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Can I ditch Sprint without paying an early termination fee?

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Getting out of a wireless contract early isn't easy. In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some advice to one Sprint subscriber. [Read more]...
Can I ditch Sprint without paying an early termination fee?
Parse offers its mobile backend-as-a-service on a freemium model

LTE subscribers will more than double in '13, IHS iSuppli says

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For every person using 4G LTE now, there will be at least one more subscriber by the end of this year, IHS iSuppli says....
LTE subscribers will more than double in '13, IHS iSuppli says

Apple pledges royalty-free licensing of "nano-SIM" technology geared towards future iOS devices

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Apple will reportedly offer to license a new, ultra-compact SIM card technology to rival mobile devices makers if they agree back the format as the new industry standard for subscriber identification modules (SIM), a move which could pave the way for more compact and efficiently-designed iOS devices....
Apple pledges royalty-free licensing of "nano-SIM" technology geared towards future iOS devices

Aereo countersues broadcasters over its internet TV streaming service

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Now that Aereo has launched its antenna TV-over-the-internet service it can devote some attention to its legal issues, and today countersued the TV networks suing it (Fox, PBS, Univision, WPIX and WNET) in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan. It's already filed another suit against Disney, CBS NBCUniversal and...
Aereo countersues broadcasters over its internet TV streaming service

Pirate Bay Ready For Perpetual IP-Address Whac-A-Mole

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The Pirate Bay is arguably the most censored website on the Internet. Courts all around the world have ordered Internet providers to block subscriber access to the torrent site, and the end is still not in sight. Within a few days, a new deadline for five UK and five Dutch...
Pirate Bay Ready For Perpetual IP-Address Whac-A-Mole

Apple, Microsoft spar over fess for SkyDrive iOS app

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Apple and Microsoft are embroiled in a fight over the SkyDrive app for iPhones and iPads, a skirmish that has left users caught in the middle. According to The Next Web, Apple has blocked updates to the SkyDrive app ever since Microsoft introduced the ability to purchase more storage...
Apple, Microsoft spar over fess for SkyDrive iOS app

Read: YouTube Blog: Release notes: Facebook Connect, real-time sharing, subscriber stats http://ow.ly/16V8Xl

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Read: YouTube Blog: Release notes: Facebook Connect, real-time sharing, subscriber stats http://ow.ly/16V8Xl

New From Blizzard Entertainment: World of Workforce Reductions

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Blizzard Entertainment, creator of the Diablo, StarCraft and Warcraft video game franchises, sacked hundreds of employees today, trimming the company down to better fit “current organizational needs.” Some 600 workers lost their jobs, most of them in divisions not related to game development. Blizzard says the World of Warcraft development...
New From Blizzard Entertainment: World of Workforce Reductions
YouTube's Biggest Overhaul Of Its Data API Yet Adds Universal Search, Efficiency, And Lets 3rd Party Tools Post To Subscribers
Murdoch to open The Times up to Google, with paywall intact
T-Mobile USA subscriber losses worsten to 205,000 in Q2
Networks sue "unauthorized" streaming service Aereo ahead of NYC launch

This is Madness

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This is Madness is a post from Chris PirilloIs this madness… or Pirillo? Community member UncleJohn has a long history of recording some of my more unmentionable moments. Any time I make an oopsie, you can find it uploaded to his YouTube channel for posterity. It’s all in good fun,...
This is Madness
Major ISPs rolling out Copyright Alert System 'in the coming weeks'

The Times And Spotify: Why Pay When Everything's Free?

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I’ll bet The Times sub-editors raised some eyebrows when their business writer Emily Ford filed her piece, Why I’m not paying any more, for the weekend… “As (Spotify) got bigger, the annoying adverts started to creep in and, with them, the gnawing sense that it was unfair to get...
The Times And Spotify: Why Pay When Everything's Free?

