Archive for September 18th, 2009

Toshiba Journe Touch multimedia tablet with Wi-Fi and touch screen

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If you are a big fan of digital downloads, like videos, music, photos, or movies, and want to have a handy device to enjoy it, you have plenty of choice. Laptop PCs and netbooks are available, as well as large screen smartphones. The Apple iPods are popular as well, especially among music fans. But if […]

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eSlick ebook reader is optimised for PDF documents

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Ever since Amazon introduced the Kindle ebook reader device, a wave of competing products has been introduced to the market. Apart from the Kindle and Sony Reader ebook devices, other products are pretty similar with one another regarding size, technology and features. Foxit, a company specialized in PDF document software, has introduced an ebook reader […]

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LG GW620 smartphone connects to Google services

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And the winners are … Google Android, Symbian OS and Windows Mobile. Operating system software is a critical component in a smartphone. The software makes the whole mobile device tick. Whereas device makers have to invest millions of dollars in getting the software do what it is supposed to do, product owners have to invest […]

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Sprint President Takes a Shot (Or Two) at AT&T 3G (PC World)

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PC World – 4G World Conference, Chicago – A Sprint exec speaking here today used AT&T as the poster child for 3G wireless networks that can’t keep up with the increasing data demands of smartphone users.

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No More Windows Mobile Phones From Palm (PC World)

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PC World – Palm said it will stop developing new phones running Windows Mobile software, instead focusing future development on its new WebOS operating system.

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Comcast Plans to Bring TV Shows to Cell Phones

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Leading cable operator Comcast said it plans to bring TV shows to smartphones through its new wireless Internet service as part of a push to offer more mobile services.

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