of 37 percent from the 236,000 it will reach at the end of this year.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2004-10-05 STMicro, Nokia to boost 3G smartphone market
STMicroelectronics and Nokia have expanded their cooperation into the area of Series 60 product creation.
2014-02-24 Spreadtrum, Mozilla to roll out $25 Firefox smartphone
Spreadtrum integrated its chipsets with reference designs for Mozilla's Firefox OS aims to bring Open Web Devices to the entry-level smartphone market.
2015-02-16 Spreadtrum chipset integrates Tizen OS
The Tizen operating system is now integrated with the Samsung Z1, Spreadtrum confirms in a news release. The Z1 runs the Tizen 2.3 OS and integrates Spreadtrum's SC7727S mobile chipset platform
2011-08-01 Smartphone sales to cross 1B by 2016
According to IMS Research, sales of smartphones will exceed 420 million devices in 2011, accounting for about 28 percent of the global handset market.
2016-04-19 Sensors, smartphone, cloud advance telemedicine tech
The ACT from LifeWatch AG consists of a small pendant with four cardiac electrodes and a smartphone programmed to be the data pre-processor and communications link to the company's monitoring centres
2011-10-21 Samsung, Google unveil Android 4.0 smartphone
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd launched its Galaxy Nexus, the first smartphone that uses Google Inc.'s Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) OS.
2005-10-10 Samsung releases new Symbian OS smartphones
Samsung has released two smartphones base don the Symbian platform and using chipsets from Texas Instruments, the companies announced Thursday.
2011-11-09 Samsung reigns in smartphone market
The smartphone market grew 42.6 percent in the third quarter with Samsung taking over the top spot, according to IDC
2004-02-04 PDA industry slides with smartphone's popularity
As smartphones and enhanced mobile phones gain popularity, PDA shipments are slipping with 11.5M units in 2003, a 5.3 percent decline from 2002.
2012-12-14 OS differentiation key to smartphone boom in 2013
Global smartphone market is expected to grow by 24.3% in 2013 as battle between OS providers continues to heat up.
2011-02-16 Nokia smartphone adopts Microsoft OS
Nokia announced plans to adopt Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 as its primary smartphone platform
2011-05-24 Mobile OS shakes applications processor market
A report from Strategy Analytics indicates that the mobile operating system landscape will face major applications processor market share ranking changes over the next 12 to 24 months.
2014-04-04 Microsoft engages in OS-for-free, Web data battles
Microsoft will offer Windows for free to wearable devices that connect to the Web, with a target to gain a foothold in user-generated data.
2005-06-28 Microsoft aims to lead smartphone market within three years
The chief of Microsoft's mobile and embedded division is promising something that seems counterintuitive: a complex suite of features in a smart phone that's cheap and easy to use and in so doing take the lead in the smartphone market within three years
2012-11-01 Low-cost smartphone shipments to double annually until 2016
Models with a selling price of less than $150, is a strong growth opportunity for the mobile phone industry, with shipments forecast to increase from 4.5 to 311 million within the period.
2005-07-08 LG to use Palm OS in smartphones
PalmSource, developer of the Palm OS, said it has licensed its platform to Korea's LG Electronics for use in that company's smartphones
2012-10-17 Jolla eager to join the smartphone circus
Comprised of Nokia's MeeGo N9 organisation, Jolla raised $258.8 million from a variety of telecommunications-industry players to use discarded Nokia Corp. technology.
2013-11-01 iOS smartphone market stagnant at 14% growth
ABI Research reported that smartphone shipment penetration was 56 per cent in Q3, setting a record high for the third consecutive quarter, while Windows Phone achieved 165 per cent growth YoY
2006-12-04 Emerging apps to fuel smartphone sales
Interest in emerging applications will drive future smartphone sales in China, India, Germany, the United States and United Kingdom, reported IDC
2003-02-06 Emblaze multimedia chip powers AlphaCell smartphone
AlphaCell Wireless Ltd has selected Emblaze Semiconductor Ltd's ER4521 multimedia chip to power its M5 smartphone
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