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Debt-ridden Patench, Korea's third largest handset maker, after a long run of attempts to avoid the worst case scenario, has finally filed for court receivership that may see it liquidated, reports ZDNet Korea's Jeong Hyeon-jeong.
The free Microsoft-developed file manager app for Windows Phone 8.1 is available for download.
Microsoft is building a file manager app for Windows Phone 8.1 and is hoping to get it into the Windows Phone Store by May.
The first flagship BlackBerry 10 phone contains a "critical" bug that could allow hackers to crack open the device and pilfer files and data.
Microsoft has released SkyDrive apps for the Windows Phone Mango and the Apple iOS platforms that allows users to access, share or remove files stored in SkyDrive folders.The Windows Phone and iOS apps allow SkyDrive users to browse all files and folders regardless of file type.
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Microsoft has released both Windows Phone and iPhone apps to access SkyDrive files in the cloud.
Wikileaks has released dozens of new documents highlighting the state of the once covert, but now lucrative private sector global surveillance industry.
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AWS is allowing users to create, change and delete DNS files for any domain. AWS does this using a "hosted zone"," which acts as a phone book of sorts matching names to IP addresses.
As companies of all sizes adopt mobile technologies, small businesses also need ways to access their own business files from a mobile phone. They say it's critical to success of their business.
The battle to be the top network hard drive solution for home networks continues with Iomega's latest salvo. The new StorCenter ix2 NAS device adds a new wrinkle with its Bluetooth supportallowing you to transfer files from a cell phoneand implements more software from parent company EMC.
AT&T just launched their new eMusic Mobile download service that allows you to download MP3 files from eMusic directly to your compatible mobile phone. eMusic is an online seller of MP3 music from independent labels that has is DRM-free so you can purchase and then listen to your MP3 songs on any device. I am a bit confused why anyone would want to pay AT&T US$7.49 per month for 5 song downloads (works out to just about US$1.50 per song) when you can just sign up for an eMusic account and get songs for only US$0.27 to US$0.33 each, depending on the monthly plan you sign up for. The eMusic Basic plan gives you 30 song downloads for only US$9.99 per month. I guess the AT&T eMusic Mobile service is all about wireless convenience, but that sure is a high convenience fee IMHO.
Maker of BlackBerry devices files lawsuit charging copyright infringement for the naming of Samsung's new smart phone.
In this third caught-on-tape installment (#1 T-Mobile, #2 Ticketmaster) in of a series of IT Matters podcasts I'm calling The Support Files, I've got Bank of America on tape giving me blantantly false information about the customer service phone numbers on the back of its ATM cards.
Internet phone company files patent infringement lawsuit against rival Skype and its parent, eBay.
Motorola's Monica Rohleder shows CNET News.com the Q, a smart phone designed to handle video and music files and Internet connections.
Files suit against company it says obtained customers' confidential cell phone records through deceptive means.
Federal requirement forcing Internet phone companies to provide 911 service to all their customers by November draws legal challenge.
Fewer than 9% of respondents to an In-Stat early-adopter consumer survey were very or extremely interested in buying a cell phone capable of playing MP3 or other music files, and less than 11% were very or extremely interested in broadcast TV functionality.
VoiceXML (VXML) is a markup language like HTML. The difference is that a phone browser rather than a Web browser renders VXML. Synthesized speech or audio files create the interface between the application and the user, and the user can respond by either speaking to the phone browser or punching the touch-tone buttons on the phone.
Blogia's promise? Publish full blog entries with photos and files, on the fly, from your Symbian cell phone in minutes. BellStream CEO Samuli Koski-Lammi gives CNET's Rafe Needleman a demonstration of the new tool.