Demo Windows Phone online and you could win $10,000

Microsoft is looking to make Windows Phone converts once again as their latest promotion shows. By simply demoing Windows Phone 8 online, you get the chance to win a $10,000 cash prize or daily prizes. Entering could not be simpler, simple visit the promo site and you'll be greeted by a simple enough to follow instruction page: Try Windows Phone online, then get a chance to WIN $10,000 or daily prizes* Follow the blue dot to demo....

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RIM wins case as Mformation’s patent ruling gets overturned

The law seemed to have known Blackberry manufacturer RIM's woe as it recently overturned a ruling in a patent lawsuit Mformation had filed against RIM. This overturning of the ruling means that RIM is no longer required to dish out over $147.2 million of its revenue which it desperately needs at a time like this. Let's take a look back at the original lawsuit. Back in 2008, Mformation filed a wireless patent lawsuit against RIM and as...

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Nokia to sell 500 patents to Vringo

Nokia has entered into a Patent Purchase Agreement with Vringo and this agreement will see Nokia selling over 500 of its patents. In a release, Vringo has said that the (patent) portfolio encompasses a wide spectrum of technologies that are related to cellular infrastructure which includes communication management, data and signal transmission, mobility management, radio resources management and services among others. Excerpt of the...

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Verizon wireless adds Microsoft Office 365 for Small Business Customers to its mobile portfolio

Verizon Wireless has announced at an event in New York City that they have added Microsoft Office 365 to their Small Business Essentials portfolio.Starting today, Small Business customers can now purchase Office 365 at the low rate of $6 US per month. This announcement means that Verizon's Small Business Customers can now have access to email, instant messaging, video and audio conferencing (via Lync) as well document sharing. These...

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Smartphone and tablet users aren’t content with current network speeds

In a research survey by Keynote Competitive Research it has been determined that users of smartphones and tablets are not satisfied with the speeds that their network provide especially when it comes to loading web pages.Two thirds of smartphone users stated that the web pages loaded to slowly on their devices and nearly have mentioned that their biggest mobile frustration was that the webpages were not smartphone optimised. It is no...

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