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  • News: Wireless Carrier Survey: Smaller Players Ranked High in Customer Satisfaction

    Cell phone carriers are learning that when it comes to service small players are more satisfying than big ones -- as far as their customers are concerned.

  • News: Google Has Eggs for Everyone This Holiday Season

    Google is helping people experience a white Christmas and giving them a light show for Hanukkah -- all on their computer screens.

  • News: Sprint's Decision to Stop Using Carrier IQ a Win for Privacy Advocates

    Sprint’s decision to disable Carrier IQ software on its handsets and no longer collect data from the service is good news for people who have privacy concerns, but it also raises questions about how the network will get the diagnostics it needs to keep performance levels up.

  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: Tinseltoe

    After a short hiatus, we're back just in time for the holidays with a little iPhone-case cheer for your browser. Whether you're looking for a last-minute gift, or getting ready to make case shopping one of your New Year's resolutions, we've got you covered!

  • News: Percolator 2.0 brews up photo mosaics with added filters and effects

    Brewing up a photo mosaic is not a lot different than making yourself a cup of coffee with Tinrocket’s Percolator 2.0 iOS app. Released Tuesday, the latest version of the special effects photo app features iPad compatibility, new effects and filters, finer control over images, and a speed boost.

  • News: Ice Cream Sandwich Coming to More Android Users

    Android users are jazzed about news that Google will be rolling out the latest iteration of its mobile operating system to more devices, but how quickly that will happen has some consumers asking questions.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Frenemy fire

    Samsung tries to recast its tablet as forbidden fruit, Siri goes abroad (and learns some new tricks here at home), and Walter Isaacson is going to milk his cash cow until the, uh, cows come home. And stare at him accusatorily. The remainders for Friday, December 16, 2011 make a perfect holiday gift.

  • News: Buying Guide: iPhone 4 and 4S cases

    Apple's designers surely didn't mean for the iPhone's sleek design to be covered up, but failing to give it a protective case leaves the device vulnerable to smudges and scratches--or, worse, shattered glass and bent metal. To minimize the risk of serious damage, consider using a protective case. Here's a quick guide to shopping for iPhone protection, along with a rundown of the most common types of cases and some examples of each type.

  • News: Share videos privately with Givit through Web, iOS

    Just because you want to share a video with someone doesn't mean you're eager to share it with everyone. That's the motivation behind Givit, a private video-sharing service with its own Web-based client and now an iOS app.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Dec. 16

    If iPhone 5 rumors were gifts this holiday season, people would already be lining up to return them.

  • News: Verizon Galaxy Nexus Hacked to Run Google Wallet

    Verizon Wireless may be reluctant to bring Google Wallet to the Galaxy Nexus, but that's not a problem for hackers. Within a day of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus launch, they've already figured out how to install Google Wallet on their phones.

  • News: Sprint disables Carrier IQ software on its handsets

    Sprint, the biggest user of Carrier IQ's software, said it has disabled use of the tool in response to customer concerns.

  • News: Cox to sell spectrum to Verizon for $315M

    Cox Communications plans to sell wireless spectrum licenses covering 28 million U.S. residents to Verizon Wireless for US$315 million, becoming the latest cable operator to join with Verizon for mobile services.

  • News: Timeline: RIM's very bad year

    You get the feeling that executives in Research in Motion will especially relish singing "Should old acquaintance be forgot" this year.

  • News: Top 10 Stories of 2011 From CIO.com

    Whether you were looking for ways to be better at your job, seeking advice for making mobile devices safe and efficient within the enterprise or brushing up on Facebook privacy, CIO.com helped you stay a step ahead of your colleagues in 2011.

  • News: Control Roku player with new iPhone app

    Roku, whose devices play streaming Internet video on the television, has unveiled a new app to let you use your iPhone as a remote control for its systems.

  • News: Apple 'to launch 7.85in iPad in 2012'

    Apple will launch a new, smaller iPad next year with a 7.85in screen, according to reports.

  • News: Report: Spectrum fragmentation will result in costlier LTE smartphones

    The plethora of spectrum bands used for LTE (Long-Term Evolution) will result in more expensive devices, and also make the ability to roam globally using the technology less likely, according to industry organisation GSM Association's research arm Wireless Intelligence.

  • News: Sprint says 26M handsets have Carrier IQ; AT&T claims 900K

    Documents filed in response to a U.S. lawmaker's request show that Sprint is by far the biggest user of Carrier IQ's software, with more than 26 million handsets featuring the controversial mobile tracking tool.

  • News: Apple's iTunes and iCloud don't allow some users to log in

    Apple is experiencing problems with its iTunes Store and iCloud services, with many Twitter users reporting that they are unable to log in using their Apple ID to download apps.



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