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Three revises price plans, pulls unlimited tethering for new customers

UK carrier alters price plan tiers, makes 0800 calls free

British carrier Three is no longer going to offer unlimited tethering on its plans, as part of a wider update of its contracts. The mobile phone network will be limiting the amount of data available for use by customers in tethering or using a phone as a mobile hotspot, offering an allowance of 2GB and...


US Cellular planning shared plan changes, according to leaked memo

More data offered to US Cellular customers, promotional plan touted

US Cellular could be preparing to update its Shared Data plans, according to an allegedly-leaked memo. Dated to be announced tomorrow, the carrier is planning to add more data to existing plans as well as adding another lower tier of service, and introducing a promotional single-line price plan that...


Briefly: AT&T cuts data charges, AMD Radeon R9 280 graphics card

AT&T cuts wireless data charges for individual customers without contact

AT&T has announced wireless data price cuts to individual customers that do not have annual service contracts. Done in an attempt to rival its competitor, T-Mobile, customers having one smartphone with no annual service contract will now pay $65 per month instead of $80 for a plan that features 2GB LTE...


QuarkXPress 10.1 adds 8,000X zoom, dynamic guides, HTML5 animations

Mac owners get custom UI colors

Quark has released a major update to QuarkXPress, v10.1. The software adds several important features, such as 8,000X zoom, and dynamic guides. The latter appear automatically when objects align with others, have the same width and height, and/or have the same distance to several more objects.


Briefly: Opera's Sponsored Web Pass, Flickr adds in-comment photos

Opera Software launches mobile internet packages sponsored to cover customer cost

Opera Software has announced the launch of its Sponsored Web Pass product, offering mobile Internet packages to consumers that provide free data. Operators can team up with advertisers to sponsor the cost of customers' mobile Internet access, in time- or content-based increments. By watching a short...


Sprint launches Wi-Fi calling for customers with poor coverage

Two Android devices work with Sprint Wi-Fi service, more expected later in 2014

Sprint is following in the footsteps of T-Mobile, by allowing customers to make calls over Wi-Fi. The service will let users make and receive calls and texts through their registered Sprint number through the network connection when the device is not able to connect to the Sprint cellular network itself,...


Crowdfunding site Kickstarter hacked, customer data accessed

Payment details not taken by hackers in Kickstarter intrusion

Customer data from popular crowd-funding site Kickstarter, famous for helping launch the Ouya and Pebble smart watch, has been taken by hackers, the company has revealed. Usernames, e-mail addresses, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and encrypted passwords of a number of accounts were accessed in the...


Briefly: Whole Foods adopts Square's registers, Ken Burns history app

Whole Foods become second large-scale customer of Square

Natural foods grocery chain Whole Foods has plans to integrate Square's iPad cash registers into its stores, with a few of its locations already implementing the devices. Whole Foods has signed a deal to put Square's iPad-based payment systems inside US grocery locations, where they will be used at counters...


Sony to close Reader Store in North America

Kobo to serve as e-book option for customers

In addition to getting out of the personal computing business and spinning off their television division, Sony will start dropping out the e-book business as well. In a press release from the company, Sony will be teaming up with Kobo in the United States and Canada in late March 2014, closing its Reader...


AT&T withdraws $450 customer incentive for T-Mobile transfers

AT&T transfer promotion ended on January 31st

AT&T has stopped a promotion that offered customers up to $450 per line when they transferred from T-Mobile. The incentive, which provided a $200 automatic credit and up to a further $250 when trading in a smartphone, was put in place just one month ago in order to spoil a similar planned promotion by...


Aereo stops new customer sign-ups in New York over capacity issues

More capacity being installed before Aereo welcomes more subscribers

Cloud-based DVR startup Aereo is no longer accepting new subscribers in New York, the company has confirmed. The service, which offers local television broadcasts over the Internet to users, has apparently run out of capacity and cannot take on any more customers in the market, though other markets including...


Apple drops behind MS, Samsung, Sony in customer happiness survey

Amazon leads pack

For the first time, Apple has fallen behind Samsung, Microsoft, and Sony in an annual Forrester Research survey of customer satisfaction. The firm polled 7,500 Americans, asking them how enjoyable it was to do business with a company, how easy it was, and how effective the company was at meeting needs....


China Mobile iPhone goes on sale: lineups reported

Ten customers win iPhones signed by Apple CEO, China Mobile Chair

Apple's iPhones have formally arrived on China Mobile, the world's largest carrier and China's largest provider. The iPhone went on sale Friday morning in Beijing and other locations, with stores fulfilling long-awaited pre-orders of the iPhone (the 5s in particular) that have been gathered since mid-December....


