Yesterday, AT&T announced new Mobile Share Value plans that were pitched as making subscriber’s monthly rates cheaper if you already own a smartphone. It seemed like a pretty honest move. Most carriers bill you a set monthly that includes a… Read more ›
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It’s Magic 8-Ball time here, as analysts continue to round-out 2013 by making predictions about what we can expect over the next year. This time it’s analyst Canalys, which is forecasting that tablets will out-ship almost all other PC form… Read more ›
The FAA has today announced that it will finally allow the use of certain electronic devices during all phases of flight â€” including takeoff and landing. We’ve long been able to use devices while the plane is in the air,…
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Still waiting for BBM to come to Android and iOS? Aren’t we all. It’s been almost four weeks since BlackBerry attempted and then stalled its cross-platform BBM rollout, and the Canadian company has remained pretty quiet about its plans ever…
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Oh, woe are we! Telltale’s follow up to hit adventure game The Walking Dead has been delayed for Mac, due to “an unforeseen issue with the Mac version of Episode 1,” whatever that means. The Wolf Among Us is an episode-based adaptation of Vetigo’s Fable, a graphic novel set in the real world with mythical […]
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Every once and a while, someone suggests that Apple will eventually migrate OS X over to ARM, and the A7 processor’s move to 64-bit has reopened that rumor yet again. As we’ve explained before, they almost definitely won’t, but the rumor persists nonetheless. It’s interesting, then, to see a different variation on this rumor. According […]
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Google chairman Eric Schmidt has dismissed claims that Android is insecure by claiming â€œit’s more secure than the iPhone.â€ The platform, which has more than a billion users worldwide, goes through rigorous real-world testing, Schmidt said, before promising consumers would be happier with AndroidÂ â€œmore than you can possibly imagine.â€ Schmidt was taking questions at the […]
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Former Apple CEO John Sculley believes Tim Cook is doing a â€œterrific jobâ€ at leading Apple after taking over from Steve Jobs two years ago. Cooks is â€œcontinuing the Apple philosophy of no compromise and quality of their products and great styling,â€ Sculley said, and he commends Cook for â€œnot trying to be Steve Jobs.â€ […]
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150 million users have been enjoying the photo-party Instagram has thrown for the past three years, but now it’s time for someone to pay the bill. We’ve known ads were coming to Instagram as soon as The Zuck purchased it last year, but Instagram just announced this afternoon that the ad invasion will take […]
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