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Free WiFi hotspots outnumber paid WiFi hotspots in the US

03/09/2011, For the first time ever, the amount of free WiFi hotspots in the US outnumber the amount of paid WiFi locations. According to some statistics released by JiWire, an advertising company that specializes in marketing through WiFi networks, the growth of...

Spotify to arrive in the US very soon

02/23/2011, According to Reuters, Spotify have been reported to be only “a few weeks away” from closing a deal with Universal Music Group – the world’s largest music company. Once complete, the deal will allow the service to launch in the US, even...

Nintendo 3DS launching with 18 games in the US

02/22/2011, The long-awaited Nintendo 3DS portable gaming console will finally reach our shores next month, and according to reports online, there will be 18 games available at launch. Not a very impressive number, in fact we would say decent at best – but with hit...

Spotify hitting the States soon?

02/08/2011, According to a report on All Things D, Spotify will be making its way to our shores very soon. The music streaming service that’s been available in Europe for quite some time was been made available for a select group of users in the US for...

US military enforces disks ban

12/10/2010, The mighty US military has already issued a disk ban – that means not being able to use CDs, DVDs, USB flash drives and other kinds of removable media at the threat of a court martial. According to Maj. Gen. Richard Webber, commander of Air Force...

Spotify to roll out in US with no concrete date just yet

12/07/2010, For those of you who were wondering about whether Spotify will ever make it to the US, fret not – the CEO of the company (and co-founder), Daniel Ek, did mention that they plan to roll out the music streaming service Stateside but stopped short of...

Samsung Sells 3M Galaxy S Phones In The US

11/09/2010, It wasn’t too long ago that Samsung announced that it had sold 5 million Galaxy S phones globally, with 2 million of those coming from the US alone. Now Samsung USA’s Paul Golden has confirmed that the Korean company has sold more than 3...

Windows Phone 7 Finally Goes On Sale In The US

11/08/2010, The folks over in Europe have been enjoying it already and now Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 devices are finally available for purchase in the US. If you’ve been busy saying your pennies you’ll now be able to hit up the Microsoft Store to...

Asus Eee PC 1215T Now Available In The US

11/07/2010, Asus seems to keep churning out those Eee PCs and next up we’ve got wind that the 1215T is available, which is basically a 12.1-inch netbook that is powered by a single-core 1.7GHz AMD Athlon K125 processor. It won’t top the performance charts...

US mobile data traffic to top 1 exabyte before 2010 is over

11/07/2010, How times and things have changed – it wasn’t too many years ago when 3G connectivity on smartphones were introduced, and making video calls was pretty much the in-thing (before FaceTime came along, of course). Well, we have the latest...

Clearwire Launches WiMAX Roaming Day Pass In Japan

09/22/2010, Clearwire has announced a partnership with UQ Communications of Japan, launching 4G roaming services, allowing its customers the ability to sign-up for a Day Pass and use unlimited WiMAX data on their notebooks while travelling throughout covered markets...

Sony Offers Budget Walkman E350 In The US

08/11/2010, Sony has introduced a new entry-level Walkman media player in the US, the E350. The E350 will be available in capacities of 4GB and 8GB, and will be able to churn out your music for up to 50 hours, or 10 hours of video. Useful features include the Content...