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  • News: Samsung details Android 4.0 phone, tablet upgrades for U.S. carriers

    Samsung posted a list today detailing which Samsung phones and tablets sold by U.S. carriers will eventually receive an upgrade to Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • News: Tablets appeal to wrinklies and kids more than smartphones

    Old people and their less-wrinkly counterparts have fallen bald head over hip replacement in love with tablets, such as the Apple iPad.

  • News: Samsung Releases Ice Cream Sandwich Upgrade List

    Many of Samsung’s smartphones and tablets released in the U.S. will receive an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, with a couple of notable exceptions. While newer Samsung Android phones will be graced with Android 4.0, if you have a Galaxy S, an original 7-inch Galaxy Tab or if you are a T-Mobile customer, you may be out of luck.

  • News: The Android Update Trap

    The Samsung Galaxy S II was supposed to be David Petty’s dream phone. He'd watched the smartphone market for a couple of years, and finally pulled the trigger on his first Android handset when AT&T launched the Galaxy S II last October. For the first few months, it was perfect.

  • News: Steve Wozniak speaks about Apple's early days

    Co-founder reflects on Apple’s struggles, sacrifices, sleeping patterns and Steve Jobs

  • News: Apple highlights benefits of iOS devices in business

    New sections on Apple’s website aim to get the iPad and iPhone into the workplace

  • News: Advertisers to focus on in-app ads in 2012

    Advertisers are expected to spend more on advertising in smartphone apps than on mobile websites this year, according to research.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Antitrust fund

    Apple may settle ebook price-fixing allegations, but only across the pond; Eddy Cue has some tough love for news publishers; and a boardwalk classic finds a new home. Step right up and see the amazing, death-defying, one-of-a-kind remainders for Monday, April 23, 2012.

  • News: Are BYOD Workers More Productive?

    Most people prefer using their personal smartphone or tablet for work than a company-issued one. Does this mean their productivity will increase? Probably, says Aberdeen Group.

  • News: Live TV streaming scam app slips past Apple (UPDATED)

    Apple approved app that allowed users to stream TV such as Sky Movies with no jailbreak or subscription

  • News: Apple in new patent dispute over touch technology

    Patent dispute regards a “touch screen based systems that allow users to manipulate images using gestures, such as selecting an image by touching it, and flicking images off of the screen,” according to a press release issued by the law firm representing patent holder, Flatworld Interactives.

  • News: Next iPhone to be thinner, with in-cell display technology

    The next generation iPhone will be thinner, using Japanese in-cell technology for its displays.

  • News: NibleTV Plans to Offer Live Broadcast TV Via Internet

    A new start-up called NimbleTV wants to bring live broadcast television streaming online, whether the cable companies like it or not. The service is launching in private beta Monday allowing selected users to live stream more than 24 channels viewable on any device including smartphones, PCs, tablets, or Internet-connected TVs. NimbleTV will also feature DVR-style recording features, and the company claims you will be able to order cable packages through its service from other countries. NimbleTV's beta period, however, will include TV content from the U.S. and India. At the time of this writing NimbleTV was still accepting private beta sign-ups on its website.

  • News: Learn the Secret to Kaiser Permanente's Sustainable Mobile Strategy

    Healthcare CIOs know mobile is important to their customers. Phil Fasano, CIO of Kaiser Permanente, took a slow-but-steady mobile approach and is seeing big results since its new site and apps launched.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Viper Now on Sprint Shelves

    Sprint customers won't be able to run at blazing fast speeds yet but will be able to take advantage of Near Field Communications technology with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the LG Viper now in stores.

  • News: Canada's CTV gets a grip on international roaming voice, data costs

    International voice, text and data costs can get expensive for vacation and business travelers alike, something Canadian news operation CTV found out the hard way. Now it's cutting costs with a telecom expense management system.

  • News: John Lewis launches broadband service

    John Lewis has branched out into offering broadband internet.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S III Listing Spotted on Amazon Germany

    Less than two weeks before Samsung will introduce its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III has been spotted on a German Amazon site. The listing describes the device as having a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, a 12-megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash and face detection, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and 16GB of internal memory, expandable to 32GB.

  • News: Crazy DIY Goggles Let You Take Control of Your Dreams

    Whenever you dream, you go into a world completely of your own imagination's creation. In most cases, you don't know when you are dreaming, but when you do, it becomes something known as a lucid dream, which leads to a whole other "god-level" of dream control.

  • News: Apple's Phil Schiller ditched Instagram when it went Android

    “It ‘jumped the shark’ when it went to Android,” Schiller said. This response has lead to a lot of speculation, with some reporters suggesting that Schiller turned his back on Instagram due to its association with arch-enemy Google.

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