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  • News: Sony recalls 1.6m dangerous Bravia LCD TVs

    Sony is recalling 1.6 million of its best-selling 40-inch Bravia LCD televisions, following incidents of hot TVs emitting smoke and parts melting due to faulty components.

  • News: First Look: HTC Radar 4G with Windows Phone Mango

    Tonight at Pepcom Mobile Focus at CTIA in San Diego, I got my hands on a few Windows Phone Mango devices, including the HTC Radar 4G on T-Mobile. The Radar ships with Windows Phone Mango, Microsoft's update to its mobile platform. The Mango update has been sent to existing Windows Phone customers already, but there haven't been any phones in the U.S. that have shipped with Mango.

  • News: Facebook iPad app 'full of bugs'

    Facebook's recently-released app for the iPad has been criticised by users who claim it is full of bugs.

  • News: Vodafone adjusts iPhone 4S tariffs

    Vodafone has adjusted many of its tariffs for the iPhone 4S, in some cases cutting the up-front charge by as much as £120.

  • News: Sony suspends 93,000 online accounts after illicit logins

    Sony has suspended 93,000 user accounts on several of its gaming and entertainment networks after unauthorized login attempts on those accounts, it said Wednesday.

  • News: Sony suspends 93,000 online accounts after illicit logins

    Sony has suspended 93,000 user accounts on several of its gaming and entertainment networks after unauthorized login attempts on those accounts, it said Wednesday.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Hip to be square

    Heck of a week, huh? And things are only just getting started. Early iPhone 4S units have begun slipping out overseas, the iPad is dominating in the Web surfing arena, and one of the great writers of our time remembers Steve Jobs. The remainders for Tuesday, October 11, 2011 are so tired they could eat a lion. With milk.

  • News: Intel moves away from digital TV business

    Intel on Tuesday said it was winding down its TV business and reallocating the resources to develop "ultrabooks," smartphones and tablets.

  • News: Telstra announces iPhone 4S plans

    Telstra has released its pricing and plan details for Apple's iPhone 4S, just two days before its official launch on Friday 14 October.

  • News: RIM global outage caused by core switch failure; fix under way

    BlackBerry service delays experienced by users around the world on Tuesday were caused by a core switch failure within the RIM infrastructure, the company said late Tuesday.

  • Opinion: Hands-On With the Huawei Ascend II for Cricket

    At CTIA 2011 in San Diego, Huawei outlined its plans to take on the US mobile market. The company showed off a few of its latest phones to hit our shores, including the eye-catching Huawei Ascend II for Cricket. This prepaid phone is currently available for $180 with no contract.

  • News: Cellphones will become a way to attack otherwise protected devices: report

    Mobile phones will become an increasing menace to network security that could drop malware onto protected devices when they dock to sync or plug into USB ports to charge, security experts say in a Georgia Tech report.

  • Opinion: Scary Super-Realistic Face Masks Are Scary

    Sure, we all think we look stunning when we sneak a peak in the mirror, but does the world really need more than one of our faces floating around? Twins my be able to get away with it naturally, but the rest of us would have to come up with some 3-D photo-realistic printing device that would create life-like masks. Oh wait, someone’s already done that leg work. Score.

  • News: Embracing 'bring your own' technology

    Reasonably-priced and increasingly powerful consumer information technology, such as laptops and smartphones, has proved a boon for the home user, but creates a growing challenge for the organisation as employees want to continue using their devices in the office.

  • Opinion: New Secure Android Tool Divides Data for Work or Play

    If you use your Android smartphone for both business and pleasure, a product introduced today at a trade show in Germany appears to be worth following. A version of Android called BizzTrust creates two partitions in Android--one for personal use and another super-secure one for business.

  • News: 3 Reasons to Get an iPhone 4S

    The all-geek jury has come back with an early verdict: Demand for the iPhone 4S is sky high.

  • News: Huawei Aims to Be Major Player in U.S. Smartphone Market

    At a press conference this morning at CTIA 2011 in San Diego, Chinese company Huawei outlined its strategy for entering the U.S. mobile market.

  • News: Nexus Prime smartphone, Android 4.0 delayed over patent dispute?

    Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin asserted today that the Samsung Nexus Prime smartphone and Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, are "under question" over patent disputes.

  • Opinion: Samsung Transfix: Prepaid Android Messaging Phone

    Even though Samsung canceled its Unpacked event with Google this week, it has still announced quite a few phones here at the CTIA 2011 show in San Diego. The Transfix might not be as exciting as the Nexus Galaxy, the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone, but it is positive news for prepaid customers.

  • News: AT&T Unveils Five Android Phones at CTIA 2011

    On the eve of the CTIA 2011 show in San Diego, AT&T announced its fall line-up of Android phones. The carrier did not announce any exact release dates for the phones nor did it reveal pricing. From looking at the specs, however, it seems that most of these phones will fall into the growing category of inexpensive Android phones.



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