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  • News: Canonical to expand Ubuntu for smartphones, tablets

    Canonical plans to expand its Ubuntu Linux distribution so it could be used on smartphones, tablets and other touch interface consumer electronics, said Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth.

  • News: Ditch iTunes Forever With Spotify

    If you're annoyed by Apple’s iTunes, you may finally have a path to freedom.

  • Video: Video: iPad controlled tank in action

    The Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank is WiFi-controlled toy for iPad and iPhone users.

  • News: IBM opens up smartphone, tablet support for its workers

    IBM has embraced the growing 'bring your own device' trend by allowing its employees to buy and use their own smartphones and tablets for work tasks, said IBM's CTO for mobility, Bill Bodin.

  • News: Sprint, Clearwire may help drive LTE convergence

    Cooperation between Sprint Nextel and Clearwire on LTE should help to bring two versions of that technology together, leading to increased device choices and roaming opportunities for subscribers in developed markets.

  • News: Remains of the Day: The board of Avon

    An Apple board member faces scrutiny at her own company, Apple throws another log on the open-source fire, and the Siri-based Apple TV set may listen a little too well. The remainders for Friday, October 28, 2011 are so ready for the weekend.

  • News: Six revolutionary products, as told by Isaacson's 'Steve Jobs' biography

    At Apple’s companywide memorial event for Steve Jobs, new Apple CEO Tim Cook emphasized Jobs’s direct involvement in six revolutionary products: the Mac, the iPod and iTunes, the iPhone, the iPad, Apple the company, and Pixar. Walter Isaacson’s authorized biography Steve Jobs touches on all these topics; here are closer looks at Jobs’s direct involvement with each, straight from Isaacson’s book. We’ll start with the company Jobs built.

  • News: Apple Passed Up By Samsung as World's Top Smartphone Manufacturer

    A report on Reuters reveals that Apple has now been passed up by Samsung as the world's leading manufacturer of smartphones. The article notes during the period of July of this year to September, Samsung's mobile phones have experienced tremendous growth with a 44 percent increase in shipments.

  • News: Google TV to Get Big Update

    Google is updating its Google TV service this weekend adding support for Android apps optimized big HDTV screens and polished how is discovered through the software. The new version of Google TV is expected to be automatically downloaded users next week.

  • News: iPhone 4S goes on sale in 22 more countries

    As promised during October's iPhone 4S press event, Apple has now expanded its newest smartphone's global reach. On Friday, the iPhone 4S went on sale in 22 additional countries, bringing the device's total to 29 countries around the world, with more to come.

  • Opinion: Samsung Passes Apple in Smartphone Shipments

    Apple's position in the catbird seat for global smartphone shipments has been short-lived. Just a scant three months ago, the maker of the iPhone knocked Nokia out of the top spot. Now Samsung and its lineup of Android smartphones are top dog.

  • Opinion: iPhone 4S, iPad 2 Get Rudimentary iOS 5 Jailbreak

    Two weeks after the release of the iPhone 4S, a member of the iPhone Dev-Team has discovered a "very preliminary" jailbreak for iOS 5 running on the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2, according to iClarified, via TechCrunch.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Oct. 28

    The iOSsphere hungers for news about iPhone 5. It can't let go of LTE, and new images of what the Next iPhone will look like again rear their Photoshopped pixels. Contemplating a quad-core mobile processor causes swooning.

  • News: Windows Phone Apollo: What We Know So Far

    With Windows Phone Mango showing up in new smartphones and rolling out to old ones, it's time to look ahead to the next big update to Microsoft's mobile operating system, code-named Apollo.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Enterprise IT, smartphones boost tech earnings

    Third-quarter earnings reports from major tech vendors continued to pour in this week, confirming upbeat trends for enterprise software and emerging markets but mixed results for hardware and components.

  • News: PC Advisor's most commented stories of the week – October 28th 2011

    It's been a busy seven days in tech with plenty of issue to get our readers riled up

  • Feature: Rusbridger: 'why The Guardian website will remain free'

    In a wide-ranging interview, Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger gave David Price, editor of iPad and iPhone User, an insight into his own digital life, and how he feels technology has changed the newspaper industry.

  • How-Tos: How to watch Sky on a PC

    Digital TV means there's much more to watch on TV than when Brits just had access to the five (or in some cases four if you lived in an area where it was impossible to pick up channel five) terrestrial channel.

  • News: Apple employees number more than 60,000

    Apple has a total of 60,400 full-time employees worldwide, according to a form filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • News: iPhone scammer jailed for eight months

    A man has been jailed for eight months for his part in a scam where iPhones were fraudulently obtained from Orange stores around the UK.



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