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iOS devices top list of tablet activations
Clear preference for iOS devices during the Q4 2012, accounting for 77% all activations and capturing eight of the top ten spots on the most popular device list.
EDITED: HP augments Microsoft strategy, chases Apple with Android tablet
Hewlett-Packard is augmenting its Microsoft strategy with the introduction of tablets based on Google’s Android operating system.
Fired up Mozilla stakes smartphone claim
Mozilla to launch phone operating system after securing 18 mobile operator partners, including device commitments from a host of companies.
Chromebook Pixel: Cloud crazy Google’s next big play
Going cloud crazy? Google hopes you are with the launch of the Chromebook Pixel.
All hail the subscription-based business model
Unless the rock under which you’ve been living lately is particularly comfortable, you’ll have noticed that vendors everywhere are pushing hard towards subscription-based business models.
Google begins search for retail stores
Reliable source claims search engine is in the early stages of building stand-alone retail stores across the U.S.
HP dives (back) into tablet fray – with Android
Bailing on the promising WebOS-driven TouchPad so early must, by now, seem like a strategic blunder for HP.
Mud wrestling: Microsoft targets Gmail
Microsoft, that paragon of virtue which has always put customer interests first, has the old Googler square in its sights.
Schmidt-house of Google stock sold
What does it mean when a CEO divests himself from a lot of stock in the company he leads?
Google goes big with $50 billion year
Search giant smashes analyst expectations during the fourth quarter, posting revenue of $14.42bn.
Make some New Year’s resolutions for your business
Get the most out of your company during 2013 by creating a list of business resolutions for the New Year.
Google’s multi-coloured data centre in pictures
Forbes offers a colourful insight into Google's data centre in Oklahoma.
US tech earnings in focus this week
US corporate earnings will take centre stage with Apple, Microsoft, IBM and Google among those scheduled to release in the coming days.
Kim Jong Un’s spoof Google thank you note
Forbes contributor Justin Belmont offers quirky reply to Eric Schmidt's recent visit to North Korea.
Google urges North Korea to go online
Eric Schmidt makes visit to persuade country to embrace the web or risk economic decline.
FTC closes Google antitrust review
Federal Trade Commission closes 19-month review, concluding Google’s services are good for users and good for competition.
"Consumerisation of IT" no longer changing SMB culture
Big companies, from a wide range of industries, are now leaping into the cloud and all that it offers.
Google Maps hits 10 million iOS downloads
Only 48 hours since the release of Google's standalone app, users turn to Google Maps in their droves.
Google Maps goes back to iPhone
Search engine giant launches standalone app for iOS, returning to the iPhone after a three month absence.
Google's GMail goes down
Google Web products encounter "service disruptions" around the world this morning.
Google adds charge to free apps
Search engine now offers paid version of Google apps after package changes.
Next year Nexus sales to hit 9.6 million
Google forecasted to sell less tablets than originally expected due to slow Nexus 7 sales.
Apple fires maps chief
Richard Williamson to leave the company following flawed iPhone 5 debut.
Images sting Google with $255k damages
Internet search engine to compensate Melbourne man after defaming him during its search results.