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  • News: LightSquared proposes spectrum change to allay GPS concerns

    LightSquared announced it will change its spectrum use and lower the power of its LTE radios, to allay concerns that the wholesale wireless network will interfere with GPS radios. But it may not be enough to satisfy the company's critics.

  • News: Control Your PC from a Tablet

    Tablets let you take work on the road, but they can't replace a desktop or laptop for every function. The next best thing to having a PC on hand, perhaps, is the capability to control your computer remotely from a tablet.

  • News: Security concerns aside, consumer IT takes over enterprises

    To mitigate the risks associated with these technologies, organizations are moving away from a "trust-only" approach and deploying three-layer security and compliance strategies that include a combination of trust, policy and technology, the study says.

  • News: Apple branded television arriving 2012: analyst

    An Apple branded television set could be arriving in 2012 according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster

  • News: Gartner: How to get a handle on mobile device management

    It was only a few years ago that mobile device management was as simple as using Research in Motion's BlackBerry Enterprise Server as the hub for all your devices.

  • News: Lawmakers want to block LightSquared approval

    A U.S. House of Representatives committee has stepped into the fray over startup LightSquared's planned mobile data network, and passed a bill that would block the Federal Communications Commission from spending any money granting the carrier a waiver it is seeking.

  • News: AT&T iPad hacker pleads guilty

    A 26-year-old man who last year helped hackers publish personal information belonging to about 120,000 iPad users pleaded guilty to fraud and hacking charges in a New Jersey court Thursday.

  • News: T-Mobile: More than 1 million iPhones on U.S. network

    Although only AT&T and Verizon officially support the iPhone in the U.S., it turns out plenty of enterprising customers have gotten their phones working on T-Mobile's network, too. T-Mobile confirmed to Macworld on Thursday that it "does have more than one million iPhones on its network today."

  • News: Ericsson, mobile operators gear SMS app for refugees

    Ericsson has teamed up with Africa's leading mobile operators to provide a free SMS-based application to help reunite refugees and displaced persons with families.

  • News: AT&T iPad hacker pleads guilty

    A 26-year-old man who last year helped hackers publish personal information belonging to about 120,000 iPad users pleaded guilty to fraud and hacking charges in a New Jersey court Thursday.

  • News: Coming with 3D: Smartphones from Sprint, AT&T

    Glasses-free 3D smartphones are about to invade the U.S., with Sprint selling the HTC Evo 3D on Friday and AT&T confirming that sales of the LG Thrill 4G will begin sometime later this summer.

  • News: 5 Coolest Lytro Light Field Camera Features

    Start-up camera maker Lytro promises that before the end of the year you will be taking pictures without worrying about pesky details such as focus, lighting, shutter speed and exposure. The company is pioneering a new kind of consumer camera that Lytro says can capture every ray of light within a camera's field of view. The technique is called "light field capture" which records various aspects of a light ray such as color, intensity, and direction. Regular cameras, Lytro says, merely record all the light rays without discerning the subtleties.

  • News: Nokia's First Windows Phone Codenamed 'Sea Ray' Surfaces

    Nokia has shown its first Windows Phone to the world, perhaps by accident.

  • News: Asus May Have 13-Inch Android Laptop in the Works

    Asus is rumored to be working on making the largest Android laptop to date: a 13-inch device with an attractive price tag under $299 and possibly a quad-core Nvidia processor. This cheap laptop, according to DigiTimes , may be expected as early as the end of 2011. Other computer manufacturers - Samsung, Toshiba, and Acer - are also expected to follow suit in introducing competitively priced ARM-based notebooks.

  • News: T-Mobile Says 1 Million iPhones on its Network

    There are currently at least a million unlocked iPhones on T-Mobile's network, or at least that's what the carrier has been telling people at the PepCom conference in New York. T-Mobile claims most of the phones pre-date the iPhone 4, which means those users physically had to trim their T-Mobile SIM card to get them to fit into their device.

  • News: Video shows first Nokia Windows Phone, code-named Sea Ray

    The first Windows Phone from Nokia is code-named Sea Ray, comes with an 8-megapixel camera and uses the Mango version of Microsoft's OS,according to a video sent to Hungarian Web site Technet.hu.

  • News: Hulu Plus app arrives for six Android phones

    U.S. video streaming service Hulu is expanding its reach to Android, but the app only works on six smartphones so far, the company said in a blog post on Wednesday.

  • News: Danish operators join forces on mobile wallet

    TDC, Telenor, TeliaSonera and Three are cooperating on the launch of a digital wallet service based on NFC (Near Field Communications) in Denmark, the operators said on Thursday.

  • News: Apple iPad 2 Display Ranks Best in Face-Off Against Android

    The first thing you notice about a tablet is its display. Even when a tablet is powered down, its display is what jumps out first, since the screen is the most dominant part. The quality of the display is a critical component of a tablet, just as image quality is essential to any screen, be it for a laptop, a monitor, a smartphone, or even an HDTV.

  • News: Remains of the Day: All work and no play

    Samsung doesn't get to play with future Apple products, Taiwanese manufacturers are getting pretty familiar with Amazon's purported tablet PC, and the Machine Project wants to tinker with Los Angeles's supply of Apple IIs. As for the remainders for Wednesday, June 22, 2011, don't tell me no lines and keep your hands to yourself.



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