Want the most accurate and responsive touchscreen on your new smartphone? Droid doesn’t have what it takes and neither does HTC/Google Nexus One. In a side-by-side comparison test of touchscreens on smartphones, iPhone was the clear winner. In the video clip below, Moto Development Group (not affiliated with Motorola) tests three touchscreens: Apple iPhone Verizon [...]
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Nokia has been whispering to telecom analysts for months about a “soon to be unveiled plan” to recapture their dwindling share of the smartphone market. Now it’s all too clear what that strategy is– “if you can’t innovate, then litigate.” Yes, I’m being a bit flip, but sadly there is more than a kernel of truth [...]
iPhone sales are building momentum in China. On the heels of a major iPhone advertising campaign, last week China Unicom launched a 46-city iPhone roadshow/education campaign. Today we’ve learned that China Unicom has now passed the 300,000 iPhone sales threshold. This triples the 100,000 sales milestone reported on December 9. It took 40 days to [...]
The latest rumors from China (via Marbridge Consulting) claim that there will be two (2) app stores that will officially support the iPhone: Apple’s China App Store China Unicom’s Wo App Store This report fits with earlier rumors which claimed that Apple would retain control of its China App Store and today’s report about the [...]
iPhone is doing better in Japan than Wired.com expected … much better! Nikkei.net has posted a report on Japanese tech market research company’s (BCN’s) survey of Japanese handset sales. This was not just a tiny sampling. 2,300 stores that sell mobile phones participated in the BCN survey. The results? In the smartphone category, the iPhone 3G [...]