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Interview: Microsoft on the enterprise iPhone

FierceWireless' sister publication CIO:TechWatch recently sat down with Adam Glick, Technical Product Manager for Microsoft's Exchange group, to discuss Microsoft's deal with Apple for licensing its

Microsoft at work on new mobile web browser?

A recent BusinessWeek feature reports Microsoft is redoubling its mobile efforts to compete with the success of rival Apple's iPhone--Microsoft mobile communications business GM Scott Horn denies the

Dell smartphone launch imminent?

Analysts are once again clamoring for Dell to launch a smartphone soon. Strategy Analytics' director of

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Analyst: Dell to launch smartphone soon

Analysts are once again clamoring for Dell to launch a smartphone soon. Strategy Analytics' director of

iPhone owners big users of data

According to a new survey from M:Metrics, 85 percent of iPhone owners in January searched the Internet for news and information, making the slick device the most popular handheld device for wireless

The iPhone gets pwned

  When Apple released its iPhone SDK a few weeks back, the computing giant also introduced the App Store, which will serve as the exclusive platform for all iPhone application distribution. Asked

Apple patent points to flip iPhone

While patenting a concept for a phone and mulling whether to take that design to market are worlds apart, Engadget Mobile has got the rumor mill buzzing after posting images from a recent Apple

Microsoft licenses Flash

Adobe's Flash player is emerging as the dominant mobile standard for mobile video after Microsoft and Adobe inked a licensing deal this week. The deal follows similar agreements with Nokia and

Google: Android will outsell iPhone

Google's manager of mobile platforms told attendees at the Emerging Communications Conference that the forthcoming mobile phones running on Android are more flexible than Apple's proprietary handsets