Archive for December, 2009
Verizon Wireless announced it will host a webcast on Jan. 20, 2010, to review updated specifications for wireless devices that will run on the nationwide 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network it is building on the Upper 700 MHz C-Block spectrum. Released today, the updated specifications address network access and ...
The e-book reading device is the gadget gift of the season. Both Sony (NYSE: SNE) and Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) have sold out of their new models, and new buyers will have to wait until January for delivery. So why are e-book readers still such clumsy, annoying devices?
WASHINGTON (AFP) - Worldwide sales of mobile devices are expected to decline by nearly 0.7 percent this year and pick up again next year with nine percent growth, Gartner research group said Tuesday.
Many people I know are frightfully attached to their iPhones. They treat them as if they were a peculiar and exotic lover, one they can hardly believe they have managed to seduce.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia will close its only two flagship stores in the United States, in a sign its retail strategy of flashy brand-booster outlets is needing a refresh.
New York -- -38% of 1000 consumers in the United States who were polled by ABI Research in October 2009 claim to have recycled outdated mobile handsets. Of those, nearly 70% said they had donated their old handsets to charity organizations and received charitable contribution tax deductions. Fewer than 5% ...
A leaked portfolio of upcoming HTC products indicates the company is shifting much of their focus to Android-based phones. Five of the eight models due for 2010 will sport Android, the remainder powered by Windows Mobile 6.5. This marks a change for HTC, which has primarily manufactured Windows-based devices.
NOKIA'S latest Eseries mobile phone is the little brother of the more powerful and slimmer E71. Commanding an outright price of under $400, the Nokia E63 retains most of the Nokia E71's design traits - including a full QWERTY keyboard - but it lacks built-in GPS and HSDPA connectivity.
Would you like to let AT&T know when your iPhone has dropped a call? Well, now there is an app for that. AT&T on Monday released a new application called "Mark the Spot," which lets iPhone users submit complaints about dropped calls, poor service coverage, and less-than-perfect voice quality.
Perhaps you have already become used to Verizon’s Droid tossing names at the iPhone like an 8-year-old boy behind his teacher’s back. However, the latest ill feelings directed at Apple’s little cutey seem beyond even anything heard in an elementary school.