Business trends for 2013

Ten business trends for 2013 - and four ways they affect you | TechRepublic: " . . . my top tips for 2013. The need for greater flexibility and agility in a tougher world market will see changes including:
  • Accelerating virtualisation with a growing numbers of part time employees and a rise in the number of new, small specialised companies to exploit their niche capabilities.
  • A wider workforce dispersion within and without countries will change business needs, demands, and modes of management and delivery beyond the established outsourcing model.
  • Far fewer full-time employees and the old management structures and supports wane as they are recognised to be out of step with ‘the new stable economy’.
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  • IT departments will continue to decline as they are seen as increasingly irrelevant with more capable workforces making a unilateral declaration of independence, adopting BYOD, and striking out as independent workers."
 How Is Microsoft's Surface Tablet Doing?
The Surface tablet has been on the market for nearly three months, and analysts say it has not done well. Brent Thill of UBS Investment Research estimates that Microsoft sold just one million in the fourth quarter — half his original estimate.

Dish Network Asks FCC to Pause Sprint-Softbank Review - Bloomberg: "“This is a negotiating tactic for Ergen,” Amy Yong, an analyst at Macquarie Securities in New York, said in an interview. Ergen wants to force Sprint into talks on sharing airwaves, Yong said. Ergen has said he wants to add spectrum -- the airwaves that let mobile devices operate -- to compete with AT&T Inc. (T) and Verizon Wireless in the mobile-phone business. Last month, the FCC approved Dish’s plan to operate wireless devices on airwaves formerly devoted mainly to satellite services."

ReadWrite – Dolphin Browser Demonstrates Why Mobile-Only Is A Losing Bet: "There is a distinct difference between mobile first and mobile only (or even mostly mobile). We have seen, with a couple notable exceptions, that mobile-only companies have trouble achieving extraordinary scale. Path, Foursquare and others have demonstrated this (with exceptions like Instagram proving the rule). They can make a tidy business if they learn how to monetize right, but tend to get stunted by the mostly mobile strategy. For an industry that often espouses open standards and ubiquity, it is surprising to see companies put themselves in a position to be in a fundamentally closed channel by limiting themselves to the mobile experience. "

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Who Needs a Voice or SMS Plan Anymore?

Who Needs a Voice or SMS Plan Anymore? | MIT Technology Review: "There are good reasons to think that a data plan may be all you need. People are indeed spending less time on wireless calls—only 1.8 minutes per call in 2011, down from 3.1 minutes in 2007—and according to PricewaterhouseCoopers, the number of minute is declining overall. Juniper Research predicts that one billion people will use voice and video calling through apps on mobile devices by 2017, about the same number that use smartphones today. Simultaneously, 4G mobile networks are expanding and getting more reliable, Wi-Fi is available in more places, and a growing number of companies are offering very good free or low-priced voice, video chat, and messaging apps that run over these data networks. Even Facebook is introducing free calling to its mobile Messenger app, starting with iPhone users in Canada; some carriers are also getting involved."

Jensine Larsen: 'Access to Internet Is Life,' Say Women Around the World: "Every week, Ruun makes a dangerous night trek to an Internet café amidst sounds of sporadic gunfire in Somalia's streets, braving harassment to access information for her business. In Burma, NiNi dodges online censors to post citizen reports and read world news to share with her students. She faces whole afternoons of electricity black outs and waits 10 minutes for a page to load. Meanwhile, Rosita in Mexico waits until her husband is asleep to quietly open the computer he has forbidden her and network in women's forums. Her online friends give her the courage needed to leave her abusive relationship and take charge of her life."

AT&T Exempts Itself From Its Data Cap, Violates (at least) the Spirit of Net Neutrality | Public Knowledge: "Last year, Comcast started exempting its own online video service from the data cap it imposed on consumers. When consumers streamed online video (say, because they were thinking about cutting the cord and replacing their Comcast cable subscription with an online competitor), that video counted against their cap.  Unless, of course, that online video came from Comcast.  Online video coming from Comcast was exempted from Comcast’s own data cap, giving consumers a disincentive to watch video from a competitor.  We urged the FCC to investigate this anticompetitive use of data caps, and are still waiting for a resolution. Today, while we continue to wait for the FCC to investigate data cap abuse, AT&T has decided to follow suit and exempt data from its own services from the data cap it imposes on its DSL and U-verse customers.  Unlike every other type of data on those connections, data from an AT&T wireless phone does not count against the DSL/U-verse cap. "

Why Orange's Dominance in Africa Forced Google To Pay For Traffic Over The Mobile Network - Forbes: "During an interview on France’s BFM Business TV, CEO of France Telecom-Orange Stephane Richard talked briefly about the network’s relationship with Google, and that the American company had reached “a balance of forces” with Orange (AFP). Following on from the report, Orange confirmed to The Register that “they pay us for the traffic that they send.”"

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Enterprise Mobility Predictions For 2013

7 Enterprise Mobility Predictions For 2013 - Mobility - Smartphones -: "5. HTML5 Apps Will Become More Popular - The variety of mobile operating systems poses potential difficulty for developers. IDC and Appcelerator found that app builders are predictably enthusiastic about iOS and, to a slightly lesser extent, Android. Developers also showed strong interest in HTML5; it was the only platform besides iOS and Android that more than 60% of developers expressed intentions about. HTML5 isn't perfect but it's accessible and boasts support from some of tech's biggest names. As cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) gain popularity, Gartner sees HTML5 apps supplanting native versions as the primary delivery method for mobile content. At least one of the programming language's appeals is obvious: Because apps are accessed through browsers, they don't have to be re-written for each OS. Third-party tools such as IBM's Worklight already serve this purpose, but HTML5 offers a simple, cost-free and familiar pathway. Vendors such as ionGrid have started marketing app deployment around the browser approach. Native apps aren't going away. Gartner notes that they'll continue to offer a more sophisticated and satisfying experience, and anyone who's endured shoddy network coverage can appreciate that browser-based apps can impede productivity as much as accelerate it. Nevertheless, expect to see HTML5 among the most commonly requested developer skills in 2013."

