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This gadget whisperer has the tables turned as the Transformer T100 hybrid is close to drawing me into its lair.
Users of the Pebble smartwatch can gain more control over what information is automatically pushed to the watch by updating to the latest version of the Pebble's firmware.
A ban on the One Mini has been stayed, allowing HTC to resume shipping several of its devices in the UK.
The South African telecoms regulator dismisses objections to local loop unbundling and says it will push through rules required to govern open access fixed line and wireless networks.
Not everyone is ready to open the champagne yet as we wait to see if these new policies will become new practices. If all goes well, users will eventually find it easier to unlock their phones.
The retailer also has the 32GB version on sale for $229.99.
A review board will be a key part of how devices and manufacturers get Firefox OS branding.
The newest iPad hasn't been out long but keyboard accessories are already appearing regularly. This keyboard cover from ZAGG is the best so far.
Next-gen network pilot sees sustained speeds of 280Mbps.
EC wonks are set to get 4G connections next year after a change in the law.
The new Commonwealth Bank of Australia app provides native NFC support for the first time, but only in two specific variants of an Android handset.
The new rules will follow the principles of encouraging innovation, a unified market, inclusion of all market players, and while not restricting market forces.
Leveraging Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) technology, which works similar to SMS but is typically free, Twitter broadens its reach to users without mobile Internet access.
The company's first notebook running Google's Chrome OS will debut next month and be priced under $300.