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Twitter acquires email developer

Twitter continues to buy companies that can help boost revenue

Samsung launches low-end Windows Phone

With a 4-inch display the phone will compete with Nokia's Lumia 610

Really old technology that’s still working today

There are a number of obsolete technologies and gadgets that have persisted from slightly less ancient times right down to the current day

Panasonic posts $10 billion loss

This is the largest single loss reported by a Japan-based IT vendor

A look inside James Bond’s Q-Lab

Plus where is Samsung's 55-inch super OLED display?

Citrix boosts VDI offering with Project Avalon

Project Avalon eventually will allow enterprises to run any Windows application or desktop on any device in a cloud

Tablet vendors try to one-up each other this summer

Summer 2012 promises to be the season of tablet experimentation

EMC buys flash-array start-up XtremIO

XtremIO joins a long list of flash products offered by EMC

Adobe brings Lightroom 4 to the Mac marketplace

If Lightroom does well in the Mac App Store, it's possible we might see other Adobe heavyweights come to the store in the future

HP expands cloud services

Organizations can test out HP's soon-to-be commercialized compute, storage and content delivery services

BYOD stirs up legal problems

This legal white-hot knife cuts both ways; employees need personal protections, too

High Tech Countdown: Big leadership changes at Microsoft Canada

Plus Cisco trims the fat, an HP update and a swim suit for the Apple iPhone

Canadians targeted by police-themed ransomware

'Police Trojan' locks down computers and asks their owners to pay a fine for violating several laws

Twitter resists subpoena to release user’s data without warrant

A judge erred when ruling a person does not own content he posts to the service, Twitter said

Avnet boosts HP service opportunities for the channel

Distributor partners with HP ServiceOne program for Canada and the U.S.

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