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HTC One VX to be available on AT&T by December 7th

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The HTC One VX was slated to arrive on November 16th alongside its bigger brother, the HTC One X+, but when the time came, only the latter showed up -- the mid-range HTC handset just seemed to have mysteriously disappeared. After a couple of weeks, it seems the phone...
HTC One VX to be available on AT&T by December 7th

Hewlett-Packard's Todd Bradley Talks Tablets In The Enterprise (video)

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Todd Bradley, Hewlett-Packard’s Executive Vice President and head of its enormous Printing and Personal Systems Group appeared on CNBC Friday and talked about the state of the tablet computing market and HP’s pending place in it. Obviously the conversation between Bradley and CNBC’s Maria Baritoromo was intended to coincide with...
Hewlett-Packard's Todd Bradley Talks Tablets In The Enterprise (video)
Save the universe date: Halo 4 to launch on November 6

Reading Rainbow is back! Our in-depth video interview with LeVar Burton

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Reading Rainbow is making a big comeback, and it’s skipping your TV in favor of the other screen in your living room: your iPad. In an in-depth chat in VentureBeat, Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton came to chat about how the reincarnation came to be. As always, Burton was...
Reading Rainbow is back! Our in-depth video interview with LeVar Burton

Authorities Removing Apple iPads From Chinese Store Shelves?

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So says this report (Chinese) from Hebei Youth Daily. Apparently as a result of the Proview iPad trademark infringement verdict, some local Administrations of Industry and Commerce (AIC) have started to confiscate Apple ($AAPL) iPads they find on sale. The article claims that many stores and resellers have taken the products...
Authorities Removing Apple iPads From Chinese Store Shelves?

Acer taps Alibaba's Aliyun OS for new smartphone

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The company says that the device will be made available in China and hit store shelves on Friday. [Read more]...
Acer taps Alibaba's Aliyun OS for new smartphone

More iPhone discounts point to new model coming soon

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All signs point to a new iPhone as being just around the corner. The latest one comes from retailers: Best Buy and Target are dropping the price of iPhone models, according to AllThingsD. Target is now selling the 16GB iPhone 4S for $179 with contract (a $20 price cut) and...
More iPhone discounts point to new model coming soon
Furby returns in September with iPad compatibility and LCD eyes

Looks like we'll see a T-Mobile iPhone (with LTE) this spring

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We won’t have to wait long to see that long-awaited T-Mobile-branded iPhone. In an interview Reuters at CES 2013, T-Mobile USA CEO John Legere said the iPhone would begin appearing on store shelves in the next three or four months. Though Legere and T-Mobile haven’t said explicitly which Apple device...
Looks like we'll see a T-Mobile iPhone (with LTE) this spring

Full Review: Apple iPad mini

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After many months of rumors and credible leaks, the iPad mini has finally hit store shelves. Unusually, in some ways, the iPad mini enters a space that Apple has been late to arrive to, but is attempting to redefine. This time, however, it is the software that Apple believes will...
Full Review: Apple iPad mini

T-Mobile, Sprint Dish Details on Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch

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We already know AT&T’s plans for the Samsung Galaxy S4, and now we have details on a couple of other carriers, too. Sprint announced today that Samsung’s flagship phone will be available on April 27 for $250 with a two-year contract. To woo new customers, the carrier is also offering...
T-Mobile, Sprint Dish Details on Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch

Sony's Xperia Tablet S runs Android, but looks awfully like Microsoft's Surface

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Don’t look now, but a deluge of Microsoft Surface imitators and competitors are just the around corner. Once Windows 8 is made available to the general public on October 26, you’re going to see all kinds of tablets running Windows 8/RT land on physical and virtual store shelves, along with...
Sony's Xperia Tablet S runs Android, but looks awfully like Microsoft's Surface
Nokia is building a revolutionary new phone to combat the ‘poorly designed’ iPhone

iPad mini ad impressions growing 28% per day, outperforms last year's Kindle Fire

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A month after hitting store shelves, Apple's iPad mini is showing 28 percent growth in ad impressions per day, beating the performance of last year's hot-selling Amazon Kindle Fire, says one mobile advertising firm....
iPad mini ad impressions growing 28% per day, outperforms last year's Kindle Fire
Apple still can't keep up with iPhone 5 demand

2K and Firaxis announces Xcom: Enemy Unknown for iOS

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Gaming giant 2K Games and game developer FIxaxis Games (known for the Sid Meier’s Civilization franchise) today announced that strategy title XCOM: Enemy Unknown is coming to iOS — iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch — by the summer. 2K and Firxais, which made the announcement at the 2013 Penny Arcade...
2K and Firaxis announces Xcom: Enemy Unknown for iOS
T-Mobile deploys iPhone-compatible '4G' at Moscone Center just in time for WWDC

iPad Pre-Orders to Start Next Week? [RUMOR]

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Could iPad pre-orders start as early as next week? According to AppAdvice.com, that seems like a possibility. The website cites a “source familiar with the matter” that says US-only presales could begin as soon as February 25.We’re still classifying this very much as a rumor, although Apple has made...
iPad Pre-Orders to Start Next Week? [RUMOR]

Apple to End Mac Pro Sales in Europe -- For the Time Being

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The long-overdue-for-an-overhaul Mac Pro will disappear from store shelves come March 1, and not because of an impending update. Apple is halting sales of the machine because it will not meet new EU regulatory standards. On March 1, an amendment to the EU’s Information Technology Equipment Safety Standard will go...
Apple to End Mac Pro Sales in Europe -- For the Time Being

Apple's iPad shipments for China nearly double, after trademark dispute

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Apple's iPad shipments for China nearly doubled in the third quarter, after Apple settled in July a lengthy dispute over the iPad trademark name that once threatened to ban the device from store shelves in the country....
Apple's iPad shipments for China nearly double, after trademark dispute

Microsoft looks to give Surface sales a pop with pop-up stores

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Microsoft is sparing no expense to hype its newest piece of hardware, the Surface RT tablet, which arrived on store shelves on October 26. The company is reportedly spending more than $1 billion on advertising the Surface and its new operating system, Windows 8. Michael HomnickThis pop-up store in...
Microsoft looks to give Surface sales a pop with pop-up stores

IBM app marries augmented reality, comparison shopping

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Big Blue is testing an app that identifies products on store shelves then lets customers sort them by price -- or lets the retailer steer purchasing with coupons. [Read more]...
IBM app marries augmented reality, comparison shopping
Jolla's Sailfish mobile OS thoroughly toured in new video
Sprint To Launch The $199, Keyboard-Toting Motorola Photon Q On August 19
13" Retina MacBook Pro review: more pixels, less value

Ahead of Wii U Launch, Nintendo Shows "How U Will Play Next"

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Nintendo has finally kicked off the Wii U advertising campaign, just days before its new console hits store shelves — and still, most of its marketing efforts are centralized on social media channels. The company’s new commercial, which is available on Facebook and YouTube, shows off “How U Will Play...
Ahead of Wii U Launch, Nintendo Shows "How U Will Play Next"
Samsung Galaxy Note tipped for August T-Mobile release
Mozilla’s Boot To Gecko Becomes Firefox OS, Scores Support From Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, ZTE, And More
BioShock Infinite takes flight October 16

Meet The Company That Wants To Block All Chinese iPad Sales (AAPL)

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Chinese customs authorities have told Proview, the company engaged in a legal battle with Apple over use of its trademarked term "iPad," that blocking iPad imports and exports would be nearly impossible, reports Reuters. The case boils down to Apple believing it bought the unconditional rights to use "iPad"...
Meet The Company That Wants To Block All Chinese iPad Sales (AAPL)
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