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  • News: Gartner Tablet Forecast Oddly Overlooks Microsoft

    Research firm Gartner omits Microsoft from a recent four-year tablet forecast after predicting a Windows Phone 7 surge for the same time period. But can a smartphone succeed today without a tablet counterpart?

  • News: AT&T cuts data cost on pre-paid plans

    AT&T announced big price cuts for pre-paid data plans on Tuesday and said its first GoPhone smartphone for pre-paid customers, the LG Thrive, will go on sale April 17

  • News: Amazon to sell discounted Kindle

    US customers will be able to buy a Kindle for $25 less than the usual asking price if they are prepared to endure adverts while they read.

  • News: Cisco to shutter Flip camera business

    Cisco reportedly plans to shutter its Flip videocam business in a restructuring of its consumer operations following a disappointing string of quarters.

  • News: HTC adds dual-core Sensation smartphone to its lineup

    HTC's latest smartphone, the Sensation, has a dual-core 1.2GHz processor from Qualcomm that holds the promise of faster graphics and is due to ship in Europe in the second quarter, the company said at an event in London on Tuesday.

  • News: Intel sets up MeeGo research center with China's Tencent

    Intel is establishing a joint innovation center with Tencent, one of China's largest Internet firms, to develop products and services around the chip maker's MeeGo mobile operating system and devices using its Atom processors.

  • News: Nokia launches two phones running an updated Symbian OS

    Nokia launched an updated version of its Symbian^3 mobile operating system on Tuesday, along with two phones running the software, the X7 and the E6.

  • News: Intel hints at another new tablet chip, called Cloverview

  • News: Closing Symbian code won't have much impact

    Nokia's recent decision to close the source code for its Symbian smartphone OS likely won't affect most application developers or consumers.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Next time, on Biography

    The authorized biography of Steve Jobs will make its way to shelves next year--will carbon-fiber-encased Macs be close behind? Elsewhere, RIM wonders why nobody pays attention to it after it's yelled "Look at me! Look at me!" at the top of its lungs, and Microsoft's new app store takes a page from somewhere or other. The remainders for Monday, April 11, 2011 are hot off the presses.

  • News: Amazon introduces ad-supported Kindle with Special Offers

    How much difference does $25 make? Apparently enough for Amazon to release a separate, ad-supported version of its third-generation, Wi-Fi-only Kindle ( Macworld rated 4.5 out of 5 mice ) for $114 instead of $139 for the standard version.

  • News: Despite new Flash Builder, still no Flash for iPhone, iPad

    Adobe's coming updates to its Flash Builder and Flex cross-platform software development tools, announced Monday, don't do anything to address the exclusion of the Flash Player from Apple's iOS products.

  • News: The Android How To Guide: Tutorials, Tips, and Updates

    From free software downloads and expert tips and tricks, to device reviews, news and insider commentary, we offer you our guide to help master your Google Android device--updated regularly by CIO.com's mobile maestro Al Sacco.

  • News: Persona 4 anime announced

    The official series follows in the footsteps of Persona 3 spin-off and will be on Japanese TV in the coming months.

  • News: Creative Suite 5.5 Proves Adobe Can Adapt and Evolve

    Adobe is unleashing Creative Suite (CS) 5.5. The number after the decimal point indicates that this is an incremental update, but CS 5.5 includes a number of impressive improvements and tools that make it feel more like a major release. At the same time, CS 5.5 shows that Adobe has no intention of fading away any time soon.

  • News: Apple store opens in York - save 10% on new Macs

    Apple Premium Reseller Stormfront is to open a store in the heart of York city centre Saturday 16 April

  • News: 10 useful Android apps for IT pros

    Good news for network administrators, tech support staffers and other IT pros who use Android smartphones: There are hundreds of Android apps designed to help you get your work done faster, better and -- best of all -- remotely. Do a little searching and you'll find tools that enable you to remotely access desktops, monitor servers, tether your laptop to your phone and more. And the vast majority of these tools are free.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Mix and match

    Welcome to another edition of our iPad case roundup, where we scour the deepest recesses of the Internet to bring you the latest protective accessories for your beloved tablet! This week's batch includes some cases that are definitely off the beaten path, some that were designed for the serious iPad owner, and some that are built for maximum protection. As always, there's a little for everyone--tuck in and enjoy!

  • News: AirPort's AirPlay private key cracked

    The private key used to secure AirPlay wireless media streams has been cracked, enabling third-party hardware and software to play iTunes content.

  • News: Google acquires music sync company PushLife

    Google has acquired Canadian mobile application developer PushLife, the companies said Monday.



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