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Verizon 4G LTE turned on for 35 new cities by end of November

Verizon 4G LTE turned on for 35 new cities by end of November

This week Verizon has announced a new wave of 4G LTE expansions and activations including one set on October 20th and another on November 17th, these together combining to one again solidify the USA's largest carrier as also the nation's "most reliable" 4G network. What we've got here is LTE activation in 22 new cities and network expansion in four cities on Oct. 20, then LTE activation in 13 cities and network expansion in five cities on Nov. 17, this making Verizon's LTE total at 178 cities active in their 4G network by December.

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Motorola buys IPTV specialist Dreampark for multi-screen video streaming

Motorola buys IPTV specialist Dreampark for multi-screen video streaming

Motorola Mobility has snapped up IPTV software specialist Dreampark, intending to wrap up the company's cross-platform TV portal system in Motorola Medios. Dreampark offers a scalable middleware for streaming video content over multiple pipelines, whether 3G mobile, 4G, cable or terrestrial, with scaling to suit various screen sizes. Motorola follows HTC in investing in media companies for streaming content access, potentially adding a new layer of differentiation in their tablet and smartphone ranges.

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The Daily Slash: February 1 2011

The Daily Slash: February 1 2011

Samsung Galaxy S2 gets early reveal - or is it just a Video Dummy? Android Honeycomb lead designer Matias Duarte assures us that that Android 3.0 is for much more than tablets. Google is offering speak2tweet to Egyptians to kep them online while their Middle East and North Africa executive goes missing in the heart of the country. Chris Davies jams out a column by the name of Honeycomb, Galaxy Tab & the 7-inch stumble. See why Google Latitude is about to Crush FourSquare! Help everyone out over on Android Community by telling them what you'd like to see at the Android 3.0 Honeycomb Event tomorrow, today! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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The Daily Slash: January 26 2011

The Daily Slash: January 26 2011

First get your spoons and cereal bowls out, because Google's released the SDK file for developers to take a look at Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Next get super pumped up at the thought of running Android apps on your brand new BlackBerry PlayBook. Get a weird feeling in your hearing at Plantronics Infamous Wall of Ears. Hammer away at your social brain with more unique details about the HTC Facebook phone. See as both Facebook and the infamous Farmville game get hacked via their fanpages. Some BlackBerry users are getting their handsets dipped in real gold while others are ready to toss them in the garbage as a Verizon BlackBerry outage leaves everyone stumped. Check out the latest in developers to cash in Android apps with Adknowledge and a 95% profit share. Have a close and personal look at a very odd device with our unboxing and hands-on of the Motorola Roadster. Finally, see a fantastic analysis of our modern slab reality in the article General Purpose vs Use-Case Specific Tablets by Ben Bajarin. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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Samsung 4G-Enabled Galaxy Tab, Smartphone & Mobile Hotspot Announced at CES 2011

Samsung 4G-Enabled Galaxy Tab, Smartphone & Mobile Hotspot Announced at CES 2011

While HTC may have been first to pull the trigger on the Verizon stage at the Consumer Electronics Show, showing off the often-rumored about HTC ThunderBolt and making it official, Samsung is ready to announce three new 4G-enabled devices. They aren't focusing on one market, though. They've just announced that they've got a smarphone, a tablet, and a mobile hotspot with the Samsung name coming to Verizon soon.

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Motorola MOTOBLUR to get wireless sync & media streaming with ZumoCast acquisition

Motorola MOTOBLUR to get wireless sync & media streaming with ZumoCast acquisition

Motorola has acquired Zecter, and plans to use its ZumoCast and ZumoDrive cloud-based media streaming and content sync technology to boost MOTOBLUR's digital entertainment credentials. Although the exact details of the new integration are yet to be announced, Motorola expects to add wireless syncing, desktop integration, video transcoding and thin-file retrieval technologies to both individual devices and its MOTOBLUR Android UI layer. Currently ZumoCast has only been available on iOS devices like the iPad, not on Android.

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