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Android now owns 39% of the smartphone market in the U.S. up 3% from the previous period measured by Nielsen. Apple controls 28%, which is up 2%.
Microsoft reportedly receives $5 every time HTC sells an Android phone, leading some observers to conclude that Microsoft makes more money from Android than its own Windows Phone 7 platform.
Sony Announces Optimally Designed "Sony Tablet" With Android 3.0 That Complements Network Services for an Immersive Entertainment Experience
Opinion piece by Brian Madden on why Android can be the client of clients in the next generation thinclient terminals.
Interactive Android based tablet with content management doubles as interface and as digital signage. At IES 2011 in Amsterdam next week. [video demo]
Sophisticated trojan targeting Android devices. Mobile malware coming into own.
|Woody Leonard/Infoworld commentary on upcoming Google Chrome OS and what it means. And what it means to Microsoft.|
Watching the decline of the current defacto handheld client is painful. Then again, even in our organization we look forward to the day that the BB server (and maintenance) can be eliminated, and we only have to focus on Exchange/et with ActiveSync/pop issues.
Google's Chrome OS — the operating system that moves all apps and data into a web browser — will provide remote access to "legacy PC applications" through a mystery process the company calls Chromoting, according to an email from a Google employee.
|Demo of new 7-inch Android tablet with touch screen. At Computex 2009 in Taipei. The android platform is going to be very interesting for a variety of devices.Link to video|