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BlackBerry Q10 sales have 'hit the ground and died' according to WSJ

BlackBerry's Q10 has been a complete and utter commercial flop, at least according to <i>The Wall Street Journal</i>. In a report painting sales of the QWERTY device as "dismal," the <i>Journal</i> cites carrier executives and US retail sources to back up its narrative that the Q10 isn't performing to …

Parallels Desktop 9 with OS X Mavericks and Cloud Services Support Launches for Existing Customers

Parallels today announced the launch of Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac, the latest version of the company's software for running alternate operating systems such as Windows in virtualized environments on the Mac. The new version is available today as an upgrade for existing Parallels users, and it …

Pioneer announces next-gen DDJ-WEGO2 DJ Controller for iPhone & iPad

Pioneer announced today that it’s soon releasing a next generation DDJ-WeGO2 DJ controller for iOS devices. The new version will feature the same multicolour LEDs, pulse control on a set of quality platters, USB power, built-in in and out audio ports, and optimizations and layouts ideal for Virtual …

Quip, Ex-Facebook CTO Bret Taylor’s New Word Processing App, Now Supports French, German, Italian And Spanish

Quip, the mobile-first iOS and Android word processing app, spent many months in stealth mode as its creators, Bret Taylor (ex-Facebook CTO) and Kevin Gibbs (father of Google Apps Engine) built and polished the app for a debut at the end of July. But when it’s come to international expansion, the …

Vodafone, O2 begin 4G roll-out in the UK while Three plans for December

Three's aggressive 4G stance<p>So when will Three be launching later in the year? London, Birmingham and Manchester will see the start of the 4G …

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Galaxy Note III, Sony Honami, & Galaxy Gear - Pocketnow Weekly 059, pre-IFA edition

Sorry Apple, larger phones are a growing portion of Indian smartphone sales

Advertisement<p>8 Comments<p>Apple(s aapl) hasn’t yet made a dent in India’s growing smartphone market, perhaps because of pricing, but also because it …

Pocketnow Weekly 059: IFA 2013 speculation-fest

It’s the show that kicks off the fall season in consumer electronics and mobile technology, and we’re going to be there, as always, to cover it. But …

Galaxy Note 3 accessories suggest release on AT&T, Sprint and Verizon

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Samsung<p>Samsung isn’t planning to announce the Galaxy Note 3 until next week, but you can already buy accessories for it …

Zendrive lands $1.5M to quantify how we drive

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit: Flickr / epSos.de<p>We have apps that tell us where to drive, advise us what to see on the way and even help us to avoid …

You can now be held liable for texting a driver in New Jersey

Just about everyone knows that sending texts while driving is an incredibly bad idea, but a New Jersey court has just decided that not only drivers should be held liable for texting-related accidents. According to a just-released opinion from a New Jersey court of appeals, someone who <i>sends</i> a text …

Flurry to US app developers: Think global or die

The U.S. may be king of the apps now, but it’s slowly losing its crown.<p>Mobile analytics company Flurry’s latest dataset suggests that the US’s grip on the global app market is slipping. Flurry draws its insights from a few numbers:<p>In 2011, 45 percent of the roughly 350,000 apps Flurry scanned were …

Qualcomm trolls MediaTek's octa-core tech with not-so-subtle video (updated)

When MediaTek announced that it would be producing true eight-core mobile processors later this year, we knew it was only a matter of time before its main rival Qualcomm chimed in. As illustrated by a set of guitar amplifiers, the San Diego gang explains that while they rebuild their CPU cores for …