Here are the top mobility articles we found this week.
- Forrester: Apple successfully infiltrating the office, executive washroom
Forrester surveyed 9,912 workers in 17 countries to discover that 21 percent of "information workers" use one or more Apple products as part of their job (one percent reported using three Apple devices for work). The most common of those devices was an iPhone, followed closely by the iPad and then the Mac. Forrester says that close to 50 percent of firms in mature markets offer Macs at the office as well, but only 30 percent of survey respondents said their companies support them, "implying that a significant percentage of companies issue Macs but don’t officially support them."
- Motorola Mobility ships 5.3m smartphones, loses $80m in Q4 on $3.4b revenue
- iPad owns 96% of enterprise market and iPhone share climbs to 53%, study finds
- BBC – Three-quarters of Blackberry users want to switch phones
- Windows Phone 7.5 gets multiple Google Calendar sync, additional Gmail features
A Nokia phone running Windows trying to be more compliant with open Google standards… Hmmm
- Nexus Face Unlock FAIL
Now that just doesn’t seem right!
- RIM CEO Thorsten Heins clarifies comments on change, rejects Android speculation
- How do you like the sound of a “dedicated BBM key”? [Poll]
Solving BB woes with yet MORE keys… Sounds Great!
- Apple vs. PC Shipments: ‘PC’ Decline Worse Than Reported
Apple vs. PC Shipments: ‘PC’ Decline Worse Than Reported Doh!
- Microsoft Will Pay Nokia "Billions" To Use Windows Phone
- Apple’s grip on tablet market said to be loosening as Android shipments tripled in Q4
- RIM’s 2012 roadmap: 3G PlayBook, Curves, and possible London delay
- Good Technology report shows Apple still dominates enterprise activations
- Filed Away for Future Claim Chowder
- G-Shock prototype phone hides its craggy looks at CES, only fears your stares
- Apple Sold More iPads Than HP Sold PCs – John Paczkowski – News – AllThingsD
Apple surpassed Hewlett-Packard in PC sales and revenue. Apple sold 15.4 million iPads and 5.2 million Macs in its first quarter. That’s more than 20 million personal computing devices. HP’s PC sales for the fourth quarter were 14.7 million, according to Gartner.
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- Driven By iPhone and iPad Growth, Apple Earned Over $46 Billion Last Quarter
- Tim Cook on His First Four Months as Apple CEO: Just Look at the Results