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ZTE wants in on China, US markets

01/17/2012, Remember our earlier story on how ZTE has overtaken Apple globally in terms of handset shipments? Well, ZTE currently stands fourth in terms of world rankings where handset manufacturers are concerned, but the bulk of their orders come in the form of...

Apple appeals denied injunction against Samsung in the US

12/09/2011, It seems like Apple won’t give Samsung a break, although we’re guessing that Samsung’s victory against Apple in Australia did not do anything to help with their mood either. A while back Apple tried to get an injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy...

LG premium paid app service extends to the US

10/19/2011, Good news for those living in the US and who own LG phones! The South Korean based company has announced that they will be bringing their premium paid app service for users in the US, which seems to follow in the footsteps of the successful launch of a...

Reports of RIM outages extend into Canada and US

10/12/2011, A couple of days ago, we reported that Blackberry users in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions were experiencing some downtime with RIM’s services. The service was then restored but then it looks like it went down again, this time extending...

Spotify now open to everyone in the US

09/23/2011, Spotify made its debut in the US on July 14th but it was an invite-only service. But after Facebook’s announcement to integrate more services and apps into its service, it looks like Spotify is ready to open up to the rest of the country. Folks who...

Google lets US soldiers call home for free

08/30/2011, Good news for those of you serving in the US military – Google has just announced that all US service members will be able to make free calls home no matter where you are in the world. As long as you have a valid United States Military email...

US provides Iraq with phone and text messaging monitoring devices

08/22/2011, Iraq is definitely no peace zone as there are plenty of factions out there within the country who oppose the current political situation. While some factions opt for more peaceful talks, there are others who seem to think that violence solves everything,...

SMSS autonomous vehicle set to drop on Afghanistan

08/08/2011, Lockheed Martin, a defense contractor with the US Army, was the winner in the Project Workhorse Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) competition, and hence they will add more credence to their victory by sending a quartet of Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support...

Remote controlled toy truck saves the lives of 6 soldiers

08/07/2011, Who would’ve thought that the military would start using remote controlled toys to make their lives safer? Last week a staff sergeant named Christopher Fessenden who was on duty in Afghanistan, was sent a remote controlled toy vehicle that had a...

US Navy thinking about using Google+

08/02/2011, The Navy is no stranger when it comes to using consumer technology for its recruitment purposes. Remember the submarine strategy game came it came up with to crowdsource tactics and strategies that people use? How about the Royal Navy Engineer Officer...

HTC guilty of patent infringement according to the ITC

07/15/2011, Uh oh, it looks like HTC might be in trouble this time around. After managing to evade Apple’s lawsuits earlier this year, the Taiwanese OEM was thrown another complaint from the fruity company earlier this week. And according to the US...

Spotify has landed in the US

07/14/2011, Like we mentioned earlier today, July 14th marks a momentous occasion as Spotify has officially arrived on this side of the world. In an official press release issued today that is aptly titled “Hello America. Spotify here.” the popular music...

Spotify launches in the US later today

07/14/2011, After months of negotiations and plenty of rumors – Spotify is finally ready to make its debut in the United States of America. The company has announced yesterday that the service will launch its popular music streaming service on this side of the...