Steve-subar
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The most significant enabler of mobile innovation in 2011 will be virtualisation, according to OK Labs' Steve Subar

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Android runs on tablets, so why is Google pressing on with its plans for Chrome OS? Tom Jowitt has the answers

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pjconnolly

This year, Apple looked clumsy. Next year, it has three big products to redeem itself, says P J Connolly

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Wayne Rash
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Acer’s recent announcement of its new Android and Windows 7 tablets looks set to make the tablet market even more competitive.

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On by Peter Judge 0

A phone for technophobes might be an interesting idea, but any suggestion that smartphones are declining is pure fantasy, says Peter Judge

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Wayne Rash
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Consumers can now choose from a range of tablets, many of which cost less and can do at least as much as the Apple iPad, says Wayne Rash

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As consumer devices merge with business, BlackBerry ought to come out on top - but something's awry, says Peter Judge

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nicholaskolakowski

Google's decision to offer a search app for Windows Phone 7 just as Microsoft launches its new smartphone platform could cause friction, says Nicholas Kolakowski

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HP is working on getting Palm's new WebOS-based products to market, but where will WebOS sit in today's crowded smartphone market, asks Jack E. Gold

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andrewgarcia

Enterprises need to re-evaluate their Wi-Fi networks as the wave of new 802.11n-enabled mobile devices make their way onto the network, says Andrew Garcia

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