The 2012 Mobile Choice Awards was held last night in London, and Samsung came out on top with the Galaxy S III winning best smartphone for 2012. We should note that the iPhone 5 wasn’t part of the festivities, but I’m confident the GSIII would still be the winner. As to tablets, not surprisingly the iPad won, but the Nexus 7 was a close second.
Every year at Mobile World Congress, the GSMA holds the Global Mobile Awards, and this year was no exception. They have a slew of categories for devices, services, and apps.
For best phone, it went to the HTC One unsurprisingly. Unfortunately winning in this category doesn’t always translate into sales or profits. Did an Android tablet get best tablet?
A lot of headlines have focused on the new Galaxy S4 as a potential iPhone challenger in terms of hype and mindshare, but mobile ad firm Velti offers a different perspective in its February summary of global exchange data from its network.
Intel has announced the winners of the 2013 U.S. PhD Fellowship and Early Career Faculty Honor programs. Each year, Intel invests more than $2M to help support top PhD students and early career faculty members who are engaged in innovative research areas or who show great promise as future academic thought leaders.
Android sailed past Windows Mobile for the first time in the first quarter of 2010, joining Apple's iPhone OS as one of the only two top mobile operating systems to increase its market share year-on-year.