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  • Sales of Google's Android beating iPhone in 2010, Nielsen says

     
    Google-powered Android phones have outsold Apple's iPhone in the U.S. this year, according to a report to be released Monday by the Nielsen Co. Among consumers who purchased a smartphone in the first half of 2010, 27% opted for Android phones, compared...
  • RIM rolls out BlackBerry Torch with touch screen and slide-out keyboard

     
    After creating a few sparks in the touch-screen arena, Research in Motion is burning its old e-mail-centric formula and focusing on a more fully featured BlackBerry Torch smart phone. The Torch marries RIM's thumb-loving keyboards with a 3.2-inch touch...
  • Google speaks to Android fans with new voice recognition feature

     
    Google unveiled a voice recognition feature Thursday for the latest Android phones. Google hopes the new feature will fuel sales of Android phones, which already are soaring in popularity in the United States, surpassing Apple’s iPhone. Android phones...
  • RIM releases BlackBerry Torch, looking to gain clout in the touch-screen phone market

     
    The newest smart phone from Research in Motion, called the BlackBerry Torch, went on sale Thursday. It costs $200 and is available exclusively on AT&T. Also on Thursday, research firm Gartner said sales of smart phones running Google's Android software......
  • BlackBerry Torch video review

     
    Research in Motion's BlackBerry Torch went on sale Thursday, and I've been testing the device for the last week or so. It's the first BlackBerry with a touch screen and a physical keyboard. The Torch costs $200 with a two-year contract and is available...
  • BlackBerry Torch sales not looking so hot

     
    Research in Motion and AT&T call their new BlackBerry Torch smart-phone "the best BlackBerry ever," but customers don't seem to agree. That's despite best efforts by online retailer Amazon.com, which sells the 5-day-old product for $100 with a two-year...
  • Many Google sites still not very mobile friendly

     
    Google has quickly become a leader in the mobile industry, but about a dozen of its own products still haven't followed that lead. The Google.com search page, Gmail client and YouTube are among the most-used websites by smart phone owners. Beyond those,...
  • BlackBerry maker RIM takes on iPad with PlayBook tablet

     
    In one of the first frontal assaults on Apple's increasingly popular iPad tablet computer, smartphone titan Research in Motion on Monday announced a pad of its own. The new 7-inch device, called the PlayBook, will be released in early 2011 -- and it...
  • Scrabble is a Kindle bestseller. Is the e-reader getting game-y?

     
    Are the days of knowing the Kindle as a dedicated e-reader over? On Sept. 24, Scrabble for Kindle launched. On Wednesday, the $4.99 Kindle Scrabble -- created by Electronic Arts for Hasbro Inc. -- was the No. 2 bestseller in......
  • Microsoft unveils Windows Phone 7 handsets, due in AT&T stores Nov. 8

     
    Microsoft Corp., hoping to reestablish itself as a serious competitor in the smartphone market, unveiled the first handsets that will run on its new mobile operating system Windows Phone 7. AT&T customers will get their Windows Phone 7 offerings before......
  • First impression: Windows Phone 7 looks promising

     
    Microsoft is re-entering the already crowded smart phone market with a new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7. LG, HTC, Dell and other manufacturers will begin rolling out phones running the new OS on Nov. 8. Initially, five phones will......