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  • Opinion: AT&T Launches Six Fast LTE Android Phones

    AT&T's CEO Ralph De la Vega Monday announced a slew of LTE 4G devices, ranging from high-end smartphones to a waterproof tablet to a tablet/smartphone hybrid to affordable phones under $50. De la Vega stressed the bringing LTE to the masses by offering a range of different kinds of 4G gadgets and varying prices. The announcement was made at a morning CES keynote.

  • News: Sprint unveils Nexus, tri-mode hotspot for LTE

    Sprint Nextel's first three devices for its coming LTE network will be the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper smartphones and a Sierra Wireless hotspot that will use Sprint's 3G and WiMax networks as well as LTE, the carrier announced in advance of the Consumer Electronics Show.

  • News: HTC Titan II coming to AT&T 4G LTE

    HTC announced the Titan II smartphone at CES on Monday, making it the first Windows Phone on AT&T's fast 4G LTE network.

  • Opinion: Establish a Digital Photo Editing Process That Works

    Digital workflow is a fancy term that describes the sequence of things you do between the time you take a photo and when you file it away for some future project. The right workflow can be important, because you'll get better results by using certain tools and filters in the right order. Take your program's automatic color adjustment, for example: If you run it before you crop your photo, the program will try to autocorrect unwanted parts of the photo that might be under- or over-exposed. Crop the photo first, and the software can concentrate just on the parts of the photo that are important to you. Last week we started a discussion of the ideal digital workflow; this week, let's pick up where we left off.

  • Opinion: Boost Case Hybrid Two-Piece Extended iPhone Battery Keeps Things Light

    Are two pieces better than one? Boost Case is betting that they are with its $79.95 Boost Case Hybrid extended iPhone battery.

  • News: LG aims smartphones at sports fans, corporate IT

    LG Electronics today unveiled its latest smartphone, highlighting its ability to stream sports.

  • Opinion: CES 2012: LG Wows with 55-inch OLED TV, 4G Android Phone, and Smart(er) TVs

    LG announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas a new 4G smartphone running on Verizon's network, as well as a sleeve of thin smart TVs, with 3D compatibility and Google TV on board.

  • News: iPhone purchase plans at all-time high in U.S.

    Demand for the iPhone 4S among U.S. consumers remains "incredibly strong," ChangeWave Research said today as it cited a late December survey of smartphone buying plans.

  • News: Android Arrives: Consumerization of IT Gets Muddy

    Many tech pros secretly abhor the consumerization of IT, says an Apple expert. Now, it will get tougher as holiday Android devices are surging toward the corporate network. But IT's reaction to Android might surprise you.

  • News: Dell: PCs not under threat from tablets or smartphones

    The PC is not likely to be challenged by the tablet or the smartphone, and many users of the Internet on these devices will turn to the PC for a better experience, Michael Dell said in Bangalore on Monday.

  • News: Survey: iPhone 4S tops planned smartphone purchases

    Despite the lack of an updated look for the iPhone 4S, the latest revision of Apple's smartphone continues to catch consumers' eyes. According to one recent survey, demand for the iPhone 4S is outstripping its competitors by a healthy margin.

  • Opinion: Huawei Announces Two Razor-Thin Android 4.0 Smartphones

    Huawei on Monday announced two new smartphones running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, one of which the company claims is the "world's slimmest smartphone." "Every millimeter counts," the chairman of Huawei Device, Richard Yu, said when introducing the Ascend P1 S and the thicker Ascend P1. Yu noted that the Huawei brand already has cachet in the Japanese and Chinese markets, but this is the first "hero" or flagship product from Huawei to land in the U.S.

  • News: Huawei unveils world's thinnest smartphone, signals offensive into high-end

    Chinese device manufacturer Huawei declared Monday that it would begin an offensive into the high-end market for mobile phones, unveiling at the Consumer Electronics Show what it is calling the world's slimmest smartphone.

  • News: Samsung to launch smart TV converter kit

    Samsung on Sunday showed a device that converts standard televisions into smart TVs, providing high-definition Internet access, Skype video conferencing and a small wireless keyboard remote.

  • News: Canonical demonstrates Ubuntu TV

    Anticipating a growing market for smart television sets, Canonical will be demonstrating a version of its popular Ubuntu Linux OS that can be used for running TVs.

  • Parrot unveils three new in-car media soloutions

    Three of the most innovative products of CES 2012 so far are Parrot's new internet connected, in-car media players.

  • News: Asus Intros 7-Inch Tablet, Promises Hi-Res Display for Transformer Prime

    Asus announced two new tablets will join its U.S. arsenal: One is a higher-resolution variant on the recently released Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, while the other is Asus' long-awaited take on a 7-inch tablet.

  • News: Microsoft Updates Windows Phone, Angers Users

    Microsoft released an update for Windows Phone that fixes a number of issues. That is great, but it comes with some news that has upset many Windows Phone users. Microsoft is abandoning its efforts to keep users informed of which vendors and carriers are providing the update.

  • News: Smartphones on Rampage: Next, Camcorders

    The smartphone is on a device-killing rampage, and camcorders are next on its hit list.

  • News: Huawei introduces "world's slimmest smartphone"

    At about 6.8 millimeters thick, Huawei Technologies' Android 4.0-based Ascend P1 S is the thinnest smartphone yet introduced, the company said on Monday.


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