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Pure Digital unveils new Flip Video devices, Facebook fights phishing worms, and how the Ultimate Gamer scored the ultimate win.
Apple iPhone users have downloaded more than 1.5 billion applications, and competitors are hoping to replicate the success. But will they hit app gold, too?
Sony Ericsson and Nokia are reported to be preparing Android phones, with Son Eric's model leaked. It's called Rachel, apparently
Apple's new iPhone 3.0 operating system will allow application developers to charge for new services and merchandise within their applications.
In trying to clone Apple's App Store, the industry is stampeding behind Apple, rather than figuring out diverse ways to deliver different value propositions to customers.
Apple received more patent awards this week to ward off copycats attempting to use Apple's multitouch technology in their own devices.
Linux Foundation's Moblin, in its refusal to clone the Windows experience, demonstrates just what can be on the "desktop," or, in this case, the Netbook.
With Charlie Cox replaced by James Morrison, we thought we'd give Top Gear Australia's second season a chance. And while it is much improved, it still lacks that certain spark that will transform it from a pool of amino acid into a bubbling cauldron of life.
Pure Digital CEO says he welcomes imitators as he looks to grow the digital camcorder business. On Thursday his company will introduce two updated Flip Video devices.
Conficker's ties to a large spamming and password-stealing botnet give credence to the speculation that money, and possibly malicious Eastern European hackers, are behind the latest Internet worm infection.