Samsung Leading Android Smartphone Sales in the US

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Samsung has increased its lead in the US smart phone market to an impressive 32.1% of all Android OS powered phones. Last year around this time, Samsung had less than 10% of the US Android market. What’s the reason for all of this success? A lot of it is probably due to the Samsung Galaxy ...

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Skyfire Pulls Itself from iTunes Store Because of Service Disruption

  The highly anticipated Skyfire app has been pulled from Apple’s iTunes Store by its developer because of disruption to its service that allows iPhone owners to view streaming Flash videos on their smartphone. Skyfire launched on the app store yesterday, a day ahead of schedule but the sheer influx of users quickly slowed video streaming ...

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Vimeo and Yahoo! Say Yes to HTML5

Both Vimeo and Yahoo! have bitten the bullet and rolled out HTML5 support. So what does this mean? It means that they want iPhones, iPads and iPod touch users to be able to use their stuff. While Yahoo! has had HTML5 support for it’s email system for the iPhone for a little bit now, its ...

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BlackBerry OS 6 Web Browser Beats Apple’s Mobile Safari in Test

It has been a very long time in coming, but the BlackBerry might just be getting the best mobile web browser ever designed. Engadget has run an HTML5 test on BlackBerry OS 6’s redesigned web browser and the results are astonishing. Research In Motion (RIM) got it right and OS 6 scored a 208 out ...

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What Does HTML5 Mean for Apple’s App Store?

Apple’s iTunes-based App Store for its popular iOS powered devices might lose some wind out of its very powerful sails in the next couple of years according the Atlantic. The reason why? HTML5 is on the way and promises to implement many of the same features—on any supporting platform—that have rocketed the iPhone to popularity ...

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