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RIM introduces BlackBerry Bold 9790 & Curve 9380

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November 15, 2011
RIM introduces BlackBerry Bold 9790 & Curve 9380

RIM introduced two new smartphone models, one for Curve line (touch smartphone) and one for the Bold line (with physical keyboard). ” The BlackBerry Bold 9790 smartphone delivers the high performance that users have come to expect from a BlackBerry Bold, allowing you to be more efficient in both your work and personal life...
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Apple released its iTunes Match Cloud service in U.S.

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November 15, 2011
Apple released its iTunes Match Cloud service in U.S.

Apple has released its iTunes Match Cloud service -two weeks later than originally announced. The $25-a-year subscription promises to match each song stored on a person’s computer and copy the tunes in an online account on the iCloud. The songs can then be downloaded or streamed to other Apple devices without needing to physically connect...
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Mobile Devices and Flash – a take from Google

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November 14, 2011
Mobile Devices and Flash – a take from Google

Last week, Adobe announced that it will stop developing the Flash Player for mobile devices. It may seem like a surprising news, but the most convincing reason to create Flash apps and sites is Flash’s installed base. Because of the popularity of YouTube and other sites that require Flash, most computer users install the Flash Player (99% of...
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Adobe’s Mike Chambers Outlines Reasons Behind Mobile Flash Failure

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November 14, 2011
Adobe’s Mike Chambers Outlines Reasons Behind Mobile Flash Failure

Last week, Adobe announced it was killing development on its mobile Adobe Flash player. Today, the company’s product manager for developer relations Mike Chambers has confirmed that it was Apple’s rejection of the format that lead to its demise: The Flash Player was not going to achieve the same ubiquity on mobile as it...
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Lenovo may try to undercut Apple MacBook Air with X1 hybrid

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November 14, 2011
Lenovo may try to undercut Apple MacBook Air with X1 hybrid

Lenovo seems to be the first to try to undercut Apple MacBook Air with the X1 hybrid, with an estimated price of $800. The X1 Hybrid might arrive with the Lenovo X1 (pictured above) using the same technology (Intel Ivy Bridge). The ultraportable computer might dual-boot both Windows and a customized version of Android...
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David Pogue, on the Kindle Fire: It is not nearly as versatile as a real tablet

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November 14, 2011
David Pogue, on the Kindle Fire: It is not nearly as versatile as a real tablet

Over at the NY Times, David Pogue reviews in detail the Amazon Kindle Fire. He says that the Fire is designed almost exclusively for consuming stuff, particularly material the user can buy from Amazon, like books, newspapers and video. It has no camera, microphone, GPS function, Bluetooth or memory-card slot. There is a serviceable e-mail program,...
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[Video] Cloud storage service Dropbox reaches 45 million users

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November 14, 2011
[Video] Cloud storage service Dropbox reaches 45 million users

Cloud storage service Dropbox (http://www.dropbox.com), since its launch at 2007 has amassed 45 million users worldwide. CEO Drew Houston claims that they have only just started and expect to go bigger. Dropbox is a very neat storage service that gives you 2,5 GB for free and also has a community affiliate program that allows...
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Google might launch a Music Download Store next week

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November 12, 2011
Google might launch a Music Download Store next week

Google has issued an invite to the media for a Google Music event on 16 November, which may see the company finally introduce an MP3 download store. The company has channelled legendary British rock band Spinal Tap with a tag-line teasing “These go up to eleven.” for the event, which will be streamed live...
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Crazy man threatens to blow up his local Best Buy because Modern Warfare 3 was sold out

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November 12, 2011
Crazy man threatens to blow up his local Best Buy because Modern Warfare 3 was sold out

A crazy man in Colorado threatened to blow up his local Best Buy store after the employees messed up his ModernWarfare 3 pre-order and told him the game was sold out. Lomorin Sar, 31, grew irate after the employees of the store said they did not have his game. The manager offered him a gift...
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Was the iPhone 5 real and canned at the last minute?

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November 12, 2011
Was the iPhone 5 real and canned at the last minute?

(reposted fron Business Insider) How disappointed everyone was back in October when Apple announced an iPhone 4S and not an iPhone 5? Everyone had been led to believe by scores of reports that there would be a revolutionary new iPhone with a bigger screen and a new slimmer look. Well, it turns out the “iPhone 5″ – or at least,...
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