|Filed Under:||Technology / Mobile|
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|Archived Since:||February 2, 2010|
This "patent troll" is trying to protect the little guys.
LG is taking pre-orders for its curved OLED TV in South Korea now.
Discovery and TLC's second screen experiences get a huge iPad only overhaul.
Facebook releases Blackberry OS 5 app update, brining new features to outdated models.
Customer confusion and a slow 1st-party release has slowed Wii U sales. Plus, Nintendo won't have an E3 press conference.
Here's a good way to keep tabs on the house when away on vacation.
Netflix will launch a new family plan that allows four simultaneous streams.
Is this another sign of a Kindle smartphone? Maybe, maybe not.
Android users in the U.S. are finally getting VoIP calling.
Of course it will.
A Google Glass app has spilled the gaming beans.
Twelve Senators have asked the IRS to go public about its email snooping.
Anonymous supporters dig deep to fund new website.
LinkedIn is acquiring Pulse for $90 million in cash and stock.
No more getting a new phone at 20 months.
You'll have to check your glasses at the door.
EA has landed the title of "Worst Company in America" for the second year in a row.
There might not be a RMAH, but Diablo III for consoles will feature a trading system.
NBC Universal is getting nasty with alleged pirates not under the Copyright Alert System.
Zynga's website will no longer require Facebook logins.