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Has Nokia displayed enough to win over developers?

While the recent changes in Nokia’s leadership may have unnerved some of the company’s longstanding supporters, the new CEO, the new version of Symbian and the new SDKs may tempt many developers back into the fold.

Keeping track of the global mobile superplayers

Wireless Intelligence announces the launch of the ‘Scoreboard’ operator ranking tool to track the progress of the industry’s largest mobile operator groups

ARMed and dangerous for Intel

The biggest impact of ARM’s new A15 is likely to be on the evolution of tablets and, particularly, netbook computers, which tend to use Intel’s Atom chips

Should vendors be one-stop shops or specialists?

Success in smartphones is the major hurdle to overcome

Freemium app developers will need speed and stamina

How much should app developers give away for nothing?

What is the point of bada?

The strategy behind Samsung’s home-grown smartphone platform looks less compelling with Android in the mix

The iPad is not simply a larger iPhone

Blowing up iPhone apps to fill the iPad screen not only looks weird, but organisations are failing to capitalise on the rich user experience the iPad delivers. And now is the perfect time to be developing iPad apps.

Growing pains in the mobile app industry

Launch of Microsoft’s Bing search app for Android is indicative of changing industry pressures.

Will the new iPod Touch curb smartphone demand?

Ops must ensure networks are good enough to convince people that compromising on mobile connectivity is a false economy

Intel To Infineon and beyond!

The US$1.4B deal is a good acquisition for Intel as it will enable it to better compete in the fast growing smartphone, Internet device and embedded markets.