Steve Jobs Talks About iPad’s Success & Domination at Today’s Keynote

If you’ve been following our coverage of Apple’s keynote this morning, you’ll already know that rumors Steve Jobs would present the event are true. And the first thing on Steve’s agenda, as is common at these events, is to talk about Apple’s success, noting that its iPad has over 90% … Read the Full Story →

NY Times Says No iPhone Nano, But Cheaper iPhone on its Way

Despite recent reports that suggest Apple is working on a smaller version of its iPhone, “people briefed on Apple’s plans” have told the New York Times that although the company is looking into offering a cheaper model of the device, it will not be smaller than the current size. One … Read the Full Story →

Apple Working on Smaller, Cheaper iPhone to Compete with Android?

In an effort to compete with the large selection of Android smartphones in the current market, it has been suggested that Apple is working on a smaller, cheaper version of iPhone (nano?) which would be available without the need to sign up for a contract. The Bloomberg report published today … Read the Full Story →

Android 3.0 ‘Entirely for Tablet’ Honeycomb [Video]

Last year’s CES was dubbed the ‘CES of the tablet’ by many, and with so many being shown off this week, 2011 doesn’t look to be any different. The most interesting to many including yours truly is a video showing off Google’s upcoming tablet-specific version of Android dubbed Honeycomb. Pushing … Read the Full Story →

Gingerbread Ported to iPhone 3G [Hack]

We’ve reported on Android being crammed onto an iPhone before, but now hackers have upped the ante with Gingerbread being ported over. Just like past hacks, this version of Google’s Android 2.3 is only available for installation on an iPhone 3G and is based on the existing iDroid system. That’s … Read the Full Story →

Google (GOOG) CEO Eric Schmidt Says Android is not Fragmented

There’s nothing iPhone fans like to throw at Android users more than the good old fragmentation argument. With so many manufacturers using the open-source Android operating system and building their own hardware as they see fit, the issue of a fragmented development environment has been thrown at Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) on a … Read the Full Story →

Install Android on your iPhone 2G or 3G Using Cydia [Jailbreak]

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Around 7 months ago there was a flurry of videos on YouTube of people jailbreaking and installing Android on their iPhone. Some were fake, but eventually a real one emerged. And Hacker “planetbeing” showed us all an iPhone 2G running Android! David Wong even showed us a way to dual … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPhone Tops in Shipments, But Android Holds 44% of Smartphone Market

Despite stealing the title for best-selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2010, Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone only holds 26.2% of the market, whereas devices running Google’s Android software hold a commanding 44%. New data released by Canalys today shows that Apple took the top spot as best-selling smartphone vendor in the … Read the Full Story →

Sony PSP phone – Specs and Photos [PlayStation]

Sony PSP Phone

The PSP Phone took one step closer to reality recently when Engadget posted photos of what appears to be an early prototype of a Sony Ericsson handset featuring PSP-style controls. Rumors of a PSP branded phone have been around for a while, and given these new photos it looks like … Read the Full Story →

Android Surpasses Apple’s iPhone in Recent US Sales

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During the six months leading up to August of this year smartphone handset sales break down like this: Android : 32% iPhone : 25% Blackberry : 26% While Apple’s iPhone market share has held steady, Android’s has grown. Overall the iPhone’s install base has actually grown slightly to 29%, and … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iOS reaches all-time best, Android still far behind in web share

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The guys over at Net Applications recently released some interesting information about various operating systems, both mobile and desktop, and how they compare to each other with regards to web share. Apple’s iOS platform, with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices combined, rose to 1.18% of all web usage. When … Read the Full Story →