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FCC Ruling on 800MHz Band a Boon for Sprint

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved a rule change for part of the 800MHz band Thursday, opening the door for Sprint Nextel to use the band for its 4G LTE network.

Google Shows Off Project Glass Photography

Google is pitching its Project Glass eyewear as the next step for mobile photography, and has shown off a bunch of new photos to prove it.

Windows Phone Marketplace Goes Mango Only

Microsoft is now enforcing a rule that only users of Windows Phone 7.5, codenamed Mango, can use the Marketplace in any meaningful way.

Samsung Optical Smart Hub Review: An Interesting Idea, Poorly Executed

This unusual external DVD burner acts a Wi-Fi hotspot and can stream DVD content via a mobile connection, but its implementation leaves a lot to be desired.

Cisco's Wireless Unit Shifts Emphasis to 'Mobility'

The change, not only for Cisco but its rivals, reflects the fact that mobile workers are no longer focused simply on replacing an Ethernet cable with a Wi-Fi signal and being able to carry their corporate laptop to the conference room.

Apple's iWallet Could Enhance Efforts to Make Payment Transactions More Seamless

Analysis: In the digital age, cash registers are obsolete and unnecessary, and Apple is on the money.

Verizon Unlimited Data Plans: FAQ

You can keep your $30 per month unlimited data plan when you switch to LTE, but it'll cost you in another way. Verizon explains its pricing plan.

Car Insurance Firm Uses Analytics to Set Premiums

Car insurance firm insurethebox is using a business analytics appliance to analyse drivers' habits and set insurance premiums based on how safe they drive using telematics.

Best Buy Stores Cut iPhone 4 Price to $50

Price cuts for Apple's iPhone have spread to Best Buy, where the retailer has slashed the iPhone 4's price to $50.

Debut of Cut-Rate Mobile Plan Marred by Alleged Malicious Attack

The launch of a cut-rate unlimited $39-a-month mobile plan offered by upstart Voyager Mobile was marred Tuesday by what the company claims is "a malicious network attack to its primary website."

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