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Verizon Wireless Planning on Offering Windows 8 Smartphone

In May 2011, Verizon discontinued carrying any Windows 8 based smartphones. Sales of the phone were lukewarm, at best, so Verizon ceased to carry the phone after telling Microsoft they didn’t plan ...

New Malware Targets Mobile Devices and Virtual Machines

Research indicates that a there is a new virus on the loose. Dubbed “Crisis,” the malware is capable of spreading to four different platforms, including Windows, Mac OSX, Windows mobile devices, and ...

T-Mobile: We Have Truly Unlimited Data

Verizon and AT&T, in the past year or so, have completely eliminated their unlimited data plans. As those two carriers have become stricter with data use, Sprint and T-Mobile – the underdogs ...

Tips on How to Sustain Customer Loyalty

You’re a small business owner, which means you have time to not only learn what your customers want, but how to make sure they get it. Small businesses usually don’t have the resources to undertake a large data intensive project ...

Apple v. Samsung Case Closed

Apple and Samsung have been battling it out for several months now, and the decision has yet to be determined. However, as closing arguments were said, Samsung had only one thing to ...

3 Million Surface Tablets Expected to Be Produced

Though the numbers have fluctuated significantly in the last few months since Surface’s announcement, Microsoft has finally announced the number of tablets they expect to product off the bat: a whopping 3 ...

HP Forms “Mobility” Division to Handle Tablet Sales

Hewlett-Packard appears to have a desire to head back into the tablet business. As of this week, the company has started to develop a Mobility unit at their company that focuses on ...

Lenovo Closes in on HP Sales

Lenovo has shown outstanding growth in the past few quarters, and this last one was the most impressive of them all. Lenovo reported $8 billion in sales last fiscal quarter, up from ...

AT&T: Subsidized Tablets are No More

AT&T, as of last Friday, has made the executive decision to discontinue its offering of subsidized tablets to the general public. For many years, most mobile carriers have subsidized many of the ...

Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking OKed by Federal Court

A US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit yesterday found that police were legally allowed to track a particular man through his cellphone. The man. Melvin Skinner, was caught and arrested ...

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