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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Industry News
T-Mobile Offers BlackBerry Users $100 Credit After Split 4/4/2014
Though BlackBerry and T-Mobile are in the midst of a bitter divorce, T-Mobile wants the BlackBerry faithful to know that it still cares by offering a $100 credit.
3D-printed modules for Google's Ara phone coming early next year 4/4/2014
Lego-like parts that will form the building blocks for Google's Project Ara will be produced on 3D printers and ship in time for the customizable smartphone's release early next year.
Verizon Wireless cuts prices to be more competitive with AT&T plans 4/3/2014
Verizon has adjusted its pricing on higher data plans in order to better compete with chief rival AT&T.
USB 3.1 will use the new Type-C connector 4/3/2014
With the introduction of USB 3.1 and the new Type-C connector, the old USB ports will be obsoleted.
Tesla Wants to Replace Side-View Mirrors With Cameras 4/3/2014
Tesla may be ahead of the automotive curve, but there's one driver-assist technology it's never been able to implement: side-view cameras.
Chrysler Recalls Over 850,000 S.U.V.ís 4/2/2014
Chrysler is recalling more than 850,000 sport utility vehicles because of a possible braking problem.
SanDisk Optimizes SSDs for Enterprise Workloads 4/2/2014
SanDisk has expanded its CloudSpeed Serial ATA (SATA) product family with four new solid state drives (SSDs) to meet demands of enterprise workloads.
All new cars in US must have rearview cameras by 2018 4/1/2014
On Monday, after three years of repeated delays and a lawsuit, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced the new rule: By May 2018, all new cars and light trucks must be equipped with rearview cameras.
Samsung Galaxy S5 has the best display 4/1/2014
Experts at Display Mate have stated that the Samsung Galaxy S5 has the best ever display screen.
Tesla Model S Batteries Cleared by NHTSA 4/1/2014
Three Model S destroyed by fire after running over road debris didn't represent a "defect trend.", concluded by NHTSA.
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