News Mobility

Jobs Misses Apple’s WDC Conference

The number of iPhone and iTouch users continues to spiral up despite the recession: from 1 million active users in 2002 to 25m in 2007 to an estimated 75m in 2009

Open Source SugarCRM Goes Mobile

SugarCRM, which produces an open-source customer relationship management software platform, added platform improvements and boosted mobile features

How Do Phones Go Green?

You can improve the manufacture of phones – and then there’s the problems of chargers and recycling

Early Review In For Palm Pre

Palm Pre, the smartphone that Palm hopes will revive its ailing fortunes and provide a viable smartphone competitor to Apple’s iPhone and Research In Motion’s BlackBerry, was reviewed by The Boy Genius Report

Google Hands Out “Donut” Android 2.0

At its recent Google I/O developer conference, Google dished out a preview demo of “Donut,” the 2.0 version of the Android mobile operating system with new features such as speech-to-text

How to solve the eWaste issue

It’s no good wringing our hands over eWaste. The answer is simple if we have the political will to outlaw all dumping of electronic waste, says Tony Roberts of Computer Aid International

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