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Smartphone SoC Brings High-Speed Uplink to Low-End Phones

Broadcom announced an ARM11-based SoC (system-on-chip) intended to provide low- and mid-range smartphones with HSUPA (high-speed uplink packet access networking). Providing data uploads at up to 5.8Mbps, the BCM21553 runs Android or Windows Mobile, includes a & high performance 3D graphics core,&...
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Tough Calls Ahead for Google's Nexus One Plans

Google says it wants to change the way phones are sold with its Nexus One and Web store. To make that work, it needs to do a lot more in areas it rarely touches.
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Google Updates Apps for Smartphone Use

Google adds smartphone security features to mobile enterprise apps to make them more mobile IT-friendly. Is this a push to take on RIM in the workplace?
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Smartphone Shipments Hit New Record in 2009

Apple saw the largest growth, with iPhone shipments increasing 98 percent in the fourth quarter and 82 percent for the year, IDC reported Thursday.
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Symbian Source Released

The Symbian Foundation has announced that the source code release for Symbian is now complete. "All 108 packages containing the source code of the Symbian platform can n...
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