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The company's LTE network musters an average of 16.7Mbps download speeds and 7.4Mbps upload speeds in 30 cities around the U.S. Originally posted at News - Mobile
The Spanish telecom provider says there's no truth to rumors that it has received acquisition offers. Originally posted at News - Mobile
The new solid-state drives use PCI-Express (PCIe) connections to deliver speeds more than 2.5 times faster than those of SATA-based SSDs.
Tianhe-2, with 3.1 million processor cores and a lot of Chinese-build technology, is the new leader of the twice-yearly list of the world's 500 fastest supercomputers. Originally posted at News - Cutting Edge
commentary Apple design strengths are also in hard-to-see places. Hmm... I think Steve Jobs once said something like that. Originally posted at News - Apple
No encore is anticipated, as the iTunes alternative Songbird announces that it has run out of funding. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
Online retail giant dedicates a section of its online store to selling 3D printers and supplies in another step toward the devices becoming mainstream. Originally posted at News - Cutting Edge
Yes, the market researcher says, the iPad Mini Retina is coming. Exactly when is the real question. Originally posted at News - Apple
Andy Lees, the company's vice president of corporate strategy and development, will be taking on a new role at Microsoft when he comes back from sabbatical. Originally posted at News - Microsoft
Companies like Corel, Xara, Nitro, Nuance, and Pixelmator are taking advantage of customers' displeasure with Adobe's shift from selling Creative Suite perpetual licenses to Creative Cloud subscriptions.