Oracle, Microsoft Targeting Android Phones For Licensing Fees

Monday, July 11th, 2011
One of the big issues going around among the tech giants seems to revolve around patent litigation. It seems to be becoming one of the more interesting areas of battle between competing tech businesses, not to mention as a lucrative means to generate some much needed revenue stream for the patent holders. From settlements to licensing fees, companies with a hoard of patent licenses are going after other companies

Microsoft Earns Revenue From Android Phones

Monday, May 30th, 2011
Although Microsoft and Google may be considered as competitors even in the mobile phone market, it seems that the former may be profiting by virtue of the latter, in a way. Microsoft may be earning profits from sales of Android smartphones. What is even ironic is that Microsoft may be earning 5 times more from Android phone sales than it does with sales of its own Windows Phone 7. Microsoft is particularly earning

Android Phones Now Selling 300,000 Units Daily

Friday, December 10th, 2010
In the mobile market, the battle for supremacy seems to lie between Android smartphones and the Apple iPhone. These two are considered to be the most popular smartphones that people are trying to get their hands into. The battle in terms of getting market share is actively ongoing. So far, it seems that Apple and its iPhone may still be in the lead with millions and millions of their widely popular smart phone. Bu

Nielsen Report: Android Phones Getting More Popular

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
Android phones have recently been getting quite a lot of press lately. With many phone manufacturers now embracing the relatively new mobile operating system for their smart phones, it will only take some time before such phones will eventually become popular. This time, it may no longer be just hearsay. Android’s growing popularity may now be backed up by some recent reports from The Nielsen Company. A repo

Adobe Flash Player Now Available On Android Mobile

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010
Adobe Flash had been around a lot of talks lately, with most of it coming of issues regarding whether it is suitable for use on smart phones. This issue is brought up by no other than Apple with its widely known stand against implementing the software on its products. But apart from that episode, Adobe forges on by making the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 available for mobile phones. Adobe has just recently released the