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Nintendo has already cut its projections for the Wii U after sales failed to fulfill assumptions, and we’re now seeing the degree of the console’s inadequate efficiency in the US. The NPD group has released its report for January video game sales and, while it isn’t really offering particular hardware phone numbers, a Gamasutra source states that the Wii U sold “well under” 100,000 units. Nintendo previously revealed that it sold 460,000 systems in December, suggesting that need has dropped off significantly among customers who had not currently decided to get the console at launch.
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Your smartphone and / or tablet is just begging for an update. From time to time, these mobile devices are blessed with upkeep refreshes, bug repairs, custom ROMs and anything in between, and so many of them are floating around that it’s simple for a substantial chunk to obtain lost in the mix. To see to it they don’t escape without notice, we’ve collected every possible update, hack, and other various tomfoolery we could discover throughout the last week and crammed them into one convenient roundup. If you find something available for your device, please provide us a shout at pointers at engadget dawt com and let us understand. Enjoy!
If you didn’t get enough mobile news during the week, not to worry, because we’ve opened the firehose for the truly hardcore. This week brought a resolution to HTC’s kerfuffle with the custom ROM community, along with a handful of special edition Samsung smartphones and new efforts toward spectrum sharing with the US government. So buy the ticket and take the ride as we explore the “best of the rest” for this week of January 28th, 2013.
There’s been hints of a Windows Phone 7.8 update looming for the AT&T – specification Lumia 900, but little sign of a real schedule. As it turns out, owners intending to move past 7.5 might be satisfied really quickly. Engadget has gotten an AT&T memo that declares the upgrade is rolling out on January 30th– as in, tomorrow. We don’t see any tweaks pointed out beyond exactly what Microsoft itself said last year, although any update would most likely consist of Nokia-specific extras on top of the official plan. We’ve reached out to AT&T, Microsoft and Nokia, and we’ll let you know if they offer tangible information. Whatever their answers, we’ll understand the fact eventually.
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We’re back at it with another batch of tech deals to start out the week. This time, a pair of Apple devices see a bit of a price drop alongside a Dell laptop, Panasonic Blu-ray player and a set of Able Planet headphones — enough to cover a few of those gadget bases, no doubt. Jump down past the break to inspect all of the details and access those tempting purchase links in order to empty your wallet.
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If you didn’t get enough mobile news during the week, not to worry, because we’ve opened the firehose for the truly hardcore. This week brought a new smartphone from Xolo to India, HTC’s crackdown on a custom ROM distributor and the UK’s largest mobile spectrum auction to date. These stories and more await after the break. So buy the ticket and take the ride as we explore the “best of the rest” for this week of January 21st, 2013.
Xolo A500 debuts in India with Android 4.0
A new Android 4.0 smartphone known as the Xolo A500 became available within India this week, and from all appearances, it’s entirely run of the mill. That said, with a price of ₹6,999 ($ 130), it may just turn a few heads. The Xolo A500 sports a 4-inch WVGA (800 x 480) display, along with a dual-core 1GHz CPU (Snapdragon S4 Play) and dual-SIM functionality. You’ll also find a 5-megapixel rear camera, along with a front-facing VGA shooter. The device includes a 1,500mAh battery, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of built-in storage and supports microSD cards up to 32GB in size. [Fone Arena]
Ofcom kicks off 4G spectrum auction in UK
The largest mobile spectrum auction to date in the UK began this week, which is set to nearly double the wireless resources available to Britons. In all, 28 lots of spectrum are available across the 800MHz and 2600MHz bands, which will add 250MHz of spectrum to the 333MHz in use today. Telefonica (O2), Vodafone, EE, Hutchison (Three), Niche Spectrum Ventures (BT), HKT and MLL are participants in the auction, which carries a total reserve price of £1.36 billion. According to UK regulator Ofcom, the auction will take place in several rounds over the coming weeks. [Android Central]
AT&T CEO reveals interest in smartphone financing
Verizon’s Lowell McAdam now has some company. During this week’s earnings call, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson revealed that AT&T is similarly monitoring T-Mobile’s shift to drop the subsidized business model and instead provide customers the ability to finance their new smartphone purchase. While Stephenson may lack grace with his words, the intent is clear: “We expect there to be some dynamics in the marketplace that — and we’ll have to respond to some of it — we find interesting, like the handset financing that they’re doing.” Curiously, Stephenson admitted that AT&T has considered the approach in the past, but like Verizon, much of how his company responds will depend on consumers’ reception of T-Mobile’s new approach. [FierceWireless]
US Cellular now offers carrier billing for online shopping
US Cellular announced this week that it now supports carrier billing for online purchases. The system was launched in partnership with Boku, and subscribers may pay for goods at participating merchants by entering their mobile number at checkout and then confirming the purchase with a text message. From there, customers will find the total amount of the purchase added to their wireless bill. [PhoneScoop]
AT&T working to integrate Data Sense for Windows Phone 8
Data Sense is one of the more unique features of Windows Phone 8, which allows users to monitor their data usage and squeeze more from their data plan through the magic of server-side compression. Verizon is the only carrier to support the feature within the US, but that may soon change, as AT&T has revealed that it’s “exploring Data Sense and how to optimize the experience” for its subscribers. About damn time, right? [FierceWireless]
HTC forces shutdown of custom ROM site
A provider of many popular Sense-based ROMs is no more. This week, HTCRUU closed its doors and took its repositories offline in acquiescence to legal threats from HTC. Historically, HTC has taken an admirably lax approach to distribution of customized Sense ROMs, which are popular among enthusiasts of the company’s smartphones. Naturally, many other sources exist for custom Sense blends, which raises the question of whether this move was but a one-off showing of legal force, or whether HTC will take a more active approach to ending the underground custom ROM community. Those interested can learn more of the situation on Reddit. [Android Police]
Other random tidbits
- Following in the footsteps of Android and iOS, Microsoft has upped the mobile data cap of app downloads and updates for Windows Phone to 50MB. [WPCentral]
- The Meizu MX2 is now available as a subsidized handset for customers of China Unicom. The smartphone can be gotten for free with all two-year plans of ¥226 or more per month, or with all three-year plans of ¥156 or more per month. [GSM Arena]
- Colombia’s state-owned telecom, UNE EPM, announced that it would invest $ 2.5 million to bring LTE services to Barranquilla — the country’s fourth most populous city — which sports a population of approximately 1.8 million. [RCR Wireless]
- An internal leak has revealed that the HTC 8S will become available at Bell Mobility on February 1st. [MobileSyrup]
- Videotron has announced that it’ll begin selling the Nexus 4 on January 30th. Similarly, Fido is accepting reservations (and a requisite $ 40 deposit) for the smartphone, which it’s targeting for an early February arrival. [MobileSyrup 1, 2]
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After announcing Windows Phone 7.8 back in June, Microsoft has actually stayed tight lipped on the precise availability of the update for existing individuals. The software maker has actually guaranteed early 2013, however it appears that the update will be offered to some devices at the end of the month. WPCentral reports that Nokia Lumia 900 devices on AT&T will get Windows Phone 7.8 on January 30th.
The update will include the capability to resize Live Tiles into little, average, and huge choices, and add some additional style color options that are exact same to the ones found in Windows Phone 8. Microsoft is mainly appeasing existing Windows Phone 7.5 individuals by matching the visual design of Windows Phone 8 in its 7.8, however the bulk of attributes will not be back …
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