Motorola posts strong third quarter earnings

Motorola had a strong third quarter, with net revenues at $3.3 billion, up 11 percent from the third quarter in 2010. Its mobile device revenues were 20 percent higher than the 2010 third quarter, up to $2.4 billion.

Revenue estimates just missed Wall Street expectations, which were $3.4 million

Motorola’s earnings of $0.12 per share doubled the Wall Street estimate, but was below the $0.13 per share it earned in the third quarter of 2010.

Here’s the press release:

LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. – Oct. 27, 2011 – Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) today reported net revenues of $3.3 billion in the third quarter of 2011, up 11 percent from the third quarter of 2010. The GAAP net loss in the third quarter of 2011 was $32 million, or $0.11 per share, compared to a net loss of $34 million, or $0.12 per share, in the third quarter of 2010. On a non-GAAP basis, the net earnings in the third quarter of 2011 were $35 million, or $0.12 per share, compared to net earnings of $38 million, or $0.13 per share, in the third quarter of 2010.

Total cash at the end of the quarter was $3.3 billion and includes cash, cash equivalents and cash deposits. Operating cash flow was $25 million for the quarter.

Details on non-GAAP adjustments and the use of non-GAAP measures are included later in this press release and in the financial tables.

“Our third quarter revenues in Mobile Devices increased by 20 percent, driven by continued strong growth in international markets. With the recent launch of our iconic Motorola RAZR™, we now have several 4G LTE devices in our portfolio. Our Home business is creating innovative solutions for our customers, taking leadership in the transition to all-IP networks, and delivering solid levels of profitability,” said Sanjay Jha, chairman and chief executive officer, Motorola Mobility. “We are also excited about the proposed merger with Google and continue to make progress to close this transaction.”

Operating Results

Mobile Devices net revenues in the third quarter were $2.4 billion, up 20 percent compared with the year-ago quarter. The GAAP operating loss was $41 million compared to an operating loss of $43 million in the year-ago quarter. The non-GAAP operating loss was $15 million compared to operating earnings of $3 million in the year-ago quarter. The company shipped a total of 11.6 million mobile devices, including 4.8 million smartphones and approximately 100,000 Motorola XOOM™ tablets. In the third quarter of 2010, the company shipped 9.1 million mobile devices, including 3.8 million smartphones.

Mobile Devices highlights:

Announced global launch of the iconic, ultra-thin RAZR smartphone, featuring sculpted glass face, diamond-cut aluminum accents, KEVLAR® fiber and vibrant 4.3-inch super AMOLED Advanced display.
Announced award-winning Motorola ATRIX™ 2, offering enhanced entertainment experiences with dual-core processor, full 1080p video capture and free app for music and pictures.
Unveiled MOTOACTV™, the new lightweight, wearable fitness performance tracker and smart music player rolled into one. Sync MOTOACTV with your PC so you can check out the music you perform to best, or track your workouts over extended time periods, set goals and even create workout competitions with your friends via the MOTOACTV Web Portal.
Shipped DROID BIONIC™, combining dual-core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, 4.3-inch qHD display and webtop application with 4G LTE speeds.
Rolled out 4G LTE upgrade to existing Motorola XOOM customers to enhance the tablet experience with faster speeds and connections, and announced the Motorola XOOM Family Edition tablet, preloaded with family-friendly software including KidZone by Zoodles and MotoPack by Motorola.
Home segment net revenues in the third quarter were $825 million, down 10 percent compared with the year-ago quarter. GAAP operating earnings were $54 million, compared to $49 million in the year-ago quarter. Non-GAAP operating earnings were $77 million, the same as in the year-ago quarter. Set-top shipments were down 3 percent compared to the year-ago quarter.

