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Dell promises to open-source Streak code

Dell Streak to fit in with GPL rules

Dell's official blogger Lionel Menchaca late last evening promised that the Streak's approach to be Android would be open-sourced. Following criticism that Dell wasn't giving out source code for the tablet's device drivers, Menchaca stressed that the company would adapt to...


Brabus-tuned Mercedes S600 gets rear-seat iPads, Mac mini

Brabus iBusiness gives Mercedes Apple office

Regular Mercedes-Benz tuner Brabus today showed off a special package for the S600 that gives it an Apple-focused mobile office. The S600 iBusiness package gives the two rear seats an iPad each as well as a 64GB iPod touch. Both of the iPads can not only be used for work but...


Briefly: Revised Photoshop Express apps, MBS plug-in 10.4

Monkeybread updates REALbasic plug-ins

A redesigned set of Photoshop Express apps, including Express Editor, Express Organizer, and Express Uploader, have been released on Photoshop.com. Previously, all Photoshop.com functions required users to register for an account. Registration is now necessary only for storing...


AT&T unafraid of lost iPhone exclusive, sees $1,000 tablets

ATT sees success the same after iPhone exclusive

AT&T doesn't expect any problems or changes of strategy when it loses its iPhone exclusivity, the company's Emerging Devices head Glenn Lurie argued today. The executive believed AT&T would still be "plugging along" without changing its plans and would still be as successful...


Samsung Craft may hit MetroPCS' 4G network in September

Samsung Craft seen at MetroPCS next month

Samsung on Wednesday reportedly said it will bring its first LTE-based 4G phone to the US next month. The phone, known as Craft, is already known to be distributed by MetroPCS. The phone will use the LTE network only for data access, while the CDMA voice network will still...


Sony Ericsson Vivaz reaches AT&T on September 5

Sony Ericsson Vivaz gets official US launch on ATT

Symbian got a rare foothold in the US today as AT&T today picked up the Sony Ericsson Vivaz. The S60 device focuses on video first and can snap either 8.1-megapixel photos or 720p movies. As the OS already handles real multitasking, it can upload a video (over Wi-Fi) in the...


Disney seen closest to 99-cent iTunes TV rentals

More details of 99c iTunes TV rentals emerge

Apple's ongoing discussions for 99-cent iTunes TV rentals were given support today by a pair of sources Tuesday evening. Anonymous contacts told the WSJ this evening that Disney was the closest to a deal and could agree to allowing some ABC shows soon. It's speculated that...


Marvell hints at Nintendo 3DS using Armada ARM chip

Marvell Armada in 'new gaming platform'

Marvell during a call discussing its latest fiscal results revealed that one of its Armada processors will reach a game console. Company co-founder Sehat Sutardja explained that a quarter-to-quarter boost of revenue was owing to a "major customer" ramping up a "new gaming platform."...


Clevo B5100M, B7110M notebooks ship with NVIDIA Optimus tech

Systems automatically switch to discrete graphics

Taiwanese notebook maker Clevo has introduced two new models, the B5100M and B7110M, featuring NVIDIA's Optimus technology. Both notebooks combine integrated Intel graphics with GeForce GT 330M 1GB components, while the Optimus system automatically switches to the discrete chip...


RIM buys Cellmania to help recover BlackBerry App World

RIM snaps up mobile store firm Cellmania

RIM today bought Cellmania in what's a likely bid to improve BlackBerry App World. The new acquisition, which primarily produces software at the heart of others' mobile app stores, didn't provide many details of its project but expected to work on "Application Storefront development"...


Macgamestore intros Hoyle Card Games 2011, Golden Trails

New poker and card games for Mac

Macgamestore.com has introduced two new games, Hoyle Card Games 2011, and Golden Trails: The New Western Rush. Hoyle Card Games 2011 is comprised of both team-style and solo card games ranging from Old Maid and Solitaire to Poker and Blackjack. It offers new larger easy-to-read...


Windows 95 marks 15th birthday in uncertain Microsoft future

Windows 95 anniversary comes with warnings

Microsoft reached a milestone today as Windows 95 reached the 15th anniversary of its launch on August 24, 1995. The OS was the highest-profile debut ever for Microsoft and saw rare lines for a software launch; media reports from the period had some lining up without knowing...


