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posted in October 2010
All 89,000 employees worldwide will get the device; no word on whether the perk will include free wireless service.
Mobile Services Platform 3 Control Edition adds device location tracking and battery life monitoring for Windows Mobile, Apple iPhone, and Android handsets.
The payments provider launched a two-click Mobile Express Checkout service and added functionality to its Mobile Payments Library, among other upgrades.
The Android 1.6-powered Maylong M-150 Universe 7-inch device is discounted on the drug store's website.
Handset expected to be similar to the upcoming Windows Phone 7-based Venue Pro smartphone.
Windows 7 touchpad device is first of its kind in Europe, Dutch company says.
Microsoft says pre-orders of the video game motion controller are rapidly selling out.
3DTV Play software allows notebook and desktop users to play games, view photos and watch Blu-ray movies on big screens in three dimensions.
Apple's iPad is less expensive than the $799 Windows 7 tablet with an 8.9-inch display, 2 cameras and Intel Atom processor.
With Phoenix 4G test network seeing download rates hit 90Mbps using 20MHz channels, company may favor Long Term Evolution over WiMax.
Panasonic Avionics' eXConnect wireless service offers worldwide Internet speeds up to 50 Mbps, about 100 times faster than competing airplane Wi-Fi.
Software, under development, aims to attract app developers and take advantage of the momentum toward integrating TVs with mobile phones.
Coffee retailer partnering with Yahoo, Apple, and others to offer web content through its in-store Wi-Fi network, aiming to keep customers lingering longer.
An International Telecommunication Union study also reports that almost 200,000 text messages are sent every second.
Eight Light Emitting Diode monitors comply with ENERGY 5.0 standards and use arsenic-free glass and mercury-free panels that Dell claims reduce energy consumption.
Over 95% of IPv4 blocks are taken, increasing the pressure to rapidly adopt IPv6, says the Number Resource Organization.
Code-named Froyo, upgrade brings voice-controlled GPS, search in-browser, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and setup wizard to smartphone.
Now back on track following third-quarter shortages, the phone maker sees an upside in social networking-centric smartphones.
MyVolt.com and OnStar's MyLink Mobile App allow car owners to check battery status, schedule charges, and start their cars from Android and Apple smartphones and web browsers.
The Samsung Fascinate, Motorola Droid 2, and Droid X will come with the e-book reader out of the box.
The 7-inch device will offer voice calling, Internet access, business apps, and multimedia entertainment.
The HTC-manufactured device comes with a two-year agreement and free shipping for new customers.
The handset, based on the Symbian^3 platform, boasts a sleek stainless steel and glass design and social networking features.
Dual-core notebooks will run both operating systems, joining the three current dual boot models Acer's Aspire One line.
Move seen as strategic way for Microsoft to decrease lawsuits over smartphone patents.
Technology used in digital cameras will deliver advanced photo and video quality to phones.
Samsung Intercept has a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and social networking and Google apps.
Motorola Defy and T-Mobile myTouch users will be able to make voice calls and send texts from accessible 802.11 b/g/n access points.
Citrix Receiver, which offers users access to virtual desktops and business apps, will be available on the Samsung Galaxy tablet and smartphones.
G'zOne Ravine is designed to withstand most outdoor conditions and features a compass, GPS, thermometer, and apps for information including tidal graphs, stars. and constellations.
The 12- and 20-inch televisions use the company's semiconductor and image processing technologies to produce images simulating depth.
The IS03, optimized for mobile payments and digital TV, will hit the Japanese market in November.
More than 200,000 users per day are signing up for Ovi services, including maps, music and messaging, the handset maker reports.
Carrier aims to address common wireless customer complaints with a one-time contract, earlier phone upgrades, and points that can be exchanged for ringtones, upgrades, and accessories.