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LTE boosts mobile gear by 17% in 2012

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Thanks to 4G LTE technology, the global market for mobile communications gear will grow 17% in 2012, according to IHS, formerly iSuppli....
LTE boosts mobile gear by 17% in 2012

Court tosses Verizon claims that the FCC can't require data roaming deals

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Verizon hasn't been fond of the FCC requiring data roaming agreements; it sued the agency last May on claims that the requirement overstepped the FCC's legal bounds. The DC Circuit Court of Appeals isn't quite so worried, as three judges at the court have unanimously ruled that the FCC...
Court tosses Verizon claims that the FCC can't require data roaming deals

RIM licenses Microsoft's exFAT file system to stuff extra-large files into BlackBerry devices

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RIM has big ambitions for media on BlackBerry hardware -- really big. Accordingly, it just reached a patent licensing deal with Microsoft that lets it use the exFAT file system on "certain BlackBerry devices." We have a hunch that's a reference to future BlackBerry 10 phones and tablets rather...
RIM licenses Microsoft's exFAT file system to stuff extra-large files into BlackBerry devices

Sony announces the Haswell-powered VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo Series

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If you're looking for the newest mobile gear with Intel's brand-spanking new fourth-generation processor included, Sony is bringing its stuff to the table. They have a few new mobile options that update their line of VAIO products with the VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo. Sony is bringing its TV...
Sony announces the Haswell-powered VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo Series

New metal mix could lead to cheap, plentiful sodium-ion batteries in gadgets

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Lithium batteries very frequently power our gadgets, but the material itself isn't common and, by extension, isn't cheap. Researchers at the Tokyo University of Science aim to solve that through sodium-ion batteries using a new electrode material. By mixing together oxides of iron, manganese and sodium, Shinichi Komaba and...
New metal mix could lead to cheap, plentiful sodium-ion batteries in gadgets

Logitech acquires TT Design Labs, launches iPhone accessories

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Many crowdfunded companies are just happy to get their products out the door, let alone to enter the big leagues -- yet that's where TT Design Labs finds itself today. As part of a move into mobile gear, Logitech has acquired TT Design Labs and is relaunching the young...
Logitech acquires TT Design Labs, launches iPhone accessories

Sierra Wireless outs thinnest-ever 4G LTE module, teases skinny AT&T-ready laptops and tablets

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One of the bigger challenges of spreading LTE has been size; going 4G has tended to put on a little weight. A new Sierra Wireless embedded modem, the AirPrime EM7700, could be just the ticket to shedding those pounds. It's reputedly the thinnest module ever made, at a tenth...
Sierra Wireless outs thinnest-ever 4G LTE module, teases skinny AT&T-ready laptops and tablets
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HP honcho Bradley: Post-PC world claim "just wrong"

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Hewlett-Packard's Todd Bradley might have missed his calling as a politician. Bradley, executive vice president of HP's printing and personal systems group, clearly lives and breathes his company's products, and it shows in his answers to my questions during a recent phone and email Q&A. His answers often include...
HP honcho Bradley: Post-PC world claim "just wrong"

10 reasons why the desktop PC will live forever

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Steve Jobs piqued consumer curiosity when he unveiled the iPad and declared "the post-PC era has begun." And now with the imminent release of Windows 8 RT tablets--low-powered slates running a touch-friendly version of Office--it might seem that perhaps the world actually can live without desktop computers. It's an...
10 reasons why the desktop PC will live forever

Sony announces the Haswell-powered VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo Series Ultrabooks

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If you're looking for the newest mobile gear with Intel's brand-spanking new fourth-generation processor included, Sony is bringing its stuff to the table. The company has a few new mobile options that update their line of VAIO products with the VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo. Sony is bringing its...
Sony announces the Haswell-powered VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo Series Ultrabooks

AT&T MiFi Liberate is an all-day LTE hotspot and media server

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AT&T and Novatel Wireless jointly announced a next-generation mobile hotspot on Thursday: The MiFi 2 will be offered in the future as the AT&T MiFi Liberate. The device differs from older MiFi personal hotspots due to its 2.8-inch touchscreen and up to 11 hours of continuous on a single battery...
AT&T MiFi Liberate is an all-day LTE hotspot and media server

Boot up: Amazon's music cloud, RIM looks to Microsoft, jetpack avoidance and more

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Plus make your own karaoke!, how impressive are iPhone 5 sales really?, the zero-day business and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAmazon Cloud Player launches in parts of Europe >> Fast CompanyCloud Player, Amazon's music storage system, has made...
Boot up: Amazon's music cloud, RIM looks to Microsoft, jetpack avoidance and more

LTE Boosts Mobile Gear by 17 Percent in 2012

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The mobile communications equipment market will hit the half-trillion-dollar mark in 2015, according to research firm IHS....
LTE Boosts Mobile Gear by 17 Percent in 2012
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