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Big Gains for Android as Smartphone Sales Boom
Smartphones sales grew 64 percent globally, but Android devices had the most growth, particularly in the U.S.



Will Apple Lose Its Lock on App Stores?
New report suggests that rival mobile app stores -- led by Android -- could take the lead in coming years, shifting developer priorities.



SharePoint Deployments Lack Planning: Study
Research finds that while the number of SharePoint deployments are growing, those efforts aren't always properly planned.



Gartner Revises IT Spending Forecast for 2010
The research firm trims its 2010 forecast for global IT spending. What areas still look strong?



Microsoft's Internet Explorer Gains Some Ground
Signs of a reversal of fortune for IE?



Report: IT Recovery Still a Work in Progress
Computer Economics threw a little cold water on what's generally been a pretty optimistic 2010 outlook for IT equipment and services providers.



PC Sales Look Strong for 2010: IDC
The market research firm is forecasting PC sales will increase 20 percent over 2009.



IT Hiring Shows Signs of Growth
Large companies lead the way in filling positions, according to new data on IT jobs and salaries.



CIOs Finally Ready to Start Hiring Again
After years of penny pinching and putting off key software and hardware implementations, IT executives now say they're ready to start hiring again.



PC Sales Jump on Notebook Strength
Acer narrows its lead behind HP as the top PC maker, thanks to its successes in netbooks and notebooks.



IT Buyers Near Windows 7 Migration: Microsoft
A refresh may be coming earlier than usual, but it's still early days for Microsoft's new OS.



Most Americans Don't Know Net Connection Speed
Though many say they're happy with their Internet speeds, most don't actually know what they're supposed to be getting from their ISP.



Nvidia Shines in Top 500 Supercomputer List
A new supercomputer powered by Intel processors and Nvidia GPUs takes the lead spot in the Top 500 peak performance rankings.



Consumer Demand Ignites PC Sales in 1Q
No longer viewed as a luxury item, PCs, particularly netbooks and notebooks, are now considered a necessity by and more consumers and manufacturers are happy to oblige them.



iPad Trumping Mac Sales?
The iPad's popularity is proving stronger than expected. But is it eating into sales of Apple's Mac?



Americans Ditch Landlines, Turn to Mobile Data
Americans are ditching their landlines and going all mobile, with a focus on wireless Internet and texting -- with major implications for consumer and business communications.



Smartphones Booming, Thanks to iPhone, Android
Not surprisingly, the market for advanced mobile phones is having a very good quarter.



A Verizon iPhone? Many Users Say They'd Buy It
So says a new study by ChangeWave, which sees a hypothetical Verizon iPhone "having a profound and likely transformational impact on the industry."



Most U.S. Users Ignore Advanced Mobile Features
Despite the booming interest in smartphones, many Americans don't take advantage of their features, like social networking and mobile e-commerce.



Chip Sales Rise, Leaving Second-Half Unclear
Chip sales were up at a time when they normally take a breather. So what will happen when they are supposed to rise?