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This enhances the current version of Galaxy S 4 with a design change to take advantage of unprecedented speeds by combining all three Sprint Spark allows tri-band devices, like Galaxy S 4, to support active hand-off mode between 800MHz, 1.9GHz and 2.5GHz and provide data session continuity as the devices move between spectrum bands.
Nero today announces the launch of BackItUp 2014, a groundbreaking approach to backing up content from your PCs, Android tablets and smartphones to both local disks and a new personal online drive.
There's a new tablet appearing soon from Google called the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition, the first tablet to enter this arena of "Nexus" devices.
ComScore, a popular analytics company, has just released their smartphone market share data today, showcasing data up until October 2013.
USA TODAY Travel Media Group is expanding its presence on mobile with the new Experience Las Vegas app and the relaunch of the AutoPilot app.
NQ Mobile , a leading global provider of mobile Internet services, has reached an agreement with Hasegawa Kousan Co., Ltd., a Japanese cleaning services and elderly care provider, to provide comprehensive NQSky Enterprise Mobile Management services for its mobile workforce.
In an effort to gauge availability, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster polls 60 Apple Stores within the U.S. to check inventory.
AgProfessional magazine is a monthly magazine that provides editorial and advertising for agronomic and business management solutions specifically to agricultural retailers/distributors, professional farm managers and crop consultants.
There is no iWatch, no iTV or anything else that analyst have been begging Apple to make hitting retail shelves on the near horizon.
GADGET MAKER Google has received a major accolade for its Chromecast device as developers reveal plans to use it to throw content from Android devices to television sets.
"Our company's mission is to help people have a good day every day," said Omer Perchik, founder and CEO of Any.do, a hugely popular task management app.
A brand-new subscription news site called The Information published a story this week saying Google would launch a product within the next seven months called Nexus TV.
There are little details about the device other than its 5-row QWERTY keypad and that it has LTE and NFC support, but more details are sure to leak soon.
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