The most relevant mobile stories from the past 72 hours, served with cream and two sugars.
Today: the first Morning Coffee of 2012 looks back on some of the biggest stories of 2011.
16 predictions for mobile in 2012 (via GigaOM)
Kevin C. Tofel breaks out his crystal ball for 2012.
Apple’s Terrific And Tumultuous 2011 (via TechCrunch)
Apple’s #1 fanboy walks us through the year that was.
Freight Train Kept A-Rollin’ (via TechCrunch)
How Android is outselling Apple 2-1 with 700,000 activations per day.
Looking back at 2011: iPhone 4S and Galaxy Nexus cap off the year of the smartphone (via BGR)
It really is only a two-horse race.
A Web Of Apps (via TechCrunch)
Discussing Facebook as a portal to the mobile “app web.”
RIM’s Nonsensical Year (via Fast Company)
What the hell happened to the the former mobile giant?
Apple’s First iPhone Was Made in 1983 [PICS]
The first iPhone was a landline with full, all-white handset and a built-in screen controlled with a stylus.