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  • News: US Mac sales 'up 47% year-on-year'

    Driven by the strong performance of the new MacBook Pro line, Mac sales were up 47 percent year-on-year in the US for March 2011.

  • News: App Store ranking algorithm changed?

    Apple appears to have made a number of changes to the App Store, with the criteria used to determine an app's ranking seemingly altered.

  • News: White iPhone 4 to hit UK 20 April

    Brits will be able to get their hands on the white iPhone 4 from Wednesday 20 April, it would appear.

  • How-Tos: How to connect to a Wi-Fi network on a Google Android phone

    Smartphones allow users to surf the web, download apps and check emails from their handset. However, this can be costly when it comes to using data, especially if you don't have an all-you-can-consume package. A number of Google Android handsets also come with Wi-Fi connectivity. By using Wi-Fi instead of data, you'll ensure there's far less damage. Here's how to connect to a Wi-Fi network from your handset.

  • News: Apple sues Samsung over similarities in mobile products

    The smartphone patent wars have heated up with Apple's patent infringement suit against Samsung, which claims Samsung's Galaxy line of phones and tablets borrows too much from the Apple iPhone and other products.

  • Opinion: Upgrade to Windows 8 and say goodbye to the internet

    The internet has been constantly evolving since the day it was born, but the next-generation web will be the least democratic ever. Why? Money, of course.

  • News: Sony Ericsson's revenue and profit drop in first quarter

    Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications sales and profit dropped in the first quarter of 2011, the company reported Tuesday

  • News: Apple store opening in York greeted by crowds

    The opening of a new Stormfront store in York this weekend was greeted by crowds of enthusiastic Apple fans.

  • News: EU sets ground rules for rural 4G broadband

    The European Commission has adopted technical rules on how the 900MHz and 1800MHz radio frequency bands should be opened up to LTE (Long-Term Evolution) and WiMax, to help spread the availability of broadband on the continent, it said on Monday.

  • News: Skype for Android leaks user data

    A flaw in Skype for Android could let criminals harvest private information from smartphones, including the user's name and email address, contacts and chat logs, the Internet calling software maker confirmed.

  • News: Apple Support Communities launched

    Apple has overhauled its community-based support forums, adding several social elements including tracked responses.

  • News: Google rebuts anti-competition claim in South Korea

    Google brushed aside an anti-competition claim in South Korea on Monday, saying mobile carriers and phone manufacturers (OEMs) can decide what to install on the Android phones they sell or make.

  • News: Skype for Android leaks user data

    Skype has acknowledged a 'privacy vulnerability' in its Skype for Android App that lets criminals gain access to personal information from smartphones.

  • How-Tos: How to set up Microsoft Exchange email on an Apple iPhone

    Smartphones are so-called because they allow access to lots of different activities as well as texting and calling. These include the ability to surf the web from your handset and even sync your device with an email account to read and send messages from your mobile phone. Apple's iPhone is no exception. They can easily be configured to access your email account. We show you how.

  • News: Remains of the Day: I fought the law

    One app boldly goes...into copyright infringement territory, where many, many have gone before. And Apple's in-app purchase system is apparently the equivalent of child-proof caps: no problem for kids, but hard for adults to grasp. Elsewhere, it seems POTUS has gotten the short end of the technology stick. The remainders for Friday, April 15, 2011 want your vote!

  • News: Bugs & Fixes: Flash, iOS, and Xcode

    Another week, another roundup of the latest troubleshooting news.

  • News: Crisis expert grades Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 update mea culpa

    Microsoft's latest explanation of its Windows Phone 7 update fiasco gets an A for effort, but a B+ for its timing, a crisis communications expert said today.

  • News: QuickTumblr for iPad takes Tumblr blogging on the go

    After a year of the life with the iPad, there are unquestionably some apps that have changed how and what we do on-the-go. But when it comes to blogging, the options have remained limited in both quantity and quality. QuickTumblr from MOApp Software is a new entry in the field that hopes to raise the bar a little.

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: There's a tear in our beer

    The iPhone 4 is a versatile device, but it becomes even more useful when you pair it with the right accessory. This week's roundup of cases for the iPhone 4 shows that it's possible to do just about anything with your phone--drink, watch TV, and more. Of course, we've also got cases that just project your phone from bumps and scratches. Read on for more.

  • News: Zomm smartphone security alarm arrives in UK

    The tiny Zomm smartphone security ‘leash’ has finally been launched in the UK with the company earnestly promoting it as the best way to never leave an expensive device behind.



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