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AT&T Drops T-Mobile Bid

12/19/2011, Recently, things were not going well for AT&T’s bid to acquire T-Mobile, but today things came to a hard stop as AT&T has withdrawn its offering in the face of hard objections from the government. AT&T says that it basically disagrees...

Qualcomm supports dual GPS+GLONASS positioning

12/15/2011, Qualcomm has just announced the support of GLONASS, a global positioning system developed and operated by the Russian government. GLONASS is a network of 24 satellites that basically perform the same job than the American GPS system. However, Qualcomm can...

Galaxy Nexus Available Tomorrow at Verizon

12/14/2011, Verizon, Samsung and Google have announced that the Verizon Galaxy Nexus LTE will be available at Verizon tomorrow for $299 with a new contract. Of course, the main strengths of that phone is that it will offer Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, and...

Pogoplug Series 4 launched!

12/14/2011, After licensing its software to third-party vendors and launching its own cloud service, Pogoplug is back at building hardware and here comes the Pogoplug Series 4. This latest Pogoplug box keeps the simple concept that made Pogoplug so popular:...

Rara.com enters the online music fight

12/13/2011, Rara.com has just launched in 18 countries, including the US, Canada, the UK and many European countries. Rara comes with two main differentiation factors: its design and its price. The world is in an economic pinch, so let’s start with the pricing...

YouSendit: New Apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows and Mac

12/13/2011, I have been using YouSendit for a while now, for sending very large files (up to 2 GB!) over the internet when my email client could not handle it. The key feature is the ability to send files very quickly without login in – there is a 50 MB limit...

Install Google Currents on the Kindle Fire

12/09/2011, Yesterday, Google has launched Google Currents (iOS/Android download here), a new publishing platform that lets users read web news like they would with an electronic magazine. Unfortunately, Amazon Kindle Fire owners have quickly realized that Currents...

Read Ubergizmo in Google Currents

12/08/2011, Google has just launched Currents, a new publication platform that lets you follow your favorite sites on Android or iOS smartphones and tablets. Ubergizmo was among the launch partners, and we’re glad to tell you that you can now follow...

Samsung Exynos 5250 with dual-Cortex A15 2GHz Announced

11/30/2011, Samsung has announced its Exynos 5250, a system on a chip (what is an SoC?) whose dual-central processors (CPUs) are based on ARM’s A15 design. This particular chip will run at 2GHz, and this is interesting because at equal frequency it should be up...

Asus Transformer Prime + Ice Cream Sandwich [Video]

11/22/2011, NVIDIA has just released this video of the Asus Transformer Prime running with Ice Cream Sandwich, aka ICS, aka Android 4.0. The video shows ICS on the Tegra 3 powered tablet, with all the new Android 4.0 transitions running very smoothly. The folder...

ChatTime offers free calls to 53 countries

11/22/2011, ChatTime, a voice communication app for iPhone, is offering free calls between registered ChatTime users in 53 countries. If you’ve never heard of ChatTime before, it’s not a voice over IP (VOIP) application like Skype or Tango. Instead, it...

SwiftKey X and SwiftKey Tablet X Version 2.2

11/18/2011, SwiftKey X, developed by TouchType,  is a predictive typing app for smartphones launched a year ago on the Android Market, and the version for Android tablets, Swiftkey Tablet X, launched this summer. Swiftkey is powered by Fluency 2.0, an AI engine that...