I am still looking for an official announcement on this one but I got tired of waiting. Jeremy let us know about a new microsite RIM has put up with 47 videos (with PDF handouts) from the developer sessions at BlackBerry Jam Americas. Usually this sort of stuff costs money Read the Rest of the story [...]
I am not sure how I feel about this latest turn of events from the FAA in the US. The Federal Aviation Administration is creating a new cross government industry group to study if smartphones and other electronics will be safe to run during flights. This essentially could do Read the Rest of the story [...]
A federal appeals court has ruled today that the US government can tap into Americans’ communications without worrying over frivolous things like “being sued” by its people. In what most sane civilians will probably see as a depressing loss of protection, a three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Read the Rest of the story [...]
I was waiting a bit to see how this one panned out before mentioning the release of Desktop Manager v7.0 bundle 60. The last public release of 7.0 Bundle 44 was an unmitigated disaster with â€œpreparing sync previewâ€ issues abound when it came to synching PIM data. RIM fixed Read the Rest of the story [...]
Samsung is set to release the Galaxy S III â€” one of this yearâ€™s most anticipated Android handsets â€” at the end of this month, and if you plan on picking one up, you can begin learning everything there is to know about the device two weeks early.
The handsetâ€™s Read the Rest of the story [...]
It’s no secret that the rise of smartphones, tablets and social networking has fostered an entirely new market for app developers, but a freshly released study has now attempted to quantify this impact, in terms of real jobs. According to TechNet, a bipartisan network of tech execs, the so-called “App Economy” has created Read the Rest of the story [...]
Since 1993, the FCC has held the ability to restrict bidders’ participation in spectrum auctions based on their current spectrum holdings, needs and dominance in the marketplace. Given that wireless spectrum is a public resource, the current law tasks the FCC with the responsibility to ensure competition in the marketplace and Read the Rest of the story [...]
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