Smartphones show an increasing presence in the US mobile device market, occupying 7 of the top spots (Oct 2010).
Consumers are increasingly using digital devices on the high street to give store feedback, check stock levels and check that they are getting the best deals, according to new research.
Mobile accessories retailer Mobile Fun, has found that Dot Gloves for Capacitive Touch Screens have been a great seller during the Winter months; particularly during the cold snap over Christmas.
Mobile phone maker HTC is set to unveil two new Facebook-branded handsets as part of a deal with the social networking site next month, according to a news report.City AM reports that the tie-up will be announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.
The first iPhone app enabling people to receive train tickets directly to their iPhone has launched in the UK.
Bookmaker William Hill has launched a brand new Android app for its mobile customers.
Propery site Zoopla has launched an augmented reality app for users of Android powered smartphones, letting users search for property listings on the move.
With cloud computing, smartphones and video-on-demand on the rise, companies are turning to outsourced solutions for their technology at a greater rate. Aditi Technologies, a provider of software product and application development services, shares its opinion on the top few technology outsourcing trends for 2011.
Google’s Android operating system ran on 40% of US smartphones purchased in the six months leading up to November, compared to just 27% using Apple’s iPhone operating system, according to new data.
Smartphone maker HTC has launched a UK division dedicated to support smartphone use within the business environment.