T-Mobile CFO explains financial reasoning for termination fee offer

T-Mobile estimated to pay average $150 ETF per customer

The chief financial officer of T-Mobile has explained part of the mathematics and the reasons behind the Early Termination Fee (ETF) payment offer the carrier revealed at a CES press conference yesterday. Despite offering up to $350 per line transferred from the three other carriers, T-Mobile expects...


T-Mobile rumored to tempt customers by paying early termination fees

Leaked family termination fee advertisement suggests similar offer to AT&T promotion

T-Mobile may be preparing to offer families an incentive to change carrier, if a reported leaked advertisement is real. The "UnCarrier" will apparently pay the Early Termination Fees (ETF) associated with canceling a contract, a plan that sounds relatively similar to another promotion from AT&T, though...


AT&T lures T-Mobile customers with $450 trade-in offer

Participants must pay full price for new phone

AT&T has launched a new promotion that promises up to $450 per line for existing T-Mobile customers. Subscribers willing to jump ship are automatically qualified for $200 credit when they transfer their service to AT&T, along with a trade-in credit of up to $250 for eligible smartphones, however participants...


DreamWorks, Fuhu prepare kid-oriented DreamTab for CES launch

Kid-friendly tablet offers art lessons, custom animations, stylus

Film production company DreamWorks is working with Fuhu, creators of the Nabi tablet line, to produce a new tablet range for children. The DreamTab will be an 8-inch Android-based tablet that will feature regular and automatic content updates from DreamWorks itself, including educational apps animations...


Briefly: Netflix trials cheaper tier, ABC restricts online viewing

Netflix trials single-stream, standard definition tier with some customers

Netflix is testing a possible new price plan for customers that do not require a HD stream. The new tier spotted by Adweek offers the user a single stream at standard definition for $6.99 per month, $1 cheaper than the normal two-stream standard and HD version typically offered by the service. Netflix...


Dell reveals new partnerships with Dropbox, Microsoft, Google, Red Hat

Dropbox for Business to be offered to Dell enterprise customers

Dell has announced a number of new partnerships it has formed with other companies at its Dell World event in Austin today. The computer producer revealed updates to the Dell Cloud Partner Program, an agreement with Red Hat over OpenStack, and that it would start offering Dropbox for Business through...


Briefly: Belkin's Black Friday deals, Bublcam 360 cam's Kickstarter

Belkin offers Black Friday customers discounts on purchases from online store

Belkin, an electronics accessory manufacturer, has announced their upcoming promotional offers for Black Friday this year. Customers shopping online can receive deals such as $20 off every $100 spent, up to $500. Buyers at Belkin's online Factory Store will be able to receive an additional 15 percent...


IBM allows developers access to Watson 'cognitive computing' in cloud

Cloud-based service to provide intelligent backbone to customer queries

IBM is working on a cloud service based of Watson, its natural language processing and information retrieval system, for use by other developers. The service will allow developers to pay for time on the supercomputer, allowing for apps and services to use its "cognitive computing" technology for commercial...


Samsung tablets top iPads in J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey

Samsung tablets take top spot in J.D. Power study

Samsung tablets have hopped ahead of Apple's iPad line in terms of customer satisfaction, according to the latest study from J.D. Power. Tablets from the South Korean tech giant grabbed the top spot in the J.D. Power's second installation of tablet ratings for 2013, winning overall and ending Apple's...


Sprint Q3 results show $7.3B revenue, $398M operating loss

Sprint loses 313,000 customers, sells 1.4M iPhones in quarter

Sprint's first full-quarter earnings report after the completion of SoftBank's takeover and the acquisition of Clearwire gives it good news and bad news in equal measure, with the carrier's revenues rising to $7.3 billion compared to the $7.2 billion in the previous quarter. Operating losses at the company...


Google expands custom URLs for Google+ to all users

All social network users to gain vanity URLs in the next week

Google is slowly expanding the availability of custom addresses for Google+ accounts, after initially rolling it out to prominent users and businesses in August. The change, which will allow normal users to use a shorter vanity URL, will be gradually introduced to the rest of the social network's population...


Review: Id-Infinite's personalized cases for MacBook and iPhone

Id-Infinite lets customers make their own cases

Id-Infinite has an interesting concept: the company allows customers to personalize cases for iPads, iPhones, and MacBooks, pairing Apple's sleek but uniform premium products with a customized premium case. How well does it work? MacNN checked out Id-Infinite's wares and has the full story in our thorough...


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