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    Innovate. Catch up. Innovate. Catch up. Google. Apple. Apple. Google. Rinse and repeat. There are definitely reasons why Android has the world on its platform and why iOS is the only feasible contender in the US. That's for another article. Meantime, Windows has been struggling, struggling and struggling with the slow waddle towards feature-packed Windows 10 for mobile. Blackberry's been comfortable serving its corporate and security niches in the market with its own software and hardware, though they might succumb in the mobile platform race soon. webOS is off of smartphones and onto ...

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    Tim Cook, CEO of too-big-to-fail Apple took the opportunity to kick the rotting corpse that is Nokia just a few microseconds after a deal between Microsoft and Nokia was announced. Said Timmy, "I think [Nokia] is a reminder to everyone in business that you have to keep innovating and that to not innovate is to die." The problem here is that Nokia did innovate. It's Apple that has been lagging behind for years. This is of course coming from the CEO of the company that released last year's iPhone as this year's iPhone plus a paint job and whose biggest innovation on their latest flagship was ...

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    Greetings mobile activists, I have good news and bad news. The bad news is, we've plateaued. Phone specifications have pretty much gotten as good a they're going to get. Screen resolution has reached 1080p. Memory has grown to 2, and rumor has it soon to be 3 GB. Internal storage space has soared to 64 and 128GB. Processors have gone octa-core. Speakers have gone Boom(sound). And now cameras have gone to 41 megapixels. Everyone is as fast and as big and as bright and as loud as everyone else. Sure there's some wiggle room. The 1080p screens don't have boomsound, and the Boomsounders don't ...

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