There has been quite a bit of selective leaking to the tech press this week, either from Apple, Verizon Wireless or Microsoft. First came a report in USA Today that Apple was considering making a
Microsoft is in discussions with Verizon Wireless to produce a touchscreen multimedia phone running its Windows Mobile platform as a rival to Apple's iPhone, according to a report in the Wall Street
President Obama will soon have unfettered BlackBerry access thanks to software developed by Genesis Key and Research In Motion. According to The Washington Times, the president shortly will be able
It looks like Microsoft won't be unveiling Windows Mobile 6.5 on May 11 after all. As reported last week, a Windows Mobile Team Blog entry indicated Microsoft planned to take the wraps off the
While attendance at the 2009 NAB Show was down about 20 percent from 2008, according to NAB figures, the show floor was still buzzing. A number of online video companies were present and talking
Microsoft announced it will formally introduce its Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system May 11 in conjunction with its Tech-Ed 2009 event in Los Angeles. According to the Windows Mobile Team Blog,
A new job advertisement posted on the Microsoft website strongly suggests the software giant is seeking to introduce over-the-air software updates to its Windows Mobile operating system.
The US baseball season has begun, this time without Microsoft Silverlight.
Canadian telco TV service provider MTS Allstream last week followed through on an agreement forged almost 15 months ago with supplier partners Alcatel-Lucent and Microsoft by launching
Whose profile is rising: BlackBerry App World. To the surprise of absolutely no one, Research In Motion officially unveiled its BlackBerry App World virtual storefront in conjunction with president