According to iSuppli, strong corporate sales of PCs have catapulted Dell back to the number two spot, ahead of Acer. That's good news for Windows 7, and good news for Dell, of course. But you can expect a certain crowd to argue that Acer's fall (the company sells netbooks primarily) is somehow related to the iPad. I mean, what isn't?
Android fragmentation alert: Only "some" HTC handsets will get the "Gingerbread" (Android 2.3) software update.
On the flipside, the Android-based Galaxy Tab has already sold over one million units. It's gotta be the superior screen size.
Neowin reports that Windows 7 has hit 25 market share in the OS market. No it hasn't. Statcounter measures web usage, not OS market share. Always has. Always will. Windows 7 goes out the door on about 93 percent of all new PCs. That's Windows 7's market share.
Nick Eaton throws up the following linkbait: Will Windows Phone 7 turn into another Palm? Possibly, Nick. Or maybe it turns into the next iPhone. There are all kinds of ways this could go.
CNET steals my line and turns it into a question: Is now the wrong time to buy an iPad? The answer, of course, is yes, now is the wrong time to buy an iPad. I've already been over this, David.