While Apple and Google enjoy success at the top, RIM and Microsoft are left trying to define their place in the smartphone world. IMHO, Microsoft has the advantage.
Now that RIM, Nokia and Microsoft have new smartphones to challenge Apple and Google, a question of platform investment comes into play. At what point do consumers feel they've spent too much on mobile apps for one device to keep th... Read Post
Research In Motion's BlackBerry line fell to the third spot in the U.S. smartphone market in April as Apple's iPhone moved into number two behind Google's Android phones, according to a new report. BlackBerry phones have been second... Read Post