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Motorola's MOTOBLUR phones due for all 3 Canadian majors

Moto Backflip, Quench, more to hit Canada

Motorola today said that Android phones using its in-house MOTOBLUR interface should reach Canada this spring. The lineup will involve the entire current and soon-to-ship US mix, including the Backflip, Dext (Cliq) and Quench (Cliq XT). What changes would apply to the Canadian...


Divine Fiat, Keynote Zone release themes for Keynote

21 themes available up to HD 1920x1280

Divine Fiat and Keynote Zone have released new themes for Apple's Keynote software. Divine Fiat has launched The Complete Set, encompassing its entire collection of themes for Keynote. All 14 themes come in standard and widescreen formats, each with extras such as fully customizable...


TiVo Series4 pushes online video, QWERTY remote

TiVo gets new UI, 1080p, Pandora

TiVo fought back in digital media tonight by launching the Series4, its long-planned overhaul of its DVRs. The new models center on a heavily redesigned, Flash-based and HD native interface that now puts online video services like Amazon VOD, Blockbuster...


Apple in talks for cloud-based iTunes movies

iTunes Rewind resurfaces with iPad in mind

Apple is talking to movie studios about letting iTunes customers stream full-length features, a leak Tuesday evening suggests. Two anonymous sources aware of the negotiations say it would echo similar discussions for music and TV that would take iTunes away from its dependence...


AT&T: iPhone an important device for "quite some time"

ATT chief allays talk of iPhone going away

The iPhone will still be an important part of AT&T's life for "quite some time," company chief Randall Stephenson said today at a Morgan Stanley technology conference today. When prompted about rumors of exclusivity ending, the CEO stopped short of explaining the deal but...


RedEye mini simplifies RedEye control system

Eliminates need for separate dock

ThinkFlood has announced the RedEye mini, a different approach to the company's remote control system. In combination with an iPhone app, RedEye gear can be used to control a variety of AV hardware including TVs, receivers and disc players. The app supports customized layouts,...


Dell Latitude 13 goes up for orders, costs $559

Dell's CULV Latitude starts at low price

As it promised last month, Dell today started taking orders for the Latitude 13. The 0.65-inch thick CULV system is now known to be an inexpensive buy and at $559 starts out with a 1.3GHz Celeron M, Ubuntu Linux, 1GB of RAM and 802.11g Wi-Fi. Every version comes with a six-cell...


iPhone profit margin at nearly 60 percent?

Device could grow to 50 percent of revenue

Apple is turning 57.8 percent in gross profit off the iPhone, according to an estimate from Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi. The figure puts Apple's profit well about that of other notable smartphone makers, such as HTC, Motorola and Nokia,...


Netflix teases possible iPhone movie streaming app

Netflix would offer iPhone movies as free bonus

Netflix is polling customers about the prospects of an iPhone app for watching movies, customers have reported today. A survey similar to that which brought about streaming for the PS3 and Wii asks customers if they would like to stream movies and TV shows to the iPhone over...


Nokia kicks off Cseries with C5

Nokia C5 a very low cost Symbian smartphone

Nokia today marked the rare start to a new phone line by launching the C5, its first Cseries phone. The range aims to bring smartphone-level software to the very entry level and runs Symbian S60 in a candybar shape. Although it has just a number pad and a D-pad for navigation,...


Judge tosses out Windows XP downgrade lawsuit

Windows XP downgrade lawsuit thrown out

A lawsuit that dates back to February 2009 against Microsoft has been dismissed by a federal judge last week. Filed by Emma Alvarado, the case alleged that the software giant forced PC makers to have customers buy Windows Vista or Windows 7 before being able to downgrade to...


ASUS shows off five new-generation EeePCs at CeBIT

ASUS to show five new EeePCs at CeBIT

Four new generation EeePC Seashell netbooks from ASUS were spotted ahead of the official opening of the CeBIT show, including the 1001PQ, 1201PN, 1015P, 1016P and 1018P, the latter two of which were leaked last week. The 1018P replaces the 1008P as the flagship EeePC netbook,...


Apple A4 processor really stripped-down Cortex A8?

