Recently Google has released its new Nexus 6 mobile phone, and it comes with several tweaks, one of which is the fact, that the device is locked for several carriers. Previously Nexus smart phones were open for all carriers and any SIM cards, but it seems that Nexus 6 still can be useful for various carriers in some cases.
A BT Global Services Enterprise Intelligence survey called "Enterprise Intelligence: The challenge for the CIO in 2010" revealed that cutbacks in IT spending during the current economic downturn had the negative effects of lost customers and stifled innovation.
Verizon Communications is facing the wrath of three former employees who are suing the telco and its former Yellow Pages subsidiary, Idearc. In their lawsuit, the employees claim that their retirement benefits were transferred over to Idearc without their permission when it became a separate company in 2006.
The previous section really leads us to this prediction/trend. Net Neutrality really is the inflection point for which way all these technologies will go. With VoIP over Mobile being tested here and there, you have to wonder where it will be reined in.
The paralysingly dull subject of mobile network infrastructure became a hot consumer topic in 2009. It is likely to become even bigger news in 2010, as mobile operators slug it out over which has the best network.
Despite Nokia's sinking market share in the United States, its phone unit chief Rick Simonson has told Reuters that his company expects to ship over 500 million units across three platforms in 2010.
OmniVision announced its OV14825 image sensor for mobile phones, a 14.6 megapixel device with the ability to also shoot 1080p video at 60 frames per second.
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