Home highlights:

4Home software platform chosen to power Verizon’s new Home Monitoring and Control service in North America for the smart, digital home.
Introduced family of advanced video processing technologies to drive bandwidth efficiency and video quality in the European market, including the SE-6000 video encoder and the ST-6000 transcoder.
Expanded Internet Protocol (IP) growth and leadership in Russia, extending IPTV set-top rollout with leading telecom provider, Vimpelcom Ltd.
Selected by Henan Cable to deliver Video On Demand and Network Digital Video Recording services to its 3.6 million subscribers in China, using M3 Media Server family.
Merger Update

On Aug. 15, 2011, Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. and Google Inc. announced a definitive agreement for Google to acquire Motorola Mobility. The transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both companies and is subject to customary closing conditions, including various regulatory approvals, and the approval of Motorola Mobility’s stockholders. Motorola Mobility will hold a special meeting of stockholders on Nov. 17, 2011, to seek stockholder approval of the proposed merger with Google. The record date for determining the stockholders entitled to vote at the meeting is Oct. 11, 2011.

Antitrust clearances will be required in the U.S., by the European Commission, and in Canada, China, Israel, Russia, Taiwan and Turkey. Regulatory filings have been submitted to the appropriate regulatory body in each of these jurisdictions. In the U.S., Motorola Mobility and Google have each received a Request for Additional Information and Documentary Material (commonly referred to as a “second request”) from the Department of Justice.

Subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including antitrust clearance, the transaction is expected to close by the end of 2011 or early 2012. The failure to meet the closing conditions or other factors outside of our control could delay the transaction or prevent the companies from completing the merger.

Third quarter 2011 GAAP results include approximately $18 million of expenses attributable to the planned merger. These costs are included in Other Charges on the income statement. Third quarter results presented on a non-GAAP basis exclude these expenses.

For more information on the proposed merger, please visit http://investors.motorola.com.

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Inside Sprint’s major iPhone gamble

Reuters get the facts behind Sprint’s massive iPhone deal today.

Turns out that Sprint has paid Apple at least $15.5 billion (with a “B”) over the next four years to carry iPhone. Sprint also said it could need as much as $7 billion (again with a “B”) in new financing to cover a cash shortfall creApple iPhone 4Sated by the iPhone commitment. That new money would go towards building out its planned 4G/LTE network.

Verizon is already covering nearly 200 million Americans with the fast 4G network and AT&T has already started deploying its network, though it lags well behind Verizon.

Sprint said it does not expect the benefits from iPhone to exceed its costs until 2015. It also said it was negotiating a new deal with majority owned Clearwire Corp, its biggest client. Clearwire shares closed up 19.5 percent.

Sprint, whose market capitalization is $7 billion, estimated the “net present value,” or present value of anticipated profits from the contract, at $7 billion to $8 billion over the next four years.

To get iPhone, Sprint is paying Apple about a 40 percent higher subsidy, or $200 more per phone, than it does for other providers. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse thinks it’s worth it, noting in a conference call that the iPhone is selling in record numbers for Sprint.

 

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Nokia exec: Lumia Windows phones will smoke iPhone 4S (video)

In an interview with Microsoft blogger Ben Rundolph, Nokia’s senior marketing VP Jo Harlow reveals high expectations for her company’s first two Windows phones, the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800, that will launch next year.

Said Harlow:  “Yeah, the iPhone is simple to use. iPhone has a beautiful design. [The Nokia Lumia 800] is a gorgeous design, but the integration of the UI sets this apart. It is by far the best experience….And then, keeping in mind that the majority of us work, this is a great consumer smartphone but it’s a fabulous phone for business. The email application and the Office applications are better than the same applications implemented on Android, and certainly on iPhone. So, everything I want is there — it is easier, it is faster and it is a hell of a lot more fun.”

The Lumias have launched in Europe but won’t come to the U.S. until next year.

Man, we can’t wait to see them. Can you?

Official press release after the videos.

