Here are the top mobility articles we found this week.
- Google rolls out Android 4.0.2 to GSM Galaxy Nexus
- RIM Rumors Resurface
- What Is the Problem With the U.S. Smartphone Market? Ask the Carriers
- BlackBerry Tag unlocks NFC in BB OS 7.1 (video)
- Here’s the revised pricing for the Rogers Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Bottom Line: $159.99
- Ungeniused 015 – Laserdiscs
- Telus announces Samsung Galaxy Note launch, LTE in Q1
- TELUS will be releasing the Galaxy Nexus for $99.99 on a 3-year
- RIM makes Playbook 2.0 software official, details extensive improvements
- Whose Problem Do Ultrabooks Solve?
interesting perspective on the need for a super light notebook vs a tablet with a real laptop/pc.
- Rogers prices the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus at $159.99 on a 3-year
- So You Want To Use That New iPad at Work
I was asked by many friends to highlight how I use my iPad @ Work and decided to document it for all. Please participate in the discussion in the comments
- BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0: hands-on impressions, pictures, and video | The Verge
Version 2.0 finally brings a native mail client to the BlackBerry tablet, along with calendar and contact apps. RIM also made some general aesthetic changes, and added a bulked-up version of BlackBerry Bridge and an eerily familiar "reading view" feature in the browser.
- Start 2012 by Taking 2 Minutes to Clean Your Apps Permissions
Take five minutes to visit this page and clean out your permissions and save your privacy:
- Fraser Speirs – Blog – iOS Multitasking in Detail
- They Did It: Google Personalizes Search & It Is Not Evil
I would rule out Evil just yet.
- Apple deemed as Canada’s “Leading Edge” brand, Google second
If you’re RIM, you should be worried and firing someone right now
- A Beginner’s Guide to Twitter
A good intro guide for twitter newbies
- RIM outs BB 7.1 OS, rollout begins hitting handsets worldwide today
updated apps like BBM, BlackBerry Traffic and BlackBerry Travel, in addition to mobile hotspot, universal search and BlackBerry Tag (an implementation of NFC), WiFi calling, FM radio and BlackBerry Maps.