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Patents Attack 2: Google's Revenge

Sep 8, 2011
HTC, a Taiwanese manufacturer, makes it money on low cost - high volume production. Kind of similar to Foxxconn, the Chinese company that makes...
Posted In: apple, gadgets, Google, htc, mobile

4G networks like "handful of magic beans"?

Aug 4, 2011
A new report from the group Public Knowledge warns consumers that new, faster, 4G wireless service may not be as magical and amazing as it seems....
Posted In: 4G, data, mobile

T-Mobile joins the payment party

Aug 3, 2011
Yesterday, we wrote about Verizon teaming up with American Express to let customers buy stuff with their phones. Now, T-Mobile is planning to la...
Posted In: credit, mobile, T-Mobile

Making and taking mobile credit payments

Aug 2, 2011
Buying and selling is getting a whole lot more mobile....
Posted In: american express, mobile, Square

The seemingly-inevitable-end of unlimited data plans draws nearer

Aug 1, 2011
AT&T will begin throttlingthe top 5 percent of data users on its unlimited data plans in October. The change applies to users who were...
Posted In: AT&T, data, iPhone, mobile, throttle

NSA & cell phone tracking

Jul 27, 2011
This guy say you don't need to join a hacker collective before federal agents can follow your trail in cyber space....
Posted In: Congress, government, mobile, nsa, privacy, security

Verizon to pay up to $90 million in refunds to customers

Oct 4, 2010
There were all these little charges of $1.99 charged to customers over the years because of data exchanges initiated by software built into their...
Posted In: business, mobile, Verizon

Obscenely wealthy person slightly less obscenely wealthy than he theoretically could have been

Oct 1, 2010
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer received only half of his potential bonus, a mere $670,000 (insult!) from the Microsoft board of directors after his...
Posted In: ballmer, Entertainment, kin, Microsoft, mobile, Web Culture

Yikes! Android apps covertly sending user data to advertisers

Sep 30, 2010
According to a new study by Duke University, Penn State University, and Intel Labs, several popular free Android apps have been sharing personal...
Posted In: android, mobile, privacy

PlayBook enters the tablet computer fray

Sep 27, 2010
Research In Motion, the company that should just call itself BlackBerry in order to make my life easier because then I wouldn't have to type all...
Posted In: Blackberry, business, gadgets, iPad, mobile

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