Wireless Industry News

By: Cellcom Corporate  09-12-2011
Keywords: Blackberry Curve

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on December 2, 2011

RIM’s upcoming BBX-powered device, possibly named the Colt, London and hopefully not the “Surfboard”, is expected to be released early 2012. These new devices will be part of their 2012 lineup and according to VP of Industrial Design, Todd Wood, are “charming, whimsical and fun”.

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on December 2, 2011

The upcoming 700Mhz spectrum is closely watched by all interested parties – many carriers have been lobbying for months to Industry Canada about how the structure should be positioned. Some, namely Rogers, Bell and TELUS want it completely “fair and open”..

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on December 1, 2011

RIM has been dominant in the business world for years, however, recently more companies have been making the switch over to competing manufacturer platforms such as Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. Today RIM announced “BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

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on November 21, 2011

We seem to always post about innovative patents granted to Apple, so it’s nice to report that Google is protecting some of the features that make Android unique. One such feature has been there for a few versions now, namely the pattern-based unlock screen

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on November 18, 2011

With great power comes great responsibility, and Google now has the go-ahead to purchase Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. This approval was given by the company’s shareholders, 99 percent of whom voted in favour of the deal.

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on November 16, 2011

Two new BlackBerry smartphones have been officially announced today – the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and BlackBerry Curve 9380. These BlackBerry 7 OS devices were both heavily leaked online over the past few weeks and will be “available from various carriers around the world over the coming weeks”.

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on November 16, 2011

The day ROM makers, modders and Android aficionados alike have been waiting for is finally here. No, not the release of the Kindle Fire — the Android 4.0 source code has been released into the wild. This is the less publicized form of Android..

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on November 14, 2011

The face unlock feature in the upcoming Android 4.0 software evokes one of those, “We’re living in the future!” reactions. But a couple guys have proven that even the most high-tech face recognition software can be beaten by a static picture

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on November 14, 2011

When the iPhone 4 debuted, it was (and still is, though less so) a very thin phone. At around 9.3mm thick and no removable battery the SIM card had to go somewhere, and Apple preempted the issue by creating the first widely-released phone with the new microSIM standard

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on November 14, 2011

iOS 5.0.1 has started to roll out to iPhone and iPad users – this OS update will apparently improve the poor battery life that users have been experiencing. The update is compatible with the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and iPad 2 (Plus the 3rd & 4th gen iPod Touch).

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Blackberry Curve

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