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Verizon continues to feel pressure from wireless rivals

Verizon continues to feel pressure from wireless rivalsNews from CNET: Verizon may not have added as many new wireless customers as some analysts predicted, but the company slowed the number of customers leaving its service in the first quarter of 2015. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Last quarter Verizon began showing vulnerability to the aggressive pricing and […]

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Verizon Gets More Connections Amid ‘Wireless’ Threat From Google

Verizon Gets More Connections Amid ‘Wireless’ Threat From GoogleNews from Forbes: Mixed in with news of a massive fourth-quarter loss at Verizon related to staff pension costs, some decent revenue figures on Thursday: sales were up 6.8% year-on-year in the traditionally-challenging final quarter of 2014, to $ 33.2 billion, meeting analysts’ expectations. Earnings per share came in at 71 […]

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Microsoft’s Wireless Display Adapter lets you stream stuff from your PC via …

Microsoft’s Wireless Display Adapter lets you stream stuff from your PC via …News from Digital Trends: Intel may have designs on reshaping the PC landscape with wireless display mirroring and other cable-less computing concepts. For now, though, if you want to cut cords while mirroring and streaming stuff from your PC to your TV, you […]

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Wireless Charging of Phones From Across the Room? The Tech Inches Closer

Wireless Charging of Phones From Across the Room? The Tech Inches CloserNews from Singularity Hub: If you park an electric car over a metal plate or deposit a mobile phone on a charging mat, you can recharge the batteries, no plugs required. Wireless energy transmission has been possible since Thomas Edison’s time, and in the […]

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T-Mobile Blocks Aio Wireless From Using Similar Magenta Color

T-Mobile Blocks Aio Wireless From Using Similar Magenta ColorNews from PC Magazine: Aio Wireless will have to go back to the drawing board; a court has found that the magenta/plum color it uses in its marketing is too close to T-Mobile’s shade. Watch out Barney the dinosaur, one-third of Mardi Gras, and whatever the heck […]

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Court sides with T-Mobile, bans AT&T’s Aio Wireless from using magenta color

Court sides with T-Mobile, bans AT&T’s Aio Wireless from using magenta colorNews from The Verge: A federal court has granted T-Mobile a preliminary injunction against AT&T subsidiary Aio Wireless on grounds that the low-cost carrier’s color scheme infringes on T-Mobile’s iconic magenta. In the decision, Federal District Court judge Lee Rosenthal writes that “T-Mobile has […]

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Official Galaxy Note 3 wireless charging S-View Flip Cover now available from …

Official Galaxy Note 3 wireless charging S-View Flip Cover now available from …News from Phandroid.com: It’s been said that for some, once you go wireless charging, you never go back. For Samsung Galaxy Note 3 owners looking to equip their devices with some convenient wireless charging, up until now the only option was the official […]

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Review: The Gig Wireless Speaker From Klipsch

Review: The Gig Wireless Speaker From KlipschNews from New York Times: The Gig wireless speaker from Klipsch. The growth of the market for wireless speakers has slowly been enticing more traditional audio companies to cut their wires, too. And a recent offering from Klipsch shows that high-end audio companies know how to fit a lot […]

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Bang & Olufsen promises ‘second-to-none’ experience from new wireless …

Bang & Olufsen promises ‘second-to-none’ experience from new wireless …News from Engadget: Bang & Olufsen Introduces New Wireless Speaker Technology at CEDIA 2013 A second-to-none multi-channel wireless experience that provides robust acoustic performance and flexible and simple operation. Denver, Colorado / Struer, Denmark – September 27 2013 Bang & Olufsen announces the introduction of a […]

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From the Future: Wireless Devices that Don’t Require Batteries

From the Future: Wireless Devices that Don’t Require BatteriesNews from TIME: The devices use existing radio signals to communicate without a wired power source. University of Washington Using ambient backscatter, these devices can interact with users and communicate with each other without using batteries. They exchange information by reflecting or absorbing pre-existing radio signals. Most […]

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