Why Android on x86 will fail

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We all know Intel is working hard to bring a fully functional version of Android to the x86 architecture, but I think it doesn’t matter how hard they try to make it work, it will ultimately fail. Sure, some people will use it, but it’s more likely that it will remain a gimmick, ...

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Sony to buy out Ericsson’s share of Sony Ericsson

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Say what? In case you didn’t realize it, Sony Ericsson is in fact a joint venture between Sony Corporation and Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson. Both companies share an equal 50 percent share in Sony Ericsson and Sony has been mulling over the idea of buying out Ericsson for ...

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Ice Cream Sandwich Should Work on Gingerbread Handsets

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In theory, those with Android 2.3 should see an Ice Cream Sandwich update.

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Digital Harmony Games Takes Cross Platform Multiplayer to a New Level with Dragons vs. Unicorns

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  While mobile gaming continues to grow at a practically exponential level, game development company Digital Harmony knows what players want, and plans to give it to them… soon. The company is slating their first title as “Dragons Vs. Unicorns,” and is using the game to show ...

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Boingo Chosen by LG to Bring Data Offloading and Global Wi-Fi Roaming to U+ Customers

Boingo, one of the largest providers of Wi-Fi software and services in the world, announced today that they have partnered up with LG Uplus (or “U+”) in South Korea to provide data offloading and global Wi-Fi roaming to their customers. The service agreement has been slated for ...

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AT&T’s Samsung Captivate Glyde Gets Spied

An unannounced Samsung handset has been found in the wild bearing a form factor that closely resembles the Epic 4G (Sprint) and Verizon’s  brand new Stratosphere.  According to Boy Genius Report, this phone will carry the name of Samsung Captivate Glyde in a nod to their Galaxy S series ...

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Sprint Planning LTE Switch by 2013

It looks like AT&T and Verizon won’t be alone in the LTE world for long, as Sprint has announced plans to rollout a vast LTE network by 2013. At its 4G Strategy/Network Vision event on Friday, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse explained how the LTE network will come to be: Our progress deploying ...

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Samsung Stratosphere Launching October 13

We first got wind of the Samsung Stratosphere in a leaked Verizon roadmap back in August, with a September 8th launch date. After a few delays, the good people at Vzw have finally confirmed an October 13th (that’s this Thursday) date for the device. No word on pricing, but as it’s a ...

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Norton Anti-theft Lets Users Remotely Locate, Lock, and Recover Your Missing Android

Norton, continuing with their new ‘Norton Everywhere‘ initiative has released a new service which lets users remotely locate, lock, and secure missing devices.  These devices may include Windows-based laptops or Android-powered smartphones and tablets.  Available immediately through ...

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My digital overnight bag goes everywhere

I recently had the pleasure of putting together a post for Amazon Wireless where the subject was entirely up to me.  Given that I had just finished traveling a couple of times in the months prior, writing about my “digital overnight bag” felt like a no-brainer.  I’ll not spoil ...

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NVIDIA Roadmap Full of Superheroes

A newly leaked NVIDIA roadmap has surfaced, reminding us that the future of mobile performance is paved with superheroes.  While we might still be a few months away from seeing the first “Kal-El” multi-core processors, we already have a good idea as to what the chipmaker is doing next. 

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NVIDIA Kal-El Tablets Coming This Year, Smartphones Due Next Year

NVIDIA is a world renowned technology brand with many fans in the mobile world. Just about everyone is familiar with Tegra 2, the first dual-core mobile processor which was introduced in the LG Optimus 2X. A lot of smartphones and tablets are now coming with Tegra 2 processors, and its ...

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Samsung Illusion and Pantech Breakout LTE Leaked with Verizon Branding

Verizon is the largest mobile network provider in the USA and they offer up quite a large number of Android powered phones. Verizon always has a few phones up their sleeves and the Samsung Illusion and Pantech Breakout are a couple of them. Our friends over at Pocket-Now got their hands on ...

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Amazon Kindle Tablet Gets Handled and Detailed

Details for the long-awaited Amazon tablet emerged late last week, giving us our best, most descriptive features and expectations to date.  TechCrunch blogger MG Siegler was able to spend time with the device and has provided a very thorough walkthrough of the tablet, which sounds like a ...

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First Pair of Images of HTC Vigor Surface

A pair of images surfaced over the weekend, giving us our first decent look at Verizon’s forthcoming HTC Vigor.  The phone is expected to feature a number of high-end specifications (4.3-inch HD display, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, and Beats by Dre ...

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