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Media analyst Nielsen has revealed new figures this week showing that games are the applications used most by smartphone owners in the US, followed by weather apps and social networking.
The newspaper will not print letters from climate-change deniers, saying the matter is not opinion-based.
New data out of Nielsen suggests that we've officially reached the tipping point for smartphone adoption.
Apple responds to claims it is infringing on Nokia's handset patents, by accusing the Finnish phone maker of copying 13 of its smartphone technologies.
Android's market share has shot up since the start of the year, catapulting them to the most popular smart phone OS in the US over the last six months, according to Catalys
It's not all Facebook, Facebook, Facebook.
Tommy Silverman, founder of Tommy Boy Records, says not really. Jeff Price, CEO of TuneCore, says he's using the wrong metrics. Who's right?
Very useful e-mail autofiling service is the core of a scary-smart consumer behavior analysis business.
Coverage changes and higher prices aren't the only possible consequences of T-Mobile-AT&T merger. Some customers may find that the combined carrier no longer offers service in their area.
The authors Guild might be afraid of the robotic voice of the Kindle, but Wil Wheaton sure isn't. Neilsen lays a bombshell with the news that job search sites have increased traffic because of, you guessed it, these troubled times. And Hearst is planning