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AT&T bundles free LTE smartphones with GalaxyTab 8.9

AT&T (NYSE: T) is pushing customers to adopt its new LTE phones by offering a free LTE smartphone bundled with the LTE-enabled GalaxyTab 8.9. The offer is valid between Nov. 20 and Jan. 7, 2012.

New Jersey Transit partners with Google to offer NFC mobile payments

The New Jersey Transit has made a partnership with Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) to enable NFC-based mobile payments for train and bus tickets. "Our partnership with Google demonstrates that NJ Transit and

Samsung, LG Electronics push deeper into mobile enterprise market

Two Korean Android smartphone makers, Samsung and LG Electronics, announced a bigger push into the enterprise market. Samsung Electronics and its U.S. arm Samsung Telecommunications America announced

Microsoft inks Android patent royalty deal with Samsung

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced it has reached a definitive agreement with Samsung Electronics to cross-license the patent portfolios of both companies. Per terms of the deal, Microsoft will

Microsoft begins Mango update for Windows Phone 7

Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) long-awaited Mango update for the Windows Phone 7 OS has finally begun. The software giant announced that it is officially rolling out Windows Phone 7.5, otherwise known as

Report: Samsung to open-source Bada OS, reduce reliance on Android

Samsung Electronics reportedly plans to open its Bada mobile operating system to other manufacturers and software developers in 2012, a measure to accelerate growth of the smartphone platform while

RIM plans BlackBerry Video Store for PlayBook

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) said it plans to build a BlackBerry Video Store that will allow PlayBook users to watch movies and TV shows. The company promised to offer around

AT&T announces three 4G Windows Phone 7 Mango phones

AT&T (NYSE: T) announced that will introduce in the fourth quarter three new Windows Phone 7 Mango 4G devices--two from Samsung and one from HTC--and will be among the first operators to deliver

ChatON, Samsung's new cross-platform messaging app

South Korean handset manufacturer Samsung is introducing its own cross-platform messaging application called ChatON--a service similar to RIM's (NASDAQ: RIMM) BlackBerry Messenger and Apple's (

Samsung introduces ChatON cross-platform messaging service

Samsung Electronics unveiled ChatON, a free mobile messaging service enabling users to communicate across all major smartphone and feature phone platforms. Similar in concept to Research In Motion's (