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Lenovo IdeaPad U300s ultrabook

The IdeaPad U300s isn't the fastest Ultrabook we've tested, and ports are minimal, but style and ergonomics make up for a lot

Five ways to protect your smartphone from bad apps

McAfee released a set of 5 tips to help ensure that your smartphone remains secure and free of potentially harmful mobile apps

Why your next workstation should be a touchscreen

Touchscreen PCs have arrived at a price most businesses can afford. Here's why you should make the leap from the traditional desktop PC

Managed security service designed for iOS, Android, Windows, BlackBerry smartphones

The service relies on an IBM software agent being installed on each device intended to be managed

Adobe’s decision to ditch mobile Flash: What you need to know

Flash will still live on the desktop and, fret not, mobile Flash will still be patched

Asus announces quad-core Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet

Tablet will have Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor and Google's Android 3.2 OS

HP Touchpad on sale again, this time for developers

HP TouchPad tablets with 32GB are on sale to developers with a qualifying coupon

Wireless carrier Wind Mobile expanding across Canada

Carrier will add Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Halifax next year. Meanwhile it might resume public lobbying for a decision on the rules for the 700 MHz auction

RIM’s 2011 so far: 10 months of BlackBerry ups and (mostly) downs

We look back on 10 months of highs and lows for the Canadian tech giant

Apple ‘will overhaul all product lines next year’

Report claims Cupertino is planning updates for all major products in 2012

RIM’s down in U.S., but future is brighter elsewhere

Overseas users like BlackBerry Messenger, new phones appeal to youth in Europe, Asia, Africa

HP releases new Slate tablet after retaining PC unit

Hewlett-Packard's Slate 2 is the company's first tablet after it announcing it would not spin off or sell its PC unit

Five must-have iPad gadgets for geeks

Custom-designed for technophiles who want their iPads to do more

Sony to buy Sony Ericsson, turn into subsidiary

The Japanese electronics maker says it will pay Ericsson

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