First BlackBerry 10 Smartphone in January?

RIM to Launch First BlackBerry 10 Smartphone on January 21, 2013?
CIO (blog)
RIM could launch its first BlackBerry 10 all-touch smartphone on January 21, 2013, based on some remarks made today and in the past by RIM's developer chief and CEO. Posted September 25, 2012 to BlackBerry | . RIM is currently holding its annual...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to arrive in UK within days
The second version of the popular hybrid tablet-smartphone will go on sale at the Korean hardware maker's own store in the Westfield Stratford shopping centre in London, as well as at "all major networks", Samsung said in its announcement on Tuesday.


10 improvements for the iPad available in Apple iOS 6
Summary: iOS 6 comes on the new iPhone 5, but can also be installed for free on the Apple iPad. Check out 10 featured improvements in this iPad screenshot gallery. Matthew ... Apple iOS 6 Maps is one of the most controversial new features. I have found ...


Google Nexus 7 launches in Android-dominated Japan
... as high as 64 percent, so a large number of Japanese consumers are plugged into the Google Play ecosystem, where the Google sells the Nexus 7. This improved visibility and ease-of-access could do good things for the already popular 7" Android tablet.

Nokia: BMO Cuts to Sell, Doubts Windows Phone Appeal
Barron's (blog)
Windows Phone] is dramatically falling behind Apple's (AAPL) iOs and Google's (GOOG) Android, and has yet to catch up with [Research in Motion's (RIMM)] Blackberry OS. Of his price target, Manning writes, “This is roughly where we value the IPR and ...

Why would anyone buy a Windows Phone? Ever?
Unwired View
Microsoft offers a smartphone. The OS looks kind of cool, actually. Only, no one knows about it. Or at least, no one is buying it. To be fair, the Windows Phone 8 OS, the one ostensibly designed to compete with iPhone and Android, is not yet available ...

Motorola apologizes for lack of ICS
TG Daily
Now that it is under the Google umbrella, Motorola Mobility is apologizing for its lack of Ice Cream Sandwich updates. The updated version of Android, officially known as Android 4.0, has made its way to a number of devices but to those who own a ...

TG Daily

Samsung seeks new trial in legal feud with Apple
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
In asking for a new trial, Samsung maintains that "no reasonable jury" could support Apple's sweeping arguments that Samsung copied the designs of the iPhone and iPad in a host ofsmartphone and tablet products. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has set a ...

Major security vulnerability in Samsung phones ... - Android Central
By Alex Dobie
As far as we can tell, though, the vulnerability does not seem to affect Samsung phones running stock Android, like the Galaxy Nexus. Similarly, Google Chrome on Samsung handsets is not susceptible to the bug, nor are other browsers we ...
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Sony Xperia Tablet S review: Sony's second-gen Android slate has ...
By Joseph Volpe
and a slimmed-down build make up for the blunders of the first-gen Tablet S? Will a $399 starting price help this WiFi-only tab stand out amongst the Android competition? Stick around as we find out whether this S is more than initially meets ...

Samsung TouchWiz smartphone security flaw: code triggers factory ...
By Brad Reed
SlashGear reports that the code apparently only works on TouchWiz-enabled Samsung devices such as the Galaxy S III, the Galaxy Beam, the S Advance, the Galaxy Ace, and the Galaxy S II. TheSamsung Galaxy Nexus, which runs on pure ...
BGR: The Three Biggest Letters In Tech

UK bookseller Gardner to sell a £59 Android tablet - Liliputing
By Brad Linder
Think the $179 B&N NOOK Tablet and $159 Amazon Kindle Fire are cheap? UK bookseller Gardner Books is preparing to launch a £59 Android tablet. That's about $96 US. GoTab. The Gardner GoTab Hive Reader has a 6 inch, 480 x 800 ...

The Last Express rolls onto iPhone and iPad September 27 | Joystiq
By Sinan Kubba
In collaboration with French distributor DotEmu, Mechner re-released his 1997 adventure game on PC last year, but this year it comes to iPad and iPhone with some iOS-friendly tweaks. The Last Express is set on the Orient Express in 1914, ...

Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveils plan for Wi-Fi in parks, gigabit network for ...
That ambitious plan for wireless Internet access for computers never came to fruition. Now, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who speaks often of making Chicago into a high-tech hub, is pushing a newbroadband initiative that includes installing Wi-Fi in many city ...

IPhone 5 journal: LTE performance and photos
Long Term Evolution mobile broadband -- what people sometimes used to call just "4G" before carriers elected to apply that shorthand to other wireless standards that were faster than 3G but not as quick as LTE -- can provide downloads faster than many ...

Iran Blocks Internet Basics Google, Gmail (blog)
Meanwhile some speculate that the true reason for blocking Google has more to do with promoting the so called Iranian “national Internet” which wassupposed to become operational on 22 September, but has so far not appeared. Global Voices contacted ...

Broadband Penetration On the Rise
Rwanda ranks top in East Africa and 7th in Africa among countries with active mobile-broadbandsubscriptions per 100 inhabitants in 2011, according to the United Nations Broadband Commission for Digital Development 2012 report. The report titled "The ...

Intel: LTE 4G Support Coming to Atom 'Medfield' Mobile Chips
Intel officials later this year will be introducing versions of its current low-power Atom “Medfield” processor that will support 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE), an important step as the company looks to make inroads in the U.S. smartphone market. The ...

More countries restrict Internet to stifle critics: report (blog)
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Government restrictions on the Internet have risen over the past year around the world as regimes use violence against bloggers and turn to censorship and arrest to squelch calls for reform, a new report from a U.S. advocacy ...

In Wake Of 'Internet Radio Fairness Act,' BTIG Analyst Suggests Pandora Should ...
All Access Music Group
As ALL ACCESS reported last week (NET NEWS 9/21), a trio of Congressmen have officially introduced bills in both the House and the Senate that would ostensibly "level the paying field" forInternet radio, which would put the royalties they pay for ...

The Internet Doesn't Need More Regulation
The American
As a result, critics say, the United States is lagging behind the rest of the world, and broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have incentives to discriminate against their competitors. But the facts don't support either argument. ... Competition ...

Newsprint joins the internet of things — paidContent
By Robert Andrews
Print and digital media are so disconnected, they often appear a lifetime apart. But new technology promises to bridge the divide and save newspapers by bringing interactive buttons, Facebook likes and audio playback to newsprint.

Inspired by Google, Chicago pursues gigabit broadband — Tech ...
By Kevin Fitchard
Now Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to invest in broadband and Wi-Fi infrastructure to expand this nascent “Digital Alley” to new tech zones and as well as bring cheap internet access to underserved areas throughout the city.

Maybe The Internet Only Wants One of Everything
By Eliot Van Buskirk -
In the early days of the web, the technology space was flush with not only money, but a specific type of optimism: that this new medium would allow anybody to make whatever they wanted, and have the world see it (assuming it was any good).

The Best Airlines for Wi-Fi : Technology :: American Express OPEN ...
By Courtney Rubin
Among the major carriers, Atlanta-based Delta is tops for Internet, offering it on about 65 percent of its flights. Southwest is a distant second, offering it on 37 percent of its routes. Airlines where you'll have the ... About 8 percent of passengers use Wi-Fi, up from four percent at the end of 2010, according to figures from research and consulting firm In-Stat cited in The Wall Street Journal. In-Stat predicts 10 percent of passengers will be paying for Wi-Fi by the end of 2012. Virgin America ...
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