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  • Video: Video: RIM plans BlackBerry music service

    RIM is planning to launch a BlackBerry music service, but the company doesn't plan to compete with other services such as Spotify and iTunes.

  • News: Microsoft readies app submission process for Mango

    Microsoft will release a detailed overview of the Mango app submission process later on Tuesday, the company said in a blog post, as it prepares to release the first major update to Windows Phone 7.

  • News: Recession fears lead Apple to scale down iPhone orders - report

    Sources in the iPhone supply chain of iPhone claim that Apple has scaled down orders for handset parts and components.

  • News: Apple issues iOS 5 beta 6

    Apple has released the sixth beta of the forthcoming mobile operating system, as well as new iTunes, Apple TV Software and iWork for iOS betas

  • News: Apple 'owns' tablet supply chain, others can't compete

    Apple is making it impossible for other tablet manufacturers to do business because it has exclusive rights to the latest and greatest technology breakthroughs. As a result, HP wasn't able to compete with Apple in the tablet market, according to a report.

  • News: 4G LTE code found in iOS 5 beta

    4G LTE test code has been uncovered in recent beta builds of iOS 5

  • News: iOS 5 beta 6 jailbroken

    Just two days after it was issued, hackers have jailbroken the latest beta of iOS 5

  • News: iPhone 5 battery leak

    iPhone parts supplier TVC Mall has posted images of what it claims to be iPhone battery, camera lens, and earphone audio jack flex cable.

  • News: Apple orders key iPad 3 components - report

    Apple has ordered key components such as chips and display panels for the next generation iPad, according to inside sources.

  • News: RIM unveils three new BlackBerry Curve handsets

    Research in Motion (RIM) has unveiled three new smartphones in its BlackBerry Curve range.

  • News: Glassboard takes social networking private

    Sharing, as many of us we were taught back in kindergarten, is caring. But especially in this new age of social networking that shouldn't mean you should have to share with--or care about--everybody all the time. Sepia Labs's new iPhone app, Glassboard, is aimed at giving users the ability to share information with just certain people.

  • News: Best Buy gives away iPhone 3GS in one-day special

    U.S. electronics retailer Best Buy is giving away two-year-old iPhone 3GS smartphones to customers who sign up for a long-term contract with AT&T, the chain's website announced today.

  • News: The decline, further decline and collapse of webOS

    WebOS wasn't really a bad operating system; it was more just an operating system that never had a purpose.

  • News: Nokia updates N8 camera functionality

    In a blog post today, Nokia has introduced an optional beta version of an update to the camera app on Nokia N8. If you've got Symbian Anna installed you can get the update from here.I downloaded the .SIS file to my computer, connected my N8 via USB cable and copied the .SIS file to the N8, then tapped on the .SIS file on the N8 with the File Manager and it installed. A restart of the N8 and the new Camera App appeared.

  • News: Microsoft pursues webOS devs, offers free phones

    Taking advantage of HP's departure from the tablet and smartphone market, Microsoft has offered webOS developers free phones, tools and training to create apps for its Windows Phone 7 platform.

  • News: How to join the gold rush for mobile apps

    As demand surges for apps to run on iOS, Android and whatever operating system will power the next wave of smart mobile devices, companies are facing a dearth of mobile development talent. For IT professionals with programming skills, that gap represents a fresh opportunity to embark on a career makeover.

  • News: 'It's Alive!' Says HP Exec of WebOS

    HP may be out of the tablet hardware business but, it's holding on to its software presence in the market. "The WebOS is not dead," declares Stephen Dewitt, senior vice president of Palm, which is owned by HP.

  • News: Anonymous Plans Second BART Protest

    The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) warned San Francisco area passengers of possible service disruptions on Monday afternoon because of a second protest planned by hacker group Anonymous. The demonstration, dubbed OpBART, is scheduled to start at around 5 p.m. on BART's Civic Center station platform, which is the same place as ">last week's public outcry.

  • News: Skype Makes Play for Mobile Group Messaging with Acquisition

    Skype announced it will acquire GroupMe, a group messaging smartphone app for Android, iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows Phone 7 that lets you create group texts, make conference calls, and share photos and your location. This is the second acquisition for Skype this year after buying video streaming service Qik in January.

  • News: Patent protection advocate calls for help in hindering Nortel patent sale

    The leader of the Open Invention Network has put out an all-call to help it fight the pending sale of Nortel's patent portfolio to a consortium of vendors led by Apple and Microsoft. Keith Bergelt, CEO of OIN, wants developers and users to step up and share their viewpoints and stories with the Department of Justice investigating the sale. The pending sale is currently under regulatory approval but the group hopes to close the deal in the third quarter.



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