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OnForce: IT pros care more about device satisfaction than wireless provider

OnForce has released a new report about mobile phone satisfaction, which essentially argues that IT service professionals are more concerned with the devices themselves rather than the wireless provider selling them. While ATT ...
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T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular announce Samsung Galaxy Note II coming soon

T-Mobile USA launched the Galaxy Note in August and within a week or two it was already shown as Out of Stock online and never appeared again. I don’t know if they were given a few hundred to sell or what, but the good ne...
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Nexus 7 comes to Singapore, South Korea

Google will be releasing its first tablet devince in two more Asian markets, namely in Singapore and South Korea, but only the 16 gigabytes (GB) model will be available. In a statement Friday, Nexus 7 manufacturer Asus said th...
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Two weeks with iPhone 5, Galaxy Note 2, and HTC announcements (MobileTechRoundup show #278)

Summary: I have had the iPhone 5 for two weeks and offered up some thoughts while Kevin tempted me with his new Samsung Galaxy Note 2. HTC also made Android and Windows Phone 8 announcements. By Matthew Miller for Smartphones a...
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Microsoft offers only one-year Surface warranty, despite EU law

Microsoft’s Surface tablet arrives in the hand of European customers with a one-year warranty, according to the software giant, despite European law dictating that electronic devices and hardware must come with at least¬†...
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First impressions of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note II (gallery)

Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Note II appeared on T-Mobile shelves yesterday so I made the trip to the store after selling off my Galaxy S III and am now a very happy owner of one of the greatest data focused devices ever. By Mat...
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Will 10-inch Android tablets be the losers of the tablet PC wars?

10-inch Android tablets like the Toshiba Excite 10 might become rarer as manufacturers focus on 7-inch Android models instead. As the tablet market explodes, the supply chain will follow the money and direct its capacity toward...
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CES 2013 preview: A virtual tour of the show

The giant consumer show will be starting this week in Las Vegas. Over a hundred thousand attendees will be crowding the hotels, taxi lines, and CES 2013 show floor for a glimpse of the upcoming tech that will rock our world. Jo...
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The minimalist mobile approach: Use only what you really need

I have been using mobile gear in my work for over a decade, and have come to embrace a philosophy of only using gadgets that do just what I need. I no longer worry about having devices that can handle every situation that may i...
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