London, UK – At Nokia World, the company’s annual event for customers, partners and developers, Nokia demonstrated clear progress on its strategy by unveiling a bold portfolio of innovative phones, services and accessories, including the first smartphones in its Windows Phone-based Nokia Lumia range. The stunningly social Nokia Lumia 800 brings content to life with head-turning design, Nokia’s best social and Internet experience, familiar Nokia elements, such as leading imaging capabilities and new signature experiences. The colorful and affordable Nokia Lumia 710 is a no-nonsense smartphone that brings the Lumia experience to more people around the world.

Nokia also launched four new mobile phones which feature stylish design, a rich social experience and location-aware technology. The Nokia Asha 300, Nokia Asha 303, Nokia Asha 200 and Nokia Asha 201 blur the line between smartphones and feature phones, offering QWERTY and touch screen experiences, combined with fast and easy access to the Internet, integrated social networking, messaging and world-class applications from the Nokia Store.

“Eight months ago, we shared our new strategy and today we are demonstrating clear progress of this strategy in action. We’re driving innovation throughout our entire portfolio, from new smartphone experiences to ever smarter mobile phones,” said Stephen Elop, Nokia President and CEO. “From the Nokia Lumia 800 to the Nokia Asha 201, we are bringing compelling new products to the market faster than ever before. I’m incredibly proud of these new devices – and the people of Nokia who have made this happen.”

“Since Nokia’s major strategic shift only eight months ago, the company has found a new energy. It has provided substantial improvements to Symbian, managed to differentiate on Windows Phone and it continues to build on its strong portfolio in mobile phones,” says Pete Cunningham, Principal Analyst, Canalys. “Nokia is delivering on its pledges, and is clearly demonstrating its path to future success.”

The first Nokia Lumia smartphones
First two smartphones based on Windows Phone introduce a range of new experiences designed to make everyday moments more amazing.

Nokia Lumia 800
The stunningly social Nokia Lumia 800 features head-turning design, vivid colors (cyan, magenta and black) and the best social and Internet performance, with one-touch social network access, easy grouping of contacts, integrated communication threads and Internet Explorer 9. It features a 3.7 inch AMOLED ClearBlack curved display blending seamlessly into the reduced body design, and a 1.4 GHz processor with hardware acceleration and a graphics processor. The Nokia Lumia 800 contains an instant-share camera experience based on leading Carl Zeiss optics, HD video playback, 16GB of internal user memory and 25GB of free SkyDrive storage for storing images and music. The estimated retail price for the Nokia Lumia 800 will be approximately 420 EUR, excluding taxes and subsidies.

Both smartphones include signature Nokia experiences optimized for Windows Phone, including Nokia Drive, which delivers a full-fledged personal navigation device (PND) with free, turn-by-turn navigation and dedicated in-car-user-interface; and Nokia Music introducing MixRadio, a free, global, mobile music-streaming application that delivers hundreds of channels of locally-relevant music. In an update delivered later this year, Nokia Lumia users will also gain the ability to create personalized channels from a global catalogue of millions of tracks. Also integrated in Nokia Music is Gigfinder, providing the ability to search for live local music for a complete end-to-end music experience, as well as the ability to share discoveries on social networks and buy concert tickets also coming in the Nokia Music software update delivered later this year.

Completing the ultimate mobile audio offering, Nokia also introduced the on-ear Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset by Monster and the in-ear Nokia Purity Stereo Headset by Monster, co-designed and co-developed by Monster, a recognized leader in high performance audio. Both products provide a fresh listening experience and are the first output of the exclusive long-term partnership between Nokia and Monster, intended to introduce a range of premium audio accessories to reflect the outstanding quality and bold style of the Lumia range.

The new Nokia Lumia 800 is now available in select countries for pre-order on www.nokia.com and is scheduled to roll-out across France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK in November, with 31 leading operators and retailers providing unprecedented marketing support in those first six countries. It is scheduled to be available in Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan before the end of the year, and in further markets in early 2012.

