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Mobile Device Emulators and Simulators

October 4, 2011
 Android Emulator

When developing code for mobile devices, it’s always good to test it out on the targeted device(s).  However, it’s not always convenient or cost-effective to have access to the real thing.  That’s where mobile device emulators and simulators come into play.

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Smartphone OS Proliferation: The Madness Has Stopped

September 4, 2011

Smartphone OS Enterprise Aug 2011

I did a rant blog entry in August of 2010 entitled Smartphone OS Proliferation: When Will The Madness Stop?  The answer may be now.  What a difference a year makes.
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What’s in Store For Mobility In 2011?

January 4, 2011

So here is my obligatory predictions for 2011.  While it is not a terribly profound list,  you may pick up a few interesting tidbits.   I could wait until CES is over, but what would be the fun in that?

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Smartphone OS Proliferation: When Will The Madness Stop?

August 4, 2010

Remember the days of the desktop/notebook world?  It was a much simpler time, with Microsoft as the dominant OS, a few (but fiercely loyal) Apple users and a small, die-hard Linux contingency.  There were more contenders, but I won’t mention their names, lest I be accused of living in the past.

Not so in the smartphone market.  While the desktop/notebook OS world converged, the smartphone OS world seems to be diverging.  And there doesn’t seem to be an end in site.
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