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  • News: New 'Mango' Windows Phone version integrates apps

    Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled many new features to its Windows Phone software but it left out a few that some people had hoped to see.

  • News: Next iPhone to be 'smaller and thinner', but no e-SIM

    The next iPhone will be smaller and thinner than its predecessor, though Apple has been persuaded not to use an e-SIM system, according to Orange.

  • News: Asustek introducing hybrid phone-tablet device

    Asustek Computer will introduce a new device next week combining the features of a phone and a tablet PC, making it a potential rival to the Dell Streak and possibly heralding more such devices, the company and analysts said on Tuesday.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Cruising altitude

    Greetings from high above the face of the Earth--37,102 feet, to be exact. It may only be Monday as I wing my way back to the East coast, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to talk about, whether it's rumors about the next generation iPhone 5, an exciting real estate investment for Apple, or a surprise visitor at the Apple Store. The remainders for Monday, May 23, 2011 have returned their tray tables and seat backs to the upright, locked position.

  • News: As end to unlimited data nears, Verizon touts Usage Controls

    Verizon Wireless released a new video today reminding customers about Verizon's $5-a-month Usage Control service, which can help parents and others control voice, text and data usage per line.

  • News: Apple Revamps Apple Store iPhone App

    Apple unveiled a revamp of its Apple Store iPhone app on Monday to include custom configurations for new Macs and more support options when you visit an Apple Store location.

  • News: Curved glass screen for the iPhone 5?

    More rumours about the iPhone 5's screen have begun to circulate, with the latest suggesting it could have a curved-glass display.

  • News: The Week in iPad Cases: Wakka wakka wakka

    My earliest memory of Pac-Man is how quickly it devoured my weekly allowance--one quarter at a time, it made its way through each bit of my seven-year-old self's disposable income like so many dots. So it's funny to see Pac-Man make an unexpected appearance in this week's iPad-case roundup. But don't worry--if ghosts and little dots aren't your thing, there's plenty more in our weekly mix of new protection products.

  • News: Analyst: Foxconn Explosion Could Lead to iPad Shortages

    The tech world is abuzz again with worries about shortages of popular products, this time because of an explosion at a Chinese factory that killed two people.

  • News: Expensify Adds Receipt Scanning

    Tracking expenses on the road can be a massive productivity breakdown for busy road warriors, particularly if you don't have a fairly effortless way to get all your receipts captured into your expense reporting system. I know more than a few hardcore business travelers for whom a jumble of paper slips at the bottom of the laptop bag usually turns into weeks of procrastination before finally sitting down to organize, record, categorize, and report every little latté purchase or taxi ride from a long trip. The new Expensify app for Android and iOS could be just what these folks need.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor rollup for the week ending May 20

    This week's iPhone 5 rumor roundup features information on The Date from that hotbed of Apple smartphone rumors, St. Albans, Hertfordshire; more slips from Verizon's loose-lipped CFO; LTE prospects in Red China; how the iPhone 5 is causing a slump in global smartphone cells; a new SIM card standard that will extend Apple's control over identity stuff; and why new tables in the Apple stores mean iPhone 5 will have NFC.

  • News: iPad 2 supply constraints ease

    Analysts believe that component supply issues affecting the number of iPad 2 units Apple could produce have eased significantly.

  • News: No-one wants 3D TV: Ovum

    Technology analyst Ovum has released a report on the state of 3D TV programming around the world, saying that broadcasters are uninterested in investing in the expertise and technology required to create 3D programming. This means the amount of 3D programming on TV in Australia is unlikely to increase in 2011, with coverage restricted to special sporting events like the [[artnid:344634|State of Origin football]] matches and [[artnid:359104|NRL grand final]].

  • News: Final nominations announced for Macworld Awards

    Now in its 16th year, the Macworld Awards are THE event in the UK Mac calendar, recognising the products and vendors that make a significant contribution throughout the year.

  • News: Sharp's Android smartphone will go global

    Sharp is preparing to launch a new Aquos smartphone in markets around the world, it said Friday.

  • News: ARM: Intel has tough road into mobile market

    Intel made a big splash saying it's going to focus on the mobile market, but its rival in the space says the chip maker has an uphill climb ahead.

  • News: Future iPhone will support China Mobile's 4G network

    Future versions of Apple's iPhone will support China Mobile's fourth generation (4G) network, China's largest mobile carrier said, a sign that it will eventually offer the iconic device to its 600 million customers.

  • News: Liberty Media offers to buy Barnes & Noble

    U.S. bookseller Barnes & Noble might have found a buyer. On Thursday the maker of the Nook e-reader said it has received an acquisition proposal from media conglomerate Liberty Media.

  • News: Gaming firms must sail past China's pirates to cash in

    Although the game was developed in the U.S., the concept behind Plants vs. Zombies knows no cultural bounds for Chinese fans like 27-year-old Sai Na.

  • News: Gartner: Android and Apple win big globally in Q1

    Android became the most popular smartphone operating system worldwide in the first quarter of 2011, while Apple saw its share of the market grow, according to a report Gartner issued Thursday on sales of mobile phones to end users.



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