Technology – 24 February 2013

Galaxy Note 8.0 Announced: The Just-Right Size for Samsung’s Pen-Equipped Tablet?

Written by JOANNA STERN, Published on ABC News

The 10.1-inch Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet too big? The 5.5-inch Galaxy Note 2 too small to be your tablet but too big to be your phone? The Galaxy Note 8.0 might be just right.

AT&T-Mozilla “WebPhone” gives a glimpse of the dumb pipe future

Written by Peter Bright, Published on ARS Technica

By combining Firefox’s new WebRTC support, Ericsson’s Web Communication Gateway, and AT&T’s API Platform, Mozilla has demonstrated calls, text messages, and video calls all being made from within the browser in a proof-of-concept application AT&T calls WebPhone.

Microsoft set to launch surface in Japan: report

Published on Market Watch

Microsoft Corp. MSFT +0.98% will begin selling its Surface tablet computer in Japan as early as next month, the Nikkei reports in its Sunday morning edition.

Google Planning 42-Acre “Bay View” Expansion to Googleplex

Written by David Murphy, Published on PC Magazine

According to a new article in Vanity Fair, Google is planning to launch a second campus neighboring its current Googleplex in Mountain View, California.

Petition to Lift Ban on Cell Phone Unlocking Heads to White House

Written by Michael Kwan, Published on Mobile Magazine

In order to gauge the issues that matter the most to Americans, the White House launched a petition website some time back. If your petition reached 30,000 signatures, the White House would have to offer some sort of official response.

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