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Why HTML5 is in Trouble on the Mobile Front

HTML5 promises great things for smartphone developers, but is yet to deliver in full. That leaves developers with a tricky choice: to build for openness or go with what works now.

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Nokia's Turnaround Hopes Come to Focus with New Lumia Phones

CEO Stephen Elop is betting big on features such as its PureView camera and the generational shift in Windows to power Nokia's comeback. [Read more]...

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Special Report: Technology & Innovation: TV Makers Join Forces Against Smartphone Giants

For TV makers to hold back Apple and Google, both making steps to take a slice of the market, they have to develop a joint operating system.

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AV Test Lab Examines Android Security Programs

The AV-Comparatives test lab has examined 13 security programs for Android smartphones. As well as the core anti-virus features, the experts also checked the programs' adware recognition and effect on battery life.

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Enterprise Mobility: How Fast Can Development Go?

There's never been a better time to be a mobile developer, writes Forrester analyst Michael Facemire.

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