The Places You’ll Go - James Fallows - The Atlantic: "We think there will be a new literature from the mapping dictionary that’s now being built. There’s an Android app we’ve released called Field Trip. You download it, and it says, “I don’t want to bother you, so how often should I talk to you?” You tell it “all the time” or “rarely” or whatever, and then you turn off your phone and put it in your pocket and don’t think about it again. Then when you’re walking around, say in Washington, D.C., the phone will buzz and say, “You are 25 feet from an accurate map of 2,700 solar objects. If you go over there to the Einstein Memorial, you can see them.” Or you might be walking down the street and it will beep and say, “The rowhouse one block to the left is the No. 1–rated Greek restaurant within 500 miles,”. . .  "

Android challenges the iPhone in every category | Apple - CNET News: "Beyond Google's apps, the reality of the app market is that all of the applications that matter are now on Android, and it actually will soon have more apps than iOS. Dan Lyons of ReadWrite is lambasting the Silicon Valley tech press for living in an iPhone echo chamber, and he does have a point. Pundits are lauding Google Maps features on their iPhones that have been available on Android devices for literally years. Bloggers breathlessly reveal new Facebook iPhone app features such as "Find Friends Nearby" that had been available for over a month on Android. The feedback loop of the echo chamber is that developers initially develop apps on iOS, much like the recently popular Cinemagram. However, developers like Rottman like cool devices, and are starting to shift over to Android."

Activist Post: The PirateBox and Internet Freedom: "The PirateBox is software that can be used to turn your WiFi enabled computer into a local router. It can also be used to make actual "PirateBoxes," which are stand-alone devices that likewise create a local network. The advantage of a local network, not connected to the Internet, is that you can file share and communicate your way around the draconian restrictions and regulations being increasingly put into place on the Internet."

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Future Google OS - Android or Chrome?

Android or Chrome? Will Google ever decide on one OS? | Mobile - CNET News: " . . .  the convergence is coming. But to be perfectly honest, it's hard to pick a single winner. And it's more likely that the technologies will migrate toward each other. "For Google, I suspect the convergence will come as the Web programming foundation matures," Stephen said. "Mobile apps often use Web technology under the covers, but not for sophisticated or performance-sensitive computing tasks. As it gets better, more and more programming can be migrated to use the Web engine built into mobile devices. The Web is a powerful technological force because of its universality, but it's just not ready yet to take on iOS." What does this mean for you and which products should you be buying now? The answer to that question depends on what you plan to do with your device. The value proposition of a Chromebook is that it's an inexpensive laptop/netbook with an actual keyboard. The device is somewhat more limited than a regular laptop. You can only access cloud-based applications, and you must have an Internet connection to do anything. It's essentially a Web-based work station. It's terrific in environments where you are assured of a Net connection. By contrast, Android is made for running native applications that were developed for mobile devices. And these devices are great for consuming content. If you want to download a movie you can always watch it offline. If you plan on using the new device for work to create documents, spreadsheets or anything like that then the Chromebook is still a better choice. But if most of your activities include consuming content like watching movies, listening to music, reading electronic books, playing games or viewing pictures, then an Android tablet may be a better choice. . . . "

Apple and Android tablets to make enterprise land grab this year | TechRepublic: "Growth in sales of Android and Apple tablets to business will significantly outstrip that of Wintel PCs and tablets this year, according to a new report. Apple and Android tablets will make significant inroads into enterprise this year while sales of Wintel PCs and tablets will remain flat."

Only one company can solve Apple’s mapping woes quickly (and it’s not Waze) | VentureBeat: "“Owning a digital map these days and especially in the future is an incredibly valuable resource. It’s very hard to copy and very fundamental to everything, particularly in an era of mobile solutions and mobile data,” Thielking says. “That is why Google is doing what they’re doing … and it’s one of the reasons why Apple is in this space.” Apple wanted to trump Google’s mapping product, but blew it in terms of recognizing the massive complexity of any mapping product, Thielking told me. All of which means that if there’s any company that Apple might or should be looking to acquire, it would be TomTom. . . ."

Will the Developing World’s Smartphones Have Intel's New "Lexington" Chip Inside? | MIT Technology Review: "“Many [smartphones based on the new chip] will be sold into emerging geographies such as Latin America, Africa, China, South East Asia,” said Bell. “First-time buyers in these markets will be thrilled with the features and performance they get from these devices.” Low-cost smartphones have already begun selling in large numbers in Africa and elsewhere (see “Android Marches on East Africa”). However, those models have been built on processors significantly less advanced than those used in high-end smartphones. Intel believes its new processor will strike the right balance between price and performance. The company has already signed up Kenyan network Safaricom and Chinese manufacturer Acer to use the new chip."

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The free app every Android owner should install

AirDroid: The free app every Android owner should install in 2013 — Mobile Technology News: ". . . It’s true that Google Android devices never needed a computer for device management — that’s by design — but in some cases, it’s handy to use a computer to get at files on an Android or move them locally across a network for use on PC, Chromebook or Mac. I can’t think of a program that does this better than AirDroid."

