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Sony's identity theft protection for PSN users goes live

Customers offered 1 year of ID theft protection

Sony has announced that the special identity theft protection program that it is offering to PlayStation Network and Qriocity customers is live as of today. Sony

T-Mobile launches trade-in program for used handsets

Customers get up to $300 for old phones

T-Mobile today announced a trade-in program for its customers. Current subscribers can bring in their old phones to any T-Mobile retail store and receive up to $300 towards any new handset, including smartphones that run on their "4G" (HSPA+) network. T-Mobile will also accept...

Sprint leads, AT&T lags in cellphone service ranks

Sprint, Motorola top customer satisfaction scores

The latest quarterly report on customer satisfaction from the American Customer Satisfaction Index found that AT&T and T-Mobile's scores have dropped while Sprint is now at the top. The overall customer satisfaction score with wireless telephone services has dropped by 1.4...

Microsoft Kinect may support custom gestures, user profiles

Kinect to support custom gestures for each user

Manan on his blog found a few lines of text in a Microsoft Kinect patent application that suggest the device and software might eventually have the ability to learn from and follow a user. For example, the Kinect would be able to recognize subtle differences from a default...

Sprint makes Kyocera Echo available to Premier customers

Premier customers can get Echo dual screen now

Sprint is making its Kyocera Echo dual screen smartphone available immediately to Premier users, three days ahead of its scheduled availability on April 17. Sprint Premier customers can get their phone today by going to the Sprint Premier website for $200. Regular customers...

Qoppa updates PDF Studio to 6.6, adds tool chest

Custom stamps, group annotations also improved

Qoppa Software's Java-based PDF annotation editor PDF Studio has been upgraded to version 6.6, offering a new tool chest pane, more custom stamps, support for group annotations, a simpler method of importing files into PDF pages in the current PDF document, and the ability to...

China Unicom preps in-house Wophone OS despite Android, iOS

China Unicom tries hand at own custom phone OS

China Unicom on Monday broadcast its plans to develop its own phone OS. Wophone, named after the company's Wo service, would run a custom version of Linux and target both smartphones and tablets. The strategy would help phones get to market faster by being already tailor-made...

T-Mobile back to losing subs without iPhone, new Android

T-Mobile Q4 sees it lose 23,000 customers

T-Mobile's US branch swung back to losing subscribers owing to its struggles to lure customers away from the iPhone and rival Android supporters. It lost a total of 23,000 subscribers in its latest quarter, ended in January, where it had added 137,000 users the season before...

Google's Androidify app lets users make custom avatars

Androidify app now out, brings custom avatars

Google has just released the Androidify app for Android 2.1 or newer handsets that will let user create their own avatar of the popular Android mascot. The free app is now available for download and is very similar in concept to the Mii creation process Nintendo offers for...

Report: Verizon bumping biz orders in favor of consumers

Business customers still without paid-for iPhones

Business account holders who ordered the Verizon iPhone early may not get them in a timely fashion if reports prove true, according to iLounge. The site's editors say they have confirmed with Verizon reps that business orders have been de-prioritized in favor of consumer orders....

Notion Ink Adam users complain of early glitches

Customer support also apparently lacking

Several Notion Ink Adam tablet early adopters are venting their frustration about issues with their tablets and Notion Ink customer support on the Notionaddicts forum. @Rambler358 has complained about the build quality of his device, as well as the screen quality of the vaunted...

First custom-made RED EPIC-M ships, gets tested in the field

RED EPIC cam arrives in custom builds

RED this weekend confirmed that the first custom-made EPIC-M cameras were shipping to the earliest members of the program. Camera number 6, the first not headed to RED chief Jim Jannard, was shipped on Friday to OffHollywood studio co-founder Mark Pederson. The 5K resolution...

Zune HD customization adds photos, Xbox avatars

Zune HD design takes custom photos, Xbox avatars

Microsoft today opened up its Zune Originals customization to take custom images. Zune HD buyers can either upload a photo of their own or use their Xbox Live avatars in one of several different poses. The customizations are etched in grayscale and, for photos, allow four...

