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Stories You May Have Missed – January 21, 2011

Today was certainly a hectic day in the world of technology to say the least. We’ve compiled a list of TechnoBuffalo’s top headlines for today to help you make sense of it all.

1. Are You Ready for the Verizon iPhone?

The first advertisement for the Verizon iPhone 4 came out today along with details about how FaceTime will work on the carrier’s network. Are you disappointed that you have to be around a Wi-Fi hotspot to video chat with your friends? Are you going to shell out some cash to get your hands on the Verizon iPhone?

Verizon’s First iPhone Ad Hits The Airwaves
No FaceTime Over Verizon Network

2. Does Google Want to Help You Save Money?

After Google failed to follow through with buying out Groupon, the Internet’s leading money-saving site, the technology monolith has opted to launch its own competitor to the service. Will it float or flounder?

Google To Launch Groupon Competitor

3. Shocking Report: Music Labels Don’t Like Piracy

Record labels believe that they have found a way to stop digital piracy of music. They want to combat instant gratification by allowing listeners to get…instant gratification.

Labels To Combat Music Piracy

4. 12 Years of Waiting; We Finally Have a Release Date

Duke Nukem Forever has been in development for over a decade and now it appears as if the game might actually get released. Slated to come out on May 3rd, the much-anticipated title was originally announced in 1997.

Duke Nukem Forever Releases On May 3rd

5. Free Stuff from AT&T

According to AT&T, the company will help the “top 7.5 percent of 3G wireless customers identified as likely to experience poor in-building coverage at home or in small offices” by offering free MicroCell Devices. Click the link below for the details.

AT&T Offering Free MicroCells To Some Customers

6. Samsung Vibrant Gets Its Froyo on

T-Mobile is finally pushing out the Android 2.2 update to the Samsung Vibrant. I believe that our very own Noah Kravitz said it best when he addressed Google, saying, “Get it together with your hardware and carrier partners and make Android updates a service, not a mystery shrouded in an enigma.”

T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant Units Finally Receiving Android 2.2


Jack McGrath

Rooted in his childhood obsession with dismantling and reassembling gizmos and gadgets around the house, Jack McGrath's knowledge of programming,...

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