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The rivalry between Samsung and Apple is fast becoming the new Coke v Pepsi of the tech world, and Samsung's latest S4 certainly gives Apple something to be nervous about.

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Ever since apps burst into the mainstream when the iPhone first appeared, they have multiplied exponentially.

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The latest market research figures suggest that mobile’s much derided misfits are putting up a serious fight, says Gail Purvis.

Malware attacks on mobile phones – particularly mobile those using Google’s Android operating system - are on the rise according to security firm Sourcefire.

Every month new challengers come forward to take on Apple’s ubiquitous iPhone. John Stokdyk assesses the merits of HTC’s latest contender.

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Xcentric vice president of Market Strategy Roy Keely guest blogs on the demise of boredom, via our US sister website

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With a test drive with the iPhone 4S cure John Stokdyk of his gadget envy?

For years I have resisted the zombie-like devotion that iPhone users focus on their mobiles.

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A couple of weeks with Samsung’s widescreen smartphone introduced John Stokdyk to the world of Android.

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A first encounter with the new Nokia Windows smartphone got Henry Osadzinski wondering whether Microsoft could outstrip RIM in the business mobile market.

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A lot of experts predict that mobile cloud computing will really come to the fore this year.

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