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Worldwide Phone Market Records 20% Growth in Q1 2011

Written on May 01, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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With the increasing demand for smartphones, it's not brainer that the global phone market grows to 20%.

Research firm IDC recently unveiled a survey showing that the worldwide mobile phone market has grown by 19.8% for the first quarter of 2011. Of course, this doesn’t come as a surprise with the rising demands of smartphones worldwide.

What is surprising though is that Nokia is still managing to stay on the top of the mobile phone food chain, despite its recent troubles of adapting to the changing environment of the competition. However, the Finnish company recorded a lower marketshare compared to last year.

Apple lands in fifth place in terms of market share and shipments, but has recorded the largest growth out of all the phone manufacturers.

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Adobe and Microsoft: Teams-up for World Invasion

Written on October 10, 2010 by Charles Bass

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When two worlds collide,it will definitely clash. But if it is for the benefits of both ends, surely, we'll see success. Adobe and Microsoft, recently met and talked about the future of their respective companies. There might be something that they are planning to execute. Their main targets? Google and Apple.

Admit it guys, nobody’s perfect. Even the technology and software giants have their own problems. Just like what happened recently with Adobe and Microsoft. Google and Apple are running face to face with them it seems that they found glory in each other’s arms. Reports came out in New York Times, who collected reports from employees and consultants representing both companies. Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer and Adobe’s Shantanu Narayan recently conducted a meeting on Adobe’s headquarters. It was a closed-door affair. It went out for an hour covering topics that dominated the world of technology. The electrifying scoop is, a possible option for Microsoft to acquire Adobe. It must have been accurate but we cannot judge until the book is finally open, right? So Steve Jobs, you might be a little agitated about this? Not giving Adobe a chance? We’ll keep you posted.

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