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  • Too many mobile Operating Systems, but who will win?

    by Sravan Kundojjala | Feb 24, 2010
    The number of mobile operating systems just keeps getting bigger and to our count close to ten platforms are now competing in this space. They include Symbian, ... ...
  • Strategy Analytics Exclusive Presentations at MWC 2010

    by Stephen Entwistle | Jan 28, 2010
    Strategy Analytics Exclusive Presentations at MWC 2010 Strategy Analytics is delighted to announce our presence at Mobile World Congress, the premier event for... ...
  • HD on mobile phones: What’s the situation?

    by Stuart Robinson | Jan 20, 2010
    I was asked recently how many phones were HD-capable, and realised that the question is actually quite complex. I should start with a definition for what ... ...
  • Renesas facing challenges outside Japan

    by Sravan Kundojjala | Dec 23, 2009
    Renesas has been trying to improve its global reach with its SH-Mobile G Series of application processors. The fourth generation SH-Mobile G processor, SH-Mobil... ...
  • Samsung bada – the Perfect Storm?

    by Stuart Robinson | Dec 08, 2009
    At the London “official” launch of Samsung’s new mobile operating system, bada (which means ocean in Korean), many questions remain unanswered... ...
  • Time for Marvell to reconsider its cellular baseband strategy

    by Sravan Kundojjala | Dec 03, 2009
    Strategy Analytics feels Marvell’s lack of exposure to high volume handset makers, lack of a visible long-term baseband product roadmap and missing techno... ...
  • Cree’s $888 million question

    by Stephen Entwistle | Nov 05, 2009
    What would you do with $888 million? Expand your manufacturing capacity? Acquire a competitor? Enable the solid-state lighting revolution by movi... ...
  • QuIC could improve Qualcomm’s smartphone position

    by Sravan Kundojjala | Oct 28, 2009
    Qualcomm, Gold sponsor of the 2009 Symbian Exchange and Exposition, today announced a new subsidiary called QuIC (Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc) to focus on o... ...
  • Qt on Maemo and Symbian: Can Nokia execute in time?

    by Sravan Kundojjala | Oct 12, 2009
    Last week Nokia announced official Qt support for Maemo. The community work to port Qt to Maemo has been already underway and the official Qt port to Maemo is e... ...