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Evernote’s premium package deal includes a lot of extra features to the on-line jotter if you’re prepared to pay the rate. Now however, if you have actually got a mobile, fixed-line or high speed agreement with Deutsche Telekom, an offer in between the business suggests you’ll be able to skip that 40 euro yearly fee (around $ 52) and take pleasure in the power-user suite free for a year. Don’t come down if you’ve currently handed over, though, as current premium customers can just tag that extra year onto the end of their cycle. In addition, Evernote has added another function for premium users worldwide it calls “Paper Search,” which’ll rifle with numerous note-attached files produced in MS Workplace, iWork or OpenOffice. If you occur to be on Deutsche Telekom’s books, you can sign up for your complimentary premium account at the link below. Then again, you have actually got until the back end of September 2014 to declare, so you could possibly constantly clip this and get to it later.
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Via Licensing is amassing quite a deep well of patents from which its members able to pull. All in the name of keeping standards-essential LTE technology accessible to those willing to play ball. Now China Mobile and Deutsche Telekom are joining the ranks of industry giants like AT&T and NTT DoCoMo in an effort to guard themselves against litigation and ease the act of licensing each other’s patents. Others have tried and failed where Via Licensing seems to be succeeding in building a coalition around sharing standard-essential patents. Though, while plenty of big names have signed on, there are still quite a few notable holdouts.
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Deutsche Telekom: iPhone Deal, Investments To Help This 8.2% Dividend …
Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha).
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Walmart Selling iPhone 5 Relatively Dirt Cheap, Is Android Causing More Pain?
Namely, Walmart is selling the iPhone 5 for just $ 127 in-store with a two-year service agreement to AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. The iPhone 5 normally sells for $ 187 at Walmart, and $ 200 on Apple's website, so this is a fantastic deal for a high-end …
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FlipSide case for iPhone packs stealthy game controls, plays on solar power …
The perpetual challenge of developing an iPhone-friendly gamepad (or any phone-oriented gamepad) is the bulk, either for a gargantuan case or else a separate controller. If Justice Frangipane's team and iDevices have their way, that clunkiness will be …
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Just exactly how the T-Mobile / MetroPCS merger will precisely pan out still appears yet to be determined. Just what is clear, however, is that majority share-holder, Deutsche Telekom, intend to have the package done and dusted between April and June next year. CFO for the German giant, Timotheus Hoettges, told Boersenzeitung that we’ll have to hang around till the 2nd quarter of 2013 prior to one of the parties will certainly need to begin ordering brand-new fixed and corporate polo shirts. In the meantime he was keen to point out that not all present financial plans have to worry, taking note of shareholders wouldn’t have their reimbursement policy influenced by the merger, thanks to the spiffy year it’s had.
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If you thought Google’s Kansan stab at blistering gigabit speeds was lust-worthy, then this latest fiber feat out of Germany should have you flooding the room with drool. Part of Deutsche Telekom’s OSIRIS (Optically Supported UP Router Interfaces) project, the telco’s T-Labs team managed to successfully transfer data “over a single optical fiber wavelength channel” from Berlin to Hanover and back at speeds of up to 512Gbps — that’s over half a terabit. It’s hard to imagine just what exactly you’d be able to do with all that bandwidth (upload your entire music and video library, perhaps?), but this real-world experiment should go a long way towards helping operators shore up increasing network demands, going so far as doubling their backhaul capacity. As for any actual implementation of the next-gen tech, well, the good news is that a costly and lengthy cable deployment won’t be necessary; all that’s required to get these state-of-the-art dumb pipes up and running is some newfangled terminal equipment. Don’t hold your breath, though, as with all things bleeding edge, this tech is still light years away from your mitts.
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Microsoft announced on Monday that it is now delivering the Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” update to Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile) Samsung Omnia 7 devices.
Microsoft originally started rolling out Windows Phone 7.5 on September 27. The company is now delivering the update to all eligible devices. Microsoft’s push towards the Omnia 7 update for Deutsche Telekom users means the only exceptions left are:
- Samsung Omnia 7 devices on Telefonica still testing
- Dell Venue Pro on AT&T still planning
- Samsung Focus 1.4 on AT&T still testing
“If you have a phone that’s still listed as Testing on Where’s My Phone Update?, please be assured that you have our full focus and attention,” said Microsoft’s Eric Hautala in a blog post on Monday. “We aim to deliver Mango to those models as soon as they’ve completed testing and will expedite the delivery process.” Microsoft is also delivering device firmware updates. The firmware updates are provided by handset manufacturers and are designed to improve a phones performance, fix bugs, and activate new Windows Phone 7.5 features.
Windows Phone Mango now available for Samsung Omnia 7 Deutsche Telekom originally appeared at WinRumors.com.
In, according to Bloomberg, “anticipation of supply bottlenecks,” Deutsche Telekom aka T-Mobile is offering pre-order coupons to folks who call in asking for the next iPhone, whatever it may be.
The move is quite clever: customers won’t have to stand in line, DT is promised a huge rush of sales during the post summer holiday slump, and it allows anti-fanboys to crow about the iSchafe on this gloriously slow federal holiday. Win-win-win.
Stunt or actual effort to prevent “bottlenecks?” You decide.
Deutsche Telekom rolling out NFC payments with T-Mobile USA, other markets this year; NFC iPhone along for the ride?
At its press conference at Mobile World Congress today, Deutsche Telekom — the German parent of T-Mobile subsidiaries around the world — mentioned that it’ll start launching NFC payment systems in handsets across multiple markets starting this year with full deployments in 2012. T-Mobile USA will be included in the action through the Isis initiative announced in late 2010 in partnership with AT&T and Verizon, but here’s where it gets particularly interesting: DT execs apparently name dropped Apple during the live event for a 2011 launch. Of course, there’s no shortage of rumors that the next-gen iPhone will include some manner of NFC capability, and it certainly seems like an Apple endorsement would work wonders in taking the technology to a new level of consumer acceptance. Follow the break for the full press release — it doesn’t mention Apple, interestingly, so it’s entirely possible that this was an executive slip-up. More on this as we have it.
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iPad Will Kill All Rivals, Says Deutsche Bank
Whitmore thinks the iPad will reign supreme for quarters to come because iPad rivals will “fall flat from a user experience standpoint while struggling to materially undercut the iPad on price.”
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The New Bentley iPad App
The just-launched 2011 Bentley Continental GT is proving to be one of the big talking points at this year’s Paris Motor Show. But now iPad owners can get their own private VIP tickets (without having to leave the home or office) and a first glimpse of this distinctively styled, high performance British GT courtesy of a new free iPad app.
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