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Microsoft is expecting that 40 percent of smartphones sold in 2012 will be based on its Windows Mobile operating system. No doubt it won't be resting on its laurels if it gets there, but open source-based platforms, particularly LiMo, are making rapid headway.

Published in Cornered!
Sunday, 11 May 2008 17:54

Nokia CEO flags shift into services

Less than 20 years ago the world's dominant cellphone manufacturer was making, amongst a host of other things, car tyres. Now it's shifting focus again, into services, and gearing up to take on Microsoft and Google.

Published in Cornered!
Thursday, 10 April 2008 14:41

Here comes the operatic Android

The Opera Mini mobile browser has been ported to the Google-backed Android mobile handset platform.

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