Nokia also announced its plans to introduce a portfolio of products into the US in early 2012 and into mainland China in the first half of 2012. In addition to the existing products, which include coverage for WCDMA and HSPA, Nokia also plans LTE and CDMA products to address specific local market requirements.

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Apple TV with Siri is coming in 2013

The New York Times reports today that Apple will finally release the long-awaited Apple-branded television in 2013.

Apple TV–or iTV, as we think it’ll be called–will feature the Siri-based voice functionality that has been a big hit on the new iPhone 4S.

In his new autobiography, the late Steve Jobs told biographer Walter Isaacson that he had finally figured out an elegant way to reinvent TV. The Times purports that Jobs wasn’t necessarily talking about rebuilding the TV, but getting rid of the remote control by using Siri:

Apple engineers and designers, spurred by Mr. Jobs, have been struggling for years to find a new interface for the television. One of the biggest hurdles, according to people with knowledge of the project, has been replacing the television set’s annoying best friend: the awkward and confusing remote control. Apple would give people a way to choose the content on their television that is as easy as choosing the content on their iPod, iPhone or iPad.

Alternative remote ideas floated by Apple included a wireless keyboard and mouse, or using an iPod, iPhone or iPad as a remote. None of these concepts worked. But there was one “I finally cracked it” moment, when Apple realized you could just talk to your television.

On iPhone 4s, Siri can read text messages, send text messages by voice and perform many tasks like letting the user know what the weather is like or even scheduled and move meetings. On a TV connected to the Internet, Siri could — potentially — search for websites, YouTube videos, launch content from iCloud. It could play back your TV content via DVR, schedule recordings. Add in other Apple services like FaceTime video calling and even iMessage, and the iTV box or iTV hardware could be a major seller. And couldn’t this be baked into the current Apple TV, too, for users who weren’t willing to shell out thousands for a  new set?

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New book offers tips to keep kids safe from cyber traps

Cybertraps for the youngVermont-based attorney Frederick Lane has written a new book, “Cybertraps for the Young,” ($24.99), which offers insights into what parents need to know to keep their kids safe online. His book details the various ways kids today are “using and misusing smartphones and the Internet,” often to their detriment.

“It goes far beyond simply the time kids spend texting on their cell-phone, playing on Facebook, or watching videos on You Tube,” he writes. “There are more and more cases of electronic harassment and cyber-bullying, illegal downloading and sharing of music, film, and video on peer-to-peer networks, predators in chat rooms, sexting, cheating, plagiarism, defamation, libel and slander, and a variety of internet addictions, the sharing of sensitive personal and financial information, and identify theft, computer fraud and hacking.”

Below is the extended press release:

 New Book Release: Expert offers tips on protecting children from cyber traps

We are addicted to our technology. Children in particular effortlessly navigate complicated menus, rapidly master the intricate seeming nuances of the latest electronic devices, and nimbly text, tilt, and click away their time happily.

But not all is well in this amazing wonderland. In fact, it has become a dangerous playground filled with risks, dangers, and hazards for the unwary.

Frederick Lane, attorney, forensic computer expert and author of the new book, Cybertraps for the Young, says that the risks of the technologies are many and continue to evolve.

Lane’s book is an eye-opening look at how today’s youth are using and misusing smart phones and the Internet in unforeseen ways and with terrible consequences.

“It goes far beyond simply the time kids spend texting on their cell-phone, playing on Facebook, or watching videos on You Tube. There are more and more cases of electronic harassment and cyber-bullying, illegal downloading and sharing of music, film, and video on peer-to-peer networks, predators in chat rooms, sexting, cheating, plagiarism, defamation, libel and slander, and a variety of internet addictions, the sharing of sensitive personal and financial information, and identify theft, computer fraud and hacking.”

Youth are easily addicted and even become seduced by the digital devices. They are unable to stop checking in on friends, focusing on the latest developments instead of focusing on the real things like sports and homework. The can find quickly and inadvertently themselves communicating with others inappropriately, spending excessive time and money, downloading illegally, or wandering into the seamy, dark and even dangerous places that exist in cyberspace.

