21 October 2011

Nokia Releasing Windows Phone Devices in 'Select Countries'

Nokia Releasing Windows Phone Devices in 'Select Countries'
PC Magazine
By Chloe Albanesius Nokia will launch its first Windows Phone device later this year in "select countries," Nokia chief Stephen Elop said today. "While the launch itself will be an important milestone, it is just one more step in our journey of ...
How C Spire's iPhone 4S Serves AT&T
PC Magazine
Regional carrier C Spire's new iPhone could be used as an argument to support the AT&T/T-Mobile merger. Let's make sure that doesn't happen. C Spire, the former Cellular South, yesterday became the first US regional carrier to sell the iPhone, ...
Digg's Kevin Rose Launches Oink for iPhone
PC Magazine
By Adario Strange Kevin Rose, the founder of Digg and host of the popular tech-meets-beerfest podcast DiggNation, has since moved on to the world of iPhone apps. His latest creation, officially announced at this week's Web 2.0 Summit, is called Oink, ...
Sony shipping PlayStation 3D Display November 13
by Don Reisinger October 20, 2011 8:31 AM PDT Sony's long-awaited PlayStation 3D display will hit store shelves on November 13, the company said yesterday in a blog post. Sony unveiled the 24-inch 3D set earlier this year at E3. ...
Google Apps hasn't met LAPD's security requirements, city demands refund
Ars Technica
By Jon Brodkin | Published October 20, 2011 10:09 AM Two years after the City of Los Angeles approved a $7.25 million deal to move its e-mail and productivity infrastructure to Google Apps, the migration has still not been completed because the Los ...
Netflix Comes to Android Honeycomb Tablets
Netflix finally delivers the mobile application for Android "Honeycomb" tablets, fulfilling the desires of a few million Android tablet owners. Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) Oct. 19 made some die-hard Android tablet users happy by porting a version of its ...
iPhone 4S costs $188 to build, study finds
by Don Reisinger October 20, 2011 7:46 AM PDT Apple's iPhone 4S is one expensive smartphone to produce, a new study from IHS iSuppli has revealed. According to the researcher, which opened Apple's latest smartphone up to see what's inside, ...
Octane SSDs are blazing fast
OCZ has transformed itself from a small-time maker of computer memory for gamers and enthusiasts to one of the biggest names in the SSD realm today. OCZ has announced that it is launching a pair of new SSDs in November that are the highest capacity you ...
Today in Tech: Fortune's exclusive Steve Jobs book excerpt
By JP Mangalindan, Writer-Reporter October 20, 2011: 11:07 AM ET Fortune's curated selection of newsworthy tech stories from the last 24 hours. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you every day. "I'm not a very social person," but "Google+ I ...
Hands On: The Lytro 'Living Picture' Digital Camera
PC Magazine
By Mark Hachman In a way, Lytro's living-picture camera may be the digital camera market's version of the iPhone. And while the metaphor may be a bit forced, consider this: while the iPhone developed into a revolutionary platform for apps, ...
Enterprise users prefer Apple as iPhone, iPad reign over Android
Apple Insider
By AppleInsider Staff Newly published data on enterprise device activations show that Apple's iPhone remains the top choice for corporations over Android, while the iPad represents nearly all of enterprise tablet adoption. ...
FSF Campaigns Against Windows 8's Secure Boot
Tom's Hardware Guide
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has initiated a campaign against the Secure Boot feature in Windows 8. By design, the feature is intended to keep unwanted and potentially malicious software off a system by preventing unauthorized binaries to load ...
More than half of HD console owners buy downloadable video game content
USA Today
By Mike Snider, USA TODAY More than half of those who own high-definition game consoles (51%) have bought DLC in the last 12 months, according to a report from industry research firm EEDAR (Electronic Entertainment Design and Research). ...
Motorola ADMIRAL is Sprint's first CDMA Direct Connect smartphone
Mobile Burn
Sprint has just announced the Motorola ADMIRAL, its first CDMA-based Direct Connect smartphone. The ADMIRAL runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and is designed to withstand rugged conditions. The ADMIRAL is powered by a 1.2GHz, single-core processor, ...
