CNET writer Erica Ogg examines the current status of Dell and concludes that the company needs a new mobile product to better compete in today's market. Dell remains quiet regarding potential smartphone rumors, although Ogg predicts an unveiling could happen in January.
Research in Motion opened its first BlackBerry storefront Monday as part of a deal with retailer Wireless Giant in the Detroit suburb of Farmington Hills. The outlet -- which a Wireless Giant executive termed a "concept" store -- will sell BlackBerry equipment and add-on software and activate wireless accounts for AT&T, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless.
Apple is no longer limiting iPhone purchases to two per transaction. Consumers may now buy up to five of the handsets at a time, but they will still need to pay by credit card, according to this article.
Nokia's CEO said he was not sure what to make yet of Google's mobile-phone plans, but Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo is certain of one thing: A large army of Nokia's software developers has spent 10 years writing applications for the next generation of phones.