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No simultaneous voice/data for Verizon, Sprint iPhone 5

09/13, 8:57pm

AT&T confirms simultaneous voice, data

Verizon customers purchasing Apple's new iPhone 5 will find that their new smartphones are unable to access Verizon's data network at the same time as they are placing calls. A Verizon representative has confirmed to The Verge that the iPhone 5 will not be able to support simultaneous voice and data connections. Customers buying iPhones for use on Sprint's network may find themselves in the same situation, though Sprint has yet to comment on the matter.


Disney chief says Hulu committed to selling itself

07/06, 3:35pm

No time frame given for sale

For the past few weeks, rumors have swirled around the possible sale of Hulu. Today, Disney CEO Bob Igor confirmed that Disney, NBCUniversal and News Corp., the TV streaming service's owners are indeed looking to sell off. Igor declined to provide a timeframe for a deal or to hint who might be the acquirer.


MiFi 2372 router adds DLNA support for media streaming

03/21, 12:50pm

DLNA Server integrated with MiFi OS

Novatel Wireless has announced that its MiFi 2372 mobile broadband router has received certification from the DLNA, enabling the device to be used as a portable media server. The DLNA Server feature, which is built into the MiFi OS, allows users to add videos, music, photos or other files onto a microSD card and stream the content to other devices.


AT&T MicroCell use to count against data caps

06/17, 4:55pm

ATT claims 2GB cap still applies to MicroCells

AT&T has warned that its recent data caps will still apply when using the 3G MicroCell. Despite its creating a 3G cell site of its own, it's still considered part of the network and counts towards the 200MB or 2GB ceilings, even though the Internet connection handles much more of the traffic. AT&T has justified the lack of free data by noting that the data still goes over its network at other stages.


Warbirds: Dogfights for Mac flies gamers in WWII battles

03/11, 10:55pm

Game features 100 World War II era aircraft

Macgamestore has released Warbirds: Dogfights for the Mac. The game features aerial dogfight action in a World War II setting. A number of pivotal WWII air battles are played out over Europe and the Pacific. Players fly as either Allied or Axis fighters in over 100 different WWII aircraft. It also offers access to one month of free playing time on the WarBirds online multiplayer service.


Cellular South to offer Dell Mini 10 netbook with 3G

07/01, 3:20pm

Cellular South netbook

Wireless provider Cellular South on Wednesday announced it will soon sell its own subsidized 3G-capable netbook, the 10.1-inch Dell Inspiron Mini 10. Its version, like that for AT&T, holds an internal 3G modem that supplies long-range data access wherever the carrier has coverage. As a CDMA carrier, though, Cellular South will use EVDO instead of HSPA.


AT&T launches USBConnect Mercury 3G stick

09/02, 9:50am

USBConnect Mercury at ATT

AT&T upgraded its data devices this morning with the USBConnect Mercury. The company's latest USB adapter lets modern Macs and Windows PCs with a free USB port connect to the carrier's full HSPA network. AT&T has upped its estimated speeds and now says the adapter should download as quickly as 1.7Mbps in real-world conditions and can upload as quickly as 1.2Mbps in those areas with fully updated networks. It also tucks away a microSD slot to turn the modem into a makeshift storage drive.


Palm sells 1m low-cost Centro smartphones

03/31, 9:10pm

Palm sells 1m Centros

Palm today announced that it has sold 1 million of its Centro smartphones, which has company representatives attributing to its lower price tag. According to The NewsMarket, the phone accounted for 11-percent of all domestic mobile phone sales during 2007, and is currently available in 10 countries Palm also confirmed it has desires to sell the device in additional areas, but has not announced a formal timeframe for the move.


Analysis: Over 25% of iPhones unlocked

01/29, 11:30am

1/4 of iPhones unlocked

Over 25 percent of those who have bought US iPhones to date are using them on networks other than the intended one, says Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein Research. Reuters quotes the analyst as basing numbers on discrepancies between Apple and AT&T, the latter of which is the only authorized iPhone carrier in the States. By the end of 2007, some 1.45 million iPhones were "missing in action," built but not subscribed to AT&T. The carrier is believed to have held 480,000 of these back as inventory, but that leaves nearly 1 million -- 27 percent -- unaccounted for.


Analyst: ATT stock plunge saved by Apple

01/10, 3:40pm

Cowen on ATT and iPhone

Investor jitters over statements by AT&T chief executive Randall Stephenson about the home phone business are "overdone" and neglect the likely growth triggered by the iPhone, says a new research note from financial institution Cowen and Company. The group contends that a 10 percent drop in AT&T's stock value triggered by warnings about sagging landline subscriptions are exaggerated and that the company's cellular service is more than compensating for the drop. The carrier will outgrow its rivals by as much as 15 percent over the next year, Cowen predicts.



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