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Vodafone Bringing in Fiber Optics To The Shard @ 100GB per Second

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What good is a spectacular view if you can’t use your phone to tell people about it? London’s newly opened 95-story skyscraper, The Shard, measures 1,016 feet, making it the tallest building in the European Union. From the 69th and 72nd floors, you can get 360 degree views of the…

Microsoft updates its Windows Phone web demo for WP8, hopes you'll update your phone too - published on: Technology Companies List

Microsoft remains convinced that you’ll like Windows Phone if you only give it a try. Accordingly, it just recently updated its web-based demo to reflect all the changes in Windows Phone 8. If you let the web app access Facebook, you’ll get a personalized sample of the OS on your desktop or mobile browser that includes resizable home tiles, Kid’s Corner and other newer additions. No, it’s not …

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Microsoft updates its Windows Phone web demo for WP8, hopes you’ll update your phone too

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Microsoft updates its Windows Phone web demo for WP8, hopes you’ll update your phone too

Samsung expects Music Hub to reach competitors' devices, more countries - published on: Technology Companies List

Samsung’s Music Hub has only had a comparatively small reach to date, delivering tunes to seven countries (six with scan-and-match) and just a handful of devices. Senior VP of Media Services TJ Kang expects the audio service to broaden its horizons — he tells The Next Web that Samsung wants to widen access to rivals’ gear as well. There’s no convenient timetable to put on the calendar, but…

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Samsung expects Music Hub to reach competitors’ devices, more countries

Engadget Mobile Podcast 173 - 03.14.13 - published on: Technology Companies List
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Two might be the loneliest number since the number one. But, if those two are Myriam and Brad, and the subject is the HTC’s One, then that makes the cosiest trio you could ever ask for. Want to make it four? Head south to join the party. Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen Producer: James Trew Music: Tycho – Coastal Brake (Ghostly International) Hear the podcastFiled under: Podcasts, MobileComments

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LG trolls Samsung's Times Square billboards with Optimus G '4' ads - published on: Technology Companies List

The press is headed to Radio City Music Hall for Samsung’s Galaxy S IV event in a few hours, but the company has also taken up consumer-focused presence in Times Square — where rival LG is waiting. As shown in the pic, LG has refashioned its billboards (which it already occupied for 20 years before the new neighbor moved in below last year) to mock Samsung’s “4″ themed advertising, touting that the Optimus G is…

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LG trolls Samsung’s Times Square billboards with Optimus G ‘4’ ads

BlackBerry Q10 prototype caught in the wild with a rubberized back - published on: Technology Companies List

When we put our mitts on the official BlackBerry Q10 design in January, it carried a “glass weave” back that was meant to convey a premium feel, not to mention give Bold 9900 series owners a sense of continuity. The crew at Genk have snagged a pre-production example that teases what could have been. Their black device has the same grippy, rubberized back as the Z10, suggesting that BlackBerry was at least experimenting with using the same extra-practical (if less refined) material up until the unveiling. What else do we…

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BlackBerry Q10 prototype caught in the wild with a rubberized back

Engadget Mobile Podcast 172 - 03.07.13 - published on: Technology Companies List
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You might think that after last week’s major event, that there’s be little to talk about this week. Seriously? If you were actually thinking that, then we’re guessing you’re new around these parts! Get your weekly mobile-news hug right below. Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen Producer: James Trew Music: Tycho – Coastal Brake (Ghostly International) Hear the podcastFiled under: Podcasts, MobileComments

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Engadget Mobile Podcast 139 - 05.26.2012

Myriam and Brad get 2.0’d: the Engadget Mobile Podcasters go at it as a lean, mean, waterproof duo equipped with 41-megapixel sensors, upgraded globetrotting radios, and bootloaders as free as the wind. What can’t they do? is the real question http://www.engadget.com/podcasts/EngadgetMobile_Podcast_139.mp3 Read more here: Engadget Mobile Podcast 139 - 05.26.2012

Solavei starts carrying nano-SIMs for iPhone 5 nomads - published on: Technology Companies List

Those who want to use an unlocked iPhone 5 in the US beyond AT&T have had relatively few places to go for an exodus, T-Mobile and Straight Talk usually being the two carriers on the short list. It’s time to add a third: Solavei is now carrying nano-SIMs for its T-Mobile-based virtual network. There’s not much mystery to what’s involved after …

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Solavei starts carrying nano-SIMs for iPhone 5 nomads

Nokia Lumia 928 possibly seen in Verizon's system, spoils few surprises - published on: Technology Companies List

We know that Verizon is adding at least one more Nokia Lumia to its stable in the near future. However, there’s been little in tangible evidence to suggest just what’s coming to the carrier’s Windows Phone line. A purported leak to Phone Arena from Verizon’s internal product listings could help fill in that picture. It mentions a Lumia 928, and not much else — but Nokia’s naming customs immediately suggest that this will be Big Red’s rumored variant of the …

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Nokia Lumia 928 possibly seen in Verizon’s system, spoils few surprises

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Nokia Lumia 928 possibly seen in Verizon’s system, spoils few surprises

The Engadget Interview: Microsoft's Greg Sullivan on Windows Phone at MWC 2013 - published on: Technology Companies List

