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  • News: Tweetbot enters the iOS Twitter client fray

    No one could blame you for thinking that the iPhone Twitter client wars had finally calmed down. After all, Twitter apps and the iPhone were a great pair before there was even an official App Store. But developer Tapbots has fired off its own sortie with its newly released Tweetbot.

  • News: Apple Prepares 'Do Not Track' Feature in Safari

    Future versions of Apple's Safari browser may contain a "Do Not Track" feature that stops advertisers from following users around the Web.

  • News: Rwanda denies recruiting hackers

    Rwanda, through the Rwandan High Comission in Nairobi has denied involvement in recruitment of hackers or security experts in Kenya.

  • News: Prompt marries SSH and iOS in simple, elegant ceremony

    Some might say that a May-December relationship between SSH and the iPad is doomed to failure, but if Panic’s Prompt SSH client for iOS is any indication, the two would seem to have plenty of happy years left.

  • News: Spotify slashes free music streaming

    European music streaming service Spotify has finally buckled to economic necessity and announced plans to dramatically limit the volume of unpaid music than can be consumed by non-subscribers.

  • News: Nike+ TomTom SportWatch GPS launched

    Nike and TomTom have announced the SportWatch GPS, a watch aimed at runners that can track your route, tell you how far you've gone and how many calories you've burnt.

  • News: Gmail's 'Bob' Features Help You Avoid E-mail Blunders

    Google's Gmail service has enabled two new features that prevent you from making common e-mail mistakes: sending a message to the wrong person and forgetting to include someone on the senders list. The features, called "Don't forget Bob" and "Got the wrong Bob?" were in beta testing via Gmail Labs, and are now implemented by default to every Gmail user.

  • News: Spotify slashes free music streaming

    European music streaming service Spotify has finally buckled to economic necessity and announced plans to dramatically limit the volume of unpaid music than can be consumed by non-subscribers.

  • News: Dell's Alienware M18X Gaming Laptop Surfaces, Briefly

    Gaming enthusiasts got a brief glimpse Wednesday of the upcoming Dell Alienware M18x, a high-end gaming laptop with a massive 18.4-inch display. This unusually large laptop was just a rumor for a while and then it popped up shortly on Dell's Canadian site only to be quickly removed. The Internet never forgets, however, so Alienware M18x specs are now widely circulating.

  • News: Military apps putting iPhone in the battlefield

    While it's unlikely that future wars will be won or lost by iPhone applications, it's entirely possible that iPhones deployed in the battlefield could soon be saving lives.

  • News: Groupon's China site big in visits, behind in sales

    About a month after offering its first discounted deals, Groupon's China site is attracting big user numbers, but still lags behind the local competition in sales, according to a group-buying aggregator in the country.

  • News: The Week in iPad Accessories: Now we're cooking!

    This week's roundup of new accessories for the iPad answers the burning questions: What if I tried to use my new tablet as a frying pan? Just how exotic can a wall-mounting kit get? How do I use my iPad as a wah-wah pedal without leaving footprints? Read on for all the answers.

  • News: White iPhone 4 'on sale by end of April'

    Sources close to Apple have claimed that the company will start selling white iPhone 4s by the end of this month, according to Bloomberg.

  • News: New app makes Salesforce.com easier to use

    Salesforce.com's growth and popularity are undeniable, but startup Active Endpoints is betting that its customers could use a little help getting the most out of the on-demand CRM (customer relationship management) software with a new application called Cloud Extend.

  • News: Person Finder a personal success for one Google worker

    For Kei Kawai, the first few days following Japan's massive earthquake and tsunami were a frantic, stressful time. From his Mountain View, California, base, he managed to confirm the safety of family members living throughout the tsunami-hit area with one exception: his grandfather.

  • News: Hallmark rebuilds site, reaps rewards

    For months, Hallmark Cards had been building a new Web site in parallel with its old one. On a September night last year, past midnight, Hallmark's online team arrived at its moment of truth, the switch-over.

  • News: Dell Streak 7 tablet goes onsale in the UK

    Dell has started sales in the UK of its Streak 7 Android tablet. The Wi-Fi version of the 7in screen device cost £299.

  • News: Obama promises to stick to big broadband investment

    President Obama has insisted the US government will invest aggressively in rolling out broadband, in spite of major spending cuts in other areas aimed at cutting $4 trillion from the country’s deficit over 12 years.

  • News: British Gas launches IT apprenticeship scheme

    British Gas has launched a new, two-year apprenticeship scheme in Information Systems for school leavers.

  • News: White iPhone 4 finally on the way?

    The long-awaited white iPhone 4 will be available to US customers by the end of April, a report claims.

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