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  • Ericsson CEO: We have to play the waiting game before taking the next big step in 4G networking

    23 April 2014, 2:58 pm by: Kevin Fitchard

    A few operators have taken their first tentative steps into LTE-Advanced, but the technology hasn't yet taken root. The reason? All of the technical and political pieces aren't yet in place, explains Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg.
  • Fore-eyes: Swingbyte provides instant golf swing feedback to Google Glass

    23 April 2014, 12:46 pm by: Kevin C. Tofel

    Sensors that analyze a golf swing in real-time are awesome but can require a phone or tablet for instant feedback. Google Glass might be a better device for this and Swingbyte's new Glass app is ready to tell you why you're slicing the ball.
  • Three Galaxy Tab 4 tablets coming to the US on May 1st

    23 April 2014, 12:21 pm by: Kif Leswing

    Samsung's low-end tablet line gets a US release date and pricing.
  • Another day, another ridiculous cloud storage deal

    23 April 2014, 11:50 am by: Barb Darrow

    iDrive is now offering iPhone and iPad users 100GB of storage for 99 cents. For the year. Meanwhile, 50GB worth of Apple iCloud weighs in at $100 per year.
  • Viber launches new polished apps for iOS 7 and BlackBerry 10

    23 April 2014, 10:57 am by: Kevin Fitchard

    Viber's new look for iOS 7 isn't just cosmetic. It's added a handful of new features such as multi-photo messaging and block lists. It's also finally supporting BlackBerry's latest OS.
  • Chrome Show: Could Motorola revive the LapDock with a phone-powered Chromebook?

    23 April 2014, 10:55 am by: Kevin C. Tofel

    Motorola signed a patent license with Microsoft for Android and Chrome OS devices this month. Wait: Motorola doesn't make any Chrome OS devices. But it could and one possibility is to use an Android phone with a Chrome OS partition for a modular laptop.
  • The OnePlus One smartphone runs CyanogenMod, will cost $299

    23 April 2014, 10:25 am by: Kif Leswing

    The OnePlus One is the first mass-market Android phone to ship with CyanogenMod preinstalled and will retail for $299.
  • The state of the internet is under attack (but it’s also faster)

    23 April 2014, 6:30 am by: Stacey Higginbotham

    More people are on the internet and overall global broadband connection speeds are faster. That's the good news from Akamai's quarterly State of the Internet report.
  • Are we nearing the Dropbox moment for the internet of things?

    22 April 2014, 7:05 pm by: Stacey Higginbotham

    Connecting devices into a truly interoperable system isn't as easy as some of the hype masters touting the internet of things would have you believe. But Peter Semmelhack has a few ideas.
  • AT&T banks on Next upgrades to draw in customers and wean it off subsidies

    22 April 2014, 6:52 pm by: Kevin Fitchard

    AT&T's Next isn't just proving popular with customers. It's proving popular with its accountants. The move away from subsidized phones gives it a new equipment revenue stream while keeping its newly contract-free customers loyal.

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