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  • News: Corporate-owned vs. employee-owned mobile devices

    If an employee walked into work one day clutching his shiny new iPhone, iPad, Android or other mobile smartphone or tablet, wanting to use it for official corporate business, would you say yes?

  • News: Tech arguments: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry OS vs. Windows Phone

    Right now the mobile operating system wars have only two main combatants: Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

  • News: E-wallet vs. traditional wallet: Electronics trump the leather

    Will the day come when you will routinely leave the house every day without your leather or faux-leather wallet? You bet, at least for many folks.

  • News: Wired network edge vs wireless edge

    A survey by WLAN vendor Meraki in June found that for the first time smartphones and tablets like the Apple iPhone and iPad have overtaken computers on Wi-Fi networks. The finding highlights the argument over how much wired LAN infrastructure companies need, or should have when users' connection expectations are for reliable wireless.

  • News: Sony books 2Q loss as TVs, PlayStation weigh on profits

    Sony said Wednesday it booked a deep loss during its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, and now expects to be in the red for the entire year, weighed down by poor sales of its TVs and the strong yen.

  • News: iOS market share leaps in October

    The launch of the iPhone 4S coincided with a seven percent growth in the market share of iOS, according to figures from Net Applications.

  • News: GarageBand comes to the iPhone and iPod touch

    Apple has released a new version of music creation app GarageBand compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch.

  • News: Sony books 2Q loss as TVs, PlayStation weigh on profits

    Sony said Wednesday it booked a deep loss during its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, and now expects to be in the red for the entire year, weighed down by poor sales of its TVs and the strong yen.

  • News: Sony launches digital binoculars with 3D recording

    Sony has released a new pair of digital binoculars that include Full HD (1080p) video recording. The Sony DEV-5 binoculars are capable of 20x magnification and in addition to recording 2D video can capture stereoscopic 3D footage (at 1080i) and still images, and record stereo sound.

  • News: Windows Phone tipped to rival BlackBerry by 2016: Ovum

    The Asia Pacific enterprise smartphone market is set for a shakeup over the next five years, with analyst firm Ovum predicting that Windows Phone handsets will make up 25 per cent of sales by 2016.

  • News: iPhone to debut on C Spire's network next week

    Last month, C Spire Wireless announced it would join the ranks of wireless carriers offering iPhone 4S coverage in the U.S. On Tuesday, the regional carrier announced that the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 will be available on its network Friday, November 11; it also unveiled cellular pricing plans for Apple's smartphones.

  • Opinion: HTC Takes Top Spot in U.S. Smartphone Market

    HTC has taken the lead in the U.S. smartphone race. According to research firm Canalys, HTC had a stellar third quarter, claiming more than a quarter of the U.S. market, and shipping more smartphones than either Apple or Samsung.

  • News: Google aims to help businesses make better mobile websites

    Google is launching a new initiative called GoMo aimed at helping businesses build websites for the mobile age.

  • News: Gmail app for iOS 'on the way'

    Google is about to launch a Gmail app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, it has been claimed.

  • News: HTC now top U.S. smartphone vendor

    HTC's strategy of flooding the U.S. market with lots of devices and hoping some of them hit is really paying off.

  • News: Fake iPads 'flood the market'

    Fake iPads are flooding the market as scammers look to make a quick buck out of Christmas shoppers looking for a bargain.

  • News: Remains of the Day: No tricks, just treats

    With another acquisition, Apple now has more maps than my dad’s glovebox. (Scary!) Meanwhile, the company may allow in-store purchases coming FROM INSIDE ITS APP, its engineers are investigating the spoooooky mystery of depleting iPhone 4S batteries, and a couple more iOS technologies may show up on the Mac like, uh, free candy. Okay, look: The remainders for Monday, October 31, 2011 are getting a bit too old for trick-or-treating.

  • News: Tech to Watch in 2012

    We saw a lot of great gear in 2011, but we can think of some other stuff that we're itching to play with in the next 12 months.

  • News: Google+ App for Android Gets Major Overhaul

    Google revamped its Google+ Android app Monday sprucing up the social network's mobile front door with a cleaner interface, more functions, and a promise of improved battery life. The Android app (now Version 2.1) is available for download at Android Market.

  • News: Twelve South PlugBug combines MacBook, iPad chargers

    Frequent travelers will welcome the arrival of Twelve South's newest accessory, the PlugBug. An add-on for your MacBook's power brick, the PlugBug allows you to charge a USB device--such as your iPhone or iPad--while simultaneously charging your laptop.



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