Microsoft removed the ability to create ad-hoc networks in the most recent version of Windows. If you’re still looking for a way to share your computer’s Internet connection with your mobile device, Sharon Vaknin has a solution. http://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV?feature=watch
Research In Motion Ltd. takes the wraps off its long-awaited mobile operating system and two new smartphones Z 10 & Q 10
Chief executive Thorsten Heins told reporters testing and certification of the 4.2 inch BB Z10 and the physical keyboard BB Q10 by the four major U.S. carriers has been “a rather lengthy process.” The company is expected to launch “the mother of all marketing campaigns” for BB10, a process that could draw on RIM’s cash horde of more than $2.3 billion at the end of its last quarter.
While there’s no firm date on the Q10, Heins said he hopes it will be available by April. Have a look! — What do you think?