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Sony Acquires Full Ownership of Sony Ericsson Business

Sony Corporation (Sony) and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Ericsson) announced that Sony will acquire Ericsson’s 50 percent stake in Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB (Sony Ericsson), making the mobile handset business a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony.... Read More

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Photoplus Offers Options for Mobile Photographers

At the Jacob Javits Center in New York City last week, the annual PhotoPlus convention was held. The event showcases all things photography, and this year, mobile photography was a small but growing part of that.... Read More

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UK Parents and Teachers Band Together To Educate Kids on Coding, Computers

First reported on Forbes.com, adults are starting to recognize the potential power in teaching kids about technology early. Called Coding for Kids, the new initiative seeks to help educate children about software development, giving them a leg up on their future.... Read More

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iPhone 4S Launch Was a Success All Around

Within weeks of it first being announced, the iPhone 4S has begun shipping, and no one can call it anything except another success for Apple. The company had pre-orders of more than a million after a single day, surpassing the previous record held by the iPhone 4 of 600,000 in the first day of pre-orders. ... Read More

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Netflix Stock Drops 37% Amidst Recent Price Hikes & Poor Marketing Decisions

Although this topic is not the hard-core mobile genre, it does have a ripple effect, and hopefully positively for consumers in the long term. Needless to say, Netflix stock plumed 37 percent once news surfaced about more than 800,000 subscribers left the service due to July's 60 percent price hike. To make things worse, Netflix decided to split the DVD mail-rental business and ironically name it "... Read More

Netflix Stock Drops 37 Percent Amidst Recent Price Hikes and Poor Marketing Decisions

Iris is Android’s Answer to iOS Siri

Iris is an attempt to use existing Android voice actions technology to clone Apple's Siri feature, whereas you can talk to the phone and it not only talks back but performs your instructions. Although not official from Google, developer Dexetra claims to have pulled it off in only 8 hours too (can you smell a Google "acquisition"?)... Read More

Iris is Androids Answer to iOS Siri

Galaxy Nexus Android 4.0 Smartphone

Galaxy Nexus is the first Android powered smartphone running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). This super phone truly is amazing from every aspect which we'll outline its speed, screen, design, and operating system. The Galaxy Nexus will be available in November starting in the U.S., Europe, Asia, China and Japan.... Read More

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Lookout Comes to iOS

Popular Android mobile security app Lookout has finally come to iOS starting today. The app is now available for free in the iTunes store.... Read More

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