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KakaoTalk fights the Net Neutrality fight in Korea

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When cellular carriers look at the threat of over-the-top communications apps, their worst fears might be something like the position KakaoTalk has in South Korea, its home market. The messaging and VoIP app has been growing at a breakneck pace with 38 million registered accounts in a country of almost...
KakaoTalk fights the Net Neutrality fight in Korea

The Chinese Are Coming! The Chinese Are Coming!

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By now you must have heard of Unit 61398 of the People’s Liberation Army: “an overwhelming percentage of the attacks on American corporations, organizations and government agencies originate in and around [their] white tower,” claims the New York Times, who were themselves recently owned by the 1337 h4ck3r5 of the...
The Chinese Are Coming! The Chinese Are Coming!
Egnyte pushes hybrid cloud ahead with 5M file server syncing & 25 MB/sec uploads
Samba ad-supported free mobile broadband service goes live in the UK

Apple Confirms It Will Sell A Brand New iPad Model With A Huge Amount Of Storage (AAPL)

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Apple has confirmed that it will sell a new, previously unreleased version of the iPad - one with 128 megabytes of storage. CNBC is reporting the confirmation on Twitter. 9to5Mac's MarkGurman broke the news of the 128mb iPad Please follow SAI: Tools on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this...
Apple Confirms It Will Sell A Brand New iPad Model With A Huge Amount Of Storage (AAPL)
Your Uncle Wants Tech Support? Give Him This USB Stick
Mobile data usage in the US has more than doubled in the last year
Why are MVNOs so hot right now? Thank the carriers

GIMP is Now a Self-Contained Native App for Mac OS X

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GIMP, the image editing program that’s a popular open-source alternative to Photoshop, is now easier than ever for Mac users to start using. Though it was completely free, installing it has long required that X11 also be installed — a major pain in the butt. That changes with the latest...
GIMP is Now a Self-Contained Native App for Mac OS X

CTIA offers the most confusing wireless stat du jour

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The CTIA wants you to know that Americans used 123 percent more wireless data in 2011 than 2010, but the wireless industry’s lobby apparently doesn’t want you to know exactly how that translates in any way a normal person understands. Instead the folks decided to use an overly complicated real...
CTIA offers the most confusing wireless stat du jour
Data now 85% of mobile traffic, but 39% of revenue – what gives?

Nokia’s Lumia 610 is the first NFC Windows Phone, launching with Visa, MasterCard support

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Today wasn’t the best day for Nokia to announce a new device, given the company’s lowered Q1 expectations, but maybe the new Lumia 610 will help distract press from the company’s dire financials. After being rumored for some time, Nokia officially announced the Lumia 610 — the first Windows...
Nokia’s Lumia 610 is the first NFC Windows Phone, launching with Visa, MasterCard support

Gadgetwise Blog: Karma Hotspot Gives Out Free Data

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The Karma Hotspot is a portable hotspot that gives away 100 megabytes of free data when you share it with new users....
Gadgetwise Blog: Karma Hotspot Gives Out Free Data

Raspberry Pi now comes with double RAM at the same price

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If you're on the waiting list for a Raspberry Pi—the $35 Linux computer based on the ARM system-on-a-chip architecture—there's a silver lining to being in the backlog. Starting today, the Model B Raspberry Pi will ship with 512 megabytes of RAM—double its original memory for the same price. Foundation founder...
Raspberry Pi now comes with double RAM at the same price

Nokia introduces cheaper Lumia 720, 520 Windows Phones

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Nokia didn’t have any new high-end devices to show at Mobile World Congress today, but it unveiled a slew of new low-end and mid-range devices that could help it reclaim international markets. The company introduced the mid-range Lumia 720 Windows Phone (above) and the new low-end Lumia 520 (right),...
Nokia introduces cheaper Lumia 720, 520 Windows Phones

Verizon offering new international data plans, but they ain’t cheap

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Verizon Wireless next week will begin selling international data roaming plans much the same way it sells domestic data: buckets of megabytes for a set price. But don’t expect to get a lot for your dollar. Verizon is selling 100 MB of international data for $25 a month with access...
Verizon offering new international data plans, but they ain’t cheap

