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Is it the End of the Line? AT&T and T-Mobile Drop FCC Applications
Nov 25th 2011 at 10:24am by Joseph Sugabo

AT&T has withdrawn its FCC application with T-Mobile on Wednesday thanks to the FCCs decision to require AT&T and T-Mobile to sit through an administrative hearing. “As a result of the FCC’s action, AT&T expects to recognize a pretax accounting charge of $4 billion ($3 billio...



Keep the Wolf from the Door: FCC Attempts to thwart AT&T/ T-Mobile Merger
Nov 23rd 2011 at 09:59am by Joseph Sugabo

“You can’t create a monster, then whine when it stomps on a few buildings” (Lisa Simpson). U.S. regulators are going to great lengths to ensure that AT&T never has the chance to stomp on anything. AT&T’s $39 billion T-Mobile acquisition is in hot water today (November...



Flash in the Pan: Adobe to Focus on HTML5
Nov 21st 2011 at 10:17am by Joseph Sugabo

Abode vice president and general manager Danny Winokur released a blog post on November 9, 2011 stating that Adobe would stop development of its Flash Player for mobile browsers so that it can focus on HTML5. Winokur stated that, “HTML5 is now universally supported on major mobile devices, in ...



Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: The New NVIDIA Kal-El Chip
Nov 19th 2011 at 08:28pm by Joseph Sugabo

Announced February 2011 by NVIDIA, Project Kal-El is a chip that would make even Superman jealous. The Tegra 3 or, Kal-El is a quad-core processing powerhouse that promises to power through your high performance tasks like a locomotive. It’s not without its little secret though, just like the ...



Ubuntu Coming To Smartphones, Tablets And Television?
Nov 1st 2011 at 08:46am by Wayne Tempel

Yes, Canonical the people behind the Linux based OS Ubuntu have announced their plans to enter into the smartphone and tablet arena. I for one am excited about this. Ubuntu, I think is by far the best and easiest to use Linux OS. If you haven’t tried it, I would encourage you to do so. You can...



The Patent Wars Are Heating Up!
Oct 27th 2011 at 09:31am by Wayne Tempel

There will clearly be no true winners in all of the patent wars between Android partners, Apple and Microsoft. The latest in this war between the big three Google, Apple and Microsoft intensified today after Apple was rewarded the slide to unlock feature, which is available on numerous smartphones a...



Nokia Rolls Out First Windows Phones: No Word On Snake (Yet).
Oct 26th 2011 at 07:42am by KyleRSharick

The worlds largest cellphone maker Nokia will unveil a new line of cellphones using Microsoft software on Wednesday at the Nokia World media and industry event in London. Nokia's market share and popularity have plummeted since the arrival of pretty much any phone, after Nokia. However the Nordic le...



Android. The New App King?
Oct 25th 2011 at 09:03am by Wayne Tempel

Over the last few years, mobile applications or apps, as we like to refer to them, have become extremely popular. So much so, that some people can’t live without theirs. It grew with Apple and the popularity of the iPod Touch & the ever popular iPhone. With the popularity of other platform...