Sprint Will Begin Pay As You Go Service On January 25th, But Standard Sprint Phones Aren't Invited To The Party: "There are only two smartphones that will be available at the beginning of Sprint As You Go: LG's somewhat misnamed Optimus Elite, and the Samsung Victory, conspicuously absent of the "4G LTE" branding that's present on Sprint's current Galaxy model. The former will run you $150 with no subsidy, while the latter is $250; not terrible as far as prepaid phones go, but not exactly bargains, either. $70 a month gets you unlimited talk, text and web, though you're not allowed free roaming on EVDO networks for data. The exact position on roaming (remember roaming, kids?) isn't made clear, but it looks like using data on non-EVDO networks may eat into your pre-paid credit. Since this information comes from pre-release materials meant for Sprint employees and affiliates, we probably won't be able to go deeper until the end of the month."

Internet Explorer ends the year on a high, Windows 8 slow to get noticed | Ars Technica: ". . . The end of the year was more mixed for Microsoft. There are some things that the company will be pleased about. Its overall share of the browser market grew, with Internet Explorer 9 almost doubling its usage, and the ancient Internet Explorer 6 losing about a quarter of its users over the course of the year. However, Redmond's big concern is likely to be Windows 8. The picture here is murky. Net Market Share tracks the operating systems that browsers report alongside the browser versions themselves, giving some insight into usage levels. For December, Windows 8 had a 1.72 percent share, compared to 39.08 percent for Windows XP, 5.67 percent for Windows Vista, and 45.11 percent for Windows 7. This level of usage puts it closer to Linux, at 1.19 percent, Mac OS X Mountain Lion, at 2.27 percent, Mac OS X Lion, at 2 percent, or Mac OS X Snow Leopard, at 2.07 percent. That's not the explosive start that the PC industry was hoping for. . . ."

BBC News - CES 2013: Lessons from Las Vegas: " . . . in an unpromising back room I was shown something even more impressive. Leap Motion's Leap is a small, beautifully designed device that you plug into your computer. This creates an invisible field around the computer, allowing you to control what happens on screen with your fingers, whether it's slashing melons in a game of Fruit Ninja or shaping a vase in a 3D design program. This was the most impressive demo I've seen of gesture as a new computing interface and it looks set to make the founders of Leap Motion very rich. Our predecessors in the shabby conference room were executives from one of the biggest names in global entertainment, and the firm has already struck deals with computer makers who will install their technology inside their products. . . . "

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Samsung without Android?

Samsung Tizen analysis: Can Samsung survive without Android? | BGR: " . . . there are alternative options. One example is the path Amazon (AMZN) has taken. Amazon let Google do the grunt work and then took its open-source Android OS and built its own software and service layer on top. Kindle Fire users don’t sit around waiting for Android updates — many of them don’t even know they’re using an Android-powered tablet. Samsung could do the same thing, but there is a great deal of prep work that would need to be done first. Amazon’s efforts were so successful (depending on your measure of success) because the company already had a massive ecosystem in place before it even launched its first device. Streaming movies and TV shows, eBooks, retail shopping and a stocked application store were all available on the Kindle Fire from day one. Samsung doesn’t have this luxury. . . . "

Samsung to launch first Tizen-based smartphone in 2013: Report | NDTV Gadgets: "Samsung is said to be working in collaboration with NTT DoCoMo to launch a Tizen-based smartphone, according to reports in Yomiuri Shimbun. This smartphone is expected to see the light of the day by sometime next year. For people who may not be aware,Tizen is a linux-based open source operating system announced after the demise of MeeGo. Nokia had launched two MeeGo-based smartphones Nokia N9 and Nokia N950. However, it later decided to partner with Microsoft, leaving a foundation backed by Samsung, Intel and others to take over the development of the operating system, which became Tizen. Tizen is seen as an alternative operating system to iOS and Android. It is touted to be more open Android and HTML5-friendly by its makers. In May 2012, Tizen had released its 1.0 Larkspur SDK and source code."

Web technology: 5 things to watch in 2013 | Internet & Media - CNET News: " . . . There's an old adage in the computing industry that the new horsepower that chips deliver is immediately squandered by new software features, so computers don't actually appear to get faster. There's a corollary in the Web world: As broadband spreads and speeds up, as faster LTE supplants 3G, so Web pages sponge up the extra network capacity. The HTTP archive keeps tabs on the state of the Web, and it shows just how things are ballooning in its sample of tens of thousands of Web pages. From December 16, 2010 to December 15, 2012, the average Web page increased in size from 726KB to 1,286KB. The amount of JavaScript increased from 115KB to 211KB. And the images ballooned from 430KB to 793KB. An optimist can find good news here, too. Google has an entire team devoted to making the Web faster, introducing new technology such as SPDY to speed up servers and browsers. Browser makers obsessively best new versions to try to catch any regressions that would slow things down. New standards make it easier for Web developers to time exactly how fast their pages actually load. . . . "

New Google Asia servers expected to bring 30% speed boost when they go live later this year - The Next Web: "Google is on track to turn on new servers in Taiwan and Singapore later this year that could bring speed boosts of up to 30 percent across its services, The Economic Times reports. . . . A third center in Hong Kong is also underway, but the company hasn’t yet given an estimate on when it will open. All three facilities will cost over $700 million to build. India is expected to be one of the key beneficiaries once the new data centers are up and running. . . Google already operates seven data centers in the US and facilities in Finland, Belgium and Ireland, but the lack of an Asia center has likely inhibited the company’s potential for growth in the region."

