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T-Mobile to sell Galaxy Tab Nov. 10, Bold 9780 on Nov. 17

T-Mobile dates Galaxy Tab and Bold 9780

T-Mobile today became the third American carrier to set a date for its launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the BlackBerry Bold 9780. Its version of the Galaxy Tab will ship November 10 and will cost the same $400 on contract as the Sprint edition due a few days later. T-Mobile...

iMainGo goes "X" treme with new portable speaker

Now has rechargeable batteries, per requests

Portable Sound Laboratories have launched a new version of their popular iMainGo self-contained speaker, the iMainGo X. The device, which weighs just nine ounces, acts as a housing and portable stereo speaker for nearly every model of iPod or iPhone, as well as other handheld...

PlayStation phone confirmed in leak: 1GHz, touchpad

PlayStation phone photos, details emerge

Sony Ericsson's rumored PlayStation phone was confirmed in major fashion today through a leak of prototype shots and according details. True to expectations, it will be a full touchscreen slider but with PSP Go-style PlayStation controls instead...

Apple delays white iPhone until spring 2011

Apple pushes white iPhone until next model

Apple tonight said it was delaying any future white iPhones until spring 2011. The color had already been pushed back to an end of year window and now isn't likely to appear until the fifth-generation iPhone is in stores. Company representative Trudy...

AT&T stores preparing for 3G iPad sales

Locations receiving display materials, tablets

AT&T has reportedly started preparing for the upcoming influx of 3G iPads that are said to be heading to the carrier's brick-and-mortar locations. Stores have received iPads, display models, marketing materials and a range of accessories for the devices.

NPD: holiday tech sales "increasingly dark"

NPD says holiday sales dark as prices, tech dull

The NPD today warned that technology sales during the holidays could be especially bleak. Industry Analysis VP Stephen Baker said estimates were looking "increasingly dark" and blamed it mostly on the culture behind the companies themselves. Price was a primary reason, as...

BBEdit 9.6 introduces HTML5 support, command-line option

Also contains under-the-hood optimizations

Bare Bones today launched BBEdit 9.6, upgrading the text and HTML editor with HTML5 support. The app incorporates built-in syntax checking for HTML5 documents, and an improved translate command that simplifies converting between HTML and plain text. Support for directory-specific...

Facebook phone project allegedly made in secret building

Facebook phone effort said kept off campus

Facebook's repeatedly denied phone platform project is in development but is being deliberately kept out of sight to the usual team, a rumor claimed today. The plan, which would customize Android with deeper integration into Facebook, is supposedly being kept in a building...

Razer Anansi keyboard caters to online RPG gamers

Razer Anansi gets customizable gaming keys

Razer has just introduced a rare keyboard tailored primarily to online RPG gamers, the Anansi. It targets the inputs common to MMO, with the ability to execute seven times more commands than a standard keyboard. There are seven thumb modifier keys under the space bar to actuate...

T-Mobile said offering $15 tethering plan November 3

T-Mobile brings $15 tethering plan on November 3

T-Mobile will add a $15 tethering add-on to its offerings on November 3, according to a Tuesday report. Officially called the Tethering and Wi-Fi Sharing Add-On, it will cost $15 per month and allow users to tether other Wi-Fi devices to the 3G data connections of their smartphones....

Telus gets Samsung Fascinate, updates Hero to Android 2.1

Samsung Fascinate due at Telus, Hero updated

Canadian wireless provider Telus announced it has added the Samsung Fascinate smartphone to its lineup and released Android 2.1 software update to the already available HTC Hero. The former sports a 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, a 1GHz CPU and built-in Wi-Fi hotspot sharing...

Briefly: HyperMac Air support, Starbucks Card Mobile in NYC

Starbucks tests iOS payments

HyperMac today said that its soon-to-be-extinct external MacBook batteries are compatible with the latest Air models. 60Wh, 100Wh, 150Wh and 222Wh capacities are available, theoretically offering up to six times the capacity of 11-inch Air's built-in battery. The 222Wh battery...

Borders cuts Kobo, Velocity tablet prices to fix low sales

Borders drops Kobo to 99, Velocity Reader to 170

Borders said it would start up multiple deals, beginning October 31, in what's already considered a bid to recover sagging sales. The company dropped the price of its core readers, the Kobo eReader and the Aluratek Libre, down to $100; the Libre deal lasts until November 15....

