Archivio di ottobre 2010

Apple sues Motorola: A look at the complaints

The iPhone maker sings the sue-me-sue-you blues as it fires back at Motorola with two lawsuits covering a number of patents, including material involving multitouch technologies.

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Facebook holding mobile event next week

Despite shooting down rumors that the company was working on a mobile handset earlier this year, Facebook is holding a mobile-focused event at its headquarters next week.

Originally posted at Web Crawler

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Is wireless better in Europe?

CNET chats with Olaf Swantee, an executive vice president for the wireless carrier Orange. Swantee manages the company’s operations in 11 countries in Europe and the Caribbean.

Originally posted at Dialed In

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Ask Maggie: On disabling unwanted Android apps, recycling cell phones

This week’s Ask Maggie tech advice column helps readers with questions about getting rid of unwanted Android apps, demystifying 3G connections, and how to recycle cell phones.

Originally posted at Signal Strength

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3G sets up base camp at Mount Everest

Ncell, a TeliaSonera subsidiary, has launched 3G services covering the Khumbu region, with the main aim of providing coverage of the tourist walking route up to Everest.

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People feel safer on a PC than on a mobile device

Majority of people polled for new Symantec study feel more safe and secure going online with their home computers than with their mobile phones.

Originally posted at News – Security

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Phone-toting time traveler in Chaplin movie?

The appearance of an old woman (or a man in drag) who might just be holding a cell phone in the Charlie Chaplin movie “The Circus” moves some to theorize that it has been infiltrated by a time traveler.

Originally posted at Technically Incorrect

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Google: Android was our best acquisition ever

Google Vice President David Lawee praises the 2005 purchase of the makers of the mobile operating system as its “best deal ever.” Do you agree? Voice your opinion in our poll.

Originally posted at The Digital Home

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FCC settles with Verizon over mystery charges

The largest such settlement in FCC history, Verizon Wireless has agreed to pay $25 million over erroneous charges on cell phone bills.

Originally posted at Signal Strength

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Galaxy Tab coming to T-Mobile first, Nov. 10

Samsung’s tablet PC is getting real very fast. T-Mobile and Samsung announce today that the 7-inch tablet will come first to T-Mobile early next month.

Originally posted at Android Atlas

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