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  • News: FCC axes LightSquared LTE dreams

    Anyone expecting LightSquared to bring LTE services to their neighborhood got a rude awakening today when the FCC said it would not permit the company to run an LTE network on satellite spectrum.

  • News: FCC May Kill LightSquared's Plans for Wireless Revolution

    LightSquared's plans to revolutionize the wireless industry with a broadband network may have been dealt a death blow by the Federal Communications Commission.

  • News: Apple's iPad Aims to Revolutionize Education

    The iPad exposed a dirty little secret about the American workplace: Most people don't use computers much in their jobs. But now the iPad might change how a traditionally non-tech worker - the high school teacher - performs in the classroom.

  • News: The Week in iOS Accessories: Retro-gaming

    We admit it: We're suckers for iOS accessories that take us back to a time before iPhones and iPads, when you had to hook up an expensive console to a television set in order to play games like Pac-Man. Luckily, this week's roundup includes just such an item, as well as a few other new products that caught our eye.

  • News: Google+ iPhone App Gets Instant Photo Upload Feature

    The latest version of the Google+ app for iPhone brings instant photo uploads, a cool feature previously available only to Android users. Once enabled, Instant Upload will automatically send your photos and videos to a private Google+ album, from where you can pick which ones you’ll share with the world.

  • News: Telenor seeks compensation from Indian partner for loss of 2G licenses

    Norwegian mobile operator Telenor said Wednesday that it has issued a notice to its Indian joint venture partner seeking indemnity and compensation after the cancellation earlier this month of its 22 2G licenses by India's Supreme Court.

  • News: EU IT companies to get guidance on human rights issues

    European surveillance technologies and mobile phone filtering companies could find themselves in hot water if they fail to respect human rights. Meanwhile two Irish companies have been reported as selling tech to the Syrian regime that is being used to thwart civil rights protesters.

  • News: SEC denies carrier attempts to block shareholder net neutrality votes

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected attempts by three telecom companies to block shareholder votes on whether they should commit to net neutrality principles.

  • News: How and When to Build a Mobile Website

    As of November 2011, 91.4 million people in the United States owned smartphones, according to comScore. That was an 8 percent increase over just a few months before. And if the trend continues, as most analysts and smartphone vendors believe it will, the number of individuals in the United States with a smartphone will be close to, if not exceed, 100 million by March 2012 - that's nearly one out of three Americans. And that's not including the number of people using iPads and tablet PCs, which was well over 15 million as of June 2011, per CTIA, the Wireless Association.

  • News: New processor to cut cost of LTE smartphones, says Renesas

    Chip maker Renesas Mobile has launched the MP5232, a processor that will allow vendors to build LTE (Long Term Evolution) smartphones with a price tag between US$150 and $300, the company said on Wednesday.

  • News: Malware Network Threats Rising, How to Defend Yourself

    In 2011, cybercriminals stepped up their game with the creation of malware networks (malnets)-distributed network infrastructures that exploit popular places on the Internet like search engines and social networking sites to repeatedly launch a variety of malware attacks.

  • News: Prioritizing tech projects: How managers make a short list of long demands

    As top technology dog at Aspen Skiing Co. for the last 16 years, Paul Major has honed the art of keeping multiple balls in the air.

  • News: Eight tips for OS X's Quick Look

    OS X's Quick Look lets you view a file's contents by selecting it in the Finder and then pressing the spacebar. There's no need to wait for the file to open in an application--it appears immediately, so you can look up a number or date, or simply see if this is the file you want. Read text files, RTF files, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint documents. Sneak a peek at Pages, Numbers and Keynote files. Play videos, in many formats, and even listen to music files. But as handy as all that is, Quick Look can do even more:

  • News: Cook: Apple will lead the way in improving working conditions

    Apple CEO Tim Cook defended his company's record on working conditions for the employees that make the parts and assemble the products that Apple sells. And he noted that Apple is continually assessing how it does business, with an eye toward improving the lives of its workforce.

  • News: Google Wallet Open for Business Again

    Google has issued a fix that changes the behavior of Google Wallet prepaid cards to prevent abuse. The ability to add new prepaid cards to Google Wallet has been restored, and the mobile payment system is back in business.

  • News: Boost for wireless in Europe as more spectrum is made available

    Wireless broadband gets a boost in Europe after the European Parliament on Wednesday voted in favor of reallocating radio spectrum frequencies.

  • News: East African firms caught up in hacking spree

    A number of sites in East Africa were hacked starting last week by multiple hackers, in what appears to be an uncordinated hacking spree .The hacks come just after an overnight hack involving 103 Government of Kenya websites by an Indonesian hacker. This include the website of MTN, the largest mobile operator in Rwanda and a major player across the continent. Hackers in the name of INYANGAMUGAYO got an entry into the database changed MTN's website, leaving a politically motivated message to Rwanda's president, Paul Kagame. The attack appears to border on issues of National Security for the country.

  • News: Cisco loses its smart grid head

    Cisco has lost another high-ranking executive, as Microsoft last week named Laura Ipsen as corporate vice president of its Worldwide Public Sector organization.

  • News: OCZ launches 16TB flash card

    OCZ Technology released a PCIe-based NAND flash card that offers five times the capacity and three times the performance of its previous generation card. The product is aimed at cloud environments by speeding up I/O performance in servers.

  • News: Sky Go for Android available on 22 February

    Technology website TechRadar is reporting that sources "close to the matter" revealed 22 February as the launch date for the Android app.



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