Telecommunications Industry News
Research In Motion plans to offer a number of dual-core BlackBerry devices in the future, according to one of its chief executives.
Wind Mobile has announced plans to offer the BlackBerry Bold 9780 at an outright cost of $450, about $50 cheaper than other Canadian carriers such as Telus Mobility and Bell.
Google Android has overtaken Apple's iOS to become the second most popular mobile operating system among American smartphone users.
TomTom, Europe's leading manufacturer of navigation devices, announced today that its VIA Series automotive GPS units will soon be available in North America.
Support for Adobe Flash will cause Research In Motion's forthcoming Playbook tablet device to trail the Apple iPad in terms of battery life, according to Kaufman Bros. analyst, Shaw Wu.
Thousands of iPhone 4 users around the world inadvertently slept in today and yesterday, due to a New Year's software glitch affecting the device's alarm clock function.
French consumer electronics manufacturer, Archos, has added two new and improved products to its line of Android-based tablet computing devices.
LG Electronics is working on what is thought to be the world's slimmest smartphone, according to a leak on the mobile technology blog, Phandroid.
'Apple iPad' and 'Google Android' were among the most 'tweeted' terms this year, holding the fourth and fifth place spots on Twitter's annual trends list.
American cell phone carrier, MetroPCS, is making a new Android-based smartphone, the Huawei Ascend, available for $179 on a prepaid basis.
Bell Mobility has confirmed the release of a new Research In Motion smartphone, the BlackBerry Style 9670.
Canada's leading newspaper publisher, Postmedia Network, has launched Apple iPad apps for ten of its local papers.
Published by TeleClick Enterprises
Edited by Jeremy Maddock