Written by Michael Endler, Published on Information Week
The Jan. 30 arrival of BlackBerry 10 is only days away. After looking for months like it would be dead on arrival, RIM’s new OS has cultivated growing enthusiasm in recent weeks, leading Gartner analyst Phil Redman to declare in a blog post that 2013 would be the platform’s “comeback year.”
Written by Julie Kent, Published on The Cleveland Leader
In 2000, the Chinese government banned all video game consoles, meaning gamers in China have yet to get their hands on the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360, and the Nintendo Wii. Now, Reuters reports that China is considering lifting the ban on video game consoles.
Written by Chloe Albanesius, Published on PC Magazine
Just in time for Valetine’s Day, Samsung is offering a garnet red version of its Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0).
Written by Andrew Kameka, Published on Mobile Burn
Nokia Music has been a useful way for Nokia Lumia device owners to discover and listen to music on their mobile devices, but the free service placed limits on the amount of songs listeners could skip or save to listen to while offline. A new paid version of Nokia Music will solve that problem.
Published on Tele Geography
US telecoms giant AT&T has announced in an 8-K filing that it has agreed to acquire ‘B-block’ spectrum in the 700MHz band from Verizon Wireless for USD1.9 billion in cash, as well as securing Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) concessions in a number of additional markets, including Phoenix (Arizona), Los Angeles and Fresno (California) and Portland (Oregon).