LG Optimus T to reach T-Mobile for just $30 on November 3

LG Optimus T gets official T-Mobile ship date

T-Mobile this afternoon committed to a ship date for the LG Optimus T unveiled earlier this month. The Android 2.2 phone will have an unusually low price and should cost just $30 on a contract when it ships on November 3, albeit after a $50 rebate. In T-Mobile garb, it should...

Samsung to hold Nov. 8 Android event; Continuum in store?

Samsung November 8 event may bring Continuum

Samsung today sent an invitation to the media to attend a hardware launch in New York City on November 8. The teaser would only say that it would bring a "new Android device" without giving clues. Its last major event brought about the Galaxy Tab.

SK Telecom plans own phone platform to fight Android, iPhone

SK Telecom wants own mobile platform

SK Telecom today signaled its plans to get into the mobile platform business. Company chief Jung Man-Won directly billed it as a strategy to "eventually compete against Google, Apple and Nokia" and set aside one trillion Won (about $897 million) over three years to develop...

Samsung Galaxy Tab hits Sprint Nov. 14 with $30 data option

Samsung Galaxy Tab gets Sprint release date

Sprint today lined itself up as the second US carrier with an official ship date for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Its model will ship on November 14 and, unlike the Verizon edition, will be carrier subsidized; it will cost $400 with two years of data. The carrier told Electronista...

Sony drops PSP Go to $199 after struggle to fight iPod

PSP Go price cut to 199 in US in iPod fight

Sony today confirmed late rumors and dropped the price of the PSP Go to $199 in a likely bid to fend off the iPod touch. The cut from the original $249 is taking effect in both the US and Japan (at an equivalent of $207) and will take effect Tuesday, October 26. It came less...

Samsung Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi-only model landing at Best Buy

Wi-Fi plus 3G models also available in store

Samsung's aggressive marketing push will see a Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Tab model landing at Best Buy in addition to Galaxy Tabs also equipped with 3G. Best Buy has already begun advertising the Galaxy Tab in store. It will also sell Galaxy Tabs equipped with 3G to customers on contracts,...

Tech Restore offering matte screen for new MacBook Airs

A total screen replacement, not anti-glare film

Tech Restore, an online provider of repairs and parts for various Apple products, is preparing a new service to replace the glossy screen on the just-announced 2010 MacBook Air models with one that has a matte finish but otherwise identical specifications. This is a total screen...

Farmville comes to the iPad

Free, available now, highly addictive

Zynga, the game powerhouse behind many successful Facebook and now iOS games, has launched its mega-popular Farmville strategy game as its first app for the iPad. The company has updated its existing free Farmville iPhone/iPod Touch app to be truly universal, creating new layouts,...

Review: Adobe Dreamweaver CS5

Solid program hurt slightly by interface problems

MacNN has reviewed Dreamweaver CS5, Adobe's professional web design software. The program supports recent standards such as HTML5 and CSS3, and can also output to a number of other web-related formats such as ColdFusion, JavaScript and XML. It's described as having a "powerful"...

AT&T switching to 4G-ready SIM cards

AT&T readying 4G-ready SIM cards

AT&T's plans to roll out a 4G network in 2011 are well underway, judging by this leaked internal memo. Courtesy of BGR, the leak shows AT&T is readying 4G SIM cards, with as many as eight different variants. Store employees are being urged to double check the numbers to ensure...

Apple seen shipping 700,000 MacBook Airs, 11-inch the leader

New MacBook Air a sixth of all fall 2010 Macs

Apple's new MacBook Air should ship in some of its highest volumes ever based on an analyst note from Concord Securities (and former Digitimes Research) analyst Mingchi Kuo. Of the 4.1 million Macs he estimated would ship in the fall, about 700,000, or 17 percent, would be...

iPhone officially leaps BlackBerry for no. 2 in smartphones

Strategy Analytics: iPhone no. 2 over BlackBerry

Apple's 14.1 million iPhones were enough for it to comfortably jump over the BlackBerry for market share, Strategy Analytics found today. With an estimated 77.1 million smartphones moved in the summer, the iPhone leapt to 18.3 percent of the market, pushing RIM's 12.1 million...


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