Big Fish Games launches casual cloud gaming service for TVs, mobile, and PCs

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Big Fish Games unveiled a live version of its Big Fish Unlimited casual gaming experience today. The company showed off the new service at the Casual Connect game conference in Seattle today. Will O’Brien, general manager of Big Fish Unlimited, showed off the Grim Tales: The Bride game on the cloud...
Big Fish Games launches casual cloud gaming service for TVs, mobile, and PCs
An over-abundance of apps isn't the same as app burnout

FreedomPop has a new plan: Turn the iPod Touch into an iPhone

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FreedomPop isn’t just connecting iPhones to 4G. As we have previously reported, it plans to connect iPod Touches as well, which – with the help of a VoIP client – will effectively turn them into iPhones. On Tuesday it began taking pre-orders for a $99 WiMAX sleeve that will amp...
FreedomPop has a new plan: Turn the iPod Touch into an iPhone

As downloads grow, hard drives shrink -- the average iOS game is now 60MB

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Apple’s decision to increase the cellular data download limit from 20 to 50 megabytes has led to a dramatic and noticeable increase in iOS app size reports ABI Research. According to the latest study from the company’s Mobile Application Markets service, the global average size of an iOS app was...
As downloads grow, hard drives shrink -- the average iOS game is now 60MB
Karma's Share-And-Save Wi-Fi Scheme Is The Digital Answer To Mary Kay

Just how big are porn sites?

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It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a person in possession of a fast internet connection must be in want of some porn.While it’s difficult domain to penetrate — hard numbers are few and far between — we know for a fact that porn sites are some of the most...
Just how big are porn sites?

Ice Cream Sandwich rises to 1.6 percent of active devices, Android app size limit raised to 4GB

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According to latest data released on the official Android blog, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich have both gained during a 14-day period ended March 5, 2012. Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest and greatest Android version found on the Galaxy Nexus device, is rising slowly...
Ice Cream Sandwich rises to 1.6 percent of active devices, Android app size limit raised to 4GB

Boot up: Google Wallet's struggles, OMGPOP's choices, Guardian on GoogleTV, MS mocks IE and more

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Plus iPad content, Windows Phone sales in Finland, how quickly Draw Something grew and moreA quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamGoogle said to rethink Wallet strategy amid slow adoption >> BloombergGoogle is weighing changes aimed at improving its Google Wallet...
Boot up: Google Wallet's struggles, OMGPOP's choices, Guardian on GoogleTV, MS mocks IE and more
FreedomPop promises 200 mins of voice calls and unlimited texts on its free plan
If ISPs Want to Take on Gaming Consoles, They Might Want to Fix Their Existing Products First

Sprint to MVNOs: if you get us customers, we'll do the rest

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Sprint has created a new service to entice mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) to base their operations on its network. With the new service, Single Source Enablement, Sprint manages every aspect of the business, from customer care to the distribution of devices. The only thing the MVNO has to worry...
Sprint to MVNOs: if you get us customers, we'll do the rest

In Fitting Mission Impossible-Style Conclusion, Flame Malware Self-Destructs

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Sorry, we can't help ourselves. (http://commons.wikimedia.org/) Could the Flame malware infection be any more straight out of a spy movie? Answer: nope. Ars Technica reports that attackers have now issued a "suicide" command to the infected computers, thereby essentially scrubbing its tracks. Discovered by Kaspersky Lab, the malware has made headlines because...
In Fitting Mission Impossible-Style Conclusion, Flame Malware Self-Destructs

Can the wireless spectrum keep up with smartphone data usage?

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Last week, CTIA (the trade group for American wireless telecommunications industry) published the results of its semi-annual survey of the habits of American subscribers. Unsurprisingly, the survey shows that data usage has gone up since the last survey. But how much did it grow and how does it tie into...
Can the wireless spectrum keep up with smartphone data usage?

FreedomPop brings Internet access to the masses with Hub Burst modem and 1GB of free data

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FreedomPop, an Internet service provider (ISP) based in the United States, has announced a new broadband package today powered by the Clearwire WiMax network and offering up to 1GB of free data. As part of the announcement, the company is accepting pre-orders for its new FreedomPop Hub Burst modem, which...
FreedomPop brings Internet access to the masses with Hub Burst modem and 1GB of free data
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