Site Performance, Subscriber Stats & Robots.txt Tool Removed From Google Webmaster Tools

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Google announced they are removing three features from Google Webmaster Tools. Google made the announcement on the Google Webmaster Central blog saying the three features going away include the site performance report, the subscriber stats and the robots.txt creation tool. Google placed reversed... Please visit Search Engine Land for the...
Site Performance, Subscriber Stats & Robots.txt Tool Removed From Google Webmaster Tools

Location Labs’ Safely Family Locator Hits 1B Location Checks, Partners With T-Mobile

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Location Labs’ Safely, which provides mobile services that help parents ensure the personal security kids’ mobile phones, is revealing that its Safely Family Locator has enabled more than one billion family safety location checks since inception. These “locates” have been initiated by Family Locator subscribers across millions of child phones...
Location Labs’ Safely Family Locator Hits 1B Location Checks, Partners With T-Mobile

PSA: T-Mobile's Windows Phone 8X, Lumia 810 on sale today

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After what's seemed like an interminable wait, Microsoft's freshly baked Windows Phone 8 devices are finally beginning to flood the US market. And if you happen to be a subscriber on lady Magenta, well then, mark today as the day you can claim the 8X or Lumia 810 as...
PSA: T-Mobile's Windows Phone 8X, Lumia 810 on sale today

Netflix Profit Sinks

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Online video provider Netflix Inc. issued a U.S. streaming-subscriber forecast that disappointed investors, along with the news that earnings fell 88%....
Netflix Profit Sinks

Samsung brings out Galaxy S III Developer Edition for Verizon, answers the call for an unlockable bootloader

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We didn't have too many reservations about the Galaxy S III for Verizon in stock form. Anyone who's been eager to load new firmware, however, has been up in arms over the particularly locked down bootloader that Big Red (but no other US carrier so far) demands. Enter the...
Samsung brings out Galaxy S III Developer Edition for Verizon, answers the call for an unlockable bootloader
Will Apple merge the MacBook Pro and Air lineups?

Groupon unveils Merchant Impact Report, a free service so merchants can justify their Deal performance

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Groupon has launched a new free tool for businesses called the Merchant Impact Report. Beginning today, those businesses that participate with the daily deals company can check to see how well their deal is performing, gain customer insights, and review a profit calculator. Groupon says that it’s letting local businesses...
Groupon unveils Merchant Impact Report, a free service so merchants can justify their Deal performance
Groupon Exposes Customer Emails In Google Results…Again
Over 1 Billion (Hours) Served: Netflix, Big Cable, And The Innovator’s Dilemma
Ars Premier Chat 012: Chicago CTO John Tolva & CDO Brett Goldstein

Rdio rolls out redesigned website and desktop apps, promises to make things more social

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If you've checked into Rdio's website this afternoon (and are a web or unlimited subscriber) you've probably noticed a message prompting you to try out the "new Rdio." Clicking on it will take you to the redesigned website that the music streaming service has rolled out today -- something...
Rdio rolls out redesigned website and desktop apps, promises to make things more social

MetroPCS Bleeding Subscribers as It Waits for the T-Mobile Ambulance

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Approval for MetroPCS Communications’ merger with Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile USA can’t come soon enough for the struggling prepaid wireless service provider. The company’s last year as an independent company has proven to be a particularly ugly one. On Monday, MetroPCS released its latest subscriber reports and they are, in a...
MetroPCS Bleeding Subscribers as It Waits for the T-Mobile Ambulance

The iPhone 5 Will Use Super-Small SIM Cards (AAPL)

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European phone carriers are starting to stockpile nano-SIM cards ahead of the iPhone 5 launch, and BGR reports that the next iPhone will shed its current micro-SIM for these even smaller SIM cards. A SIM (subscriber identity module) is your phone's unique identifier that helps carriers find you on a GSM...
The iPhone 5 Will Use Super-Small SIM Cards (AAPL)

WSJ believes Sprint is in trouble, but it really isn't

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Over the last year, Sprint has been working hard to rebuild its network to make it usable for its fifty million subscribers through Network Vision. The effort is difficult and expensive, but Sprint hopes it will pay off in the long run. The Wall Street Journal believes that it will...
WSJ believes Sprint is in trouble, but it really isn't
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