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Samsung Galaxy S II LTE getting bite of Ice Cream Sandwich

The 4G LTE version of Samsung's popular phone is finally on the receiving end of the latest update to Android 4.0. [Read more]...

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Lenovo LePhone S899t with ICS reportedly in the works for China Mobile

According to a recent leak on Chinese site PConline, Lenovo's reportedly working on an Ice Cream Sandwich slab with China Mobile said to be on the receiving end of the delivery. Currently known as the LePhone S899t, this handset's allegedly friendly with the carrier's TD-SDCMA 3G network, while it's also said to feature a...

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T-Mobile to Scoop Android 4.0 Update to HTC Sensation 4G

After a number of delays and a bit of finger-pointing, T-Mobile is ready to issue Android 4.0 to the HTC Sensation 4G. [Read more]...

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HTC EVO 4G LTE Lightning Review: The Phone That Would Be King (But Isn't)

HTC's new line of phones is kinda, like, the best. The One S (on T-Mobile) is good. The One X (on AT&T) is very, very good. The latest addition is the EVO 4G LTE. Can it hang with its brothers? More »...

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One Year Post-Launch, E La Carte Has Put 20,000 Of Its Tablets In 600 Restaurants Worldwide

It’s been a year since E la Carte launched its customized tablet for restaurants, which brings menus, wine lists, nutritional info, play-while-you-wait games, and payment options tableside, and now the company has new numbers to reveal. This time last year, there were around 20 restaurants using the tablet; today there are now over 600, including national chains Pizzeria Venti and Umami Burger, as well as Faz Restaurant Group in the San Francisco Bay Area and Classic Restaurant Concepts in Boston. In total, there are around 20,000 tablets in 20 U.S. states, and seven countries worldwide. The company, if you’re unfamiliar, makes a 7-inch tablet they call “Presto,” which includes a digital touchscreen menu with photos and detailed descriptions, plus games and a built-in credit card reader. The tablet is also ruggedized for heavy use, offers a 20-hour battery life, and whose usage is provided on a subscription basis. According to founder Rajat Suri, the average usage is at 150,000 users (annually), and its adoption is increasing by 50% month-over-month. And the El la Carte team has grown, too, from 5 to 35 people over the past year. “People sometimes think that restaurants are slow to move,...

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