Japan's Softbank has announced plans to launch its TD-LTE compatible Advanced Extended Global Platform (AXGP) network this Friday.
RIM has added e-mail functionality and Android app support to its PlayBook tablet, 10 months after launch, but analysts believe it could be too little too late for the product.
The legal battle between Apple and Proview Technology (Shenzhen) over the rights to the iPad name in China has made it to Shanghai, one of Apple's largest markets in the nation.
US operator LightSquared plans to slash 45% of its workforce of 330 employees, in response to the US FCC's decision not to allow the operator to build a 4G network using satellite spectrum.
Ericsson plans to launch a suite of m-commerce solutions, including two new mobile wallet offerings, at next week's Mobile World Congress.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holdings has offered up to HK$19.6 billion ($2.53 billion) to buy out the 27% stake in subsidiary Alibaba.com Ltd that it does not yet own, in a possible attempt to bolster its position while negotiating to acquire Yahoo's stake in the group.
Social network Pinterest, which allows users to “pin” web images to their profiles, has responded to copyright concerns by allowing web hosts to add a line of HTML code that will prevent a picture from being uploaded to the site.
Taser International, the company behind the Taser weapon, has developed a cloud-based sunglasses-mounted camera system for law enforcement agencies to use on the beat. It is designed to keep a record of conduct such as police shootings that can be used to defend against brutality claims.
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