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Phone service is obsolete

Wait, so why do we need phones again? - Computerworld: ""The truth is that Internet-based phone calls are good enough. There's a delay, but the sound quality can be superior. More to the point, voice communication itself has been sidelined for most communication. Young people are gravitating to IM or social network messaging. Business people and others are embracing video conversations. All kinds of apps are providing innovative voice communications that aren't phone calls, exactly. These "intercom," "push-to-talk" or "walkie-talkie" apps are cheap or free, and so common as to be a banality. For phone conversations, we can use Google Voice, Google Talk, FaceTime, Skype or any number of similar VoIP apps. . . . Phone service is obsolete. The ability to talk to someone using a phone is just another app. So let's dismantle the AT&T model and replace it with the Google model, in which phone service is an app that's integrated into other communications services, and where there's competition between many companies to provide us with the best possible service at the lowest possible price."

With Lenovo's entry, Chromebooks are gaining popularity fast | ZDNet: "I've predicted from early on that the Chromebook could become a Windows PC killer. It looks like vendors and end-users are agreeing with me. Now that Lenovo, the world's number two PC vendor, has a toe in the Chromebook market, I'll be very curious to see how Lenovo's future Chromebook plans and those of other major PC vendors, such as Dell and HP, work out."

FCC pushes for gigabit broadband in all 50 states by 2015 | Politics and Law - CNET News: "FCC hopes the Gigabit City Challenge will further these types of efforts. The FCC hasn't committed any funds to the "Gigabit Challenge," but the agency said it will help communities create an online clearinghouse of best practices to help educate local officials and local service providers on the most cost-effective ways to increase broadband deployments. The agency will also hold workshops on gigabit communities to educate the public about the benefits of these networks and to bring community leaders together to evaluate barriers, increase incentives, and lower the costs of speeding gigabit network deployment."

Former FCC Chairman admits data caps aren't about preventing network congestion | The Verge: "Last December a report from the Open Technology Institute accused internet service providers of using the threat of network congestion to justify data caps when their real motive was profit — and now the former head of the Federal Communications Commission appears to have admitted as much. Broadcasting & Cable reports that Michael Powell — president of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, and former FCC Chairman — told an audience earlier this week that the threat of network congestion was not a factor when it came to data caps. "That's wrong," he reportedly said. "Our principal purpose is how to fairly monetize a high fixed cost.""

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Cuba Gets High-Speed Internet?

Cuba Gets High-Speed Internet, Kind of
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Cubans now have high-speed internet, but it remains to be seen how that will impact the average citizen in the socialist republic. Over the past week, internet monitoring company Renesys has been keeping a close eye on internet activity in Cuba, and ...

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Netflix produces unexpected 4Q profit as Internet video service gains 2 ...
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SAN FRANCISCO — Netflix has re-emerged as a stock-market star after a fourth-quarter performance that demonstrated its success in broadening the appeal of itsInternet video service amid stiffer competition. The results announced Wednesday served as a ...

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How to Give the U.S. Ultrafast Internet
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3 Steps To Making Your Internet Business Go Global
Starting a consumer Internet business that brings a new, innovative product or service to market is risky. A natural first step for many entrepreneurs is to prove their business works, and then grow it through international expansion. Yet this approach ...

Facebook boosts efforts on suicide prevention
A champion of open access to documents on the Internet, Swartz faced $4 million in fines and more than 50 years in prison if convicted. According to Bloomberg, about 100 people in the U.S. commit suicide every day, and it is the second-leading cause of ...

Why Build A New UK Railway? Better Broadband!
In response to Burns' railway claim, critics have pointed out that an estimated 70% to 90% of homes along the proposed route already get what the government defines as "superfast" Internet access. In the U.K., "superfast" broadband equals 20 megabits ...

Apple announces global iPhone 5 4G LTE expansion with 36 new carriers
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Apple announces global iPhone 5 4G LTE expansion with 36 new carriers. By Daniel Eran Dilger. Apple will more than double the number of carriers that support fast 4G LTE data service for its flagship iPhone 5 next week, with 36 new LTE carriers joining ...

This is the Modem World: The internet used to be better
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U.K. 4G/LTE Spectrum Bidding Gets Underway, Networks Expected ...
By Natasha Lomas
Another bidder — Niche Spectrum Ventures Ltd — is a subsidiary of telco BT Group, which operates a Wi-Fi hotspot network in the UK so may want to supplement that with 4G cellular access. Ofcom said it has designed the auction to ensure ...

10 ways to make the Internet of Things pay off | TechRepublic
By Mary Shacklett
Takeaway: There's been a lot of talk lately about the Internet of Things, but what practical benefits does it offer your business? Here are some technologies worth a look. Now that more Machine-to-Machine (M2M) interfaces are facilitating ...
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UK's 4G auction gets under way, as seven bidders compete for 28 ...
By Matt Brian
Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, today announced that it has opened bidding for the mobile spectrum auction in the UK, allowing seven pre-confirmed parties to begin submitting bids for 28 lots of two LTE bands ahead of a late ... Niche Spectrum Ventures (a subsidiary of BT), Telefónica (O2) and Vodafone, who will fight over a new spectrum that will almost double the network airwaves available for mobile data and wireless broadband services on connected devices.
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Motorola needs to make the next nexus

Motorola needs to make the next nexus
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There is not an Android fan out there that can say they didn't have high hopes for the Nexus 4. ...On top of that, they decided they wanted to heel to AT&T's commands and create a one-off carrier specific Optimus G with slight differentiators compared ...

