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Trending Tech: Motorola, Amazon, Nokia Unveil New Gadgets Ahead of iPhone 5 Launch and FCC Measures Mobile Broadband Speed

Tech giants announced several gadgets this week looking to get out ahead of the impending Apple iPhone launch at the highly anticipated media event scheduled for Sep.12. For instance, Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire HD and updated its Kindle e-readers, Motorola announced the first set of Droid Razr smartphones post acquisition and Nokia launched two […]

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Trending Tech: Disappointing Quarterly Results, Layoffs & Apple-Samsung Patent Trial

It’s been a disappointing week as tech companies post quarterly results missing analysts’ estimates: Apple’s earnings fell short of expectations as iPhone sales slowed in advance of iPhone 5. Zynga blamed Facebook for its losses while Facebook surprised Wall Street with its growth in revenue. In other news, the biggest patent trial between Samsung and […]

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Trending Tech: Google's skydiving stunt, Nexus 7 & RIM's decline

Google makes headlines and sets a new PR stunt bar, with an action-packed developers conference involving a  skydiving stunt featuring Google’s ‘Project Glass’ and introducing its first tablet,  Nexus 7. In other news, Microsoft officially buys Yammer, iPhone celebrates five years of sales with $150 billion revenue and RIM posts a loss of $518 million. […]

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Trending Tech: Shutterfly's Kodak moment and Apple, the most valuable company

There is never a dull moment in the tech world. Apple shows a 94 percent profit making it the most valuable company while Nintendo sees its first-ever annual loss. In other news, Facebook buys patents from Microsoft which originally belonged to AOL, Shutterfly acquires a Kodak’s asset and IBM acquires Vivisimo as part of its […]

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Trending Tech: Internet Disrupts SOPA, Federal Government Kills Megaupload, Yang Out At Yahoo

The US Government’s role and approach to piracy dominated the news and demonstrated once again the power of a mobilized public. Starting as a technology industry led grass roots movement, the anti-SOPA message spread as popular web sites censored their content to raise awareness. The public outcry against SOPA and PIPA forced legislators in both […]

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Trending Tech Top Ten – December 16, 2011

The flooding in Thailand forces Intel to project $1 billion less revenue than analysts expected for 2011. Tablet buzz persists as HP CEO Meg Whitman declares that Web OS, the software behind HP’s Touch Pad, will be an open-source project, while Amazon announces a software release to address issues experienced with the Kindle Fire. 10.  […]

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The World is Going Mobile and so is the U.S. Army

Army Strong Stories, the Army’s premiere blog where every Soldier is invited to share stories about their day-to-day life in the military, is now accessible through an iPhone app and mobile website. Both mobile options give Soldiers, spouses, parents, prospects, and other Army supporters on-the-go access to a rich community of more than 650 Soldiers […]

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