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posted in September 2010
LCD televisions, to be sold in the Japanese market, utilize the BDXL recording format to store up to 87 hours of high-definition programming on a single disc.
Satellite A665-3D Series upconverts 2D video through software, allowing users to play games, movies, and photos in 3D without buying additional devices.
The rugged device is designed to be durable and withstand dust, drops and bumps runs on Windows Embedded Handheld technologies with compatibility and support for industry-specific apps.
IPv4 addresses are expected to run out by the end of 2011 due to the huge increase in mobile devices.
The chipmaker has reportedly received orders for its Tegra 2 ARM-based processor from several smartphone and tablet manufacturers.
The CDMA version of the HTC Desire Z, known in the U.S. as the T-Mobile G2, may be joining the carrier's lineup based upon leaked photos and a model number.
Limited edition R2-D2 phone features an improved 1.2GHz processor and comes with special Star Wars multimedia content.
Galapagos devices will be first sold in Japan as e-book readers, but will add movies, music, games, and additional countries.
Other home theater products highlighted at the 2010 CEDIA Expo were 3D projectors displayed by Sony and Mitsubishi.
All mobile apps submitted to the North America-oriented developer competition will be made available in the Ovi store.
The Wave, the first smartphone powered by the Bada operating system, topped the 1 million sales threshold in Europe, the company also said.
Update corrects Android 2.2-related bugs associated with multiple Gmail account syncs, editing a calendar event, and dialer sluggishness.
Co-branded OneTouch Net handset comes preloaded with Yahoo services and access to Tata Docomo's Dive-In portal.
TerreStar Genus marketed as an everyday phone that's suitable for disaster recovery, first response, and public service workers.
Credit Suisse said AT&T will hold its own next year in spite of a survey that finds 23% of iPhone customers would change carriers if Verizon gets the Apple device.
Along with the pay-as-you-go service, the carrier also introduced new netbooks, notebooks, and tech support.
Nielsen finds Apple smartphone owners pay for one of every three apps they download, while BlackBerry users are the least likely to purchase mobile software.
Yong Nam stepped down as CEO of the struggling mobile phone maker and will be replaced by Koo Bon Joon, vice chairman of LG International.
BlackBerry smartphones in demand generally and the sales success of the BlackBerry Torch fueled a 45% increase in shipments for the quarter.
The iPad's success is driving many companies, including RIM, Nokia, and Samsung, to launch versions of the mobile device over the next six months.
Top entertainment, gaming, productivity, social networking, and multimedia app creators will get $50,000 and a year's membership in Sprint's developer program.
WeTab, previewed at the Intel Developer Forum, will be the first tablet to run the open source operating system offered by Intel and Nokia.
Pay-as-you-go, on-demand model offers small and midsized businesses features including built-in security and prebuilt server templates.
Deal undercuts Best Buy's preorder offer by $49, even before the carrier announces its price for the Android phone.
Mobile software, the eBox gaming console, and a tablet PC are pieces of the PC maker's scheme to boost revenue and compete with the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Sony.
Microsoft trails both Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii in Japan, but hopes its controller-free Kinect technology will boost sales after it is formally introduced at the Tokyo Game Show.
Hewlett-Packard also revealed an updated Mini 210; both lightweight PCs come with new dual-core Atom processors.
The Symbian OS smartphones are seen as crucial to the Finnish mobile phone maker's competitive fortunes against Apple's iPhone, RIM's BlackBerry and Android OS handsets in the high-end device market.
The device, which will go on sale next week in Australia, will have improved power management, a dual-core 1.5-GHz ARM-based processor, and 4.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen.
Verizon could be bringing the new Android smartphone to the U.S., judging by photos posted on the Federal Communications Commission's web site.
Similar to the Apple iPhone 4 or Samsung Galaxy S in design, the prototype mobile device has a glasses-free 3D parallax screen and multiple 3D cameras.
Updated BIOS released to detect faulty power harness in certain Satellite model notebooks.
Active-shutter glasses will be required for 3D viewing on the 16-inch screen laptop that will use similar technology to Sony's Bravia TVs and allow toggling between 2D and 3D.
Cloud-based video and music service will challenge Apple's iTunes Store when it launches in Europe this fall.
Multimedia, GPS, social networking capabilities are also factors in choosing a phone, finds Best Buy study.
Carrier may offer an unlimited data plan for $30 per month with a minimum $45 per month voice plan.