Chip limited to iPad needs

The custom A4 processor in the iPad is in reality a castrated Cortex A8 ARM design, say several sources. Despite speculation that the chip might be based on the more advanced Cortex A9 platform, the A4 is instead said to use a single, 1GHz A8 core, paired with PowerVR SGX...


PSN outage hits older PS3s, prevents offline play

Sony says PSN should be back online soon

Sony suffered a major setback this past evening with a PlayStation Network outage. Those using an original-shape PlayStation 3, ranging from 20GB launch models through to the final 160GB version, have been given an 8001050F error code and unable to connect to the gaming service....


Windows Phone Starter to tackle developing world phones

Win Mobile 6 to get a second legacy version

The continuation of Windows Mobile 6, Windows Phone Classic, will have an extra low-end version kept alive for the developing world, a Microsoft spokesperson confirmed today. Labeled Windows Phone Starter Edition, it will mimic the role of Windows 7 Home Basic and Starter by...


Screenshots, captured video of webOS 1.4 revealed

webOS 1.4 screenshots leaked, captured video

Screenshots from the leaked webOS 1.4 software for Palm smartphones have hit the web on Friday, thanks to a user in the UK. At the same time, a video captured by the newfound video recording function is also up on YouTube, and embedded below, thanks to another, Spanish user....


JooJoo tablet delayed to March 25 due to glitch

Screen issues push JooJoo back a month

Fusion Garage on Friday afternoon said it has had to delay shipping the JooJoo tablet by nearly a month, to March 25th. It promised the February target as recently as this month but now says it had to improve the sensitivity of the 12-inch touchscreen before shipping the web...


Associated Press plans iPad app, paid service

Intro coincides with launch of AP Gateway

The Associated Press has announced plans for the iPad, which entail a custom application attached to a paid subscription service. Although the newswire agency already syndicates most of its content, the iPad app will also include content from over 1,000 newspapers and broadcasters,...


Amazon pushing pubs to no-lower-price deals to fight iPad?

Amazon deals may force limited iPad apps

Amazon has been hounding book publishers into signing deals that would prevent them from selling iPad books at below Kindle e-book prices, a set of rumors from within the industry claim. Having anticipated an Apple tablet since December, the online reseller has reportedly been...


Bloo7 intros new flashcard learning app for Mac

Synchronizes with Study Mobile iPhone app

Bloo7 has introduced a flashcard learning application, Study Desktop. The software provides tools for developing customized flashcards that can be used for everything from vocabulary training to memorizing capitals and historical dates. Features include customizable fonts and...


Microsoft Pure phone likely spotted at FCC

Sharp PB20ZU further confirms Project Pink

Microsoft's rumored Project Pink phones gained even more support on Thursday as a newly discovered FCC filing correlates with the second design. Following earlier confirmation of the Turtle, the Pure also appears to have surfaced as the Sharp PB20ZU. It lines up with the phone's...


Palm webOS 1.4 update changes confirmed [U]

Palm webOS 1.4 update fixes, add-ons detailed

(Update: Sprint has inadvertently confirmed update plans) While the promised Palm webOS 1.4 update hasn't yet surfaced as of Thursday, leaked info details the changes it will bring to handsets. It confirms known major details such as video recording capability, hooks support...


Palm cuts guidance on "slower than expected" sales

Palm admits new phones not taking off

Palm triggered alarm today by cutting its guidance for its current quarter. The company now expects to make between $285 million and $310 million in revenue and directly blames the shortfall on "slower than expected" take up of the Pre, the Pixi and their Plus equivalents....


Virgin UK to offer 100Mbps Internet by late 2010

Also extending 200Mbs test to new market

Virgin Media said today that it will begin offering 100Mbps broadband service to the UK by the end of 2010. Virgin claims the speed up is possible by taking advantage of its fiber optic network in tandem with DOCSIS 3.0 cable access. The company also announced that it would...


Aperture 3.0.1 fixes import bugs, memory usage

Overall stability and performance improved

Apple on Wednesday released an update to its photography software, Aperture. Version 3.0.1 improves overall stability and addresses a wide variety of issues. Bug fixes involve upgrading libraries from earlier versions, importing libraries from iPhoto, memory usage when processing...


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