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WSJ: Americans upgrading smartphones less thanks to installment-based payment plans

A new report by The Wall Street Journal finds that as installment-based plans have become more popular, smartphone upgrades are happening less frequently.
by Matthew BensonApril 19, 201636

Google reportedly working to build wireless network, aimed at emerging markets in Africa and Southeast Asia

According to a new report from the WSJ, it looks like Google is preparing to fund and build a wireless network aimed at emerging markets in Southeast Asia and Africa.
by Andrew GrushMay 24, 20132

Samsung continues to expand the low end market, while balancing high and mid-range presence

While Apple is largely content with the high-end market, Samsung continues to successfully play a balancing act between both the high, mid and low-end ranges.
by Andrew GrushMarch 22, 20133

WSJ poll says Google make the best mobile OS

Google win WSJ crowd over According to a recent poll of the Wall Street Journal, Google’s Android is the best OS. The other main contenders were ...
by James TromansOctober 27, 2010

Dell may release an Internet ‘tapping’ device this year

Dell Logo According to the WSJ, engineers at Dell are working on a pocket device for ‘tapping into the internet’. The more interesting part is that ...
by James TromansJune 30, 2009222

HP considering Google Android OS

According to Reuters and the Wall Street Journal, Hewlett Packard is considering the use of the Android OS for some of its netbooks.  Reuters quotes an HP official as saying that the ...
by Michael OrylMarch 31, 2009230

WSJ: Paid Android Market apps this week

According to a story run on the Wall Street Journal yesterday, Google is set to open up paid applications on the Android Market this week.  The statement is made in a rather matter ...
by Michael OrylFebruary 10, 2009668

Wall Street Journal reports US$199 for T-Mobile’s Android smartphone

The Wall Street Journal started off another Android related story by stating that T-Mobile’s first Android OS powered device is “expected” to go on sale for US$199 ...
by Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 18, 2008159

Wall Street Journal: September 23rd launch date for T-Mobile G1

The Wall Street Journal posted its own story about the supposed September 23rd launch date for the first Google Android OS based smartphone, courtesy of HTC and T-Mobile. While the ...
by Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 16, 2008178

WSJ claims delays for some new Android handsets

The Wall Street JournalAccording to a story posted today by The Wall Street Journal, Google is experiencing some delays that will cause some of the upcoming Android based ...
by Darcy LaCouveeJune 23, 20082972
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