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HTC is the "top supplier" of Android phones worldwide, the company says at Qualcomm's Uplinq confab, but it remains committed to Windows Phone 7.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop tells Qualcomm's Uplinq conference why the Finnish cell phone manufacturer sided with Microsoft, not Google.
The chipmaker looks to help developers build wireless streaming capabilities into their iOS and Android applications.
Redmond finds an unlikely advocate cheering for its success in the smartphone wars: Marc Andreessen, whose Netscape once upon a time was done in by Microsoft and the IE browser.
Qualcomm will collaborate with Microsoft on the next version of Windows as readies a new generation of chips for smartphones and tablets.
Start sharpening your credit cards tablet fans, because the HP TouchPad will be available for pre-orders in the UK on 19 June for delivery in mid-July, starting at £399.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the market is speculating that Samsung could be close to bidding for the purchase of Nokia. Samsung told Dow Jones that it wouldn't comment on that rumor.
Hewlett-Packard demonstrates its upcoming TouchPad tablet running Flash video. The demo is impressive and gives HP a feature the iPad doesn't have.
Nokia made Windows Phone its OS of choice after giving up on "crufty" Symbian because joining the Android hordes "felt like giving in", said CEO Stephen Elop.
WebOS, the operating system that powers the HP Pre 3 and HP TouchPad, could end up on non-HP devices, according to one of the company's execs.