3 years ago
At long, long last.
Think Android, but on a budget.
The world’s most popular e-reader app is heading WP7-wards.
All change for Apple and BlackBerry at the top of the smartphone tree.
Samsung improves its tablet’s prospects in the nascent slate market.
Jonathan Leggett - 29th October 2010
Rovio hints campaign medals are on the way for Android Angry Birds.
Not least among them the same, gorgeous Super AMOLED from the Samsung Galaxy S.
Sounds like a very definite ‘maybe’ to us.
Android was a more than worthwhile investment, says Google exec.
Dew Alam - 28th October 2010
Where Apple goes, others follow. Joe Minihane looks at how iOS will impact on rival...
Joe Minihane - 28th October 2010
It’s not just a one-off. They’ll be regular updates, it seems.
Jonathan Leggett - 28th October 2010
HTC gearing for a third new Android handset?
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Wow. Pure link-bait garbage.