Verizon announces “Share Everything” plans — the future of mobile data (sort of)
Verizon announces “Share Everything” plans — the future of mobile data (sort of)
                         

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Apple Settling On $2.25 Million Sum In Australian "4G" iPad Issues

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News updates all day from Fast Company.Apple has been under fire from Australian authorities over claims it misled consumers there with information that the new iPad is a "4G" device. While the iPad does support high mobile data rates that are compatible with some definitions of 4G, the chips don't...
Apple Settling On $2.25 Million Sum In Australian "4G" iPad Issues
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10 ways companies are using Hadoop to do more than serve ads

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If you just pay attention to the world’s largest Hadoop users, you might think the platform is just a better technology for powering search engines or analyzing customer behavior for ad-serving. Of course that’s not the case, but finding those broader use cases can still be kind of difficult. That’s...
10 ways companies are using Hadoop to do more than serve ads
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Cisco's Strategic Box

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Cisco has "a once in a decade platform." It is a machine that handles 10 times as much mobile Internet traffic as current devices, and pays attention to different kinds of mobile data - a Facebook app on a phone acts differently from a YouTube video. Just as important is...
Cisco's Strategic Box

Intuit shows Square, Paypal how the big boys handle sales with new GoPayment integration

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While Square and PayPal have received quite a bit of hype for their mobile credit card payment solutions, they’re still just “point of sale-lite,” according to Intuit’s mobile payments and point of sale (POS) head Trevor Dryer. Mobile credit card readers are a fine solution for young businesses, but...
Intuit shows Square, Paypal how the big boys handle sales with new GoPayment integration

Verizon debuts Viewdini, but streaming still subject to caps

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Verizon’s new video app Viewdini on Friday escaped onto Android smartphones – at least the LTE ones. The video portal allows Verizon’s 4G smartphone customers to browse, search and view videos from multiple premium services, including Comcast’s Xfinity TV, CBS, Netflix, Hulu, mSpot and Verizon’s own mobile video service. What...
Verizon debuts Viewdini, but streaming still subject to caps

iPhone owners now account for 80% of top 10% heaviest data users: Report

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Owners of Apple’s iPhone are now more data hungry than any other smartphone users, eclipsing users of Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices, to account for 80% of the top 10% of heaviest data users. That’s according to a new report from technology research firm Analysys Mason, which examines smartphone...
iPhone owners now account for 80% of top 10% heaviest data users: Report

Wikipedia Zero expands into Asia, drops mobile data charges for 10m subscribers in Malaysia

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Wikipedia Zero, a project launched by the Wikimedia Foundation to offer free mobile access to Wikipedia in emerging countries, expanded into Asia for the first time this week via a partnership with Malaysian operator Digi, opening access to more than 10 million subscribers in the country. Wikipedia and Digi began...
Wikipedia Zero expands into Asia, drops mobile data charges for 10m subscribers in Malaysia
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