Archive for January 2012
As the world welcomed the New Year or prepared for their New Years Eve celebrations, News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch decided not only would he make himself more accessible to the public, he would create himself a Twitter account.
You would be forgiven for thinking that Murdoch’s account, @rupertmurdoch, was a fake account; it has the default Twitter icon and the eight posted tweets on his account are ‘different’, to say the least.
However, the account has already been given Twitter’s stamp of approval, having been verified, and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey (and former employee Piers Morgan) have already welcomed the media mogul to the service:
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Samsung has announced that it has reached 1 million Galaxy Note units shipped. As we all know, that doesn’t necessarily means the same number sold — however, that’s still an impressive figure for a device as powerful and somewhat controversial as the Note.
In related news, the Korean company said their smartphone/tablet will hit the U.S. shores at some point next year. If I had to guess, I would say that we’ll see this powerful device announced by some carrier (maybe even more than one) at the upcoming CES in Las Vegas. In that sense, we’ve already heard AT&T may launch the LTE-enabled version, which is awesome.
Now I’m eager to hear – are you going to be one of the first ones to get the Samsung Galaxy Note when it’s released in the States? Or is it too big of a phone and too small of a tablet for you?