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  • News: Apple aims to stop 'App Store' being used by others

    Despite losing a legal battle to stop Amazon using the term 'App Store', Apple has turned its attention to other software download stores in a bid to stop the phase being used.

  • How-Tos: How to play music on an Android device

    Android is a great platform for mobile communications, but it's also designed from the ground up to offer a rich multimedia experience. Your Android device is jam-packed with features that let you manage and play your digital music in a variety of ways.

  • How-Tos: How to access iTunes on a Google Android device

    BlackBerry owners have support for iTunes built in, but users of other mobile platforms aren't so lucky. For Android handsets, doubleTwist is a mobile app that lets you access anything in your iTunes library for playback on your phone. Download it from doubletwist.com and allow it to access the Registry.

  • News: iOS update coming to fix PDF vulnerability

    Apple has promised a fix for an vulnerability in the way that iOS handles PDF documents that enables users to wirelessly jailbreak iOS devices.

  • News: Two new iPhones coming in September - report

    There will be not just one new iPhone launched by Apple in September but two, according to a report.

  • Opinion: Do Hands-Free Cell Phones Really Make Driving Safer?

    Holding a cell phone up to your ear while driving may be no more dangerous than using a Bluetooth headset or other hands-free device, a study finds.

  • News: Ballmer, Branson headline Microsoft's partner conference

    Windows Phone, cloud and office product updates on tap from Microsoft.

  • News: Orange launches HD phone calls in Uganda

    Orange Uganda, one of five GSM operators in Uganda's high-stakes telecom sector, has pulled a first on its competition by launching high definition (HD) voice calls.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending July 8

    This week's iPhone 5 rumor storm activity: high. The more we hear, the less we know.

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: I've got the power!

    Our latest roundup of iPhone 4 cases features pastel colors, better battery options, and European styling. Read on for the new protection products we've seen this week.

  • How-Tos: How to take and manage photos on an Android device

    Who needs to carry a camera when a smartphone is at hand? The Android operating system packs so much functionality that it can often stand in for both a camera and a PC. Once you've learned how to harness your device's photo capabilities, capturing and sharing memorable moments is a snap.

  • News: App Store downloads hit 15bn mark

    There have been more than 15 billion downloads from Apple's App Store since it launched in July 2008.

  • Opinion: Where to Watch the Last Space Shuttle Launch Online

    We're at the end of an era as the space shuttle Atlantis is set to make the final shuttle voyage to the International Space Station this weekend. NASA officials hope the launch will take off on schedule at 11:24 EDT on Friday morning but bad weather may force the launch window to roll over to Sunday.

  • News: Oracle win would strain Android growth

    Will handset makers maintain their dedication to Android if they have to pay to license it? That's the question experts following Google's battle with Oracle are asking, and some of them think the answer is no.

  • Opinion: G Data gets upwardly mobile

    It’s a competitive market in the world of Windows security software. But that hasn’t deterred virus specialist G Data from making a new push beyond its home German market to these shores.

  • News: Apple trumpets 15 billion App Store downloads

    Apple today said customers have downloaded more than 15 billion iPhone and iPad apps from its App Store in the three years since the e-mart's debut.

  • News: Motorola Droid 3 Roars in with New Features

    Motorola's back with the phone that put Android on the map. The Motorola Droid 3, a high-end smartphone with a physical keyboard, is available now from Verizon Wireless for $200.

  • Opinion: iPhone 5 Rumor Rundown

    In previous years, we would know what to expect in the next iPhone by now, because we would have already seen it onstage at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. But that's not the way it went this year, so we're left guessing and hanging around the rumor mill, trying to piece together an image of the iPhone 5, 4GS, or whatever they're going to call it. Here's a rundown of what we've heard so far:

  • Acer C110 Travel Series USB-powered projector launches

    Acer has announced a new model in its Travel Series range of pico projectors. The C110 will cost £199 and will go onsale in the UK this August. The 50 Ansi lumens projector weighs 175g and measures a mere 110x85x25mm.

  • News: SAP: No change at the top as board extends CEO contracts

    SAP announced Thursday that its supervisory board has extended the contracts of co-CEOs Jim Hagemann Snabe and Bill McDermott until June 30, 2017, in a move that could give customers confidence that the company remains committed long-term to its strategies for mobile computing, analytics and SaaS (software as a service).



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