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iPass to add in-flight Wi-Fi roaming

Mobile Internet aggregator iPass hooks up with Aircell to provide its monthly subscribers with in-flight broadband connectivity.

By May. 14, 2008

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Poll: Mobile workers sleep with phone, check overnight

New report from iPass finds that more than half of employees polled who sleep with their smartphones wake up at least sometimes during the night to check their messages.

By May. 25, 2011

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iPhone more popular than BlackBerry for business users

An iPass poll finds that Apple's flagship phone has captured a 45-percent share of mobile enterprise workers, surpassing RIM's BlackBerry with a 32-percent share.

By Nov. 16, 2011

Editors' Take

Vertu Constellation

The Vertu Constellation matches leather, titanium, and sapphire glass with an astonishingly high price tag.

By Oct. 2, 2013

MSRP: $5,950.00

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Vertu Constellation is a £4,000 dual-core Android phone

If your wallet's as bottomless as Scrooge McDuck's and your hunger for calfskin and titanium is insatiable, Vertu's new luxury blower could be for you.

By Oct. 2, 2013

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iPhone more popular than BlackBerry for business

Business bods are flocking to the iPhone over traditional favourite the BlackBerry, according to a report. Should RIM be worried?

By Nov. 16, 2011

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BlackBerry 7 sales sputter after strong start

With the iPhone 4S and a wave of Android smartphones out in the market, and the delayed launch of next-generation BBX smartphones, one analyst expects increasing competition across RIM's products.

By Nov. 18, 2011

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Singapore Airlines offers iPod-friendly skies

The media player, as well as the iPhone, can play music and videos on their exclusive system.

By May. 15, 2008

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New and Noteworthy: MacFixIt Editor to appear on Mac Night Owl; Nokia Phones Find Hot Spots; more

New and Noteworthy: MacFixIt Editor to appear on Mac Night Owl; Nokia Phones Find Hot Spots; more

By Apr. 27, 2006

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By Dec. 12, 1997