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Nokia Lumia Now Has Its Own 'Army' to Boost Smartphone Sales
News added: 5 August 2012
A "Nokia Army" is infiltrating AT&T retail stores in order to pump up the carrier's flabby sales efforts, when it comes to moving Lumia smartphones. Hundreds of members of Nokia's U.S. staff are volunteering to work alongside AT&T sales staff, in order to educate both them and their customers on the features and benefits of Noki... read entire news →
HTC Proto details hint at improved One V
News added: 5 August 2012
HTC took to the stage at Mobile World Congress back in February promising a more streamlined smartphone lineup, a plan that it seems to have stuck to so far with the HTC One X, One S, and One V. Now word comes from The Verge that the company is busy behind the scenes working on a new handset that sounds like a refreshed version of the HTC One V. Th... read entire news →
Ubuntu for Android Looks Awesome [VIDEO]
News added: 3 August 2012
Follow @pocketnowTweets Ubuntu for Android is a project from Canonical that brings the popular Linux system to Android smartphones. It sounded like a feature-packed version of the sort of thing Motorola has going with WebTop, which piqued our interest. A video highlight some of the system&8217;s primary Android interface is still controllable in a... read entire news →
Nokia lays off Aussie Qt staff and looks to sell off assets
News added: 1 August 2012
Reports are coming in that Nokia has shut down its Qt offices in Australia and laid off the developers responsible for QML. The staff that was laid off were responsible for developing key aspects of the Qt open-source toolkit including the QML user interface layout. At least one of the laid off developers, Lorn Potter, has told the Qt community tha... read entire news →
Judge grants HTC request to sever, transfer Apple suit to Delaware
News added: 31 July 2012
A Miami district court judge on Tuesday granted HTC's request to sever Apple's claims against the Taiwanese smartphone maker from an ongoing Motorola Mobility v. Apple case and move the suit to a Delaware court. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Robert N. Scola severed and transferred HTC from the 2010 Motorola Mobili... read entire news →
Verizon Fined $1.25 Million for Blocking Android Tethering Apps
News added: 30 July 2012
Verizon Wireless has agreed to pay the U.S. Treasury $1.25 million, after the Federal Communication Commission's Enforcement Bureau found that the carrier hadby preventing customers from downloading Android apps that turn a smartphone into a mobile hotspotviolated some conditions of its C-block spectrum purchase. As GigaOm first reported, Verizon ... read entire news →
3G wireless resellers offer bargains for smartphone users
News added: 30 July 2012
Looking to slash your smartphone bill? Prepaid services that resell service from the nationwide carriers at big discounts may be your answer. There are now several prepaid services available that resell nationwide carriers' 3G wireless services. The benefits to these plans are huge. Customers can still get access to hot new smartphones and reliabl... read entire news →
Spotify adds mobile radio to Android
News added: 30 July 2012
Spotify announced last month that it would be adding a radio feature to iOS devices that would let users set up custom stations based on genres, artists, and playlists, and now the company has announced that it’s bringing the same feature over to Android too. Free Android users and those with a premium subscription to Spotify, which adds mobi... read entire news →
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