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  • News: Managing Mobile Devices: 10 Lessons Learned, via Forrester

    Modern CIOs and their IT department face a new, complex set of mobile device security and manageability challenges as employees bring in their various smartphones and tablets to the workplace, and as additional devices are rolled out across the enterprise.

  • News: Only one new iPhone this year - analyst

    Apple will only launch one new iPhone this year, according to one analyst, not two models as others have claimed.

  • News: Sony Tablet S gets Android 3.2 update

    Sony Tablet S owners who bought the 9.4in screen Android slate over the last few days will find an update is ready for download. The Sony Tablet S went onsale in the UK on 16 September. The update will ready the Android tablet for use with the soon-to-launch Sony Network Entertainment Services

  • News: Apple will keep ruling the tablet market, says Gartner

    Anyone hoping for a scrappy underdog to knock the iPad off its perch as the world's top tablet will have to wait a long time, says analyst firm Gartner.

  • Opinion: 'World's Smallest Camera' Goes on Sale

    Hammacher Schlemmer now sells what it claims to be the world's smallest camera for $100. The miniature digicam is small enough to rest on a finger, measuring 1.125 inches long, 1 inch wide and 1.062 inches deep.

  • Opinion: Mechatronic Security Robot Is Remarkably Formidable

    I’m constantly amazed by the creativity that goes into the random things I find on the Internets, and this bad-ass robot built by the Beatty Family is no exception. This isn’t your ordinary security bot, no sir; rather, it's an armored beast weighing in at 45 pounds that can defend itself with a mounted turret capable of firing 1,000 plastic or metal pellets a minute.

  • News: Al Gore refers to 'new iPhones' coming in October

    Al Gore, former vice-president of the US and Apple board member, has seemingly confirmed that there will be more than one new iPhone launched in October.

  • News: First look at Apples Hong Kong retail store

    With Apple generally recognized as the world's number one brand, it was only a matter of time until thopened a flagship store in a city obsessed with brands and brand-culture: Hong Kong. The media were permitted a quick peek inside the silicon emporium (officially dubbed the "Apple Store ifc mall") before its grand opening this Saturday. The iconic logo, a monochromatic silhouette of a stylized piece of fruit, now faces shoppers browsing Hong Kong's iconic mall—IFC One—while an outward-facing twin faces the famed Hong Kong skyline and a reclamation site soon to house Hong Kong Government offices.

  • News: Stevie Wonder sings Steve Jobs' praises

    Musical legend Stevie Wonder took time to heap praise on Steve Jobs and iOS devices at a surprise appearance in Los Angeles last weekend, according to reports.

  • News: Al Gore Says New iPhones to Launch in October

    Apple board member and former Vice President Al Gore says new iPhones (plural) are coming out in October, appearing to confirm a long-standing rumor about the next iPhone. Gore made reference to the rumored new Apple smartphones on Wednesday during a speech at the Discovery Invest Leadership Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa. The former VP was giving a public talk on environmental issues when he said, "Not to mention the new iPhones coming out next month. That was a plug," according to several people who heard the speech, as well as a recording of the event that PC World was given brief access to.

  • Video: Video: how to take out an eBook from your local library

    ...in the US at least. Thousands of libraries across the US can now loan ebooks through Amazon. They can be delivered to your phone, iPad, Kindle or PC/Mac and are free with your library membership. Check your local library for more details.

  • News: Amazon launches Kindle e-book library lending

    Amazon has launched a new service that will allow US-based Kindle users to borrow ebooks from 11,000 libraries around the country.

  • News: Nokia's interim CTO gets permanent status

    Nokia's acting Chief Technology Officer Henry Tirri is to stay on in the role, after his predecessor Rich Green left the company on Thursday following three months leave to deal with a "personal matter."

  • More Hannspree Animal TVs spotted in the wild

    Hannspree has form with cute animals hiding TVs underneath their fur. They must be popular: a new range featuring somewhat less cuddly creatures has recently been unveiled. The 19in TVs have DVB-T tuners for Freeview viewing

  • Pipetto launches new iPad and iPhone cases

    Pipetto, nominated for the Macworld Entrepreneur Award 2010, has just launched a new collection of luxurious handmade British covers for the iPad 2 and iPhone.

  • News: iPhone 5 to be announced on 4 October

    The iPhone 5 will be announced at a special Apple event on 4 October, according to a report.

  • News: Report: Japan KDDI to sell iPhone 5 from next year

    KDDI, which runs Japan's second-largest mobile carrier, will offer the iPhone 5 from early 2012, ending Softbank's monopoly of the device in Japan, the country's largest business newspaper reported Thursday.

  • Opinion: Facial Recognition: Facebook Photo Matching Just the Start

    The Internet was in an uproar earlier this year following Facebook's launch of facial recognition software for its photo services, enabling users to identify their friends in photos automatically--and without their permission. Though critics described that move as creepy, the controversial technology may now be on the verge of widespread use.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Gorey details

    Does Al Gore hold the key to the next iPhone? Should we trust predictions of an early October Apple event? Will Sprint get the iPhone 5 before T-Mobile? These questions and more, addressed in a humorous fashion in the remainders for Wednesday, September 21, 2011.

  • Opinion: You Can Now Borrow Kindle Books from Libraries

    In a surprise move Wednesday, Amazon announced that 11,000 libraries throughout the United States are now able to loan books to Amazon Kindles. While libraries have been able to lend e-books to readers for some time now, this is the first time they've been able to do it in the Kindle format.



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