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Archive for October, 2010

Keep Fear Alive iPhone App

Posted by Sam Churchill on October 29th, 2010

Going to The Rally To Restore Sanity or the March to Keep Fear Alive, this weekend in Washington DC? Don’t leave home without the official free iPhone app. The iPhone App features a Foursquare check-in page, a portal to upload your photos from the Mall and connection to Facebook and Twitter. Saturday‚Äôs DC field trip […]

Intel in Taiwan: Under The Cloud

Posted by Sam Churchill on October 29th, 2010

Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said Thursday that Intel will continue its support for Taiwan’s development of WiMAX, after a meeting with Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini in Taipei. Ma said the government has released six licenses for WiMAX operators and has invested US$220 million in developing related technologies and applications. An apparent lack of […]

Dailywireless Email Digest Now Available

Posted by Sam Churchill on October 29th, 2010

DailyWireless, along with our partner TradePub (which offers free magazine subscriptions to qualifying readers) now offers an email news service. Unlike the Dailywireless RSS news feed, our email news service compiles multiple stories into a quick digest. It’s sent out three times a week; Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1PM (PST). The free email service […]

iPhone: Top 5 Global Smartphones

Posted by Sam Churchill on October 29th, 2010

Apple has become a top-five global handset vendor off the back of its iPhone sales, as rivals LG Electronics and Nokia underperformed, according to analyst firm Strategy Analytics. Total unit shipments were 327 million. While Nokia remained in top place, Strategy Analytics noted that this was the ninth consecutive quarter in which it reported below-average […]

Autonomous Cars Drive 8,000 Miles

Posted by Sam Churchill on October 29th, 2010

Autonomous orange vans, built by a team from Italy’s Visilab, has arrived at the Shanghai World Expo after leaving Italy this in July. The driverless van relied solely on electricity and featured 12 sensors, including cameras, a carbon dioxide sensor, a GPS device and an off-road laser scanner. The van topped out at 37 miles […]

LTE in West Virginia

Posted by Sam Churchill on October 29th, 2010

Verizon Wireless detailed its plans for LTE in West Virginia at an event on Wednesday that hailed the efforts of Senator John “Jay” Rockefeller, a key player in carrier regulation in Washington, D.C. Verizon will roll out LTE service this year in a portion of downtown Charleston, the state’s capital and largest city, and across […]