Samsung claims 80% of local Android market
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iPad Becomes Advertisers' Best Friend
Elain Szu, Director of Product Marketing for MoPub explains why the ad industry is warming up to the iPad. “Advertisers see the tablet and its [larger screen size] as nearly the same as the desktop.” Essentially, advertisers can easily translate their ...


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ASUS MeMO Pad 7-inch Android Tablet Launched
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Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update For Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Available In US ...
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Blackberry Z10 Smartphone Leaked in Hands-On Video
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Acer launches 7-inch Iconia B1 tablet with Android 4.1 for Rs. 7999
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Samsung Galaxy S II to get Android 4.1 update in February
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Samsung SCH-I425 Godiva smartphone images leak
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Android developers invited to take part in 'BlackBerry 10 Last ...
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First leaked image of HTC's rumored M7 flagship Android phone ...
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Mobi-Lens smartphone / tablet camera attachment hands-on
Here\'s the sort of thing Kickstarter is all about: those ideas that are so head- bangingly simple you get genuinely angry you didn\'t come up with them.

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Samsung trashes BlackBerry users

RIM takes on Android, as Samsung trashes BlackBerry users in new advert
A war between BlackBerry and Android is about to ensue, as RIM works to outshine Google and Samsung bashes BlackBerry business users. RIM has announced itsBlackBerry Live conference for 14-16 May, the same time as Google's I/O conference takes ...

Sony Xperia Tablet Z smiles for the camera in leaked video
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Sony made a pretty big splash at CES this year with their new Xperia Z smartphone, but they decided to wait a few days before revealing its tablet sibling. Earlier this afternoon we reported on the just announced Xperia Tablet Z, and now we have some ...

App Deals Of The Day: Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone
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Track expenses on your Android phone with SlyMoney, Aussie! Camera free on iOS to celebrate Australia Day, Orphion now free on iPad (normally $5.49), GoPro Control for free on Windows Phone, plus lots more. Deals end without warning, so be quick or ...

iPhone 5 compared to upcoming BlackBerry Z10 smartphone on ...
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Samsung's JK Shin apparently confirms 8-inch ... - Android Central
By Phil Nickinson
Last year in Barcelona, Samsung managed to out the Galaxy Note 10.1 on the side of a building at Plaça de Catalunya, a day ahead of the official announcement. Looks like we'll have no such slippage for Galaxy Note 8.
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BlackBerry's Next Smartphone Is Just As Fast As ... - Business Insider
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11 Apps That Will Make You Wish You Had An Android Phone ... On the software side, Tech Presse was using a beta version of BB 10 and they remarked that the Blackberry was just as fast and at times faster than the iPhone 5. Physically ... BlackBerry is a line of mobile e-mail enabled smartphones created by the Canadian developer Research in Motion (RIM). .... Samsung exec confirms 8-inch Galaxy Note coming to MWC 2; RIM CEO Says Licensing BlackBerry 10 Is "Conceivable ".

Samsung exec confirms 8-inch Galaxy Note coming to MWC
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Comcast Pricing

Comcast's Pricing Shell Game - Forbes: "I’m bothered by the implication that ordinary Comcast customers have to live with one set of rules, but that the corporate office will “bend the rules a bit” for people like me who are able to catch their attention. If they’re going to offer me a better deal, they should offer the same deal to all of their customers. Of course, a fair and transparent pricing scheme might not be as profitable."

Derecho: Behind Washington, D.C.’s destructive thunderstorm outbreak, June 29, 2012 - Capital Weather Gang - The Washington Post: "This derecho event is likely to go down as not only one of the worst on record in Washington, D.C. but also along its entire path stretching back to northern Indiana. As the intensity of the heat wave, without reservation, was a key factor in the destructiveness of this derecho event - it raises the question about the possible role of manmade climate warming (from elevated greenhouse concentrations). It’s a complicated, controversial question, but one that scientists will surely grapple with in case studies of this rare, extraordinary event."

FCC report blames phone companies for loss of 911 service after derecho* storm - The Washington Post: "The FCC found that failures by various telephone companies affected service at 77 emergency call centers in six states and left dispatchers unable to receive vital information such as a caller’s location. Some problems lasted days."

*Derecho, spanish for straight - The Washington Post: ". . . . classic derecho, a fast moving line of severe "straight-line" winds associated with a squall of violent thunderstorms, travelled close to 700 miles in 10 hours.

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Madware ads plague Android users

Madware ads plague Android users: "That's because software application developers and online advertising networks are scrambling to earn profits from the vast and growing audience of mobile device users. So they are experimenting with intrusive forms of mobile advertising — with no industry standards, nor U.S. privacy laws to constrain them, Internet analysts say. "The problem is getting worse, not better," says Paul Ferguson, vice president of threat intelligence at IID, a security firm that monitors Internet traffic. "App developers and ad networks want to make money, and the screening to keep out malicious actors is not adequate." Anti-virus giant Symantec has . . . "

IDC: HP is still top PC vendor worldwide amid soft Q4 sales | ZDNet: "As for the vendors, this is a stickier situation. To recall, IDC still pegged Hewlett-Packard as the top PC vendor worldwide back in October, ahead of Lenovo -- despite a contrary report from Gartner.

Mobile Hotmail and users hit by multi-day access issue | ZDNet: "While most, if not all, mobile Hotmail and users currently can access their mail via a Web site, some still cannot using their local mail app on their devices if that mail app relies on EAS. Because some of these users are seeing status pages indicating all is working, they are becoming increasingly frustrated. It seems as though Microsoft is marking the issue as resolved because users can still get to their mail via Web access. Google announced late last year that it is dropping EAS support by the end of January 2013. Google is phasing out Google Sync, which relies on EAS, in favor of its own CalDAV and CardDAV protocols for users who are not paying Google Apps customers."

