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iPad to Face Greater Challenges for Market Share, Says Analyst

The iPad will see increasing competition not just from 7-inch tablets but potentially from new touch-screen Ultrabooks, forecasts a Citi analyst. [Read more]...

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Samsung: The only Android Smartphone Maker that Matters

The latest smartphone figures from analyst firm comScore show that Samsung is pretty much the only Android phone maker that matters.

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Q4 Smartphone Shipments Reflect Android and Samsung Momentum

Market researchers at Canalys, which tracks mobile phone shipments in more than 50 countries, have just published their shipment estimates for Q4 of 2012, and the results show that it's an Android-powered world. According to the report, the worldwide smartphone market grew 37% in 2012. Android smart phones accounted for 34% of all phone shipments and iOS phones 11%. Clearly, Android is making its mark. 

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7 Essential Predictions For Mobile Apps In The Enterprise

The booming mobile applications market is a hot topic right now at many a water cooler in Silicon Valley and beyond. I've toiled in the mobile market since 2007 and in those  years I've witnessed more than my fair share of changes - some entirely predictable - others not so much. Relying on the wisdom that comes with a decade-plus in the business, I'd like to offer a few educated guesses as to what's next in enterprise mobile apps. 

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Low-Power $25 Raspberry Pi Model A Edges into Arduino Territory

That stripped-down "Model A" version of the open source Raspberry Pi is just now reaching customers, creating the potential for a new wave of low-cost, battery-powered gadgets from robots to surveillance balloons and WiFi-connected remote sensors. The unbeatable price and under 2-Watt power consumption furthers the overlap with microcontroller-based boards like the Arduino, and should tempt more Arduino hackers to try out Pi designs.

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