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HP will bring future updates to TouchPad

The Hewlett Packard Touchpad has been one of the hottest selling pieces of technology in the last month – thanks to the incredible loss generating price reductions. It appears that HP are not ditching support for the tablet however, with updates coming in the future. HP spoke to CNET this …

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Will Apple re-hire Wozniak for active role?

With Tim Cook now as acting CEO, analysts and industry experts have been pondering the possible changes within the company. Famous co-founder Steve Wozniak has already been speaking out in interviews and has said that he would consider returning to an active role at Apple if he was offered. He …

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HP Touchpad rerun scheduled for October

It has been an unusual year for Hewlett Packard. Their Touchpad was promoted as being a viable alternative to the ever popular Apple iPad. Sadly they killed support for WebOS and the price plummeted to under $100 in the US and £89 in the UK. Stocks sold out in a …

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Do Apple need women in the executive team?

Over the last week there have been many stories about Apple and their future. Since Steve Jobs stepped down as CEO, some are questioning Tim Cook’s abilities as a leader, as to whether he would be able to help create, direct and develop new products. Out of all the articles …

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Amazon marked for tablet success

Kitguru has written many articles now on the upcoming tablet release from etail giant Amazon. We have predicted that while they won’t be able to overthrow Apple as the market leader, that they should be able to shift quite a few units and take second place. It appears that analyst …

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Sprint send ‘no comment’ iPhone 5 memo to staff

SprintFeed have published a story, based on a leaked memo from Sprint to their employees. In the memo they instruct all their staff to issue a ‘no comment’ response when asked about the upcoming iPhone 5, the latest product from Apple which has been causing much debate within the industry. …

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Apple working on a television for release in 2012?

According to reports on VentureBeat Apple are working on a digital television which will be powered by the iOS operating system. They claim sources in Silicon Valley. VentureBeat say they have interviewed sources who confirm the news, although it seems to be just a ‘rumour’ rather than anything confirmed. Apple …

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Apple continue to delay Samsung Tab 10.1 Australian sales

The ongoing battle between Apple and Samsung still rages – Apple claim that Samsung are imitating their design ideas. Apple have won a further delay in the sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia – until the end of September at least. Apple have sued Samsung in Sydney …

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Apple hire JailBreakMe hacker

“If you can’t beat ’em join ’em” Or in this case ‘if you can’t beat em’ hire ’em. Yes, Famous iOS hacker Comex has tweeted online that he is taking up a new job position with Apple. The author of JailBreakMe has been releasing hacks for Apple users now for …

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RIM release BBM Music for BlackBerry

Research In Motion have released their new BBM Music service, a messenger based software extra for Blackberry phones. BBM Music is a cloud based music service which allows BlackBerry Messenger users to share music through a community based music library. During the UK riots, RIM were faced with negative press …

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The tablet market shaken up by TouchPad sales

All week we have been covering the news on the TouchPad. When Hewlett Packard announced that they were dropping the price to $99/£89 the online audience snapped them up, by the truckload. Within a few days Hewlett Packard announced that they had sold out, giving people an opt in button …

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Tim Cook replaces Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple

The Apple board of Directors have announced that iconic leader Steve Jobs has resigned as Chief Executive Officer. They have named Tim Cook as the new CEO. Tim Cook has been the Chief Operating Officer for Apple for some time and his move to replace Steve Jobs has not came …

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RIM to release new Blackberry 9350, 9360 and 9370

Research In Motion are to release three new phones in the Curve range in the UK by September. The 9350, 9360 and 9370 will be running the latest BlackBerry 7 operating system. RIM are keen to point out that the new operating system is much snappier than previous versions, especially …

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Cheap 8GB iPhone 4 on the way

Reuters have published a news report quoting two unknown sources who claim that there will be an 8GB iPhone 4 released in the near future. The 8GB flash drive is being manufactured by a Korean company, although the source and manufacturing company have not been mentioned. Apple at this point …

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HP Touchpad sells out in Germany: £89 in UK

The Hewlett Packard TouchPad was said to be a challenger for the Apple iPad, but sadly it was not to be . They ditched support for WebOS and as we reported yesterday, the tablet dropped in price to $99 in the US, causing a huge influx of sales across America. …

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HP Touchpad killed: but people snap it up for $99

In February, we thought the Touchpad could mount a serious challenge against the Apple iPad. Sadly when it was released the product just wasn’t selling, leaving retail stores with huge overstock. With the news that Hewlett Packard had cut support for the platform other stores ditched it completely. HP have …

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iPad 3 trial under development

According to reports in from the Far East, Apple are working with suppliers and their partners in Asia for the trial production of the iPad 3. Apple have been ordering display panels and other components in the last couple of weeks aiming to launch the iPad 3 in early 2012. …

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Will the Bold 9900 help rescue BlackBerry?

We have a soft spot for BlackBerry phones. Many of us remember the glory days, when they were leading the way, offering email support that other companies could only dream about supporting. Lately, it seems all doom and gloom for Research In Motion who are struggling to get a foothold …

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RIM to share music through BlackBerry Messenger

The BlackBerry Messenger system was in the press last week for all the wrong reasons, being blamed as platform for rioters in the United Kingdom. In more positive news today however Research In Motion have been holding discussions with the major record labels so they can launch a new BlackBerry …

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Nokia CEO issues a warning to Android phone makers

Nokia recently teamed up with Microsoft, to launch a new attack on the mobile marketplace. Nokia leader Stephen Elop has issued a warning this week to Android phone makers, saying they should be concerned. The news that Google are going to buy Motorola for $12.5 billion has caused much debate …

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95 percent of people want an iPad: research

This might not come as a shock to many, but according to a report issued yesterday, it would appear that 95 percent of people interested in buying a tablet, are aiming to get an iPad. Robert W. Baird, an analyst company conducted a survey across 1,114 people, 98 of which …

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Apple lose head of mobile advertising

Apple are losing Andy Miller, their head of mobile advertising. He is switching jobs to work at venture capital firm Highland Capital Partners. He spoke to the Wall Street Journal and said “I am excited to join the team and for the opportunity to work with exceptional entrepreneurs building the …

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