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  • News: Apple disputes Kodak's patent ownership claims

    Apple has disputed accusations of patent infringement made against the company by troubled camera-maker Kodak, saying that it actually owns the patents in question.

  • News: Apple concession to open in Harrods?

    Apple may soon have a presence in one of the world's most famous stores, a report has claimed.

  • News: Why Apple must manufacture abroad

    It isn't just lower labour costs that are behind Apple's decision to have most of its products manufactured in the Far East, according to a new report.

  • News: RIM's New CEO: 5 Takeaways

    Research in Motion announced late Sunday the appointment of a new CEO as the BlackBerry maker struggles to regain relevance in a smartphone world increasingly dominated by iPhones and Android devices. Former co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie are passing the reigns to the company's former co-COO Thorsten Heins, who worked with Siemens AG before joining RIM in 2007. To show off its new leader, RIM on Sunday issued a seven-minute video featuring Heins talking about himself, RIM's current situation, and the company's future.

  • News: RIM's new CEO wants to focus more on consumers

    RIM's new CEO, Thorsten Heins, wants the company to improve its product development while also becoming better at marketing, he said during a conference call on Monday.

  • News: RIM's new CEO: How Thorsten Heins can get started

    You've just been given the chance to run the only maker of smart phones and tablet devices that's no longer considered trend-setting or innovative and whose previous track record has created huge expectationson the part of your shareholders and customers. Congrats!

  • News: Meet RIM's new CEO Thorsten Heins

    Research in Motion Sunday night announced a change of leadership, with insider Thorsten Heins taking over the CEO reins from co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie.

  • News: Intel Launches New Push Into Mobile

    Intel moved to defend its turf -- and possibly its future stability -- by inking deals to supply next-generation Atom chips to smartphone makers Motorola and Lenovo. (Insider, registration required.)

  • News: Move to Digital: Lose Your Unwanted Books

    Ever since I received an ebook reader over the holidays, I’ve wanted to clear out as much of my physical library as I can to replace it with digital editions.

  • Opinion: Use an OTA Tuner to Turn Your PC into a TV and DVR

    Recently I've heard from a number of users who are looking for a way to cut that pricey cable-TV cord, but don't want to give up on watching and recording their favorite network shows.

  • News: Sony announces next-generation image sensors for smartphones, digital cameras

    Sony said Monday it has developed new technology for the tiny imaging chips that power cameras in portable devices, which will allow for clearer photographs while using less space and cutting manufacturing costs.

  • News: LTE spectrum: How much do the big carriers have?

    Spectrum has always been an important resource for wireless carriers, but with the dawn of true 4G LTE mobile broadband, carriers' need for large spectrum portfolios has grown even larger.

  • News: Thorsten Heins takes over as CEO at Research In Motion

    Research In Motion's co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have quit after a tumultuous period at the company, which saw intense competition, and a long services outage at the maker of the BlackBerry.

  • News: Thorsten Heins takes over as CEO at Research In Motion

    Research In Motion's co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have quit after a tumultuous period at the company, which saw intense competition, and a long services outage at the maker of the BlackBerry.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Chapter and verse

    One textbook CEO pins all the glory on Steve Jobs, Samsung pins its hopes on an anti-iPhone ad, and one attorney pins the blame for a stolen computer on Apple itself. The remainders for Friday, January 20, 2012 are on pins and needles.

  • News: Enable iTunes Home Sharing on Macs and iOS devices

    These days there are plenty of households with more than one Mac, plus any number of iOS devices. But maybe you'd like to have access to all the media you store on your Mac on your iOS device or on one of the other Macs in your home. You could sign up for iTunes Match, but if you don't want to pay the $25-per-year fee and you're only interested in streaming over your local network, maybe iTunes Home Sharing is all you need. Here's how to set it up.

  • News: LG X3 Tease Shows Quad-Core Phones on the Horizon

    Quad-core smartphones didn't have a strong showing at CES, but now the teasers are starting to trickle in.

  • Opinion: How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 4S and iPad 2 via Absinthe A5

    NOTE: Naturally, greenpois0n is getting smashed on traffic right now, but here's a fully working Absinthe A5 mirror link.

  • News: Just Mobile's AluPen Pro stylus is a beauty for businesses

    See how the AluPen Pro compares to other styluses: Check out our in-depth iOS stylus charts.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Enterprise spending helps mixed quarter for tech

    There were weak spots in the last quarter of 2011 for sector bellwethers Google, IBM, Intel and Microsoft, but corporate demand for technology appeared to remain resilient going into what is expected to be a year of slower growth for global IT spending.



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