Acquisition of Quickoffice Further Cements Google Mobile Presence

Google looks to continue to establish itself as a player in the mobile game by adding Quickoffice programs to its Google Apps suite. Microsoft is looking to respond by releasing its own Office suite for non-Microsoft platforms, but is the reigning king of office productivity software feeling the heat?

The gRIM RIM Returns

As hard as it is to believe, Research in Motion will now not deliver either new hardware or BlackBerry 10 in 2012. We need to now look to next year before we will see anything new from RIM. Q1 2013 results were also announced, but the results really don't matter.

Nokia Adds Free Mail for Exchange to Asha Phones

By bringing Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol-based app to the sub-€100 mobile device market, Nokia is bringing the business opportunity to entrepreneurs and businesses in high-growth economies around the world.
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