Wyatt said one reason Motorola hasn't added NFC to devices yet is because it adds cost and bulk to the smartphones. And since there hasn't been a burning desire from customers for the mobile-payment functionality, the company has held off including it in its devices. But part of the issue may also be that operators aren't yet sure they want NFC-enabled devices on their networks. For example, even though the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has an NFC chip built in, Verizon has disabled the functionality on the device. There are reports that an unlocked Galaxy Nexus on AT&T can use Google Wallet. The reason Verizon disabled the chip is that the carrier also wants a cut of the mobile-payment business. And Google Wallet doesn't really allow for that. Verizon and other wireless operators are working on their own digital wallet through a joint venture known as Isis.
Still, Wyatt said that Motorola will introduce NFC handsets in the "not too distant future.", As radio city music hall with holiday tree, new york city, new york iphone case for those Ice Cream Sandwich updates on existing Motorola smartphones, consumers will just have to wait, Motorola's Christy Wyatt says that hardware is a much more limiting factor in getting speedy Android updates to market than the software Motorola layers onto its Android devices, Why does it take so long for Motorola to update its smartphones with the latest Android OS updates? Blame it on the hardware, said Christy Wyatt, vice president and general manager for Motorola Mobility's enterprise business unit..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Amazon's Kindle Fire, which launched last year, immediately became a retail hit. Stifel Nicolaus analyst Jordon Rohan said last month that Amazon likely sold 6 million Kindle Fires during the fourth quarter, up from his initial estimate of 5 million Kindle Fire unit sales. Despite those strong sales, they were no match for Apple's iPad 2. During the fourth quarter, Apple sold 15.43 million iPads, jumping 111 percent over the prior year.
Here's Amazon's new commercial, Amazon doesn't mention the iPad by name, but Apple's tablet makes an appearance, and it's no secret which competitor it's referencing, Is the Amazon Kindle an iPad competitor? A new commercial makes Amazon's opinion clear, Amazon tries to show the advantages its radio city music hall with holiday tree, new york city, new york iphone case devices have over Apple's iPad, The commercial's setting--outdoors on a sunny day at a beautiful resort--helps illustrate the company's point that its Kindle e-reader lacks the screen glare found in Apple's iPad 2 in a similar setting, And when asked about the price of owning not one or two, but three Kindles, the woman who owns them in the ad says that "together, they're still less than that."..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Samsung has come out of hiding and announced that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will maybe probably definitely not be coming out at Mobile World Congress later this month, and neither will it arrive in March. "The successor to the Galaxy S2 smart phone will be unveiled at a separate Samsung-hosted event in the first half of the year, closer to a commercial availability of the product," Samsung told us. Looks like we've still got a wait ahead of us, folks.
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