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Some of the features might be just what the 65-and-older market needs — noise cancellation, larger text, and even speech-slowing for better parsing of fast-talking callers.
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The PlayStation Mobile service is debuting in nine countries -- Japan, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia -- with more to follow, with 30 games at launch.
Qualcomm’s mobile chipset dominance may be threatened by a new joint venture spearheaded by Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, focusing on next-generation LTE products.
DoCoMo is investing $5.8 million in a wholly owned subsidiary, dubbed Communication Platform Planning Co. (creative, no?), which …
Cisco will approach and integrate its cloud services in more cohesive manner with a new high-level framework called CloudVerse, the company announced today.
Cisco already provides many of its customers with cloud services, but as the challenges of organizations using …
Touch technology company Immersion announcing today that its newest touch feedback technology is being used in Fujitsu’s new F-12C smartphone.
The phone is the first publicly available handset to use Immersion’s Motiv Integrator and its TouchSense 3000 embedded control software. …