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UN's ITU still trying to takeover the internet

Defund ITU, Defund the UN!--

UN plans Internet governance amid outcry to defund ITU
A petition to de-fund the U.N.'s telecom arm emerges just as the ITU readies to hammer out internet governance plans at the World Telecommunication Information and Communication Technology Policy Forum meetings in February and May 2013.

CES 2013: Internet of Things Gains Momentum
I for one agree with her premise that the line between enterprise and consumer has nearly been erased, first by BYOD, now by the Internet of Things, something that all CIOs and CEOs need to recognize. Be sure to check out the video of SAP CIO Oliver ...

Internet Users Demand Less Interactivity
The Onion (satire)
SAN FRANCISCO—Tired of being bombarded with constant requests to share content on social media, bestow ratings, leave comments, and generally “join in on the discussion,” the nation'sInternet users demanded substantially less interactivity this week.

Nokia Siemens' US prospects improve with new LTE deals
While the Finnish-German infrastructure vendor has established itself as a big-time LTEplayer internationally, its 4G network prospects in the U.S. had been pretty dismal until recently. But this week, it announced U.S. Cellular as a 4G customer and ...


No iPhone but 20Mbps speeds: KPN gives more details on 4G
KPN will kick off its 4G push with a range of devices, including the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820, Samsung S3 4G, Huawei Ascend P1, and Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 4G, as well as a Huawei dongle and 4G Wi-Fi HotSpot. There won't be any iPhone 5 ...

Internet VOD: Some progress but still ways to go
Many services like Amazon, iTunes, and Vudu, now offer internet video-on-demand, charging a per-movie fee to either purchase either a short-term (generally 24 to 48 hours) or permanent license to stream a specific titles. Short term licenses, also ...


United Airlines Begins Offering Satellite Wi-Fi On Overseas Flights
United Airlines has announced that inflight Wi-Fi is now available on the first of its international wide-body aircraft, which makes it the only U.S. carrier to currently offer an Internet connection on long-haul overseas routes. The company said ...

United begins offering Wi-Fi on trans-oceanic flights
So far, most big U.S. carriers adding Wi-Fi have opted to install ground-based technology – which limits Wi-Fi availability to aircraft positioned only over or near the mainland United States and parts of Canada. OTHER NEWS: FCC will try to ... United ...

Anderson Cooper Goes After 'Anonymous Internet Trolls' Pushing ...
By Josh Feldman
Last week Anderson Cooper took on some of the more ridiculous conspiracy theories about the tragic Sandy Hook shooting, one in particular claiming that the shooting simply never happened. But tonight, Cooper took on perhaps one of the ...

A Message to Guys Who Comment on Internet Videos |
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United Is The First US Airline To Offer International Wi-Fi In the Sky
By Ashley Feinberg
Finally tired of being trounced by its competitors in the on-board internet arena, United Airlines has outfitted its first international widebody plane with satellite-based Wi-Fi. The service should be rolled out to 300 additional aircrafts by the end of ...

United Airlines Launches Satellite-based Onboard Wi-Fi Service
By EDW Lynch
United Airlines has begun rolling out satellite-based Internet connections on select international and domestic routes. It is the first US carrier to offer Wi-Fi on long haul overseas routes. The satellite-based service is faster than existing in-flight ...
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Sprint announces 28 more cities getting LTE 'in the coming months ...
By Sean Brunett
Sprint announced 28 more cities that will be able to connect to its 4G LTE service in the coming months. ... Sprint has announced today that it is expanding its 4G LTE network to 28 more cities in the coming months. Work has already begun to ...
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Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-008 - Critical - TechNet - Microsoft
This security update resolves one publicly disclosed vulnerability in Internet Explorer. ... InternetExplorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 are not affected. For more ...

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Why Google Fiber is the Country's Only Super-Speed Internet

Actually we need Google Fiber everywhere--

Why Is Google Fiber the Country's Only Super-Speed Internet? | Wired Enterprise | " . . . Google Fiber was supposed to be a shaming exercise. But any shame felt by the country’s big-name ISPs has yet to produce the sort of ultra-high-speed internet services we’ve all been hoping for. In 2010, Google announced that it would bring a 1,000 megabit (1 gigabit) per second fiber internet service to one lucky American city. That’s one gigabit per second streaming across the wire — or about 10 times the speed you’re used to and more than three times the speed you’d get from Verizon’s existing 300 megabit per second fiber optic service, FiOS. The search giant insisted it had no intention of becoming an internet service provider. It just wanted to encourage existing ISPs, including Verizon, to run higher speed lines across the country. But although Google Fiber has now arrived in Kansas City, Missouri, the big name ISPs aren’t exactly following suit. Verizon has stalled the expansion of FiOS indefinitely, and other companies have been slow to invest in ultrafast broadband. Time Warner Cable is rolling out fiber to office building in New York City, and Comcast’s Xfinity Platinum service offers a 305 megabit cable service in some locations for $299.95, but that’s the extent of it. . . . "

Susan Crawford: "Captive Audience" | The Diane Rehm Show from WAMU and NPR: "The U.S. has long been a world leader in technology innovation. Finding ways to profit from the Internet has been no exception. Think Amazon, Facebook and Google. But the next Google will not come from the U.S. Or so argues the author of a new book on the communications industry. She says we've allowed a handful of cable companies to become monopolies that stifle competition and innovation. Their monopoly status is also why Americans pay more money for worse Internet service than consumers in most other developed nations. Diane speaks with a communications policy expert about who controls Americans’ access to the Internet and why. - Susan Crawford - professor, Cardozo Law School; fellow at the Roosevelt Institute; member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Advisory Council on Technology and Innovation . . . "

Lenovo CEO: Forget 'post-PC'. We're in the 'PC plus' era | ZDNet: ""We don't live in a post-PC world," said Yang in the Reuters interview. "We are entering the PC plus era." Arguing his point, he said that the post-PC world is only for companies that do not innovate in the PC market. After all, Lenovo has been able to steal the crown from the powerhouses of the PC market -- notably HP and Dell -- while keeping solid growth, an increase quarter-on-quarter in PC shipments, and good, strong reliable machines. The PC market isn't dead, he argues, it's just that these companies aren't making PCs any better."

