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Apple takes "biggest leap" with latest iPhone

Die-hard Apple fans who have just forked out for the iPad will need to dig deep, as the new iPhone is due to hit shops on June 24.   Apple will launch the device in the

Microsoft cuts Windows Phone Marketplace app submission fees

Microsoft announced a series of updates to its Windows Phone Marketplace application storefront, most notably slashing fees associated with the app submission process. In conjunction with their

Ballmer admits poor mobile effort, queries Android

Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer admits the company has “missed” opportunities, but questions Google’s strategy in running two operating systems.   He sa

Android, Windows square off in tablet arena

Tablet computing appears to be the latest white-hot battleground among the world's major computer, silicon and software makers, as companies including Intel, Qualcomm (NSYE:QCOM), Asustek, Microsoft,

Rodriguez to head Cisco's video group

Cisco has tapped former Microsoft executive Enrique Rodriguez to lead its Service Provider Video Technology Group (formerly known as Scientific Atlanta). Rodriguez was formerly corporate vice

Windows Phone 7's future looks bright--until the numbers are crunched

Ever have one of those weeks where nothing seems to go right? Microsoft knows all about it. Coming off a recent Gartner report stating that worldwide sales of smartphones running Google's Android

THE WRAP: The Foxconn suicides, an Apple milestone

This week, Apple hit another milestone, while Dell unveiled its first handheld device.  

News In Brief: Vodafone, Arcep, Nokia, Microsoft

Vodafone could have a bidding war on its hands ov

Microsoft CEO downplays Apple's lead in market value

At a press conference in India, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer dismissed questions about Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) surpassing Microsoft in market value. Analysts attribute the decline to Microsoft's inability

News In Brief: GSMA, NSN, Axell Wireless, TeliaSonera, Yahoo, Microsoft, Vodafone Global Enterprise

MVNO subscriptions in Latin America will grow at a CAGR of 28% to 6.6 million by 2013, due to