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Microsoft might be trying to become more like Apple, or maybe it just wants more influence over its manufacturing partners, says Nicholas Kolakowski
Apple’s Steve Jobs blames everybody but his company for the iPhone 4's antenna problems. Without contrition, users will look elsewhere, says Wayne Rash
Microsoft had little to say on security at its Worldwide Partner Conference. Larry Walsh thinks it should build security into its cloud message
Apple's dismissive announcement shows the same mindset as General Motors towards complaints, says P J Connolly: shut up and buy more stuff
Whatever Apple says at its antenna press conference, Don Reisinger can give you ten reasons why the company will have to recall the iPhone 4
Google's open approach for Android apps is up against the tight control of Apple. Tom Jowitt asks, can they both be right?
Fans of Nokia see it otherwise, but Nokia's efforts to pack features in phones limit rather than broaden the appeal, says Peter Judge
Suddenly with its acquisition of Palm, HP could go from zero to hero in smartphones, by concentrating on the enterprise, says Wayne Rash.
Nokia says the N8 will be the last N-series phone to use Symbian. Tom Jowitt asks what next for the open source mobile OS?
In 1984, Apple's advert took a sledgehammer to old thinking. This time around, Android is swinging a hammer at the iPhone, says Wayne Rash
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