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  • LightSquared`s Proposed Fix for GPS Interference Requires New Testing

    LightSquared`s Proposed Fix for GPS Interference Requires New Testing ( Page 1 of 2 )The long awaited 750-page report of the GPS Interference Technical Working Group released June 30 confirmed what multiple government agencies and private industry interests have been saying since the group began its work, that LightSquared plan for a wireless broadband network would prevent GPS devices from working properly anywhere in the United States. But even before the official ...

    Posted at July 1, 2011 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • BlackBerry Maker Posts $235M Loss, Glimpses Light Ahead

    For BlackBerry maker RIM things are, ever so slightly, looking up. Revenue was up slightly, it added subscribers during the quarter, and BlackBerry 10 is on track. BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is far from a comeback, ...

    Posted at September 28, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog | 1,532 Comments
  • Verizon Tiered Data Pricing Is a Mistake: 10 Reasons Why

    Verizon Tiered Data Pricing Is a Mistake: 10 Reasons Why ( Page 1 of 2 )Verizon Wireless said that it will start offering a new data pricing structure that eliminates unlimited data and requires users to buy into one of its tiered data options. The company is selling 2GB of data for $30, 5GB for $50 and 10GB for $80. ATT shifted from unlimited data plans to tiered plans just over a year ago. By eliminating unlimited data ...

    Posted at July 7, 2011 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • T-Mobile, MetroPCS Merger Approved by Both Boards

    T-Mobile and MetroPCS will merge under the T-Mobile name, Deutsche Telekom said Oct. 3. MetroPCS will receive $1.5 billion cash and a 26 percent share of the company. Deutsche Telekom's supervisory board and MetroPCS' board of ...

    Posted at October 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog | 72 Comments
  • Google Chrome OS Hacked Using ScratchPad Extension in Black Hat Preview

    In a preview of a demonstration at the upcoming Black Hat security conference, a security researcher demonstrated how browser extensions can be used to compromise Chrome OS. The Chrome extension ScratchPad had a wide-range of permissions that made it vulnerable to a cross-site scripting attack, Matt Johansen, an application security specialist at WhiteHat Security said July 14 in a preview of a presentation he will be making at Black Hat.  Johansen did his work ...

    Posted at July 14, 2011 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment