Survey: Android Developers Unhappy
Some Android developers are frustrated with low application download volumes, poor marketplace design, and problems with Google Checkout.
AT&T, LG Intro 1 GHz Smartphone
The eXpo is the first major U.S. smartphone to feature a 1-GHz processor, an integrated mobile projector, and a fingerprint sensor.
Lenovo Buys Back Mobile Unit
The company will spend about $200 million to get its mobile phone unit back in order to focus on mobile Internet devices.
Give Thanks For Low Tech
As families and friends gathered across our great country yesterday, we were celebrating the merits of low tech. I think it should teach us something about how we conceive, build, and deliver any tech.
AOL Has A New Logo!
AOL is offering up a tantalizing taste of its post-Time Warner business strategy: a new brand identity, which it plans to formally introduce when it lists on the NYSE on December 10.
Sprint Gets Nod To Buy iPCS
Federal and state approval of the $831 million deal removes all but one hurdle toward finalizing the acquisition.
FCC Chair Wants More Broadband
A 10% increase in broadband availability means a 1.2 to 1.5 point increase in GDP, Federal Communications Commission Chair Julius Genachowski says.
Black Friday FOR SMBs, Not Just BY SMBs?
Typically, Black Friday is a sales event where companies offer big discounts to consumers to spur sales the day after Thanksgiving. But in today's economy (ITE) companies are also pushing Black Friday to their SMB customers.
Verizon Nabs Omnia II Smartphone
Samsung's Omnia II is powered by Windows Mobile 6.5; it packs a large touchscreen, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, and corporate mail and calendar features.
Ciena Wins Nortel Units
Nokia Siemens Networks was outbid by Ciena's $769 million offer for Nortel's Optical Networking and Carrier Ethernet units.
Repurposing Quack Science
CERN's Large Hadron Collider ("LHC") restarted this morning without a hitch, after a year of kludgy delays and nutty rumors that time travelers had sabotaged it. It's time to ratchet up the quack science.
Telepresence Acquisitions Booming
Videoconferencing firms BT, Polycom, Logitech, LifeSize Communications, Cisco, and Tandberg all have either made deals or are in negotiations.