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  • News: iPhone 5: Apple staff told to cancel holidays

    Staff at Apple UK have been told to cancel their holiday plans for the first two weeks of October, it has been claimed.

  • News: iPhone 5 MIA as 10 Million Samsung Galaxy S IIs Ship

    Samsung has managed to ship more than 10 million Galaxy S II Android smartphones even before hitting the U.S. market, while Apple’s iPhone 5 remains just a rumor. Samsung released the phone in global markets five months ago, but its arrival in the U.S. is expected to clash with the launch of the iPhone 5.

  • News: iPhone 5 launch announcement 'to be held at Cupertino'

    Apple will unveil the next-generation iPhone at a launch event held on its own Cupertino campus, according to a report.

  • News: Oracle, Google will hold third settlement conference

    Oracle and Google will engage in another attempt to settle their lawsuit over alleged Java patent and copyright violations in the Android mobile OS.

  • News: Amazon Kindle Tablet: Android Tablet or eReader on Steroids?

    Amazon is expected to unveil its Kindle Tablet at a press event in New York on Wednesday. From what we know so far about the device, it seems like it might be the first tablet rival capable of really competing with the Apple iPad. Based on the size and use of the Kindle brand, though, it is reasonable to wonder whether the Kindle Tablet is a true tablet PC, or just a Kindle with some tablet features.

  • The Sony RDP-V20iP Circle Sound iPhone speaker

    This unusual circular dock from Sony offers more than just a quirky design.

  • News: Samsung Omnia W launches low-cost Windows Mango phone

    Samsung has launched the Omnia W, its first smartphone based on Windows Phone 7.5, also known as Mango. The phone is aggressively priced at about €310 before taxes and subsidies, following in the footsteps of HTC's Radar.

  • How-Tos: How to activate call waiting on a BlackBerry

    The call waiting feature on mobile phones means that users who are already using their handset for a conversation will be alerted, usually by a series of beeps, if there's another person trying to call them at the same time. We show you how to activate the function on a BlackBerry.

  • News: Android: King of the Smartphones

    The smartphone war this year has been won definitively by Android, which is expected to maintain a wide lead through 2015, according IDC data.

  • News: Huawei unveils new Honor smartphone with long battery life

    Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Huawei announced a new Android smartphone that the company says has a battery life of up to three days on a single charge.

  • News: KDDI accelerates smartphone shift, stays mum on iPhone

    KDDI, Japan's second-largest mobile operator, on Monday announced a new range of smartphones, accompanying services, and a low-cost pricing plan, but stayed mum on whether it would offer Apple's new iPhone next year.

  • News: LightSquared to defend project in open letter in newspapers

    LightSquared said late Sunday that it planned to run the next day in major newspapers in the U.S. an open letter explaining its position over the controversy surrounding its LTE (long-term evolution) network, particularly concerns about its interference with GPS (global positioning system).

  • Opinion: Android Users: Advice To Protect Your Phones

    Android smartphone users can take some commonsense precautions to protect their personal data from being stolen -- important advice considering an app developer purports to know how to take the information in under 60 seconds.

  • News: Weekly Wrap: Fear, Photos, and 'Flix

    Each week, we're faced with an impossible task when we try to round up the best Macworld stories of the week gone by--because everything we publish is, as you'd expect, pretty great. But we've made a series of Sophie's choices, and we're proud to offer you this roundup of articles worth clicking on, if you missed them earlier this week. And heck, if you already read them once, they're even better the second time around.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Mirror, mirror on the wall

    This week's iPad-case roundup shows that the Smart Cover has had a profound impact on the way case vendors design their wares. Instead of trying to replace the Smart Cover, a growing number of manufacturers are creating protection that integrates with Apple's cover, addressing its flaws and enhancing its functionality.

  • News: Google Wallet rollout going "kind of slow," Google rep says

    Google Wallet has run into technical glitches during its rollout, although the extent of the problems is not clear.

  • How-Tos: How to: Choosing the right wireless broadband provider

    Now that the major players are launching their 4G networks, it might be time for businesses to look at what improvements they can get from their mobile broadband providers. We take a look at what's on offer.

  • News: Fast Five: This week in IT

    Your wrap of the top Australian ICT stories this week.

  • News: Windows Phone 7, Day 21: "Mango" Does Multitasking--Mostly

    30 Days With Windows Phone 7: Day 21

  • News: Seven free network apps for rooted Androids

    Did you root your Android-based smartphone or tablet, or are you thinking about it? Well, here are seven free network-related apps that take advantage of the superuser permissions. In this list, you'll discover apps that help with the network configuration and security of your device, apps to do sharing and sniffing on networks, and apps that demonstrate network hacking and security risks.


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