With Google completing its (albeit brand-untouched) acquisition of Motorola, and three ‘Google phones’ to-date, you might have thought journalists were confusing the company with Facebook this week when rumours began spreading the airwaves of a Facebook phone.
Let me tell you, as best I am able, about the Schleswig-Holstein question. In the latter years of the nineteenth century, a young member of parliament asked Lord Salisbury what this question was all about.
Now, if you are a non-techie and if you haven’t read my previous blog on MEMS’ the word, you are forgiven, as it may come across as a very ‘techie’ subject.
Since the whole world is currently obsessed by the impending Facebook IPO it would be churlish of me not to join in, especially since it looks like the IPO will leave Facebook valued at over $100 billion.
One of many interesting contributors to our latest Green Handsets & Tablets report was US carrier Sprint.
Clearly Orange have read Juniper’s recent press release announcing that by 2014 more than 240 million smartphone users will stream TV to their phones because this week they launched a new social TV service in the UK called TVcheck.
As a customer, I am quite keen on getting 4G here in the UK – so have you ever wondered how keen the operators are to roll out 4G LTE in this country?
Sometime early next year, a Galaxy not so far, far away may be sold which could well be the billionth smartphone currently in-use.