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June 28, 2009, 4:37 pm — By

Reuters claims that Palm Inc. had a narrower quarterly loss than expected, due to the launch of the Pre smartphone, thus proving that the handset was a real success. As a follow-up to the news, the company’s shares rose more than 14%. Palm Pre competes with the likes of the iPhone and BlackBerry smartphones and,...

June 16, 2009, 9:49 am — By

Rumour’s out that Dell is planning to buy Palm, according to a Wall Street Journal article. Dell has publicly stated that it intends to make a couple of acquisitions, after selling $1 billion in bonds. Could a service-related acquisition be the solution for the company? Chances are quite slim that Dell will ever...

December 10, 2008, 7:28 am — By

Things are looking up for Motorola in 2008, if we can call the current situation “up”, but the future doesn’t seem so bright for Moto. The analysts’ projection show that the American manufacturer will provide 21% of all phones that reach the consumer market in the US. It’s a decent percentage,...

December 4, 2008, 9:56 am — By

Nokia downgraded its Q4 market outlook yesterday, claiming that the issues of the handset industry have caused their expectations to be lowered. This is the second time that biggest mobile phone maker in the world downgrades its outlook in the last months. The previous estimate of the Finnish company was that it’ll...

November 22, 2008, 12:59 pm — By

The analysts from J. Gold Associates estimate that we’ll be seeing twice as more business apps on smartphones than on notebooks over the following 3 years. This move will be fueled by the fact that smartphones will be bought more than notebooks in the future. These results were obtained after analysing the data of...

November 5, 2008, 7:29 am — By

The recent economic depression left its mark not only on the average buyer, but also on the companies that seemed to be doing just fine till now. FBR Research claims that Apple might be cutting its iPhone 3G production by 40% in Q4, as people will start spending less while waiting for the economy to get back on track. We...