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Toshiba Tablet/TV
Toshiba has a huge 13.3 inch tablet with a build in tv tuner, reports Lilliputing. The tablet is expected to be launched later this year although pricing and availability are yet to be announced. It may use the Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. Other hardware specifications include a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, a SIM card slot as well as an SD memory card slot, and HDMI port.
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Ice Cream Sandwich Coming to Many Verizon Wireless



Verizon Wireless will deliver a tasty treat to many smartphone and tablet customers this year - Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS).

It’s a frozen snack that many in the Android community have been eager to try since ICS launched in December 2011 on the Galaxy™ Nexus™ by Samsung. The redesigned user interface includes many cool enhancements, including upgraded multitasking capabilities, notifications and Web browsing.

Wondering if your device will receive Ice Cream Sandwich? Here’s a list of Veriz

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Google to Buy Motorola Mobility for 12.5 Billion

SAN FRANCISCO -- Google's $12.5 billion acquisition of cellphone maker Motorola Mobility has won approvals from U.S. and European antitrust regulators, moving Google a major step closer to completing the biggest deal in its 13-year history mean Google Inc. just needs to clear a few more regulatory hurdles before it can take control of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. and expand into manufacturing phones, tablet computers and possibly other consumer devices for the first time.

Google is counting on Motorola Mobility's more than 17,000 patents – a crucial weapon in an intellectual arms race with Apple, Microsoft and other rivals to gain more control over smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.

The Justice Department ended a six-month review of the deal after concluding it won't stifle competition in the mobile device market. European regulators reached the same conclusion.

In granting its approval, though, the European Union raised<

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Budgeting for wireless data on Verizon's new plans
How to budget for wireless data as Verizon joins AT&T, T-Mobile in limiting monthly usage. Peter Svensson, AP Technology Writer, On Tuesday July 5, 2011, 9:02 pm EDT NEW YORK (AP) -- Are you a wireless data glutton or a nibbler? New Verizon Wireless customers will have to figure that out starting Thursday as the country's largest wireless carrier plans to roll out data plans with monthly usage caps. Verizon said Tuesday that under the plans, new smartphone users will pay between $30 and $80 each month for plans that include 2 to 10 gigabytes of data usage. Customers who use more than their allotment will be charged $10 more for each additional gigabyte. The company currently charges $30 a month for an unlimited smartphone data plan.
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Falcone Wireless Venture Said to Consider AT&T Cap

June 1 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire Philip Falcone’s LightSquared Inc. mobile-phone venture is considering a deal with AT&T Inc. to buy network capacity from the carrier, two people with knowledge of the talks said.

The initiative is preliminary and may not result in a deal, said the people, who declined to be identified because the plan isn’t public.

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Court Tells Sprint Nextel To Give Up Some Airwaves

A U.S. court rejected Sprint Nextel Corp.'s challenge of a Federal Communications Commission decision that it must give up some wireless airwaves by June 26 to reduce interference with public-safety networks.

Sprint must stop using the frequencies as part of a spectrum swap with about 900 public-safety agencies, regardless of whether all the agencies are ready to give Sprint their airwaves by then, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington said today.

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Which Cell Plan is Best?
Excellent question, and if you can figure out the answer, there’s a job waiting for you at the Pentagon deciphering code.
Every carrier has like 10 different plans and trying to figure out which one suits the needs of you and your family can be a cellular nightmare. Get stuck with the wrong plan and you’ll pay through the nose for months and months and months.
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Cell Phone Way of Life

In today’s advanced technology world, most people are using cell phones regularly. Earlier the cell phones were restricted to the affluent class or to businessmen. But now with further improvements many companies have come up with cell phones that have affordable monthly plans.

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What Wireless Plan is Right for Me?
It isn’t easy as a consumer to know when or if a product is really made to fit your needs. It seems as time goes on the true value and benefit of a product is lost in river of gimmicks, bright lights and monochromatic clichés. With such deception as the norm it is no wonder there is so much confusion about which wireless company is truly the best. So which one is right for you? It may shock you to know that that answer rests on you.
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