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Windows Phone 8 users plagued by poor battery life and random reboots – and my top selection of links

November 20, 2012

A lot of exciting stuff today, from people like Paul Otellini and places like Israel.

Right, why don’t we get started. All the links:

– HTC’s Droid DNA makes sacrifices in the name of pixel density – “Enlarge / The HTC Droid DNA has a gorgeous screen, but it makes serious compromises to accommodate it” – [arstechnica.com]

– “A Palestinian woman inspects the rubble of her destroyed house after an Israeli airstrike in the eastern part of Gaza City on Monday” – [Israel steps up targeted attacks in crowded Gaza – worldnews.nbcnews.com]

– “A reader in show biz writes in with a puzzle: His iCloud attachments aren’t coming through — perhaps by Apple’s design By Robert X” – [Hollywood whodunit: What’s eating emails in iCloud? – www.infoworld.com]

– Mobile Plays A Growing Role In Cyber Monday Shopping [Infographic] – “A total of almost $1.25 billion was spent on Cyber Monday in 2011″ – [readwrite.com]

– After failing in mobile, Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini is out May 2013 – “Today, Intel announced that CEO Paul Otellini would be replaced in May” – [9to5mac.com]

– “Windows Phone 8 users plagued by poor battery life and random reboots – Windows Phone 8 users plagued by poor battery life and random reboots November 18, 2012 By Andrew Kalinchuk Windows Phone 8 users are rushing to support forums to describe and complain about random reboots, freeze ups, and draining batteries that spoil their enjoyment of the HTC 8X and Nokia Lumia 920″ – [www.digitaltrends.com]

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