A comScore survey reveals higher customer satisfaction with the Android as more iPhone users migrate toward the Android, choosing it over other smartphone platforms.<!--more-->Of 30,000 participants (users 13 and older) surveyed, 31.2% were most satisfied with the Android. The Research in Motion's BlackBerry came in second with 30.4% and Apple's iPhone clocked in at third with 24.7%, leaving Microsoft in fourth with a measly 8%. The poll was conducted from October 2010...

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In December 2010, Intel sponsored a two-month survey of mobile users, ages 18 and older, on the quality of mobile manners. Out of the 2,000 people surveyed, 75% of people believed mobile etiquette had worsened since 2009.

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Attention weight lifters! Instead of jotting down the number of repetitions and the amount of weights used per exercise onto notebook paper, how convenient would it be to track progress in your phone? TRAIN IN SYNC LLC recently announced that David Richardson, fitness trainer and Co-Star of the A&E series, 'Heavy,' will coach their new iPad cardio fitness application, ‘cardio Escape.'

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On March 2, Apple introduced the iPad 2 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Most notably, the upgraded iPad is 33 percent thinner and up to 15 percent lighter than its original model. It is also equipped with a new dual-core A5 processor for faster speed.

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Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, announced to the Mobile World Congress that there are about 300,000 active Android devices in the mobile market.Here are a few numbers to take in:

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