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by boilednut (#37029930) Attached to: Verizon Cracks Down On Jailbreak Tethering
On AT&T's network at least, the iPhone, even jail-broken ones typically, sends its tethering traffic to a different APN (AT&T access point). Making it very easy to detect when an iOS device is tethering unofficially. Android doesn't segregate its tethering traffic like iOS -- which makes it much more cost prohibitive to detect its tethering traffic; consequently, because of this, and because the number of Android devices on AT&T's network is dwarfed by that of iOS devices, it's likely that Android devices will be excluded from the crack down.
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mystikkman (1487801) writes "In the latest patent suit to hit the smartphone industry, Apple is suing Samsung, alleging the Galaxy line of phones and tablets infringe on a number of the company’s patents. “Samsung’s Galaxy Tab computer tablet also slavishly copies a combination of several elements of the Apple Product Configuration Trade Dress,” Apple says in its suit, noting that Samsung’s tablet, like Apple’s uses a similar rectangular design with rounded corners, similar black border and array of icons. Apple previously sued HTC over Android. If Samsung is found infringing on the software, all the Android OEMs could be vulnerable."
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Engadget: Motorola Atrix: another look (video)->

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Every CES there's something so alluring that we can't help going back for seconds (or thirds). This year it happens to be the Motorola Atrix, which is undoubtedly our gadget of the show, and which Myriam already put together an in-depth hands-on for. We've been using every excuse we can to swing past Motorola's booth "on our way" to other stuff on the show floor, and we finally broke down and went in for another hands-on. Check out our video walkthrough after the break, which hopefully should help explain the transition the Atrix can make from phone to desktop to laptop to set-top box. And please excuse our enthusiasm.

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Motorola Atrix: another look (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 09 Jan 2011 21:07:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Motorola's new Atrix 4G and Droid Bionic speed will raise the bar in smartphone performance later this year. Will consumers jump for the speed bump? Tablets may have defined the geeky gestalt of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, but the show will ...
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Hands-on: Motorola's Atrix Android phone leads secret double life as a netbook
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Motorola unveiled its new Android-based Atrix 4G smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas. The device has extremely impressive hardware specifications and a strong ...
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Ars Technica: Hands-on: Motorola's Atrix Android phone leads secret double life as a netbook->

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Motorola unveiled its new Android-based Atrix 4G smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas. The device has extremely impressive hardware specifications and a strong feature set, but its most compelling characteristic is the ability to provide a desktop-like computing experience when it is docked in a unique netbook shell.

The Atrix 4G handset uses NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, has 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 5MP rear camera with LED flash, a front-facing VGA camera, a fingerprint reader for secure unlocking, and a 4-inch display with a resolution of 960x540a nice boost over the usual WVGA resolution that is common in high-end smartphones. It's a GSM handset that will be launching in Q1 with AT&T.

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A complete guide to the Motorola Atrix, a phone + laptop
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We go in-depth with the Motorola Atrix phone and laptop docking peripheral at CES. It's one of our favorite new products of the show. Check it out! CES has been full of tablet PCs and 3D devices, but few of them really stand out or solve a problem. ...
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Engadget: Gaming on the Motorola Atrix laptop dock... upside down->

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The Motorola Atrix is definitely one of the more impressive devices to launch at CES this year, but we've been wondering how stable that laptop dock is -- if the phone is prone to falling out it's really not much use at all. Well, worry no more -- we just watched a Moto rep boot up Need For Speed: Shift while docked up, and in addition to playing the game normally, he flipped the whole rig all the way over to show off how tightly the phone is docked. Video below.

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Hands-on photos of Motorola's Atrix 4G smartphone and dock
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We got a chance to check out Motorola's exciting new Atrix 4G smartphone at CES. The Atrix is one of the most powerful smartphones to hit the US market with a dual core 2 GHz processor capable of browsing the web at twice the speed of most competitors. ...
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