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Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II Coming to AT&T April 8

Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II Coming to AT&T April 8
News from PC Magazine:

AT&T today announced the pricing and availability of two highly anticipated new Windows Phones, the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II.

The Lumia 900 will be available for preorder starting March 30 in AT&T stores and online. It will initially be available in either matte black or cyan blue, along with a newly announced high-gloss white version launching April 22.

The 900 is the third device in Nokia’s Lumia portfolio, following the Lumia 800 overseas, and the Lumia 710 for T-Mobile. Though the Lumia 710 was met with mostly lukewarm reviews, the Lumia 900 is more like a mix of the better-received Lumia 800 and the No…………… continues on PC Magazine

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HTC Signs Patent Deal With Intertrust, Takes 20 Percent In SyncTV Subsidiary
News from TechCrunch:

Another development in the evolving technology patent game: HTC today becomes the latest Android handset maker to join forces with Intertrust Technologies Corporation to license the company’s patents, largely around digital rights management. Others that have agreements with Intertrust include Samsung, Motorola and Huawei.

At the same time, HTC has taken a 20 percent stake in SyncTV, a subsidiary of Intertrust, for an undisclosed amount. SyncTV is a cloud-based video service that works on a number of platforms, including Android, Windows Phone, Xbox, iOS and Internet-enabled televisions.

Intertrust is terming this as a “broad strategic technology partnership.” The company, to date, has mainly developed technologies and licensed patents in the areas like distributed computing, including cloud-based services, as well as digital rights management, and here its Marlin DRM software will be used “to protect and manage content in various national video distribution ecosystems in Japan, China and Europe.”

The SyncTV part of the agreement, on the other hand, might be…………… continues on TechCrunch

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