The gadgets make it so easy. Added to this, parents have little real knowledge or understanding about what their children are doing until it is too late.

Cybertraps for the Young grew out of Lane’s research and work as an expert witness in litigation. It takes the mystery out of the technology and describes the risks drawing on contemporary news reports and legal cases.  He also spells out what parents can do to take affirmative action, protect their children and maintain maximum control of their life.

One key for parents to getting control is to ask themselves several simple, straightforward questions before buying a child the latest electronic gadget:

What kinds of information can the device or software collect or distribute?
Can it be used to communicate with others, and if so, how?
How much data does it store, and where?
Can you child change the device’s capabilities without your knowledge/
Can you monitor your child’s use of the device, and if so, how?

A huge key practical issue is the monitoring. Short of surgically attaching yourself to you r child, (not generally a good idea), it’s impossible to know everything they’re doing online. How much monitoring is appropriate depends on your child’s maturity, and that of his or her friends, the amount of free time available, whether you’ve noticed or witnessed any disturbing changes in behavior. Fortunately, the forms of communication most likely to be problems can be monitored.  For example:

  • Your mobile phone company can be asked to provide you with copies of all texts your child has sent or received in the last month.
  • With instant messaging, some services allow all messages to be recorded electronically.
  • There is an ever increasing variety of third party software available that can monitor, record, and capture online activity and send updates to your mailbox.

“There is such a thing as too much sharing,” lane says. “The answer to avoiding cybertraps is to train yourself and your children to remain in control of your information, time, your attention, and how you manage communications”. His book is filled with tactical advice and proven strategies for protecting children from the hazards presented by technology Here are some of the valuable recommendations he provides:

  • Don’t stop educating yourself. Keeping pace with the changes is a serious challenge but it is one that can be achieved by staying aware of what’s available, by investing a small amount of time, by asking the right questions, and learning what it takes to steer children past the cybertraps. Talk to your child, visit a few key websites, do some online searches and educate yourself.
  • Learn and understand the impact of technology on your child. Be aware of how much time your child spends with the technology and what he or she is doing with the technology.  Be the one to decide when it’s time for the child to take a break make sure the break occurs. Make sure you understand that the time a child spends texting is usually in addition to TV time. Be aware of how much time is spent on the phone.
  • Don’t let computers and technology out of ‘common spaces’. The location of the family home computer should not be in the child’s bedroom. It should be where everyone can use it and see what it is being used for. Even if you give your child a computer, make sure you retain super-user administrative access to the entire machine. Do not allow for electronic privacy. Make sure the child knows, understands and accepts that you have the right and the expectation to see anything and everything on the computer at any time. .Understand that there is no pleasant resolution to a conflict of wills. You must monitor and be able to assure yourself that your child is not doing inappropriate or illegal things online.
  •  Install surveillance software and conduct frequent inspections. At the end of the day, children and children and parents are parents, the children must fully understand the consequences of abusing the rights that will be fully granted to them when they become adults. Parents must be just as careful with technology as they are careful about giving children knives, letting them ride bicycles, or drive automobiles. A smart phone or a laptop computer can become a dangerous instrument in the hands of an immature or misbehaving child.  Surveillance of a child’s use of electronic devices in a parent’s responsibility. Taking appropriate action for misconduct is the best course of action a parent can take.
  • Focus on what they do, not how they do it. It doesn’t really matter whether a child is a cyber bully by means of a laptop, a cell phone or an xBox 360 console, or instant messaging. The issue is not the technology, it is the behavior and use that gets the kids into trouble. The main objective is to teach and educate children about the appropriate use and the boundaries and rules of behavior. Some rules and lessons are not very complicated-don’t take pictures of people without their permission, or don’t be mean to friends or classmates, or don’t take or spread personal or embarrassing information. But others are much more complicated and require more structured education and guidance: intellectual property theft, identify theft, computer hacking, online purchases, sexting and sextortion. The basic approach is to work with your child to create a household code of conduct that can evolve and grow as your child matures and technology continues to improve.
  • Get full access, passwords and full friend status.  You must be able to actually see what your child is posting online. Condition the use of the technology with open acceptance and agreement for full access at any and at all times. If you encounter resistance, then be prepared to deny your child the privilege of using the electronic devices. Realize that of course, the period of greatest resistance, middle school through high school, coincides with the period when children are at the greatest risk of falling into one or more of the cybertraps.

