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Android Emancipation and the Sweet Smell of WiFi: The Week in Tech

If you want a G1 Android phone but you can't bear the thought of using a carrier with pink logo, help is on the way. You can now get a version of the HTC handset that's both SIM-unlocked and hardware-unlocked. But in order to get one -- and, yes, they really are limiting quantities to one per custom...

Verizon Embraces LiMo Foundation’s Brand of Openness

The Open Handset Alliance may have the power of Google behind it, but a surge of new members has just swelled the ranks of the competing LiMo Foundation to 40, the group announced Wednesday. Verizon Wireless, Mozilla, Infineon Technologies, Kvaleberg, Red Bend Software, Sagem Mobiles, SFR and SK Tel...

Android A-OK With AT&T, Says CEO

AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega caused a stir at a press conference at CTIA Wireless 2008 in Las Vegas Wednesday when he expressed interest in Google's Android platform. Some reports even had him committing to shipping phones running Android later this year. Others, however, only had him saying t...

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Voxer Gives Push-to-Talk a Multimedia Makeover

Voxer Pro Business turns your smartphone into a walkie-talkie. Smartphone walkie-talkies are not new, of course -- Nextel, which got swallowed by Sprint, used to offer a unique push-to-talk, or PTT, walkie-talkie cellphone feature called "Direct Connect." Nextel's simulated half-duplexing service mi...

Scalix Goes Wireless With Messaging System

Linux-based messaging vendor Scalix Corporation announced late last week a wireless solution designed to extend its e-mail and calendaring software to mobile devices. Developed in partnership with enterprise mobility solutions vendor Notify Technology Corporation, Scalix's Wireless Solution provides...

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