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Which Android? Sony Ericsson May Mix It Up With Xperia X8

Sony Ericsson has announced a mid-range addition to its Xperia smartphone series targeting European entertainment-hungry consumers looking for a small, stylish Android device ...

Microsoft Extols WinPho7’s Business Virtues

Microsoft used its annual TechEd Conference to pitch its forthcoming mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, to business users ...

Motorola Dares to Be Square With Flipout Smartphone

Motorola on Wednesday announced a new Android-based smartphone targeted squarely -- pun intended -- at the social networking crowd ...

Asus Climbs Into the Ring With Eee Pad

Leading what is likely to become a cavalcade of imitators, Asus debuted a tablet computer aimed squarely at the iPad market during the Computex computer conference ...

Privacy No Joke to Young Web Users

Amid all the controversy over online privacy, one thing has been treated as an almost universal given: Young people don't care about privacy the way their cautious, conservative elders do ...

Google’s Little GIPS Buy Could Lead to Something Big

Google said Tuesday that it plans to buy Global IP Solutions, a company that provides processing capabilities and other video and Voice over Internet Protocol services to companies such as Yahoo, AOL and WebEx ...

European Authorities Join Facebook Privacy Dogpile

At least one U.S. Senator wants the FTC to investigate. Notable leaders in the tech sector have begun talking about dropping out. Millions belong to groups complaining about it. Now, European privacy advocates are on Facebook's case, arguing the company's latest round of privacy adjustments are not only wrong-headed, but may run afoul of European privacy laws...

Borders Wades Into E-Reader Fray With Economy Model

Borders, the national bookselling chain, launched its plan to sell the Kobo e-book reader and open its own e-book store on an increasingly crowded market Monday, apparently pinning its hopes on a slim price to mark out its territory ...

RIM Dishes Up a Taste of BlackBerry With a Side of Black Eyed Peas

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has released a sneak peek of its upcoming new operating system refresh and appears to be taking pains to suggest just how fresh and hip it is ...

10 Nations Demand Online Privacy – Or Else

Saying they've grown increasingly impatient with online companies that pay too little heed to national privacy laws and expectations, data protection commissioners from 10 countries on Tuesday launched what they promised would be an ongoing effort to match worldwide enforcement with the growing global market in social network information ...

Facebook to Spread Its Tentacles Across the Web

Facebook may be preparing to roll out a "universal Like button" that Web site owners can place on their pages to share content with other members of the social networking site, according to reports in two media outlets Monday ...

R2 Lands Space Station Gig

Moving slowly and deliberately, a pair of white-gloved hands reach out, grasp a white cloth and carefully pull it back, revealing a manila envelope. The hands then deftly move to the envelope, pick it up and present it to onlookers ...

Will HTC Incredible Live Up to Its Name?

With a name like "Incredible," you'd better be good ...

Google Packs a Crowd Into the Virtual Editing Room

Google is rolling out an update to users of its Docs service allowing them to do more real-time collaborating and making a variety of speed and service enhancements ...

Feds May Challenge Google’s AdMob Acquisition

Egged on by the chairman of the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights, the Federal Trade Commission may be considering an effort to block Google's US$750 million purchase of mobile advertising firm AdMob ...

Rhapsody Begins New Life as $80 Million, 600,000 Customer Startup

The expected spinoff of subscription music service Rhapsody from parent company RealNetworks has arrived, and it could be a good thing for both parent and child ...

Asus Debuts Notebook in Search of a Niche

The Asus U30Jc isn't going to generate long lines at retailers. It won't touch off a best-ever/wouldn't touch it war a la that *other* recently released computing device ...

Hohm May Keep Electric Car Charging Costs in Check

Spend a few minutes at Microsoft's Hohm Web site, enter a few details about your house, and it will spit out a series of recommendations about how best you can reduce your energy consumption, and maybe save some money in the process ...

AMD Aims to Regain Its Mojo

It's been a couple of years since AMD had to delay shipments of its buggy quad-core Barcelona server chip to manufacturers, costing the company market share, stock value and reputation ...

Cablevision Makes 3-D History With Hockey Game Broadcast

Cablevision broadcast the first high-def 3-D television program in the U.S. Wednesday night, a hockey game from Madison Square Garden ...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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