AMD details future Bulldozer, Bobcat processor cores

AMD Bulldozer to match Sandy Bridge

AMD at the Hot Chips conference today provided insight into the details of its Bulldozer and Bobcat processor platforms. Bulldozer is aimed at performance users and focuses on a new design with distinct but very modular processor cores. As the cores are separate from shared...


Virgin Mobile confirms $40 unlimited data plan

No contract, unlimited data en route

Confirming an earlier leak, Virgin Mobile has revamped its Broadband2Go data plans and now offers a true $40 unlimited data service. Replacing the earlier four tier arrangement, the simplified two tier pricing structure also includes a $10 option for 100 MB that gives casual...


Sedna Presenter, Player 2.7 add iPad playback, more

SP 2.7 adds multiple playback output, overlays

Sedna GmbH has launched an update to its digital signage software, Sedna Presenter, which now supports the iPad. The software provides tools for content assembly, scheduling and distribution, with support of multi-screen video walls. The player manages digital signage playback,...


Kindle sales outpace iBooks by 60:1 ratio, author says

Performance doesn't hold up to Jobs' claims

Despite Steve Jobs' recent claim that the iBookstore has taken 22 percent of the US e-book market, some authors still report significantly higher sales volume on the Kindle. Author J. A. Konrath has published more than three dozen books on both platforms, with Kindle sales...


LG's GW910 Windows Phone 7 device reaches FCC

LG GW910 may complement C900 in Win Phone 7 intro

LG is now likely to have at least a pair of Windows Phone 7 devices as an FCC listing has shown a second model in store. The GW910 resembles a more upscale version of the C900 with metal accents and larger keys. It's known to support AT&T 3G bands, although there's no immediate...


ViewSonic confirms ViewPad tablet, promises dual-boot model

ViewSonic ViewPad gets Android and Windows booting

ViewSonic today confirmed its ViewPad plans with an early tease of what it will unveil at the IFA technology show next week. New to the mix is a 10-inch model; the likely ViewPad 10 will use an Intel Atom chip and run both Android and Windows. It's expected to have 3G, Bluetooth,...


Acer exec thinks iPad market share will fall to 20%

Acer chair convinced iPad will get minority share

Acer chairman JT Wang today predicted that Apple would drop to just 20 to 30 percent of the tablet market in the near future. The executive anticipated that the presence of both Acer's tablets and others to make the iPad a minority once the market 'settles.' Wang put most...


Best Buy to push hard on iPad, other tablets for holidays

Best Buy to make tablets a holiday priority

Best Buy's mobile lead Shawn Score in an interview on Friday said the store would "make tablets a focus" for the holiday this year. The big-box chain hopes to associate itself with tablets and will put more attention on the iPad and its yet-to-ship competitors. Alternatives...


Virgin Mobile to have $40 true unlimited data plan

Virgin Mobile to land unlimited data

Virgin Mobile this weekend prematurely confirmed a major revamp of its Broadband2Go data plans that could see a return to real unlimited data. Rather than the four plans offered today, it would simplify to just a $40 unlimited monthly plan and a $10, 100MB 10-day plan. IntoMobile...


Velocity ships first mainstream Android tablet in September

Velocity Micro Cruz Reader preorders go live

Velocity Micro committed itself to the world of tablets late on Friday by opening preorders for the Cruz Reader. The seven-inch Android 2.1 slate is now due to ship both online and to electronics stores in early September for $200. The wider-aspect Cruz Tablet ($300) and...


Sprint starts shipping 3G-capable Airaves

Sprint ships 3G Airave femtocells for free

Sprint has now begun shipping the Airave Access Point femtocell. The new version carries EVDO and can handle 3G data for homes and phones without Wi-Fi. They continue to provide CDMA for phone calls.


USBfever, NewerTech launch new iPhone and iPad accessories

New iPhone 4 cases, iPad headrest mount

USBfever and NewerTech have both announced new items in their line of iPad and iPhone accessories, consisting of two new iPhone 4 cases, an iPad headrest mount, and new iFolio case colors. The two new iPhone 4 cases from USBfever.com include the Chocolate Style Silicone Case...


NVIDIA's unannounced GeForce GT 425M shows in notebook specs

NVIDIA GF GT 425M surfaces in ASUS notebook

NVIDIA's first mainstream GeForce 400 notebook chipset, the GT 425M, has surfaced in leaks earlier this month. Semi-Accurate noted that the graphics core has been listed as showing in a 17-inch ASUS notebook, but with different features. Some list it as only a DirectX 10 chip,...


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