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The Daily Slash: January 31 2011

The Daily Slash: January 31 2011

First let me tell you what you can have for free. Win a gigantic television, and there's not much you've gotta do to grab it - SlashGear’s Final Football Matchup Toshiba TV GIVEAWAY! Next, have a peek at our Full Macworld Roundup including all of the Best in Show winners. Have yourself a read of a column by Tim Bajarin entitled Technology meets the History of Jazz. See why today's the day Apple Fears Honeycomb. Get your bees knees out and read about Android 3.0 Honeycomb in our two full guides: [USER FEATURES] and [DEVELOPER FEATURES]. See Ben Bajarin's review of the Dell Streak 7 and his on-time analysis by the name of What Honeycomb Means for Tablets. See our FIRST EVER SG Comics comic - SG Comics Presents: Angry Turds.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 31 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 31 2011

Start your day with a bit of green as Canalys statistics show Android became the world's leading smartphone platform Q4 of 2010. Next, fall into some drama as Netgear's CEO rants about how he thinks Apple is too closed and Steve Jobs is ego-led. Then seek the truth in an inside tip - iPad 2 uses 1.2GHz dual-core, 30-35% slimmer display - sound reasonable? Get yourself a Full Macworld Roundup including best in show winners. Read a column by Tim Bajarin entitled Technology meets the History of Jazz. Visualize ASRock in the Android game. Take another peek at the LG G-Slate. Cry over Notion Ink Adam touchscreen damage. Get your Android 3.0 Honeycomb on with two full guides: [USER FEATURES] and [DEVELOPER FEATURES], and ask Why Has Honeycomb Disappeared? Then get your ANGRY BIRD on in the next expansion: RIO! Finally, WIN A TELEVISION in SlashGear’s Final Football Matchup Toshiba TV GIVEAWAY! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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The Daily Slash: January 14, 2011

The Daily Slash: January 14, 2011

Epic war! But first lets speak for a moment about what Christina Burlini columns as the Best iOS Apps for Students. After that, let yourself dream of a cloud of music in a column by yours truly called Syncing and Streaming on Android Community. Then there's the war I promised you. The war to end all wars! Such important subject matter as to have never been trumped before or after - the people VS Samsung and T-Mobile over their Samsung Vibrant updates to Froyo -- The Class Action Lawsuit, the simpler way of protesting - The #NeverAgain Twitter Campaign, and the inevitable Samsung Response. After that, it's games, music, and more games on SlashGear - see if you can find the tags!

All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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Symbian development shifts to Nokia as Foundation funding sees “change in focus”

Symbian development shifts to Nokia as Foundation funding sees “change in focus”

Nokia is taking responsibility for future Symbian development as of March 2011, with the Symbian Foundation transitioning to a non-profit organization that will license software and IP - including the Symbian trademark itself - to other companies. According to Tim Holbrow, executive director, "the current governance structure for the Symbian platform – the foundation - is no longer appropriate" after the volatile economy led to "a change in focus for some of our funding board members."

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 44 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 44 2010

Hey gang, welcome back to another installment of the SlashGear Week in Review. The Samsung Galaxy Tab hit the UK this week starting at £99.99 with a new contract or £529.99 sans contract. The 7-inch slate is expected to sell well all around the world. Logitech unveiled a really cool keyboard this week that is a first for the company and the market. The keyboard is called the Wireless Solar keyboard K750 and gets the power to operate from the sun or the light in your room.

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iPhone take US smartphone top-spot while Android grabs OS pole position

iPhone take US smartphone top-spot while Android grabs OS pole position

Mobile market watchers Canalys have pushed out their latest report on smartphone sales in the US, concluding that Android-based devices have edged ahead of Apple's iOS and RIM's BlackBerry OS in terms of sheer numbers.  However, when looking at individual manufacturers, Apple has taken pole position of the US smartphone market with the iPhone, holding 26.2-percent of the market share, and pushing RIM into second place with 24.2-percent.

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Android market share swells 886% year-on-year in Q2 2010; RIM and Apple trail behind

Android market share swells 886% year-on-year in Q2 2010; RIM and Apple trail behind

Smartphone demand is up, and the winner is Android according to market analysts Canalys.  They've been tracking US and global trends, and reckon that in Q2 2010 Android sales rose 886-percent from last year (851-percent in the US), giving them the number one market share in the US with 34-percent; they're trailed, supposedly, by RIM at 32-percent of market share and Apple at 21.7-percent.

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