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Cox details first gigabit Internet service locations, speed increases

05/23, 6:53am

Market-wide deployment of Cox gigabit service expected by end of 2016

Cox Communications has detailed where it plans to roll out its residential gigabit Internet service. Following an earlier announcement stating it would be launching the high-speed service this year, Cox has revealed it will start construction projects in Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Omaha, with both new and existing neighborhoods in the regions being prepared to receive the improved connections.

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CTIA to merge spring event, MobileCon into single trade show

01/02, 7:11am

New larger Las Vegas event to start September 2014

CTIA is combining two mobile trade shows into one larger industry event, starting from next year. The US wireless industry group will merge the existing CTIA spring event, held in Las Vegas during May, with the fall event, renamed MobileCon in 2012 and takes place in San Jose in October, and create a single show that will be held between the two.

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Fontainebleau puts an iMac in every room

06/02, 9:05pm

Fontainbleau

Fontainebleau resorts has announced that it is putting an iMac in every guest room "inspiring guests to share memories and encourages personal expression." Other resort features include Chef Alfred Portale at Gotham Bar and Grill, a Chinese restaurant featuring Michelin star-rated Cantonese cuisine a 5,000-square-foot "chocolate experience." Fontainebleau currently has locations in Miami Beach and Las Vegas. Room rates range from $200 to $900. Hotel chain City Inn previously announced that it was installing iMacs in every guest room, offering software that deletes any personal data from the machines before the guest leaves.

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CTIA gallery: WiMAX N810, Shift X9000, more

04/02, 9:00pm

CTIA Nokia and HTC gallery

Electronista is on hand at the CTIA 2008 conference in Las Vegas, and has assembled an image gallery of various new HTC and Nokia offerings. HTC showed its new ultraportable Shift X9000 a tablet-style PC that slides away to reveal a compact keyboard, and features built-in EVDO functionality. Also available to see was the HTC TyTN II. Nokia showed its WiMAX-enabled N810, and the iPhone-like N96, with 16GB of internal storage. The A-GPS bearing N78 was also featured on the show floor.

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Caesar's Palace store in doubt?

02/22, 10:55am

Caesar's Palace store?

The construction of an Apple Store at the Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas may be in doubt, a new report suggests. The outlet would supposedly be opened in the casino's Forum Shops section, next to an aquarium and an Xpress clothing store; while an earlier photo clearly showed the text "Apple Coming Summer 2008" on a facade, a new image shows no such signs. Moreover, a visitor claims that behind the facade are the traces of another clothing store, whether a new, existing or previous one. No evidence of construction is said to be present.

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