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Microsoft resumes Windows Phone 7 update post Samsung glitch

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has resumed rolling out a new Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system update roughly a week after some users reported the patch disabled WP7-based smartphones manufactured by

Glitch derails Windows Phone 7 update for Samsung

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) confirmed reports that a new Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system update suffers from a glitch impacting some smartphones manufactured by Samsung. The update, pushed to

Botched Windows Phone 7 update infuriates users

Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) botched first update to Windows Phone 7 early this week lit up the blogosphere with dire predictions for the mobile operating system. Two handsets from Samsung had problems

Google's Schmidt: Android roadmap calls for merger of smartphone, tablet platforms

Just when it looked like the Android platform was headed down two different trajectories, Android 2.3 for smartphones and Android 3.0 for tablets, Google CEO Eric Schmidt indicated that the two paths

HTC, Samsung unveil new tablets

Smartphone maker HTC introduced its 7-inch Android-based Flyer tablet that features the company's Sense UI and other content services the vendor believes will differentiate it from the plethora of

Mobile phones galore at Mobile World Congress

FierceWireless ' editors are attending the mobile industry's largest trade show, Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona, Spain, this week. As expected the show has seen a range of new device and handset

The phones of Mobile World Congress

BARCELONA, Spain--The annual Mobile World Congress trade show here is a reliable location for a range of new device and handset announcements. Vendors from across the spectrum vie for attention and

Samsung unveils Galaxy Tab 10.1, matches iPad in screen size

Samsung unveiled the next iteration of its Galaxy Tab tablet in the form of a new device named the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to reflect its larger screen dimensions. The new edition comes with a 1GHz Tegra

Skype adopts H.264 video format for iPhone app

The march of "Skype Everywhere" continues. The company has announced that it will be adopting the H.264 video format on iOS which will allow the video chat service's iPhone users to communicate with

Android could cause problems in the enterprise

Much has been said about the havoc that workers can bring to the corporate IT environment when they insist on using iPhones, iPads and other devices designed for consumers. Less has been said about