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Amazon's new tablet has its own browser that helps load pages quicker. The bad news? It means Amazon knows your every click.
The Amazon tablet, to be revealed tomorrow, is called the Kindle Fire. Word is it'll run a heavily customised version of Android.
HP has a winner on its hands, now that it's killed off that particular winner. The Internetorati clamor to buy discounted TouchPads, while HP's stock plummets 20 percent to a six-year low. So, Apotheker, who's right? You or the geeks? Also, Facebook finds out once again that censorship is hard, and the real reason aliens want to kill us: we'll ruin the entire galaxy if we get off this rock!
With LogMeIn Ignition, you can remotely access PCs and Macs.
Following news that it's raising prices, the company's Facebook page has gotten some 10,000 comments and counting today as a "Dear Netflix" meme emerges on Twitter.
The NHTSA proposes rules for how keyless ignitions in cars should work.
Three upcoming HTC smart phones may have just broken cover. Images published on Chinese site XDA.cn purport to show the Pyramid, which runs Android, and the Ignite and Prime, which run Windows Phone 7.
RIM's much-heralded touchscreen saviour, complete with a new BlackBerry OS, is already beset by reports of poor sales in the US
Acer's Ultrabook will start at $899 in the U.S.--a price that will undoubtedly trigger fierce competition at retail.
HP has permanently cut the price of its low-end TouchPad to $399, making the tablet a competitive buy in a market of similarly configured $499 tablets from first-tier vendors Motorola, Samsung, and Apple.