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Apple vs. Google: Who will win the mobile wars?

The New York Times Sunday Business Section on March 14, 2010, chronicles the epic battle of Apple vs. Google for dominance of the mobile applications market.

Apple vs. GoogleThe previous week, Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC, claiming the Taiwan-based phone maker…

Showdown with Apple over standards could be looming

Wholesale Applications Community (WAC), which includes some of the world’s largest wireless operators (AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Vodafone) and manufacturers (LG Electronics, Samsung and Sony Ericsson), announced in February that it has formed…

The buzz surrounding Google Buzz

Google recently entered the social networking universe, unveiling Google Buzz on Feb. 9, 2010. The network runs through Google’s popular Gmail service and allows users to update their status akin to Facebook or Twitter, post…

iPhone app developers can’t utilize GPS for advertising

Apple has announced that the GPS feature in iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS may be accessed only to provide what the company describes as “beneficial information.”  The restriction means no advertising using Apple’s Core Location framework.

Facebook privacy settings you should get to know

Facebook recently modified its privacy settings; so should you. What may seem private may very well be public to all of cyberspace.

In an interview with e-Commerce Times, Arnstein & Lehr attorney Misha Kerr made the…

Google China attacked, future uncertain

Google China has reportedly been attacked via malware from someone on the inside. As a result, Google’s future remains uncertain.

Build your own mobile app even if you can’t write programs

In an attempt to make app development easier and more accessible, Minneapolis’ Mobile On Services BuildAnApp provides novice app developers with simple templates for various types of businesses and organizations.

Developers quit Apple due to legal, contract and creative frustrations

Apple’s iPhone could increasingly lose out on potential development if more apps developers continue to halt their projects. These developers cite to Apple’s stringent policies which has often led to their frustrations.

Google Voice appeared to have security concern

Google’s new and innovative app, Google Voice, could create unanticipated security risks. What happens if names and phone numbers leak into the Internet?

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