Mobile Morning Coffee (11/21/11)

Mobile Morning Coffee

The most relevant mobile stories from the past 72 hours, served with cream and two sugars.

Is Windows Phone the Best Mobile Platform You’re Not Using? (via Mashable)
In defense of the mobile OS with 6-percent market share.

With iPad 3, Apple could ship more PCs than HP (via GigaOM)
The trick is to redefine what it means to be a personal computer.

Ice Cream Sandwich Doesn’t Have Flash Support (For Now) (via Mashable)
Google confirms that Adobe is bringing Flash to Android OS 4.0.

Ice Cream Sandwich ported to older Android devices (via The Verge)
Android OS 4.0 is coming to the Galaxy S II and the Nexus S.

Motorola Stockholders Approve Google Deal (via Mashable)
Google‘s $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility cleared a major hurdle on Friday as the electronics manufacturer’s stockholders overwhelmingly approved the move.

Apple iPhone 4S Remains In Short Supply (via Mashable)
Six weeks after the iPhone 4S arrived, the three largest U.S. wireless carriers are still struggling to keep up with demand for Apple’s fifth handset.

Siri proxy hack adds custom commands including Wi-Fi thermostat control (via The Verge)
Still can’t make me breakfast.

Kids Want iPads This Holiday Season (via ReadWriteWeb)
A new report from Nielsen reveals that forty-four percent of kids ages 6-12 expressed interest in the iPad, up from 31 percent in 2010.

Think Apple is Restrictive About Apps? Try the Kindle Fire (via ReadWriteWeb)
Investigating the app experience on Amazon’s new tablet.

Why the mobile app economy will keep growing quickly (via GigaOM)
A new report from PwC states that the Increasing reliance on smartphones will only continue as consumers see mobile apps become more central to everyday life.

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