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Whether you have the new Microsoft Lumia 640 XL, the...

Nokia Forges China Joint Venture to Win Alca-Lu Approval

Nokia has signed a memorandum of understanding with a China government-backed investment company called Huaxin in order to encourage approval of its proposed acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent. The acquisition has already been approved by U.S. Show More Summary

FCC Gives KanOkla Permission to Sell Spectrum to AT&T

The FCC has approved AT&T's proposed acquisition of several spectrum licenses from KanOkla Telephone Association. The transfer includes one Lower 700 MHz C Block license and the partial assignment of a second Lower 700 MHz C Block license, for a total of 12 megahertz, covering parts of two local market areas in Kansas and Oklahoma. Show More Summary

Why I won't be sad to see One to One go away: It's a money-loser for retail stores

For people making a living selling and supporting Apple gear, Apple's One to One program is a liability, not an asset. A rumor surfaced this week that Apple's excising its One to One program at its retail store in favor of expanding the free group workshops program. Show More Summary

Sprint's offering a year of free service for DirecTV customers

DirecTV and AT&T are sitting in that proverbial tree, but that isn't going to stop any telecom competitors from throwing rocks their way. Case in point: Sprint is running a promo that gives DirecTV customers a year of free cell service by switching to the Now Network. Show More Summary

Moto G 3rd Gen. Reaches U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular recently made the third-generation Moto G smartphone available from its web site. The carrier is charging $0 for those who sign a contract, $129 for those who prefer prepaid service, or will finance it for $8.99 per month under an installment plan. Show More Summary

Vine Adds Music to Video Loops

Vine has updated its Android and iOS apps with a new feature allowing users to easily attach music to their videos. A function called Snap to Beat makes it easy to create what Vine refers to as perfect loops, or soundtracks that loop seamlessly with no breaks. Show More Summary

Dynamics of social platforms in mobile games

"Though there may be some differences in specification and use cases, they share common aspects to meet users' same needs. How can we use those features in game design and user experience design?"...

DeNA wants you to stream your Android phone to the world

Japanese mobile game company DeNA has launched an app called Mirrativ that lets you livestream anything and everything that's happening on your phone. Think of the app as a mix of Periscope and Twitch -- yes, there are plenty of ways to stream your face and your games to the world, but with Mirrativ you're not limited to just either-or. Show More Summary

ReBoard Is An iOS Keyboard With Third Party App Shortcuts

ReBoard is a just launched iOS keyboard app from an indie dev team in India that’s targeting productivity-focused folk, by adding the ability to reach out to other apps right from the keyboard. So instead of having to double tap out of whatever messaging app you’re using to go hunt for that YouTube link, for instance, you can do a look up right from the keyboard. Read More

LG G4 with brushed metal finish now available in India

Two new variants of the LG G4 have launched in India, sporting back covers with a brushed metal finish. Dubbed Titanium Black and Gold, the phones feature a similar back pattern as that of the ceramic models, and are also made out of plastic.

Xperia Z5 promo images surface ahead of launch, 23MP camera rumored

Sony has teased a smartphone with "greater focus" earlier this week, and it looks like the handset may turn out to be the Xperia Z5. A series of promotional photos of the phone were inadvertently published on Sony's social media channels, with the folks at Xperia Blog managing to get a hold of them before they were taken down.

Vine now supplies you with beats for your looping videos

Vine is allowing its user base to add music to their loops. Featured artists will supply the beats to add a new dimension to your submitted content. Once you've finished capturing a new video on your smartphone, which in itself is now...Show More Summary

Vine helps everyone add pro-level music to their videos

After pushing out updates that focus on making its visuals better, Vine (for iOS and Android) is getting a major upgrade that introduces a bunch of new music features. The one that sounds most useful for creators, especially if you need...Show More Summary

America’s Greatest Makers Gameshow: Is It A Disaster In the Making?

Intel's doing a gameshow which could be a good thing but history says it might be a really bad thing. Enterprise Intel gameshow brian krzanich makers IDF Microsoft

NYC cabs will test app-based system to challenge Uber

Around 7,000 NYC cabs are currently beta testing a new e-hail app called Arro, which the industry hopes can help it get back the customers it's lost to Uber. Arro isn't the first hailing app for cabs -- it actually works quite similarly to Uber -- but the startup believes it can do better than its predecessors. Show More Summary

PayAnywhere's mobile card reader brings Apple Pay to small businesses

Apple has partnered with PayAnywhere, a mobile credit card reader service that is currently used at over 300,000 locations in the United States. Apple Pay is already supported by the largest banks, retailers and credit unions in theShow More Summary

When Is it Rude to Use Your Phone? Americans Sound Off

Spoiler: You might not want to take out your phone and start tapping (or calling) in the middle of family dinner.

App suggestions in Google's mobile search results get a makeover

It looks like Google has debuted a new look for app suggestions in Google search results on mobile. Now, when searching for a specific category of app, you'll be presented with a colorful list of popular suggestions from Google Play at the top of your results.

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