As we already know, Sprint is going to roll out its next generation 4G LTE network in four U.S. cities somewhere around mid-2012, and it would only make sense that they already have some of the towers undergoing testing. The first of such alleged tests surfaced online today: While I can't promise you it's 100% [...]
Archive for January 6th, 2012
With the six month anniversary of the U.S. launch of Spotify looming just a week away, the ability to stream unlimited music will cease to exist for many users.
While Paypal continues to dominate the online payment landscape despite other alternatives, the company is planning to move their operation into physical retailers starting with a test program at a big-box hardware store.
While the last few Chrome release candidates have focused on adding new features, Google is shifting the focus back to speed with the upcoming release of Chrome 17.
The Nikon D4 will debut a whole new format of memory card, the XQD. Is it time to wave goodbye to CF cards?
Apple is rumored to be planning to latch on to Target by opening up 25 new mini-stores within certain locations.
If you did not know, there is an unofficial version of Cyanogen Mod 9 that was released in December. Now a new version of CM9 has been compiled with some bug fixes. Still the ROM is in an Alpha state, so not everything works. Here is what doesn’t work according to the XDA post. No [...]