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M2M and the Internet of Things Guide

M2M and the Internet of Things: A guide
Summary: The Internet of Things will consist primarily of machines talking to one another, with computer-connected humans observing, analysing and acting upon the resulting 'big data' explosion. Here's how the next internet revolution is shaping up ...

Eric Schmidt calls for open Internet in North Korea
CBS News
PYONGYANG, North Korea A private delegation including Google's Eric Schmidt is urging North Korea to allow more open Internet access and cellphones to benefit its citizens, the mission's leader said Wednesday in the country with some of the world's...

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Is Broadband Internet Access a Public Utility?
Should broadband Internet service be treated as a basic utility in the United States, like electricity, water, and traditional telephone service? That's the question at the heart of an important and provocative new book by Susan Crawford, a tech policy ...


Reimagining Security for the Internet of Everything
Over millennia we humans evolved a powerful and personal instinct — trust — that helps to protect us as we make our way through life. It is a vital tool for survival in the physical world and weaves the fabric of our society. When we are in a ...


AP: Gov. Richardson pressing North Korea to open Internet
CBS News
PYONGYANG, North Korea Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said Wednesday that his delegation is pressing North Korea to put a moratorium on missile launches and nuclear tests and to allow more cell phones and an open Internet for its citizens.

CBS News

CES 2013: T-Mobile Places All Its Chips On LTE
T-Mobile's LTE coverage will grow quickly. By the middle of the year, T-Mobile says it will cover 100 million Americans with LTE 4G. That will expand to 200 million by the end of 2013. The company has enough spectrum to match AT&T and Verizon's LTE ...

Supercharge Windows 8 Wi-Fi with Amped Wireless adapter
The TAN1 high-power Wi-Fi adapter for Windows 8 at CES 2013. (Credit: Dong Ngo/CNET). LAS VEGAS--If you need to add more Wi-Fi range to your Windows 8 computer, especially a tablet or an ultrabook, consider the TAN1 adapter from Amped Wireless.

Times Internet CEO Satyan Gajwani Discusses His Company's New Alliance ...
Nick Denton, the founder of the company and blog network, announced yesterday that it has entered a strategic partnership with Times Internet, the digital arm of India's Times Group. Times Internet will manage the Indian versions of Gizmodo and ...


Tech: Internet Policy's Rock Star Ad…
Sen. Ron Wyden is practically a rock star among the Internet community. Hailed as the “Senator from the Internet,” the Democratic member from Oregon seemed to relish the accolades during his morning address kicking off the second day of the innovation ...

T-Mobile's 4G Connect offers free 200MB of monthly data on PCs ...
By Jon Fingas
Now, where's our LTE connection? ... Through 4G Connect, consumers who purchase these devices will be able to easily access the Internet out-of-the box, through a high-speed connection via T-Mobile's fast and dependable nationwide 4G network - all with no extra equipment, annual ... Our goal is to make sure customers have a 'walk out working' experience and not be constrained to Wi-Fi to have a data connection," said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile USA.

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The Internet of Everything

The Internet of Everything: Let's Get This Right | Innovation Insights | "If the notion of the “Internet of Everything” alarms you a bit, I wouldn’t be surprised. We have to get this new world right. We have to ensure that the technologies we create enrich our lives, not make us captive. We have to ensure that as we connect, our privacy and security are not violated. But make no mistake; we must anticipate and address these issues, because our future is a connected one. It was said that the Internet eliminated time and distance. The Internet of Everything (or IoE) makes MetCalfe’s law — wherein the value of a network increases proportionally to the square of the number of devices connected to the network — perhaps the most important principle on earth. Because when we connect, we enlighten. Societies will become transparent as data turns into actionable information and flows freely. It will be folly for a country to try to limit its citizens’ access to knowledge. Business success will be based on not only on the fast beating the slow, but the connected trumping the unconnected. Every business — no matter what size — will have to have a personal relationship with each customer to survive. If the “Arab Spring” didn’t show you this, we are clearly entering the age of the citizen. The technological revolution of the last twenty years — enabling us to be virtual, visual, social and mobile all at the same time — has created the greatest human empowerment since Thomas Jefferson wrote about our “inalienable rights” in the U.S. Declaration of Independence. As an individual, you will truly choose the world in which you want to live. . . ."

Google's Coolest Project? Broadband - "According to Eric Schmidt, Google‘s executive chairman, the most interesting project going on at the search giant is its high-speed broadband trials in Kansas City. (Missouri and Kansas versions) The business, called Google Fiber, promises speeds 100 times faster than conventional high-speed Internet services. Mr. Schmidt, who was speaking at a New York Times Dealbook conference in New York, said Google was delivering 760 megabits per second to the customer, and taking 720 megabits a second from customers. “All of the distinctions, like HD, DVD, that we grew up with, go away,” he said. “You really imagine that your computer is really in a data center.” Google is considering introducing  the service to other select cities, Mr. Schmidt said, but would not specify which towns would get the fiber. . . "

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Samsung to widen smartphone lead over Apple in 2013

Samsung expected to widen smartphone lead over Apple this year
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is expected to widen its lead over Apple Inc in global smartphone sales this year with 35 percent growth, helped by a broad product lineup, market researcher Strategy Analytics told Reuters on Friday. Apple ...

iPad, Android Tablet Search Engine Designed To Rival Google
CBS Local
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — Are tablet users looking for an alternative to Google and other search engines designed primarily for PCs? That's the hope that led to Friday's release of Izik, which is billed as the first search engine tailored especially ...