The bottom line is that children need to understand the specific cybertraps that exist and how to avoid falling into them.  Remember that supervising is not stalking. Be the one friend that they can trust.  Open up channels to communicate with other important people in the community.  Network with friends, other parents, teachers and the administrators in school district. Learn the policies and laws in your area.  Your child may not like it, but have a down to earth heart to heart conversation with them and set appropriate limits on the use of electronic devices.  Make your boundaries and enforce them.

 

 

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New DirecTV iPad app offers live streaming, promising features

DirecTV iPad appAfter a few hours with DirecTV’s new updated iPad app, which brings live streaming to the device, color us impressed.

But we’re also hungry for more.

Simply put, the app adds immeasurable value to the current DirecTV app that lets you program recordings, use DVR controls and change channels via the iPad. The interface reminded us a lot of the Apple TV, replete with DVD style box covers for available programs.

With live TV streaming apps for iPad coming from Time Warner Cable and Cablevision, satellite customers from DirecTV had to have been feeling a little left out in the cold. Not anymore.

DirecTV now has you covered with 38 channels broadcasting live to the iPad from HD DVRs, so long as you’re over your home WiFi connection. After updating the app this morning, I took it for a test drive.

I was able to watch a replay of Sunday’s Falcons-Lions game on NFL Network. I was able to watch CNN Live on the iPad and MSNBC on the TV. I have a pretty good WiFi connection at home, thanks to two piggy-backed Apple Time Capsules, and I was able to walk across the street and still watch programming (hello, not missing the game anymore while the kids are outside playing and the wife puts me on watch-’em duty). Picture quality was excellent after a short buffering period.

The app is undoubtedly cool, but there are no over-the-air networks and no movie channels there. What would make this awesome would be if you could, say, watch the Fox football game on TV and check out the CBS game on the iPad. DirecTV says it plans to add more channels.

Ultimately, if you could get the full menu of your subscribed channels, having this app would be like adding a TV in any room where you didn’t have one.

It would also be nice if you could access recorded programming via the app from your DVR. DirecTV Nomad offers a similar technology, plus it allows you to download programming to your mobile devices to watch anywhere.

A couple final observations: The programming as viewed on iPad has about a 30-second delay from what you’re looking at on TV, which was no big deal. and if you’re watching something on iPad and you want to move it to the big screen in front of you, you can simply swipe upwards on the iPad screen and the receiver will switch to that channel. Nice.

DirecTV iPad app at a glance:

  • Watch live TV on your iPad
  • Control your TV with a tap
  • Create lists of your favorite channels
  • Track your favorite teams with real-time scores
  • Get detailed show info<
  • Record shows to your DVR
  • Browse movies on one screen

Here is a list of channels you can stream live today.

Fox News Fox Soccer Discovery
CNN NHL Network SyFy
msnbc BTN TLC
Planet Green Tennis Channel FX
CNBC TNT NBA.TV
Fox Business Network USA Lifetime
AUDIENCE Network Cartoon Network Bravo
Hallmark Channel HGTV Animal Planet
Speed History Nat Geo
MLB Network TBS Science
Versus (NBC Sports Ntwk) Food Network Biography Channel
Golf Channel Univision Travel Channel
NFL Network A&E

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Apple issues update for iPhoto 11

Apple has issued an update for its iPhoto 11Apple iphoto 11, which updates to version 9.2.1

The update addresses issues that could cause the software to quit on Macs with a certain plug-in installed as well as improves compatibility with iCloud and iOS5.

