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BYTE Guide To In-Flight Wi-Fi

12/13/2012
Here is how WiFi on major airlines works and what it would cost you. Probably. Airplane Wi-Fi pricing is such a mess that you often can't even know what the cost will be until you're on the plane. Gogo is the major provider, and we identified service offerings from Air Canada, Airtran, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, Jet Blue, SouthWest Virgin America, United and US Air.

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Samsung Updates Galaxy Note Phablet

8/29/2012
Pundits were skeptical about the Galaxy Note phone/tablet hybrid, but Samsung has sold 10 million of them. The Galaxy Note II bumps up the hardware power and battery life, updates the OS to Android Jelly Bean, and increases screen size with only a modest increase in size and weight.

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CoIT Alive and Well in the Federal Government

7/5/2012
End users in the federal government may be older than in the private sector, but they are just as anxious to use their beloved consumer technologies at work. They are, on the other hand, concerned that there will be insufficient training for their use.

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Adobe Backs Off Flash Support on Android

6/29/2012
The variety of devices and OS configurations makes it difficult for Adobe to optimize Android properly in a plugin general to the operating system, so the company will be withdrawing support for the plugin.

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Can Samsung Make Enterprises Feel SAFE?

5/3/2012
PC management standards are mature, but mobile devices are a whole new ballgame. Companies are floundering, creating their own mobile rules on the fly. Samsung's SAFE (Samsung Approved For Enterprise) certification program hopes to help by providing a mobile standard.

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Samsung Galaxy Note: A Phone And Tablet In One

4/30/2012
The Galaxy Note from Samsung, available in the U.S. only from AT&T, breaks new ground. It's not just a large phone with a big, beautiful screen like the Droid Razr. It adds a stylus that makes annotation and new application types possible.

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