Why Android Dominates the Low End

Android Eating Apple

By David Delony While people may lust over Apple’s iPhone, Android smartphones dominate the low end of the market. As hardware improves and component prices get cheaper, Android phones can be had for under $100. This explains how Android racked up 75% of smartphone sales in the third quarter of 2012. So if you have any connection to the mobile ...

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How Certification Will Drive Mobile Collaboration

Mobile Collaboration

By Arwen Petty There’s something about collaboration that makes people nervous. Sharing ideas and responsibilities opens businesses up to vulnerability and potential security issues, and the BYOD surge means the majority of partnerships are utterly dependent on mobility. But as the industry grows up and moves towards open collaboration practices, this kind of transparency is vital. Can certification provide the ...

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