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  • Android to draw 4% of U.S. smartphone market before end of 2008

    Google's Android mobile operating system is not yet available but research already indicates an Android-based phone will garner 4% of U.S. market share before end of 2008.

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  • Service-locking could make smart phones bad investments

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    Sales of smartphones in the U.S. are soaring though overall sales for cell phones have been done for the last quarter.

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  • Bluefire brings Pocket PCs under IT control

    Solid centralized Pocket PC and smartphone protection for large enterprises and carriers

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    Android-based smartphones, though previously anticipated to be available by late 2008, will have to be delayed.

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  • Nokia’s new smartphones mix personal with business for mobile workers

    With the E66 and E71 smartphones, Nokia introduces a portfolio of devices that serve both the personal and professional needs of mobile workers in a variety of form factors.

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