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October 30, 2012
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  • Google announces 10-inch tablet, Nexus 4 smartphone
    Google said its Nexus 10 tablet and Nexus 4 smartphone will put its latest Android software on display as part of the company's online sales strategy. The 10-inch tablet, from Samsung Electronics for $399, will have 16 gigabytes of storage and go on sale Nov. 13. Google also said that its 7-inch Nexus will add a cellular connection. The $299 Nexus 4 -- $199 at T-Mobile USA -- has a 4.7-inch screen and a wireless charging pad. Also, Google Play now offers more than 700,000 Android applications, Google said. The New York Times (tiered subscription model)/Bits blog (10/29), Bloomberg (10/29), The Wall Street Journal (10/29) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • T-Mobile opens holiday goodie bag
    T-Mobile USA may have lost the splashy press coverage for its Holiday Showcase it had scheduled in New York on Monday, but the carrier still introduced its smartphone and tablet lineup of Android and Windows 8 devices. Top-of-the-line phones include the HTC Windows Phone 8x and the LG Nexus 4, while mid-range items include LG Optimus L9 and Nokia Lumia 810. T-Mobile will also roll out Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet and the Galaxy Note 2 hybrid phone and tablet. CNET (10/29), Engadget (10/29) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Nokia unwraps Lumia for the holidays; Verizon to sell mid-range model
    Nokia said it will ship its new line of Windows Phone 8-based Lumia smartphones for the holiday season, while Verizon announced that it will be the exclusive U.S. seller of the mid-range Lumia 822, a 4G compatible phone with a 4.3-inch display that will cost $99. The Lumia 920 will highlight Nokia's shopping list with a European drop this week followed by other markets, including the U.S. CNET (10/29), The Wall Street Journal (10/29) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • AT&T backs PMA
    AT&T joined Starbucks and Google in backing the Power Matters Alliance, a group working to create a common technology for charging wireless devices. The carrier plans to sell products based on the PMA standard in some markets. Starbucks will add charging outlets at some of its Boston-area locations. Channel Partners (10/29), Engadget (10/29) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Microsoft bets on mobile
    Microsoft formally introduced its Windows Phone 8 software at a San Francisco event Monday. "There's one more thing that sets Windows Phones apart. That is new, killer hardware," CEO Steve Ballmer said at the news conference. In an interview, Ballmer expounded on how the operating system fits into Microsoft's corporate strategy. The platform will launch with more than 100,000 applications, including 46 of the 50 most popular programs. The Wall Street Journal (10/29), Network World/IDG News Service (10/29), The Wall Street Journal (10/29), Computerworld (10/29), The Verge (10/29) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • It's no trick -- There is a spectrum crisis
    Since consumers are using their wireless devices more now and projects show a continued increase in usage, there's no question the wireless industry needs more spectrum, says CTIA's Vice President of Cybersecurity and Technology John Marinho. In a blog post last week, Marinho says that while Wi-Fi, femtocell and other spectrum-splitting technology and other new technologies are a part of the solution to meeting consumer demand, but nothing will solve the spectrum crisis like more spectrum. As an engineer, Bell Labs alumnus and patent holder, Marinho notes Claude Shannon, the father of information theory, who proved there are practical limits to how much bandwidth capacity is available from a limited amount of spectrum. Learn more about the spectrum crisis by visiting the CTIA Blog. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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