Apple vs. Google: Who Will Own the Tech World?

Fox News - 16 Aug, 2011
Apple plans to build 26 million iPhone 5s in the second half of 2011, reports suggest, and will ship nearly 100 million phones this year. Yet over 5 million people worldwide bought Samsung's Google-powered flagship phone in the first 85 days it was on ...

Google CEO On Why He Bought Motorola

Wall Street Journal (blog) - Ben Rooney - 16 Aug, 2011
Since its launch in November 2007, Android has not only dramatically increased consumer choice but also improved the entire mobile experience for users. Today, more than 150 million Android devices have been activated worldwideâ€"with over ...

15 million more Android devices activated worldwide

PanARMENIAN.Net - 16 Aug, 2011
PanARMENIAN.Net - When Google announced its acquisition of Motorola on August 15, it also stated that more than 150 million Android devices have been activated worldwide with over 550000 devices now lit very day in 123 countries. ...

Cloud CIO: What 'Consumerization of IT' Really Means to CIOs

CIO India - Bernard Golden - 16 Aug, 2011
The latest trend (or over-hyped term, if you like) is "consumerization of IT." As with cloud computing, the term is somewhat ambiguous and is applied to a number of things that are recognizably related, but which differ in details. ...

Android powers 150 million devices worldwide

TweakTown - 16 Aug, 2011
Google didn't just have news today of purchasing Motorola for $12.5 billion, Larry Page also announced that Android has a total of 150 million (that's 150000000!!) activated devices worldwide. That's up from the 130 million mark that they hit last ...

15 Reasons To Use Your Apple iPhone

Business 2 Community - 16 Aug, 2011
I don't know if you have noticed but there is a global war that has broken out and it is not in Afghanisatan or Iraq. It is taking place in courtrooms and boardrooms around the world. Apple has had court injunctions temporarily blocking Samsung selling ...

Googmoto: The Pessimist's View

Technologizer - Harry McCracken - 16 Aug, 2011
Yes, there's a chance that Google could pull off a miracle here and transform the Motorola Mobility business into a direct competitor of Apple'sâ€"in which Google gets not only Android distribution, ...

Apple Envisions Robust iPhone Growth Ahead

NewsFactor Network - Mark Long - 16 Aug, 2011
About 25 million next-generation iPhones could be sold by year's end, according to Apple's Taiwan-based suppliers. For the last half of 2011, more than 43 million iPhones could be delivered to end users. With strong growth in the global ...

BACKGROUND: Android's meteoric rise to smartphone summit

Monsters and Critics.com - 16 Aug, 2011
San Francisco - When Google acquired a stealth startup called Android in 2005 the move made few waves outside the boardrooms of the two companies. But the deal signaled the plans of the online search giant to extend its dominance from the PC to the ...

Android now on 150M devices

Bizjournals.com - 16 Aug, 2011
Google Inc. 's Android mobile operating system is now on 150 million devices around the world. The number is up from 130 million devices one month ago, with 550000 new activations per day. Apple said last month that it has sold 222 million devices to ...

150 Million Android Devices Now Activated Worldwide, With 550000 More Being ...

Android Police - John Thompson - 16 Aug, 2011
That figure is up a whopping 20 million on last month's 130 million, with the post also mentioning that an additional 550000 units are being activated every day across 123 countries (though we already knew that). With these numbers, there's no doubt ...

Android Now On 150 Million Devices Worldwide

TechCrunch - 16 Aug, 2011
Jason Kincaid currently works as a writer at TechCrunch. He grew up in Danville, California and later relocated to UCLA in Los Angeles, California, where he studied biology with a minor in 'Society and Genetics'. ...

Fishing Knots made easy with Android and iOS apps

Product Reviews - Gary Johnson - 16 Aug, 2011
There has always been a lot of tech involved with the past time and sport of fishing, and now as things develop this technology is changing. Now it's not just having the best rods and fishing reels as mobile technology can give something different for ...

CEO Larry Page blogs on why Google's buying Motorola Mobility

Computerworld - John Cox - 16 Aug, 2011
Network World - In a company blog post up early Monday, Google CEO Larry Page lays out the rationale for his software company to pay $12.5 billion for a leading maker of Android-based smartphones and tablets. Google's purchase of Motorola ...

 

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