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Sprint confirms unlimited data for the next iPhone, even if it has LTE 4G

We still don't know when Apple is releasing a new iPhone, or if it'll be 4G LTE-capable, but we can rest assured of one thing: Sprint will still be offering an unlimited data plan for the device.


Motorola moves to block sale of Xbox 360 in U.S.

ITC ruling finds Microsoft's Xbox 360 infringes on four patents held by Motorola, meaning the console may not make it to U.S. store shelves in the future.


Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight Review

The Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight is the first e-reader to integrate built-in illumination, so you can read long into the night without a lamp or book light.

  • Pros: Readable in the dark (with GlowLight) , One-month battery…
  • Cons: GlowLight adds $40 to price , No speakers , Navigation…

Apple CEO says Windows 8 is like merging a “toaster and a refrigerator”

Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out against Android keyboard tablets and Windows 8, calling attempts to merge tablets and PCs like combining a toaster and a refrigerator. His full comments below.


Samsung is giving out Ice Cream Sandwiches! See if your device is on the list

Samsung has released a list of 12 Android phones that will soon get upgraded to Android 4.0. Will your handset get ICS? Find out below.

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Facebook, you sly dog: Update for Android auto installs new apps to confuse users

Facebook has made another bold move that is likely to annoy a lot of its Android users. When you install Facebook for Android, it now installs Camera and Messenger apps that are somewhat mislabeled and disguised as default apps.

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Galaxy Nexus is yours for $399 direct from Google, could be a trial run for the rumored Nexus tablet

Google has begun selling the Galaxy Nexus smartphone through a web store inside Google Play. Could a Nexus tablet be joining it soon, and will it be second time lucky for the store?

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Time to throw out the PC? Tablets will soon be the computing device of choice, says report

A report out this week predicts that by 2016 there will be 760 million tablet computers in use around the world, with devices such as Apple's iPad being the computing device of choice for millions. Despite the rosy outlook for tablet manufacturers, the report…


International Trade Commission determines Apple is violating Motorola patent

The US International Trade Commission has found that Apple is infringing on a 3G wireless patent owned by Motorola Mobility, and "induces others" to similarly infringe the patent without knowing that they're doing so.


All hail the new spam king: India

Changes in the spam landscape mean spam is down and India now seems to be the country sending the most. But guess what? Spam is actually getting more dangerous.


Why should we trust Google Drive, or any cloud storage service?

Today, Google Drive launched, offering cheap cloud storage to everyone, but thanks to the efforts of the entertainment industry and bills like CISPA, it may not be safe to use any cloud storage services right now.


Netflix adds 1.7 million customers despite losing Starz movies

Netflix has posted solid growth of more than 1.7 million new subscribers in the first three months of the year despite losing a major contract with Starz. But a slow outlook for the next three months has some worried.


Want a Galaxy Nexus? Android’s flagship phone is now $100 cheaper on Verizon

In response to the Sprint launch, Verizon has dropped the price of the Galaxy Nexus from $300 to $200.

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Video filter app Viddy can’t be stopped, reveals new funding and big name partners

Social video app Viddy completes its Series A funding with some impressive new names and partners.