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Google's New Line Of Nexus Devices Challenge Apple On All Fronts

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The three new Nexus devices Google announced on Monday -  two tablets and a smartphone - will be the Android linchpins for the holiday shopping season. This is the first time that Google has announced more than one of its flagship Nexus touch screen devices at once and the trio diversifies the company's...
Google's New Line Of Nexus Devices Challenge Apple On All Fronts
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 looks a lot like the Galaxy Tab 2

Never Mind The 4G Chevy Volt. Here's What It Will Take For Truly Connected Cars

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The vision of an Internet-connected car is already a reality in many ways. With a smartphone or tablet as your traveling companion, there is not much you cannot do from within a vehicle. But truly networked personal transportation is still a few years off. It is not as simple as...
Never Mind The 4G Chevy Volt. Here's What It Will Take For Truly Connected Cars
The new iPad is a beautiful reminder of how stupid data plans are

Apple iPad mini appears in Media Markt inventory in cellular and WiFi flavors, $250-650 price range

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Still waiting for all those alleged iPad mini leaks to culminate into something official? Why not take one more while you wait: according to a proven source of Mobile Geeks, German electronics retailer Media Markt has the iPad mini in 16 flavors in its inventory system. The company's internal...
Apple iPad mini appears in Media Markt inventory in cellular and WiFi flavors, $250-650 price range

Apple's Next iPhone Might Be Unlockable By The Owner's Fingerprint

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The end of the smartphone passcode could be at hand, if technology companies have their way. Apple is said to be planning to introduce an iPhone that can be unlocked by the owner's fingerprint, while other manufacturers are thought to be experimenting with iris scanning and voice recognition. Speculation about...
Apple's Next iPhone Might Be Unlockable By The Owner's Fingerprint
Asus Transformer Pad 300TL appears in FCC database with support for AT&T LTE
Microsoft Surface tablets will be Wi-Fi only at first?

3G Chromebook appears on Amazon, Newegg for $330

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When Google announced its new Samsung-built 11.6-inch Chromebook Thursday critics noted the new mobile PC won't support 3G or 4G. But for road warriors who want baked-in cellular connectivity, it appears Google will in fact supply a 3G version of the new browser-in-a-box priced at $330, an extra $80...
3G Chromebook appears on Amazon, Newegg for $330

New iPad a Hotspot Now for Verizon, Not So Much With AT&T

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So, we jumped the gun a bit when we said that the new iPad can act as a hotspot for both Verizon and AT&T. As our now-corrected story notes, it’s ready now for Verizon. AT&T, meanwhile, says it is working with Apple on the feature. However, it won’t be ready...
New iPad a Hotspot Now for Verizon, Not So Much With AT&T
Google wants to replace the password with an electronic ring that grants access to all web content

Smartphones explosion sheds light on enterprise mobility evolution

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Most of the new phones support 4G/LTE cellular connectivity, providing a much bigger, always available, wireless data pipe at least for those subscribers who want it....
Smartphones explosion sheds light on enterprise mobility evolution
Qualcomm CEO: Apple rejected our radio for the Newton, so we struck a deal with Palm
Apple Shoppers Set To Receive LTE iPads By Friday, November 16

Analyst: One in 10 Tablets Sold Has a Cellular Connection

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It's clear that people are willing to pay for new tablets, but it's also clear that they aren't yet ready to take on the fee for cellular connectivity to it......
Analyst: One in 10 Tablets Sold Has a Cellular Connection
It's great that AT&T opened FaceTime up but when will Apple?

Google pushes IMM76I ICS build to HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus, reportedly quells connectivity woes

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If you've been facing signal issues with your HSPA+ since that recent Android 4.0.4 update, you'll be happy to know that Google's apparently readied a minor update that might help. A small amount of owners have noticed a new build of Android 4.0.4, listed as build IMM76I, showing up...
Google pushes IMM76I ICS build to HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus, reportedly quells connectivity woes
Your LTE-equipped Chromebook Pixels will start arriving today

Why You Should Be Optimistic About the Future

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  It’s a blizzard of bad news out there: an ongoing economic crisis, a burgeoning education crisis, healthcare turmoil, energy poverty, water scarcity — to name but a few of our fears. So pervasive is our sense of doom and gloom, that those telling a different story can rarely be...
Why You Should Be Optimistic About the Future

Apple's reissued pen computer patent adds cellular connectivity, could hint at future mobile device

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday reissued Apple a patent for a mobile computer encased in a pen, adding cellular and GPS capabilities to the invention first filed for internationally in 1998....
Apple's reissued pen computer patent adds cellular connectivity, could hint at future mobile device
China gets the new iPad on July 20
Samsung Announces The Underwhelming Galaxy Tab 3

Verizon may soon launch Samsung Galaxy Camera with 4G LTE

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Samsung’s (005930) ingenious idea to cram Android Jelly Bean into a camera with a 21x optical zoom, 4.8-inch screen and with cellular connectivity is nothing short of impressive. The only bone we have to pick with the Galaxy Camera is that it’s only available on AT&T (T) in the U.S. and...
Verizon may soon launch Samsung Galaxy Camera with 4G LTE

AT&T to Offer Samsung's Android-Based Galaxy Camera

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AT&T said on Thursday that it plans to carry Samsung’s Galaxy Camera, an Android-based point-and-shoot with built-in 4G wireless. The point-and-shoot camera market has been hit hard. Smartphones increasingly replace traditional cameras as consumers prefer the ability to immediately tweak and share their photos over such things as image quality,...
AT&T to Offer Samsung's Android-Based Galaxy Camera
Unannounced Sony device appears at the FCC: could it be the Xperia Tablet?

Did LG's Optimus L5 handset sneak through the FCC?

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Remember LG's Android Gingerbread-loaded L-style series of smartphones from back at Mobile World Conference? While we can't be totally certain this is the case, it appears that the Optimus L5 handset recently passed through the FCC's subterranean lair. Buried within the testing report is the diagram pictured, displaying measurements...
Did LG's Optimus L5 handset sneak through the FCC?

Boot up: iPhone 4's US ban, Obama's troll-chasing, Lego + Sony, and more

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Plus Haswell for the desktop (don't ask), verbs in app design, Zeus keeps raking it in, Yahoo's non-mail fail, and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamITC bans importation of older iPhones and iPads into the US over 3G-essential Samsung patent...
Boot up: iPhone 4's US ban, Obama's troll-chasing, Lego + Sony, and more

Apple Sets Sights On Microsoft Surface With 128 GB iPad

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Apple announced a new version of its fourth-generation iPad today. Apple's newest will be a 128 GB version starting at $799 with cellular connectivity at $929 and hits stores on February 5th. With the tablet industry trending towards smaller, cheaper versions, why would Apple buck the trend and release one...
Apple Sets Sights On Microsoft Surface With 128 GB iPad
A Tablet For Every Member Of My Family

Tell Me Again How Surface Is the Tablet Consumers Really Want

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I don’t think anybody has done a product that is the product that I see customers wanting. You can go through the products from all those guys … and none of them has a product that you can really use. Not Apple. Not Google. Not Amazon. Nobody has a...
Tell Me Again How Surface Is the Tablet Consumers Really Want
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?