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A Google Branded Phone Is on the Way
Nov 18, 2009 (Updated Nov 20, 2009) Cellpex, United States, Ohio - admin

Michael Arrington submits: The debate over Droid v. iPhone rages on, but lots more Android surprises are on the way. Get ready for the Google Phone. It’s no longer a myth, it’s real.The next    

Can Dell Compete in the Smartphone Arena? submits: Dell Inc. (DELL), one of the world’s leading computer manufacturers, has decided to start manufacturing its smartphone device. The company has zeroed in on Brazil as the first manuf    

Sale of Motorola unit could have implications for handset division
Nov 12, 2009 (Updated Nov 20, 2009) Cellpex, United States, Ohio - admin

Several new organizations, led by a report in the Wall Street Journal, have said that Motorola is considering selling its Home and Networks Mobility unit for about4.5 billion. The sale of the unit could have im    

Report: Apple passes Nokia in handset profitability
Nov 11, 2009 (Updated Nov 20, 2009) Cellpex, United States, Ohio - admin

Not only can Apple make a compelling smartphone, it also can make a profitable one. According to research firm Strategy Analytics, Apple surpassed Nokia for the first time in the third quarter to become the mos    

How to be succesful on Cellpex
Nov 11, 2009 (Updated Jun 13, 2011) Cellpex, United States, Ohio - admin

Building a reputation will be your foundation towards success.It’s a fact now that the future of trading is on-line. In this article we would like to share some tips about how to become successful on     1 comment(s)

Yesterday's blockbusters are today's retired phones

The handset industry is developing at an incredibly fast past. New features and operating systems are being introduced at a dizzying clip. In this environment, some handsets are clearly going to be left behind.    

Samsung enters open mobile OS market

Samsung Electronics, better known for its mobile phones, has decided to launch its own open mobile operating system, called "bada," which can be used to develop applications for Sams    

Nokia may recall 14 million chargers

Nokia said it may replace up to 14 million phone chargers for free. The chargers, which were made by a third-party manufacturer, can  come apart and cause electric shock. The company said it is not awa    

How Apple and iPhone Blew It in China

Shaun Rein of the China Market Research Group submits: This commentary originally appeared in Forbes. Rumor has it that only 5,000 iPhones have been sold in China since the device's Oct. 30 debut. What hap    

Motorola's Droid Comes in Peace - For Now

Carl Howe (Blackfriars Communications) submits: It seems like these aren’t the Droids they were looking for. Having blogged about the Apple iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPhone 3GS launches, I walked up to t