From the notes:

 

What’s New in iPhoto 9.2.1
• Addresses an issue that could cause iPhoto to quit unexpectedly on Macs with the 3ivxVideoCodec plug-in installed

Included in version 9.2
• Addresses compatibility with iCloud and iOS 5
• Left and right swipe gestures can now be used to navigate between photos in Magnify (1-up) view
• Previously imported photos are now displayed in a separate section of the Import window
• Book/calendar themes and card categories can now be selected using a pop-up menu in the carousel view
• Resolves an issue that could cause some pages of books to print incorrectly
• Rebuilding a library now correctly preserves saved slideshows and books

The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto ’11.

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Verizon says 4G LTE now covers 186 million Americans

Verizon proudly announced that it’s ahead of schedule in its race to cover Americans with 4G LTE service. AT&T currentlyVerizon Wirelss logo has five markets on board with plans to add about 10 more before the end of the year.

Sprint plans to launch its network in mid 2012.

Here is the press release:

Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Network Now Covers More Than 186 Million Americans

Less than a year ago we introduced our 4G LTE network to the nation, rolling it out in 38 cities with coverage available to 110 million Americans. At that time we announced an aggressive goal of bringing our 4G LTE network to more than 185 million Americans by the end of 2011.

On Thursday, Oct. 20, we turned on our 4G LTE network in 22 new markets including Green Bay, Wis. and Buffalo, NY. With these new cities we tipped the scale and I can now officially, and proudly, say that we have surpassed our goal. Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network covers more than 186 million Americans from coast to coast.

With two months still left in 2011, we have no plans to slow down. Thirteen more cities, including Kansas City, Mo. and Roanoke, Va., will have access to Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network on Nov. 17. That will bring our total market count to 178 for the year, with December still to be announced.

To coincide with the rapid expansion of our 4G LTE network, we’ve steadily introduced an array of 4G LTE-enabled devices, ranging from notebooks and netbooks; to hotspots and modems; and tablets and smartphones. With our two newest devices, the DROID RAZR™ by Motorola and Samsung Stratosphere™, we now offer consumers 15 4G LTE-enabled devices to choose from.

We’re excited to lead the market in the deployment of 4G LTE technology and look forward to continuing to set the pace.

Stay tuned in November and December for additional 4G LTE announcements!

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Motorola to release devices to support Android 4.0 six weeks after software released

On its Twitter account, Motorola says it will have devices to support the new Android 4.0 software, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, six weeks after Google releases it.

There’s no word on when the current Motorola devices might get the upgrade to the much improved software but we’d be willing to bet the house that new Motorola Razr will be among the first to support it.

Click here for a rundown on Android 4.0

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“Social Network” writer to pen Steve Jobs biopic?

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Sony, which acquired the rights to the Steve Jobs film, is quickly green-lighting the project. Quoting a source, the L.A. Times says Sony is working with writer Aaron Sorkin, who wrote “Moneyball” and the FacebAaron Sorkinook movie “Social Network” to write the new movie.

The “Moneyball” and “Social Network” writer was said by the person to be considering the prospect but had made no decisions. Sony and a Sorkin representative declined to comment on the writer’s potential involvement.

Sorkin is known for penning stories about the lives of fiercely smart, if difficult, figures, of which Jobs certainly was one. Isaacson’s take on the late executive as someone whose penchant for “magical thinking” was both a great advantage and a fatal liability seems particularly suited to a Sorkin script, as does the detail about Jobs’ biological father, whom he met unwittingly at a Silicon Valley restaurant.

The movie, whenever it comes out would seem to have a built-in audience. CBS’ “60 Minutes” show Sunday, which included a segment on Jobs, earned ratings up 47 percent in the coveted 18-49 demographic compared to the week prior.

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