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Skype adopts H.264 video format for iPhone app

The march of "Skype Everywhere" continues. The company has announced that it will be adopting the H.264 video format on iOS which will allow the video chat service's iPhone users to communicate with

Android could cause problems in the enterprise

Much has been said about the havoc that workers can bring to the corporate IT environment when they insist on using iPhones, iPads and other devices designed for consumers. Less has been said about

Samsung Galaxy Tab sales not as rosy as once thought

A Samsung company official as acknowledged that the Galaxy Tab isn't selling as well as it initially indicated. The company has claimed that it shipped 2 million tablets since last September, but

Sprint Nextel raising smartphone data plan prices

Sprint (NYSE: S) Nextel is increasing the price of its unlimited smartphone data service plan by $10 per month, for all new postpaid smartphone plans beginning Jan. 30. Sprint said the charge will

Samsung adds CBS to Media Hub lineup

LAS VEGAS--Samsung used the Consumer Electronics show here to announce a range of new devices and services, including a new mobile content deal with CBS and a WiFi-only version of its GalaxyTab

Sprint unveils third WiMAX smartphone

Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) introduced its third WiMAX smartphone, the HTC Evo Shift 4G, along with the Novatel Wireless MiFi 3G/4G mobile hotspot. The HTC Evo Shift smartphone runs version 2.2. of

Microsoft: Licensees have shipped 1.5M Windows Phone 7 devices

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) licensees have shipped a total of 1.5 million Windows Phone 7-based devices to operators during the first six weeks of the operating system's availability, according to a

Multitasking, NFC support highlight Samsung's bada 2.0

Samsung outlined the updated version of its bada open mobile platform at a developer day event in South Korea, promising a host of new features including an improved UI, app multitasking, push

Report: Ballmer to show off Windows 7 tablets in January

The tablet news continues: Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer is expected to demo tablet computers running a version of Windows 7 during the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in January,

Top PC makers to ditch VGA

Top PC makers Dell and Lenovo have stepped forward to announce their intentions to gradually phase out support for older display technologies such as Video Graphics Array (VGA) and Low Voltage