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Full Apple ipad Keynote (5 of 9)

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January 27, 2010 — Apple released the ipad at their “Come see our Latest Creation” keynote. the ipad was the main and only focus of the event. Unfortunately the Macbook Pro did not get an update :’( Tags: Apple official announcement news big day wwdc 2010 2009 new tablet rumors fact release date macrumors iphone 4g iwork imovie ipad ipod iphone capacitive shuffle classic touch nano mac imac macbook pro update ifail iplod camera mac mini macbook air apple tv osx os ten snow leopard software games magic mouse wifi 3g 3g 3gs ibook ibookstore itunes app store imac 27 inch 21.5 flicker Mac air powerbook g1 g2 g3 g4 g5 steve jobs return random tags to get more views lol.

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What cell phone carriers have high speed internet for their phones?

My cell contract has just expired and I’m looking for a new one. I want a provider that has high speed internet so I can access pandora.com, google traffic, and watch TV, plus I need a smartphone with Windows Mobile for work.

If you have the cost and whether or not there is a data cap, that would be great. I’ve looked all around online but can’t find a simple comparison…

What cell phone carriers have high speed internet for their phones?


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What type of soldering iron is good for Xbox 360 LED mods?

If I want to swap the existing smd 0603 led lights on my xbox 360 console or controller what is a good soldering iron to use?

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Google Android Is Apple iPhone's Biggest Threat: Report

When it comes to smartphones, Apple’s iPhone may be top of mind, but mobile devices with Google Android guts pose the biggest threat to Jobs and co.

According to a new market research study from Google-owned AdMob, the iPhone held about a 50 percent share of the global operating system (OS) market for smartphone devices browsing the internet in February 2010. While that statistic may not be surprising, AdMob found that Google Android is creeping up from behind, capturing about 24 percent of the market share. Nokia-owned Symbian placed third with 18 percent of the market. Meanwhile, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) and Microsoft Windows Mobile are left in the dust with a paltry 4 percent and 2 percent of market share, respectively, despite its solid smartphone sales.

In the U.S., AdMob found that in February 2010 the Apple iPhone operating system held a 44 percent market share, down from 55 percent in November 2009; while Android’s share rose in the U.S. from 27 percent in November to 42 percent in the most recent AdMob report.

While Apple maintained a 50 percent market share globally, Google Android devices like the Motorola Droid, the Motorola CLIQ, and a slew of HTC handhelds like the Dream, the Hero and the Magic helped push Google Android to No. 2, according to the study results.

“Android was the fastest growing operating system in the AdMob network year-over-year,” the study explained. “Android’s share of smartphone requests increased from 2 percent in February 2009 to 24 percent in February 2010.”

The study, according to AdMob, illustrates that Apple iPhone and Google Android users take advantage of the mobile Internet more than users of competing devices.

AdMob services mobile ads for more than 15,000 mobile Web sites and applications globally and stores and analyzes the data from every ad request, impression and click within its network and issues monthly reports based on that data to evaluate the mobile device and mobile Internet ecosystem.

Other findings in AdMob’s most recent study show that smartphones accounted for about 48 percent of AdMob’s worldwide traffic in February 2010, which was up from 35 percent in February 2009. The increase in smartphone traffic pushed traffic from feature phones down. Feature phone use declined from 58 percent a year ago to 35 percent in February 2010.

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Windows Phone May Be Making a Comeback

Posted by: Olga Kharif on March 31, 2010

Developers’ interest in Microsoft’s Windows Phone software for smartphone has risen sharply, since the Redmond giant introduced a new version of the mobile operating system on Feb. 15, according to new survey data from Appcelerator, which offers tools that help programmers create apps.

Between January and March, developers’ interest in creating games, calendars and other applications for Windows Phone has nearly tripled from 13% to 34%, according to Appcelerator’s survey of more than 1,000 developers that was released on March 31. another major gainer: the BlackBerry, which has seen a doubling of developer interest in the same period, to 43%.

Google’s Android was another big gainer. In March, 81% of developers were interested in developing apps for Android-based phones such as Motorola Droid, up from 68% in January. that means that there’s nearly as much interest in creating apps for Android now as for the iPhone: Some 87% of developers say they are very interested in creating apps for the Apple device, according to Appcelerator.

Who is losing developers’ interest? Palm and current smartphone operating system market leader, Symbian. Only 16% of developers are interested in creating apps for the Symbian software. Developers’ interest in the iPad also dropped from 90% in January to 80% in March.

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