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Lenovo unveils new tablets, smartphone and plans ‘smart TV’

The three Android tablets will be sold under the 'Idea' brand outside of China

$200 Blackberry Playbook pulled from retail shelves

Days after the Blackberry Playbook tablet's price dropped to $200 and up, something strange is going on

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The Galaxy Nexus is an exceptional phone, arguably the finest Android handset to date

How the channel can tackle mobile security

At this year's Channel Elite Awards, Info-Tech analyst James Quin discussed how solution providers can take on the security challenges that come with consumerization

Kobo Vox

Kobo Books' Android 2.3-based tablet offers a more open alternative to the Amazon Kindle Fire

Montreal’s Trellia Networks acquired by Wyse Technology

Consumerization trend drives acquisition of mobile device management company

Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android

Photoshop Touch brings finger-friendly image manipulation and core Photoshop tools to Android tablets

Wireless carrier Mobilicity dumps Dave Dobbin

President of wireless startup is gone after 18 months of operations. An industry analyst says the debt from buying spectrum plus having to build its own network may have played a part

McAfee: Android is sole target of new mobile malware in Q3

Overall, more malware has been written over time for the Symbian mobile operating system, but Android has now eclipsed it for new exploits

10 cool new offerings from CES 2011

The year of the tablet Every January the tech community gathers in Las Vegas to show off its latest offerings and try to convince the...

Motorola Mobility shareholders approve Google acquisition

The deal still requires clearances from regulators in the U.S. and other countries

Why it’s not too late for Windows Phone 7

Some people believe that Windows Phone 7 is too little, too late, and that Microsoft can't compete with platforms like iOS and Android

Laptop-hungry SMBs drive Canadian PC demand in Q3

Despite reports of its death and market challenges from possible spinoffs to flooding, IDC reports resilience in Canada's PC market

HP unveils its first business ultrabook

The new ultrabook and other products come shortly after the company decided not to sell its PC business

Aerohive pushes branch networks to cloud

A cloud-based service starting at US$99 is designed for easy deployment and maintenance

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