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Opera: iOS dominated mobile ads in Q3

Apple‘s iOS mobile operating system continues to dominate the mobile advertising market, according to Opera Software‘s third quarter State of Mobile Advertising report. Opera analysts found that iOS delivered the highest eCPM, or effective cost per mille (thousand), with an average of $1.64 for the platform overall. If you want to break it down further, the iPad does better on… Read more →

It’s happening: Hadoop and SQL worlds are converging

This guest post comes courtesy of Tony Baer’s OnStrategies blog. Tony is senior analyst at Ovum. With Strata, IBM IOD, and Teradata Partners conferences all occurring this week, it’s not surprising that this is a big week for Hadoop-related announcements. The common thread of announcements is essentially, “We know that Hadoop is not known for performance, but we’re getting better… Read more →

Panasonic Toughbook C2 takes Windows 8 on the road

Everyone is jumping on the Windows 8 bandwagon this week — most especially Microsoft‘s OEM partners, which are busy trying to roll out brand-new devices ready for the latest version of the operating system. Panasonic is getting in the game with a tablet of its own, but this one definitely means business. Based on Windows 8 Pro, the Toughbook C2… Read more →

Comcast’s biggest challenge

There are six major diversified media companies that control the vast majority of what you read, see and hear on a daily basis: News Corporation (Fox, Wall Street Journal, Universal Pictures) Disney (ABC, ESPN, Pixar, Miramax) Time Warner (CNN, HBO, TIME, Sports Illustrated, People) Viacom (MTV, CMT, Paramount Pictures) CBS (the TV channel, the radio network, the film studio, Showtime,… Read more →

Citigroup Fires Tech Analyst Over Facebook I.P.O. Leaks

John Tlumacki/Boston GlobeWilliam F. Galvin, the top financial regulator in Massachusetts. Citigroup paid a $2 million fine and fired a prominent technology analyst after authorities accused the bank of improperly leaking to the media unpublished information about YouTube and confidential research on Facebook‘s initial public offering. William F. Galvin, the Massachusetts secretary of the commonwealth, accused a junior Citigroup analyst… Read more →

Deutsche Telekom lays ground for Germany’s biggest datacentre

T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, is to build Germany’s biggest datacenter in the state Saxony-Anhalt, near the city of Biere. The new center will extend to 150,000 square meters and will be finished in 2014. It will be Deutsche Telekom’s 90th datacenter and will work together with another centre in Magdeburg to form a so called ‘TwinCore’ as the… Read more →

Enjoy and control audio content on your iOS device with the RHA MA-450i earphones (gallery)

Summary: Apple includes Earpods with their new iOS devices, but for $50 you can get the RHA MA-450i with 3-year manufacturer warranty. By Matthew Miller for Smartphones and Cell Phones | October 26, 2012 — 13:54 GMT (06:54 PDT) Follow @palmsolo Previous | Next Image 1 of 8 RHA MA-450i retail package Topics: Mobility, Apple, iPhone, iPad, Reviews About Matthew Miller… Read more →

HTC’s best move after Q4 outlook: Go white label

HTC issued another horrible outlook for the fourth quarter as sales, operating margin and most financial metrics continue to head in the wrong direction. As for those metrics, HTC’s financial health isn’t so hot. Revenue was down 48 percent in the third quarter from a year ago. Earnings per share fell 79 percent. Operating profit was down 76 percent. Cash… Read more →

AMD to show off Windows 8 tablet PCs using its Hondo chip at CES 2013

As long as it’s taken Intel to properly enter the tablet game, it’s taking AMD even longer to join the fray. While Intel’s “Clover Trail” Atom is starting to show up in new Windows 8 tablets, AMD’s Z-60 “Hondo” only has one official design win to date — the forthcoming Fujitsu Stylistic Q572.   But the chip company isn’t giving up, and… Read more →

Nexus 7 32GB hits Office Depot for $249.99

So you just became the proud owner of a 16GB Nexus 7? Well, prepare yourself for some serious buyer’s remorse, because the 32GB Nexus is now listed on the Office Depot website and it’s going to sell for exactly the same price you paid for your half-capacity slate. Normally that additional NAND would command a steep… Read more →

Daily Report: Apple Has Higher Profit, While Amazon Has a Loss

Apple wants to make money, and Amazon cares more about growing as fast as it can. Each seems to be getting its wish, according to the quarterly earnings reports released on Thursday. The one blemish on Apple’s financials was its forecast for the holiday quarter, reports Nick Wingfield on Friday in The New York Times. The company said the higher costs of… Read more →