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Samsung launches Music Hub streaming service

Samsung has announced that the Samsung Music Hub music streaming service will launch on 17 October on the Samsung Galaxy S II.

By October 6, 2011


Digging through AT&T's FCC filing

Last week, AT&T filed the official FCC paperwork for its proposed T-Mobile acquisition. CNET reads the 381-page executive summary so you don't have to.

By April 25, 2011


Is AT&T a wireless spectrum hog?

Without T-Mobile's spectrum, AT&T says its customers will experience more dropped calls and slower data connections, but AT&T already has more spectrum than any other carrier. How much is enough?

By April 29, 2011


AT&T files merger papers with FCC

AT&T filed official paperwork with the Federal Communications Commission that announces its intention to acquire T-Mobile and its spectrum licenses.

By April 21, 2011


Photos: Kodak EasyShare Z950 and M381 get on the case

Like shabby crimefighter Columbo, Kodak has been quiet of late, but also like the trenchcoated 'tec, it has its moments. Exhibits A and B: the new EasyShare Z950 and M381

By July 29, 2009


For sale: Bulletproof Mercedes S400 Hybrid

Oligarchs no longer have to choose between safety and the environment: the world's first bulletproof Mercedes S400 Hybrid went on sale early this year.

By January 13, 2011


The 404 381: Where we gotta stay positive

We always try our best to keep a positive mental attitude on The 404, so it makes sense that we've chosen The Hold Steady and their latest album, "Stay Positive" as today's Audio Draft Pick. We also run through the accidental video game archive, shame the

By July 14, 2009


To get drunk fan kicked out, text 513-381-JERK

There is now a series of numbers to which fans of NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB and, yes, even NCAA games can text to get other fans who are drunk or, um, exposing themselves, to be removed.

By March 28, 2009


Apple sues HTC--court filings

Named as exhibits in the litigation, involving 20 Apple patents, are devices including Google's Nexus One, the T-Mobile G1, and the Droid Eris.

By March 2, 2010


Google sees fourth-quarter revenue, earnings rise

Revenue and earnings beat analyst estimates as the company also sees an increase in paid clicks and the average cost per click.

By January 21, 2010