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Gosling said that Sun was "wronged" by Google and that Oracle is right to sue Google for the way it used Java code in Android.
Smart phones packing Intel's new Atom Medfield processors are due, its CEO explains, but what form these phones will take isn't clear.
According to one analyst, the company is currently developing a Kindle Phone with a view to launching in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Cisco Systems sees big opportunity for its new tablet PC that focuses exclusively on business users.
Nokia's CEO, Stephen Elop, has Android firmly in his sights as he discusses his company's new partnership with Microsoft and dismisses Apple's mobile strategy.
Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace may not have the massive volume of some of its competitors, but research firm IDC predicts it won't be that way for long.
Chip manufacturing wizard Intel is planning to bring its Atom line of processors -- best known for powering the most recent netbooks -- to smart phones in the second half of 2011.
It may not be as major as iOS 4.2, but this upcoming update should make it easier for publishers to offer their content on iPhones and iPads.
Who deserves credit for being the big heavies in open-source business? eWeek has a good list.
Google has unveiled its first stab at consumer electronics--the Nexus One smartphone. Check this space for live updates.