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It’s a given that less is more in terms of data plans these days — in a manner of speaking, that is. AT&T and Verizon are both slapping customers with data limits based on increasingly higher prices (with the latter even dead set on dropping the last vestiges of unlimited [...]Read More »
Samsung Galaxy Stellar comes to Verizon on Thursday, supports 256-bit encryption and a “Starter mode” for newbies
Looks like Verizon Wireless is getting ready for another new Samsung Android smartphone. Rather, it will if Apple doesn’t consider yet another post-verdict legal strategy to get in the way, of course.
The Samsung Galaxy Stellar will be arriving this coming Thursday for Verizon Wireless customers, packing a combination of [...]Read More »
Microsoft has announced via its Kinect for Windows Roadmap that support for the Windows-targeted variant of the extremely popular camera/sensor device will receive official support for use on Windows 8.
ZDNet reports that the Kinect for Windows runtime upgrade scheduled for October 8 will bring Windows 8 support, and the [...]Read More »
It remains to be seen whether this will hold or not (iPhone 5 or potential sales ban on Galaxy S III may change everything) but, for now, the Samsung Galaxy S III has officially drop-kicked the iPhone 4S out of the hot seat in terms of devices sold in the [...]Read More »