Thursday, 24 May 2012

Android, iOS run away from the pack, Windows Phone still sputtering

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Android, Apple iOS run away from pack: Can Windows Phone challenge at all?

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Apple, Samsung settlement talks fail: Next stop, trial

Windows 8 to include Flash integration?

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A litigator's view: Three things I know about Oracle v. Google

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HP's latest do-over: Skepticism abounds

Don't forget the guys in the networking trenches...

The curse of free cloud services: a cautionary tale

Box steps up IT admin features, launches enterprise license agreements

Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio for iPad: No sun required (review)

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Do you use Google+, and if so, how? (Poll)

News from CNET


Tim Cook: Bringing a world of change to the world of Apple?

White House cracks whip on move to mobile

CNET UK's Samsung Galaxy S III review: 'Ferrari of Android'

Here comes Yahoo's own Web browser -- Axis

Yahoo fumbles security in Axis browser launch

Hacking for freedom: U.S. hacks al-Qaeda sites in Yemen

Google 7-inch tablet imminent, says report

Apple's iPhone dominates mobile ad impressions in Q1

Microsoft legal win over Google may signal ceasefire

Hewlett-Packard just whacked the wrong executive

Meet the tireless entrepreneur who squatted at AOL

Apple tinkers with iPen stylus and haptic feedback

Did RIM shelve an idea to license BBM to competitors, carriers?

Visually splashy Google+ for Android catches up to iOS

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The Coolest Data Center in Town (APC by Schneider Electric)

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