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Developers: Microsoft Wants to Put Your App in a TV Ad

January 15, 2013 11:38 am | by Mashable | Comments

Microsoft unveiled a neat contest for developers, giving them a chance to have their app featured in a Windows Phone television ad. The contest, which officially started Monday, is called Windows Phone Next App Star, and is open to Windows Phone developers worldwide.

Nation's First Bookless Public Library Could Be in Texas

January 15, 2013 11:20 am | by Mashable | Comments

Bexar County, Texas, has unveiled plans for what could become the nation's first bookless public library. The initiative is being pushed forward by County Judge Nelson W. Wolff, who told The San Antonio Express News that he was inspired to develop a bookless library after reading Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

What If Microsoft Threw Its Weight Behind Mozilla's Firefox OS?

January 15, 2013 10:16 am | by Forbes | Comments

Open source veteran Matt Asay, currently at 10Gen (the company behind the popular MongoDB database) just posted a provocative take on the mobile landscape on ReadWrite,  Firefox OS: The Future of Microsoft’s Mobile Ambition?

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How Google Is Forever Changing The Webinar

January 15, 2013 10:13 am | by Forbes | Comments

Ever been on TV?  Get ready.  You will be.  And you better be good. Last week I was hired by software company Sage to do a webinar about the economy.  Except it wasn’t a typical webinar.

Beyond BYOD: The Shift to People-Centric IT

January 15, 2013 9:54 am | by Forbes | Comments

BYOD (“Bring Your Own Device”) is probably the most visible net result of the consumerization of IT trend we are now seeing in Information Technology.  But there have been some other significant technology shifts emerging from this consumerization trend that have not been making the same big headlines as BYOD has.

1 in 3 Smartphone Owners Use Device While Driving

January 15, 2013 9:23 am | by CNET | Comments

Do you still use your smartphone behind the wheel? At least a third of people polled do. Among two thousand drivers surveyed by McKinsey & Company, 35 percent revealed that they do use their smartphones while driving. And it's likely more people do but just didn't admit it.

iPhone 5 Demand Got You Worried? Relax, Analysts Say

January 15, 2013 8:55 am | by CNET | Comments

All of that talk that Apple has reduced iPhone 5 component orders due to slumping demand for the smartphone might be wrong. Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu today wrote in a research note to investors that Apple's reported cuts to component orders have nothing to do with weak demand.

Uber Taxi Service Goes to Washington, D.C.

January 14, 2013 3:14 pm | by CNET | Comments

Uber started offering its taxi service in Washington, D.C., today, according to the controversial on-call car service's blog. Uber said the number of taxis are limited for now. "Many taxis don't fit Uber standards, so we are curating our supply pretty carefully," the blog reads.

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Samsung Urges U.S. Court to Keep Allowing Galaxy Phone Sales

January 14, 2013 2:23 pm | by Reuters | Comments

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has urged a U.S. appeals court to stand by its denial of Apple Inc's request to ban sales of the Galaxy Nexus smartphone while Apple challenges its patent, according to a document filed late last week. In October, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit blocked Apple's bid for a pretrial sales ban.

The 10 Coolest iPhone and iPad Cases From CES

January 14, 2013 12:23 pm | by Samantha Murphy | Comments

The case you pick for your iPhone or iPad says as much about your personality as the clothes you wear. Instead of standard rubber cases and hum-drum colors, there's a whole vibrant world of fun and creative ways to dress up your mobile device.

Samsung Has Sold More Than 100 Million Galaxy S Devices

January 14, 2013 4:21 am | by Stan Schroeder | Comments

Samsung has sold more than 100 million Galaxy S devices, the company has announced. Samsung reached this milestone in 2 years and 7 months after the launch of the original Samsung Galaxy S back in May 2010.

Find Your Child, Pet or Suitcase With 'I'm Here' GPS Tracker

January 12, 2013 11:31 pm | by Emily Price | Comments

The CES show floor was home to several GPS trackers this year. One of the most interesting was I’m Here, a tracker developed by the same company that created an Android smart watch called I’m Watch. Unveiled during the company’s CES press conference, I’m Here is a pint-sized tracker designed to help you keep up with everything from your suitcase to your kindergartener.

Turns Out Apple Might Still Be Considering a Cheap iPhone

January 12, 2013 11:37 am | by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai | Comments

There's been some confusion around the rumors indicating that Apple is considering a cheaper version of the iPhone. As of today, no one really knows what's going on. So much so that even Reuters misfired, pulling a story based on comments made by Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller to a Chinese daily that appeared to debunk the rumors.

E-Ink on a Smartphone? This Android Phone Has 2 Displays

January 11, 2013 7:32 pm | by Emily Price | Comments

What if your phone had two displays? Announced in mid-December, YotaPhone aims to change how people use their smartphones by bringing together a full-color LCD display on one side of the phone and an e-ink display on the other. I caught up with Yota Device’s Vladislav Martynov at CES to give the phone a closer look.

Apple Gets Robbed Again In Las Vegas

January 11, 2013 5:03 pm | by Richard Saintvilus, Contributor, Forbes | Comments

I’m not a person that gets annoyed very easily. But remarkably, time and time again Samsung has figured out a way get under my skin. I get it – the company wants to be “East Apple.” It’s a good goal to have. Heck, everybody wants to be Apple.

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