LTE-Equipped BlackBerry Coming from RIM?

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Some people are saying that if AT&T didn’t push Research in Motion to create an HSDPA-equipped BlackBerry that the Bold may not have ever come into existence. Well, it seems that while RIM wasn’t quite as motivated to do HSDPA on its own, it very much wants to create a BlackBerry that takes advantage of […]

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Telus Following in Footsteps of Alltel and Verizon, Attempting LTE

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By and large, most of the developed world operates on some form of GSM-based technology. Whether you find yourself in Taipei or Barcelona, the cellular service provider probably does the GSM thing. There are very few places left in the world that still do CDMA and we happen to live in one of them. Even […]

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Sony PSP 4GB Harddrive, but at what cost?

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Sony PSP users have one common thing in mind, they need more space. Being restricted to the UMD format may be tough for those who like to carry a wide variety of their own content, so a company has released a 4GB hard drive that will add on to your PSP mobile gaming console, the […]

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Pretec 4GB MMC Plus 266X Flash Memory Extendable to 2TB

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At IFA in Berlin today, Pretec unveiled their 4GB MMC Plus 266X flash memory card that is extendable to 2TB. Pretec is claiming that this is the fastest and largest MMC card in the world. Theoretical maximum speed of today’s popular MMC 3.x and SD 1.0 cards are 2.5MB/s (16X) and 12.5MB/s (83X) in SD’s […]

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JVC Everio Line Records Video and Stills on 4GB Microdrive

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JVC has come out with a new duo of digital camcorders this week. The JVC Everio GZ-MC200 and the Everio GZ-MC100 both support dvd-quality MPEG2 video recording at 1600×1200 UXGA, and can capture 60 minutes of video directly to a 4GB CompactFlash micro-drive. The camcorders also feature a 2.12 megapixel CCD for capturing 1600 x […]

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GN Netcom Launches the GN 9120 Advanced Wireless 2.4Ghz Headset

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GN Netcom, the innovation leader in hands-free telephony, today announced the introduction of the GN 9120, the world’s most advanced wireless headset for business professionals. The GN 9120 is the newest member in a family of products designed from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s professional. The first completely wireless headset that […]

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Telus to Soft-Launch HSPA Network on September 2nd

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We had knon for some time that both Telus Mobility and Bell Mobility would be transitioning over to the GSM side of things with a new HSPA network and, eventually, a 4G LTE-based network across Canada. They were aiming to have this 3G network in place for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and, based […]

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3G Network from AT&T Will Boast 20Mbps Speeds Next Year

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Even though the 3G network currently offered by AT&T is a serious improvement over EDGE speeds, it’s not nearly as fast as some of the other HSDPA networks in Europe and Asia. That may soon change, because we hear that AT&T plans on doing the HSUPA upgrade to its 3G network later this year, effectively […]

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Greenpois0n Jailbreak FAQ released for iOS devices

For those who can’t wait for a Dev-Team developed jailbreak for your iPhone, iPad or iPods, then you may have looked at GreenPois0n as an alternative. The tool comes with no guarantee, and raises many questions for users looking to break their 4.1 firmware.

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Verizon iPhone 4 could be announced at CES 2011

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If everything goes according to a WSJ report that surfaced yesterday, the Apple iPhone could be available from Verizon Wireless in early 2011. Reports indicate that Apple is making a new iPhone near the end of this year, although we’ve heard this story for the past 5 years, a Verizon iPhone is looking more clear according to new information.

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Nintendo 3DS: What you see is what you get

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Whenever a company reveals a product ahead of launch date, they tell you that this may not be the final design. Such is the case with the Nintendo 3DS, but it seems that the Japanese game maker is unlikely to significantly alter the design of the 3DS before its release. As you may recall, the Nintendo 3DS made its official debut to the world at E3 in Los Angeles last month. It comes with a new analog joystick, a slightly modified take on the DS design, a couple of extra cameras, and the 3D top display.

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Acer surprise: 7-inch Android tablet

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Leading up to Computex Taipei next week, Acer decided to host a little shindig to show off its LumiRead e-book reader. This sounded like yet another Kindle alternative, but then Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci appeared on the stage with something quite different.

Yes, the regular e-book reader was there, but the device in Lanci’s hands was anything but “just another Kindle clone.” In fact, what he held was an unannounced Acer powered Google Android tablet. Even Lanci himself called it a tablet.

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Mobile Security – The Gathering Storm

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Discretix expects mobile business security to be catalyzed by a few high profile incidents that will escalate and catapult industry awareness and priority. The immediate response will include mandatory encryption, and other security standards subject to regulatory compliance. A mobile phone/internet device can increase enterprise productivity, but the downside and risk must be taken into consideration. In dollar figures, RIM’s recent acquisition of Certicom weighed in at $100 million, so this downside is not trivial.

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