Steve Jobs promises MobileMe improvements in 2011

Exec responds to frustrated customer

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has reportedly promised improvements to the company's MobileMe services sometime next year. The executive is said to have responded to criticism from a frustrated customer who complained of unreliable syncing, duplicate entries, and other problems, according...

LG Star shows in video with custom Facebook app

LG Star has 4-inch screen, custom Facebook app

The dual-core LG Star seen earlier this week has now starred in a video. Also known as the LGP990, the video does confirm the Tegra 2 processor is onboard and that the handset is currently running on Android 2.2. A newly spotted feature is a custom Facebook app from LG. It's...

Etymotic adds custom-tuned MicroPro-series earbuds

Etymotic adds custom-tuned MicroPro earbuds

Personal high-end audio gear maker Etymotic Research has added a new range-topping MicroPro Series set of earbuds in the ER[bullet]4PT. Made for audiophiles and sound engineers, each set of the new headphones comes with a channel-matching compliance graph signed off on by an Etymotic...

Dish begins selling Google TV packages

$179 for existing customers, with $4/month DVR

Dish Network has announced that it is now selling Google TV packages based on Logitech's Revue set-top box. Confirming an earlier leak, the company will subsidize the device to bring the price down to $179 for Dish customers who pay for the $4/month DVR service.

Supreme Court to determine legality of class-action limits

AT&T customers claim arbitration provision unfair

The US Supreme Court is currently hearing arguments in a case that may have significant implications for class-action lawsuits filed against cellular carriers and other companies. Justices will attempt to determine the legality of contract language that explicitly bars customers...

Credit Card Machine 1.3 supports magnetic reader attachment

Version 1.3 keeps customer, inventory databases

Paynet Systems has updated its credit card processing iPhone app, releasing Credit Card Machine 1.3. The app allows iPhone users to accept credit cards for payment. The new version has the ability to swipe credit cards using a secure magnetic reader attached to the user's iPhone....

Apple stops offering Personal Shopping service in stores

All customers now assisted by standard staff

Apple has stopped offering its Personal Shopping service to customers who visit the company's retail outlets. The service had provided product demonstrations and special assistance on an appointment basis, allowing them to "test-drive" Apple's range of devices.

Apple opens online store in China

Customers receive free shipping on everything

Apple has announced that it has expanded its online stores with a new portal for customers based in China. The company is offering free shipping on everything in the store, as the products are already manufactured by local suppliers. Products include Mac computers, iPods, iPads...

JooJoo team switching to Android for 2011 tablet

JooJoo 2 to run on customized Android

Fusion Garage tonight revealed that a sequel to the JooJoo tablet was in development but would make a major switch in platforms. The new model would use Android and would be customized for the larger format much like Samsung's Social Hub or Windows Phone 7's People Hub, merging...

Windows Phone 7 doesn't allow custom ringtones

No custom ringtones in Windows Phone 7 devices

Microsoft has not built a custom ringtone feature into Windows Phone 7 OS, but some handset makers and carriers are adding a few choices of their own. It's possible ringtones could eventually be purchased in the Marketplace, but this is not yet the case. The HTC Surround from...

Samsung intros prescription glasses for 3D TVs

Custom glasses ship in one week

Samsung has announced that it will soon offer 3D glasses customized for users who typically wear corrective lenses. The company is working with optometrists to build 3G glasses with prescription lenses, eliminating the need to wear two pairs or frames or contacts.

Boost Mobile to lower bills for staying onboard

Boost Mobile to reduce bills of loyal customers

Pre-paid monthly provider Boost Mobile on Thursday announced it will offer a unique Monthly Unlimited with Shrinkage plan. Customers who make their payments on time on a regular basis will get their monthly bills reduced from $50 (basic phones) or $60 (smartphones) down to...


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