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Post Date: 21st Jun, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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More pain for Nokia, RIM seen as smartphones get cheaper (Reuters)
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Reuters - Credit Suisse said competitive pressure in the smartphone industry was likely to increase over the next 12-18 months as a wave of low-end Android phones hits the market and Apple is seen releasing a cheaper iPhone in 2012.
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Post Date: 28th Jun, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Over 40% of computer users are still using decade-old Windows XP (Yahoo! News)
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Yahoo! News - While many computer lovers eagerly await the arrival of Windows 8 and Mac OS X Lion, a massive segment of users takes a decidedly slower approach when it comes to embracing new operating systems. According to an uber-detailed infographic by ?
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Post Date: 5th Jul, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Apple Gearing Up for September Launch of Next iPhone? (NewsFactor)
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NewsFactor - Apple is reportedly gearing up production for the next iPhone, possibly for a September launch, with an order of 15 million new devices. But it's not yet clear if the next incarnation of the trend-setting smartphone will be an iPhone 4S or an iPhone 5.
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Post Date: 7th Jul, 2011 - 10:50pm / Post ID: #

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Hackers expose flaw in Apple software

Hackers have disclosed a bug in software from Apple that security experts said could be exploited by criminals looking to gain remote control over iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices. Ref. Source 5

Post Date: 12th Jul, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Apple sues HTC again: Will Microsoft come to the rescue? (Digital Trends)
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Digital Trends - Apple still doesn. €™t like HTC. On July 8, the Cuppertino company filed its second U.S. patent complaint against the Taiwanese High Tech Computer Corporation, claiming that it has infringed on five patents related to software and user interface design, touch screen hardware, and movement sensors, reports Bloomberg. As it did with Samsung, Apple is seeking to block the import of all infringing HTC devices, with a special emphasis on tablets. This news comes as HTC continues to beat sales and profit expectations due to the success of its Android phones.
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Post Date: 19th Jul, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Alfred: The iPhone app that knows what you want before you do (Digital Trends)
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Digital Trends - One of the best things about smartphones is their ability to help you get things done. The more useful apps you add to your device, the better the gadget becomes. But a new iPhone app from Clever Sense uses artificial intelligence technology to take service apps to a  whole new level of awesome.
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Post Date: 26th Jul, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Android by the numbers: sales, returns and licensing fees (Appolicious)
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Appolicious - Does Google (GOOG) really have a chance of penetrating the tablet market as it has successfully done with smartphones? With estimates of Android tablets losing to the iPad at a rate of 24-to1, the reasons for Android?s inability to catch up with the iPad center around lagging Honeycomb updates. Yet from a hardware perspective, Android tablets have the ability to compete with Apple (AAPL). ...
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Post Date: 2nd Aug, 2011 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Robot orders rise 41 percent in 2011 (Digital Trends)
Mac News

Digital Trends - The next iPhone isn. €™t the only thing that may be made by robots. According to Robotic Industries Association (via Modern Material Handling), North American orders for robots have jumped 41 percent in the first six months of 2011. 8879 new robots valued at $577.8 million were ordered by North American companies so far this year. Add in orders placed from outside the U.S. and that number rises to 10,476 robots at $667.9 million. Robots are a hot ticket item.
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