We caught up with Greg Sullivan — senior product manager of Windows Phone — for an early morning chat during Mobile World Congress. He was kind enough to give us an update on the state of Microsoft’s mobile OS, which has apparently experienced a four-fold increase in sales since version 8 launched last fall and is taking share away from Android in the UK. We discussed the …

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HTC's 'Tiara' crowns a medium spec, Windows Phone 8 GDR2 device - published on: Technology Companies List

Trust. It’s a valuable commodity. But serial twitter-sleuth evleaks has done enough to earn ours for this latest leak. A Windows Phone 8 device — apparently known internally as the Tiara — which will be one of the first to run the next revision of the mobile operating system (GDR2). With a reported 4.3-inch display, a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, 1.6-megapixel front-facing camera and 1GB of RAM, it …

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HTC’s ‘Tiara’ crowns a medium spec, Windows Phone 8 GDR2 device

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HTC’s ‘Tiara’ crowns a medium spec, Windows Phone 8 GDR2 device

Libratone speakers get an Android app to call their own - published on: Technology Companies List

Libratone’s speaker line hasn’t been convenient at all for mobile users who don’t swing the iOS way — not unless they’ve got a very long audio cable. The audio designer hasn’t quite achieved the Holy Grail of full wireless control for other platforms, but its new Android app provides the next best thing. The release lets Android 2.3 and beyond set up Live, Lounge and Zipp speakers on the WiFi network, and it can tune their sounds to match a physical space…

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Libratone speakers get an Android app to call their own

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Libratone speakers get an Android app to call their own

NTT DoCoMo confirms successful 10Gbps wireless test, clears a path to 5G - published on: Technology Companies List

No, it’s not the world’s most conspicuous surveillance van — it’s one of the first steps toward 5G data. NTT DoCoMo has just confirmed that the gear-laden vehicle above successfully conducted a 10Gbps wireless test in Ishigaki this December with the help of the Tokyo Institute of Technology. The dry run relied on frequencies and bandwidth well outside of usual cellular service, in the 11GHz band with 400MHz of spectrum, but proved that it was possible to blow past the speeds of LTE and LTE-Advanced while moving outdoors; the test used 24 antennas…

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NTT DoCoMo confirms successful 10Gbps wireless test, clears a path to 5G

Tegra 4 reference tablets use SanDisk iNAND Extreme, mate a fast CPU with fast storage - published on: Technology Companies List

It’s well established that NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 is at least reasonably quick. It’s only quick when the storage isn’t a bottleneck, however, which is why SanDisk has negotiated a repeat partnership as the official storage supplier for reference Tegra 4 tablets. Pop open one of the designs and you’ll find either 16GB or 32GB of SanDisk’s iNAND Extreme keeping pace with the quad-core processor. The reference deal may be more than just a publicity grab: it raises…

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Tegra 4 reference tablets use SanDisk iNAND Extreme, mate a fast CPU with fast storage

Engadget Mobile Podcast 137 - 05.09.2012

A six-person Engadget Mobile Podcast that clocks in _under_ two hours? You know something’s up. We’ll give you a hint: it’s four-letter acronym that rhymes with “sepia” and tastes great with a healthy dose of spicy red rooster sauce.

Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen, Joseph Volpe
Guest: Terrence O'Brien, Zach Lutz, Sean Cooper
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

00:03:44 - Samsung Focus 2 for AT&T hands-on at CTIA 2012 (update: video)

00:05:15 - Hands-on with Kyocera Rise, an Android 4.0 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard (video)

00:06:00 - HTC EVO Design 4G for Boost Mobile hands-on

00:10:21 - Hands-on with Kyocera Hydro, a waterproof Android 4.0 smartphone (video)

00:12:12 - Join us for the CTIA keynote with the CEOs of the big four US carriers, tomorrow at 5:30PM ET!

00:34:30 - Live from CTIA with FCC chairman Julius Genachowski

00:36:50 - Editorial: Engadget on the Samsung Galaxy S III

00:46:58 - HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE for Verizon hands-on at CTIA 2012 (update: video)

00:57:50 - RIM’s BlackBerry World keynote roundup: the OS, the hardware, everything else (video)

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BlackBerry Z10 for Verizon swings past the FCC - published on: Technology Companies List

When the BlackBerry Z10 previously reached the FCC, we hadn’t yet received the common courtesies of a product name or official carrier plans. Now that it’s a known quantity, the device’s latest FCC go-round presents a simpler picture. The RFA91LW you see here is clearly the Z10, and the inclusions of CDMA and upper-range 700MHz LTE spectrum leave little doubt that this iteration is headed to Verizon. We also see the expected GSM roaming and NFC. About the only …

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Huawei Ascend W1 hits the FCC, may give Net10 a taste of Windows Phone 8 - published on: Technology Companies List

Let’s face it: neither TracFone nor its Net10 badge are known for adventurous phone selections, let alone dipping into Windows Phone 8 devices. Color us surprised when Huawei’s Ascend W1 not only surfaces at the FCC — the phone maker said it planned a US launch — but is explicitly labeled as coming to a TracFone brand, most likely the smartphone-friendly Net10. There’s no shocks at support for the budget carrier’s HSPA frequencies, then. While FCC filings don’t clue…

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Huawei Ascend W1 hits the FCC, may give Net10 a taste of Windows Phone 8

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Huawei Ascend W1 hits the FCC, may give Net10 a taste of Windows Phone 8