Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc. will sell a version of the coming iPad that runs on their newest fourth-generation wireless networks, according to people familiar with the matter, as the battle to cash in on big investments in mobile broadband heats up.
And as Saturday Night Live on NBC reminded us, On Saturday,
"We All Know What All that Verizon
4G LTE Stuff Means, Don't We ???"
Apple to Disrupt Notebook Space with Radically Redesigned MacBook Pros
Samsung Mulls LCD unit Spin-Off
amid Falling Demand
South Korea's Samsung Electronics has said it is considering spinning-off its Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) unit in a bid to streamline its business.
The firm said it was planning to focus on new technology such as the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays.
Samsung is the world's largest TV and flat-screen maker.
"The LCD business is not good enough now and I think that Samsung is looking to focus on new business," Annabelle Hsu of IDC told the BBC.
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The NBA Lockout Was Bad for Basketball, This Is GOOD:
Jeremy Lin: New York Knicks'
Basketball sensation Jeremy Lin hit a 3-pointer with less than one second to play, leading his New York Knicks over the Toronto Raptors 90-87 Tuesday night.
Lin scored 27 points and dished out 11 assists as the Knicks have now won six games in a row. A full house watched the once overlooked, now overnight star continue to set the sports world ablaze.
Jeremy Lin: New NBA Sensation
For those living on another planet the last 10 days, Lin is the 6-3, 200 pound point guard for the New York Knicks - an Asian-American by way of Harvard.
Until late last week, he was parked at the end of the Knicks bench and lived on the couch at his brother's apartment in Manhattan's Lower East Side.
But with his team struggling, the undrafted, largely unwanted Lin got a shot to play. He promptly went on a transcendent tear averaging 27 points and 9 assists over a six-game stretch and ended up on this week's cover of Sports Illustrated.