BlueStacks raises $6.4M to bring Android apps to PCs
By Ryan Kim Oct. 20, 2011, 5:30am PT No Comments A little over a week after releasing PC software that lets computer users run Android apps, BlueStacks now says it has raised a strategic investment of $6.4 million from AMD and Citrix Systems along with ...
Google+, Facebook Duel On Social Media Models
Google+ integration with Google Apps coming soon, while Facebook sees social context added to more services. Google co-founder Sergey Brin and Vic Gundotra, the senior VP of engineering for Google+, reported Wednesday on the progress of the service and ...
Google+ has 'reached beyond the early adopters,' manager says
by Don Reisinger October 20, 2011 7:02 AM PDT Google+ has officially moved beyond its infant stages, the social project's product manager Bradley Horowitz said at the All Things Digital AsiaD conference today. Speaking to All Things Digital's Peter ...
Facebook Messenger Now Available for BlackBerry - Best Cross-Platform ...
PC Magazine
By BrothaTech The Facebook Messenger App for iPhone and Android is a quick way to message your friends without wading through the entire Facebook app. Now that FB Messenger is available for BlackBerry, not only do BB fans new get to quickly message ...
LA Noire Complete Edition Confirmed for PS3 and 360
We sort of already knew this, but the upcoming Complete Edition of Team Bondi's swan song is coming to PS3 and 360 as well as PC. by Pete Davison In mid-September, a Czech distributor accidentally outed the existence of the LA Noire Complete Edition ...
Report: Sony Pictures Closing Deal On Assassin's Creed Movie
by Mike Rose [Console/PC, Business] Sony Pictures is currently in the middle of closing a deal to create a film franchise based on the popular Assassin's Creed video game series, according to media reports. The film division is headed by former ...
Windows Phone Chief Shows Off AT&T's New 'Mango' Lineup
PC Magazine
By Chloe Albanesius Microsoft on Wednesday provided a look at its new Windows Phone "Mango" lineup for AT&T—the HTC Titan, Samsung Focus S, and Samsung Focus Flash. Appearing at the AsiaD conference in Hong Kong, Windows Phone president Andy Lees ...
Google, Oracle to Talk After Judge Backs Out
By Sandy Fitzgerald | Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:34 am The Oracle-Google patent trial is on hold after the presiding judge vacated the trial date, potentially giving the tech companies more time to hammer out a settlement. US District Judge William Alsup, ...
Teen Driving Awareness Week: Realities of distracted driving
KBZK Bozeman News
All this week we have been looking at some of the major issues for drivers, in recognition of Teen Driving Awareness Week. This segment looks at the realities of distracted driving. "Distracted driving is really anything that takes your eyes off the ...
Facebook Changes Inspire More Grumbling
New York Times
By DAVID POGUE Facebook recently redesigned its site, moving things around and adding new elements. Of course, Facebook frequently fiddles with its features, and these fixes frequently infuriate its fans. The latest in technology from the Times's David ...
Google Analytics Shows How Customers Travel Your Site
Google's new real-time user flow capability shows how website visitors become customers--and why they don't. By David F. Carr InformationWeek Google Analytics is adding two new ways of seeing your website data, visually and in realtime. ...
Did Giant Stars Feed Blue Stragglers?
Science Friday
This image of the open star cluster NGC 188 was taken at the WIYN 0.9m in V, B and I. The blue stragglers are circled. Image credit: K. Garmany, F. Haas NOAO/AURA. In a letter to the journal Nature published this week, astronomers Aaron Geller and ...
Amazing Quantum Levitation Technology Could Open the Door to ...
By Molly Cotter
A team of researchers at Tel-Aviv University have discovered a way to make objects float in mid-air with quantum levitation.
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MIT's Technology Review publishes a special science fiction issue ...
By Annalee Newitz
MIT's venerable science and technology magazine, Technology Review, has just published a gorgeous one-off issue devoted to science fiction that's inspired by "today's emerging technologies." Called TRSF, the issue acknowledges the ...
Riverbed Technology says 3Q net rose 39 pct - CBS MoneyWatch.com
SAN FRANCISCO — Riverbed Technology Inc. said on Wednesday that its third-quarter net income rose almost 39 percent on strong growth for both products and services. The results beat analyst expectations, and its shares rose more than ...
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