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AT&T/T-Mobile merger to get Senate hearing

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold hearings on the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile next month to examine the deal's potential impact on the telecom market.

Written by Brad Reed09 April 11 04:46

ABI: Android will be on almost half of smartphones by 2016

According to figures released today by ABI Research, Android will be on 45 per cent of smartphones shipped in the year 2016, as it will take up most of the market share vacated by the soon-to-be-defunct Symbian operating system. Although Android will come to be the dominant player in the smartphone market, this doesn't mean that others will necessarily see a big cut in their own market shares.

Written by Brad Reed01 April 11 08:57

AT&T-T-Mobile merger widely panned

The proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger has many different groups standing athwart recent telecom history and yelling, "Stop!"

Written by Brad Reed26 March 11 03:44

Sprint makes CTIA splash with 3D smartphone, Evo tablet

Sprint may have groaned after rival carrier AT&T announced plans earlier this week to gobble up T-Mobile, but that didn't stop the carrier from debuting two splashy wireless devices at CTIA Tuesday.

Written by Brad Reed23 March 11 08:48

Google Voice coming to all Sprint phones

Sprint is integrating the Google Voice application into all of its phones, giving users a new way to make cheap international calls.

Written by Brad Reed22 March 11 02:31

RIM urges BlackBerry users to turn off JavaScript

Research in Motion is recommending that IT departments and users disable JavaScript on their BlackBerry devices, citing a vulnerability unearthed at this year's Pwn2Own hacker challenge.

Written by Brad Reed17 March 11 03:45

iPad dominates tablet purchasing plans

While rival manufacturers have been scrambling to put out their own tablet computers, it seems that none of them has captured the public imagination as Apple's iPad has.

Written by Brad Reed11 March 11 07:42

How Google and Android users can make a secure mobile market

Android has a lot going for it, but as the last week has shown its approach to selling and distributing applications is going to need some improvement. Ever since launching Android in 2007, Google has gone out of its way to making the mobile operating system the most accessible and app-friendly in the industry. 

Written by Brad Reed09 March 11 08:01

Tablet showdown: iPad 2 vs. Motorola Xoom

The success of Apple's iPad tablet last year sent its competitors scrambling to come up with similar products, including the BlackBerry PlayBook, the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

Written by Brad Reed03 March 11 08:49
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