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Android's explosive growth continues, as it rises to 52% of the worldwide smartphone market. While the market as a whole continues to grow, its rivals nonetheless see their market share in decline.
Rumor has it that Samsung is planning to drop it's investment in Windows Phone 7 just two years after it launched. It's suspected the company wants to focus on it's own "Bada" OS.
Samsung are set to launch a brand new mobile instant messaging service, similar to BlackBerry Messenger, that will allow Samsung Bada and Android devices to communicate instantly for free
Samsung's roadmap for 2011 devices is allegedly leaked revealing, among others, an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich 4.65" Super AMOLED smartphone, and a new Windows Phone 7.1 Mango device.
With the mobile smart-phone market already highly saturated with devices and operating systems, it seems as though that isn't enough of a deterrent for Samsung. The technology giant has announced bada, the next mobile operating...