Here are the top mobility articles we found this week.
- Dev-Team Blog – Corona A5 jailbreak nearly ready to pop!
- iOS catches up to Android in December sales, thanks to iPhone 4S
- Why Apple, Why Does it Have to Be Like This? The Cold Cynicism of the iBook EULA
- Experts say Apple’s textbook foray will begin a "learning revolution"
- Apple iBooks 2 textbook hands-on (video)
- Virgin Mobile targets March 23rd to throttle data, take candy from children
- Blame LTE chips for size increase in Android handsets
This is fact a very good theory.
- Nielsen: iPhone 4S launch was "enormous"
- Apple’s iOS and BlackBerry most popular mobile platforms among IT pros
not very surprising as they are the most IT Dept frendly and secure.
- iPad still on top as tablet competition heats up
- Android and iOS said to contribute to the fall of personal computing
It’s the week of outlandish computing graphs.
- AT&T announces new smartphone data plans
- RIM still a solid acquisition target, but only at a discount
- iPad sales may approach 50 million in 2012
- LightSquared’s 4G LTE network will always interfere with GPS, government says
- iPads swapped with clay and sold at major Canadian retailers
- Nielsen: Android still top dog, but Q4 buyers preferred iPhone 4S
- ★ Why Are Android Smartphones Bigger Than the iPhone?
What I’m saying is, if LTE’s current chipset sizes and power requirements are not forcing handset makers to go with these bigger-than-4-inch display form factors, then where are the 3.5-inch display iPhone-sized Android (or Windows) phones that support LTE?
- Microsoft’s Windows 8 tablet hardware requirements detailed