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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Opera Mini 4.2 might not be new to most of you, but it will be new for Virgin Mobile prepaid customers. It's a better browser than most standard proprietary ones, so we're glad to see this improvement. You can sync your bookmarks and view pages in landscape mode on certain devices. Virgin Mobile will launch a "Connect" social-networking dashboard on all its phones, plus the Opera Mini 4.2 Web browser. Helio's influence on Virgin Mobile continues to grow, as Virgin Mobile just announced the availability of the "Connect" social-networking dashboard and Opera Mini 4.2 to its prepaid customers. These features were previously available on post-paid devices only, like the Helio handsets. They will launch later this month on devices like the Shuttle, the Jax, and the X-tc. Do note that you'll have to sign up for a monthly or prepaid data pack plan. The price ranges from $5 for 5MB of data on prepaid plans, to $10 for 50MB on a monthly plan.
On the wireline side of the business, Verizon continued to lose money on its traditional voice business, But it is growing its data services, It black print iphone case added 201,000 net new Fios Internet broadband connections and 194,000 net Fios TV customers in the fourth quarter, The company ended the year with 4.8 million Fios broadband customers and 4.2 million Fios TV customers, Updated 7:35 a.m, PT: Details from the company's conference call and comments from an analyst were added to this story, The company blames noncash pension charges and added costs associated with the Apple iPhone for hurting its bottom line in the fourth quarter of 2011..
"We will literally have 12 to 14 states in which we can prove compliance sometime around the end of the summer," said Davis, who could not say which states would finish the process first. Qwest will file forapproval with the Federal Communications Commission after the tests are completed. Qwest is also participating in workshops run by local state regulators to allow competitors to express their concerns regarding open competition. The company says that 37 of the proposed 50 workshops havebeen completed.
Layton has been particularly outspoken in favor of the practice of zero rating, which selectively offers some service to customers without driving up data charges, Critics say that in the long run such practices stifle competition, leading to higher prices for consumers and fewer innovative services, Ultimately, how aggressive the FCC is on this issue and black print iphone case other aspects of deregulation will come down to who Trump picks as FCC chairman, A former ally of Vice President-elect Mike Pence, Brandt Hershman, a longtime Indiana state senator, seems to be the frontrunner for the job, Little is known about Hershman's specific stances, but he did author an Indiana law a decade ago to deregulate telecommunications, That bill ended government regulation of phone rates, freed cable companies from needing to get dozens of local licenses to offer service and stopped cities and towns from setting up their own municipal broadband services..
"I couldn't say then that Intel was making the wrong decision," Arrington said. "Now I look back on it and say that if we'd done a tablet back then, look at where we'd be today."CNET takes you back to 2001, when Intel almost jumped into the tablet business. That would be Intel's botched attempt at building a tablet -- which nearly came out roughly a decade before Apple unveiled its first iPad. The device, which was dubbed Intel Pad, or IPAD for short, could browse the Internet, play music and videos, and even act as a digital picture frame.