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CES 2012: Education, Innovation Key To Growth

In the midst of the technology gauntlet that is CES, some people still took time out to talk about education and innovation as it relates to the tech industry. A panel of CEOs from Xerox, Ford and Verizon spoke on education and innovation during CES as reported by Vegas Inc. The executives pointed out that better education and economic diversification …

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The Daily Comes To Android, Starting With Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Daily, the News Corp. publication originally launched as an experimental news app for the iPad, is now moving beyond the iPad and into Android territory. The publication announced that it will come pre-loaded on the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and other tablets, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, after that. Devices will also get the app with an …

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iPhone 4S Users Consume Twice The Data of iPhone 4 Users

The next time your wireless provider tries to up the cost of your data plan so that they can pay for more wireless spectrum, you literally have very few people you can blame for this. As it turns out, a mere 1% of (presumably) smartphone users are consuming half of all downloaded mobile data. From a new study released today …

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Verizon Sells 4.2 Million iPhones During The Holidays

The iPhone did incredibly well for Verizon during the holiday season with the sale of 4.2 million units of the device. Those impressive sales, however, bring a shrinking profit margin for the company. Bloomberg reports that Fran Shammo, CFO of Verizon, said the company had to cut six percent off their profit margin. This was caused by the sizable subsidy …

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