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CTIA 2012 Keynote Day 2 with Spotify, Firefox, VISA, and EA: We’re here!

CTIA 2012 Keynote Day 2 with Spotify, Firefox, VISA, and EA: We’re here!

This morning we're live at the second full day of CTIA 2012 in New Orleans at the Day 2 keynote with no less than CEOs and Presidents of Spotify, Mozilla Firefox, Visa, and Electronic Arts. We'll be hearing from Daniel Ek, CEO and co-founder of Spotify and Gary Kovacs, CEO of the Mozilla Corporation. We'll also be hearing from John Partidge, President of VISA Incorporated as well as John Riccitiello, CEO of Electronic Arts (aka EA). Stick with us for the next hour (and the rest of the day, of course) for all the hot CTIA 2012 action!

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FCC CEO spectrum keynote comes from an iPad

FCC CEO spectrum keynote comes from an iPad

This week FCC CEO Julius Genachowski spoke on the expansion of spectrum across the board to carriers and how "we need to see improvements in efficiency in networks and devices" across the board. This speech had many of the same talking points coming up that the FCC had spoken on several times before, with items like "We'll of course continue to monitor competition in the wireless industry and take action where necessary" being talking points. What's perhaps more interesting to Apple fans than any of this, strangely enough, is the fact that this entire speech was done from an iPad.

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CTIA FCC CEO Julius Genachowski keynote: We’re here!

CTIA FCC CEO Julius Genachowski keynote: We’re here!

This morning we're sitting in on the first big CTIA keynote speech as headed by FCC CEO Julius Genachowski, here to play how to talk about how, as he says, "Wireless is THE Game Changer." This keynote speech series will also include MasterCard Wordwide president Gary Flood as well as Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy - plus Cellcom 2012 CTIA chairman Patrick Riordan. We're likely to hear several bits on how the FCC will continue to work with the wireless industry through the future to bring you the information you need while the wireless industry improves our lives in so many more ways than one. Stick with us all day long, but especially here in the first couple hours as we see how these titans in the industry will affect the near future.

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Apple releases entire video of new iPad keynote

Apple releases entire video of new iPad keynote

Apple has posted on its website the entire keynote video from this morning's new iPad unveiling event. The company is known for not live streaming its announcements, allowing only certain media in on the news first. SlashGear was there this morning and in case you missed our live coverage, you can still catch up on all the announcements here. Or, if you have time to watch the 85-minute video, you can get the details straight from Apple here.

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Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s full MWC 2012 keynote video

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s full MWC 2012 keynote video

During Mobile World Congress 2012, Google chairman Eric Schmidt gave an exceptional keynote that touched upon Android, Chrome, the state of the mobile world today as well as how the developing world will be affected by connected technologies in the future. And, he threw in some odd bits about personal robots. Well, now you can watch the entire keynote presentation for yourself as Google has posted the hour-long video on YouTube.

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Google Keynote MWC 2012 Round-Up

Google Keynote MWC 2012 Round-Up

This year's Mobile World Congress has turned out to have more than a couple surprises, and the highly quotable Eric Schmidt is no exception to the rule this week in the Google keynote address. Speaking to the entire world via webcast as well as an audience of press and mobile enthusiasts alike on not just the state of the mobile world today, but the future in which the developing world will be utterly changed for the better by a web-connected community. In addition, both privacy and the most recent release for Android by Google: Google Chrome, were touched upon by both Schmidt and Android's Hugo Barra.

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We’re Live at the MWC 2012 Keynote featuring Google

We’re Live at the MWC 2012 Keynote featuring Google

Android is dominating here at Mobile World Congress 2012, and that means Google's taking center stage for the bulk of the conference. In addition to their massive booth, the search giant also gets a keynote presentation all to itself, and it's starting in just under half an hour. SlashGear is here to bring the latest news - whatever that might be. Google's been pretty tight-lipped on the conference so far, though they might have some interesting surprises in store for us.

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Live from Qualcomm CES 2012 keynote

Live from Qualcomm CES 2012 keynote

It's the second official morning of CES 2012 and we're all set and seated at Qualcomm's keynote presentation, ready here to bet a heaping helping of chip news galore. What we're going to see is everything from "breakthroughs" as they say in Consumer Electronics to their sales figures from the past year - we're hoping to see some surprises in device form, as well. We're also expecting some news in the form of Snapdragon GameCommand, as re-revealed earlier this month.

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Verizon CEO canceling keynote appearance at CES

Verizon CEO canceling keynote appearance at CES

Well, what's up with this, Verizon? The chief executive of the largest telecom carrier in the nation has apparently just abruptly canceled his appearance in a keynote panel at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show, according to company reports. Verizon stated that a conflicting change in schedule is preventing CEO Lowell McAdam from attending the Las Vegas-based technology conference this month, the company confirmed this to Reuters.

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Microsoft “kicked out” of CES keynote claims insider

Microsoft “kicked out” of CES keynote claims insider

Microsoft's decision that CES 2012 will see the company's final keynote and booth at the January show may not have been as amicable as the press releases suggest, with suggestions that the company was "kicked out" of its keynote slot. According to GigaOm's insiders in Microsoft, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) that runs the tech show each year decided it no longer wanted the company to hold a keynote session, and in retaliation Microsoft yanked its booth plans.

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