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Jelly Bean Now On 10% Of Android Phones
In December, Android 4.2 and 4.1 -- both named Jelly Bean -- were installed on 6.7% of all Androiddevices. They've climbed to 10.2% in January. Android 4.1 is on 9% of Android devices, whileAndroid 4.2 (only available to Nexus devices right now ...

Google's Motorola purchase: Was it worth it?
Summary: Google bought Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, closed the deal in May 2012 and then went about closing facilities and selling parts of it. ... the FTC, Google will meet its prior commitments to allow competitors access – on fair ...

Polaroid Has a 7-inch Android Tablet Too... For Kids
Tom's Hardware Guide
Polaroid said the tablet was designed and manufactured by Southern Telecom, an authorized Polaroid licensee. It comes pre-loaded with over 35 premium, full-version Android apps, and a customized suite including Kids Cam, Music Studio and Draw.

Samsung Confirms Multiple Tizen Smartphone Releases in 2013
Gotta Be Mobile
After Google had acquired Motorola Mobility, it had been rumored for some time thatSamsung would try to diversify its portfolio and now the leading Android smartphone-maker has announced that it would release multiple smartphone models running the

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Qualcomm demos StreamBoost Wi-Fi routers at CES 2013

Qualcomm to demo first StreamBoost Wi-Fi routers at CES 2013
The mobile chip maker today introduced its StreamBoost technology, which is designed to "optimize performance and capacity of home networks" by enabling the home router to intelligently manage thebroadband connection. Qualcomm says the new technology ...

The single mistake that put the entire Internet at risk
Fox News
A digital certificate for domains has been blocked by Google, Mozilla and Microsoft after a Turkish certificate authority (CA) incorrectly provided it to two other Turkish organizations who are unauthorized for the privileges that ...

The new politics of the internet
The Economist
WHEN dozens of countries refused to sign a new global treaty on internet governance in late 2012, a wide range of activists rejoiced. They saw the treaty, crafted under the auspices of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), as giving ...

The Economist

Another Reason to Get Rid of Internet Explorer
there's one thing about IE in all versions that really annoys me: Page layout that works great in the Firefox, Chrome, and Safari browsers will, unless you are very careful, be broken when rendered byInternet Explorer. Alas, not much about that ...

2013: The year of the Internet of Things
MIT Technology Review
Back in 1999, a technologist called Kevin Ashton pointed out that almost all the information available on the internet–a mere 50 petabytes at that time–had been captured or created by humans in the form of text, photos, videos etc. Ashton suggested ...

Happy birthday internet! Here are 15 reasons why I love you
The Guardian
The internet turned 30 this week. As an avid user of the internet, and someone who also recently entered her third decade, I wanted to commemorate the anniversary. In many ways, ours is a symbiotic relationship: without me (and millions of people like ...

The Guardian

Pew Report: How internet and social media have transformed the arts
The Star-Ledger -
The link between digital technologies and new audiences — evident in the Montclair experiment — is a key finding of a new report, “Arts Organizations and Digital Technologies,” released today by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life ...

Illegal file-sharer gets hit with 5-year prison sentence
Perkins -- a.k.a. Butch Perkins, Stash, and theestas -- is said to have been the head of a group that went to theaters, camcorded the movies, recorded the audio, synched the files, and then distributed the product on the Internet. The group, known as ...

Cable Industry Draws Scrutiny For Putting Internet Users On A Scale
By The Huffington Post News Editors
Wildman, a professor at Michigan State University, recently wrote an industry-sponsored paper expressing support for broadband data caps, saying they are "are likely to be beneficial" to consumers by making high-speed Internet available to ...
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Samsung's New Mirrorless Camera Does Wi-Fi and 3D [HANDS ON]
By Pete Pachal
The Samsung NX300 brings a couple of novel features to the company's NX line of mirrorless cameras: Wi-Fi and the ability to shoot 3D with a special lens.

Jennifer Aniston Gets Stressed Over Wi-Fi Connection in U.K.'s Sky ...
By Us Magazine Team
"My internet is down again," a jittery, over-caffeinated Aniston complains in the new ad. ... Video: Jennifer Aniston Gets Stressed Over Wi-Fi Connection in U.K.'s Sky Broadband Commercial. Entertainment January 3, 2013 AT 7:30PM By ...
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Telcos lobby North Carolina to make community Internet illegal, then ...
By Cory Doctorow
Telcos lobby North Carolina to make community Internet illegal, then abandon the state to second-worst Internet in the country. Cory Doctorow at 3:41 pm Thu, Jan 3. — FEATURED —. Book Review · 30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius ...
Boing Boing

Internet Radio Fairness Act Slips Into Hibernation |
By Glenn Peoples (@BillboardGlenn), Nashville
Despite some triumphant claims on Twitter, the Internet Radio Fairness Act isn't really dead. It's just hibernating. The controversial bill, supported by the likes of Pandora and Clear Channel and opposed by groups representing artists and ...
DOPNEWS: Billboard

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