[Video] Comparing RIM PlayBook and iPad

RIM shared an interesting video with me this morning.  In this video example, you can see the web page rendering speed on the PlayBook is amazing…faster than the iPad. While this is great, I’ll still take the iPad with it’s larger screen size and amazing app selection.  The video is below:

AT&T Users Looking to Jump Carriers

In a new study put out by Credit Suisse, many iPhone owners admit that they are very eager to dump AT&T if given a chance.  In fact, only 63% of respondents say they are happy with AT&T enough to stick with the carrier. What carrier would distraught AT&T customers flock to? A whopping 23% would…

BlackBerry Now Offers Security In Case of Loss

In the great race that has become the smartphone debate, each platform has it’s unique offerings that set it apart.  BlackBerry devices are choice amongst business/enterprise users because they offer flawless connectivity to resources such as calendaring and email, but also because of the enterprise features offered to Blackberry Enterprise Services (BES)-enabled firms. One key…

Why Do US Government Apps Favor iPhone?

There are 5 major mobile operating systems including: BlackBerry OS, iPhone OS (now called iOS), Windows Mobile, Palm’s WebOS, Android and Symbian/S60.  With that in mind, let’s look at the comScore market share results that were released just yesterday: So, with Apple’s iPhone only garnering 25% of the US smartphone market share – why is…

Android 2.2 Announced at Google I/O

Today, at Google’s annual I/O conference, the spotlight was on the Android OS and specifically the new release called ‘Froyo’.  The 2.2 release of Android will feature many new items that make it a great platform for phone users and app developers.  Let’s run down them one by one. Enterprise Support With 2.2, Android will…