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Five reasons why you should believe in BlackBerry

Waterloo, Ont.'s RIM still has some fight in it yet

Android tablets grab 20 per cent of market share

ABI Research reports Android tablets have nipped 20 percent of the tablet market share--but the iPad is still the big player

Mega deal between Google and Motorola Mobility

Google said the deal will not affect the development of the its Android operating system

RIM launches smartphone management for small businesses

Free cloud-based service allows small companies to wipe data from BlackBerry smartphones for security

Belkin promises easier setup, greater bandwidth with router refresh

The networking vendor has launched five new consumer wireless routers into the Canadian market

Intel gives Ultrabooks a $300M investment boost

Intel hopes to rejuvenate interest in the PC market with Ultrabooks, which will bridge the gap between tablets and PCs

HP EliteBook 8460p

A little heavy, but a durable business notebook with solid performance

Lenovo to release new Le tablet and smartphone in Q3

Lenovo is aiming at a 20 per cent share of the Chinese tablet market

First look at RIM’s new BlackBerry 7 smartphones

The smartphone maker homes the new Bold and Torches will give it a sales boost

Android mobile malware infection spikes

'Startup phase of mobile malware' shows experimentation by attackers, says expert

RIM cutting 2,000 jobs as COO announces retirement

The embattled Canadian tech giant provides details on its

Enterprise tablet use a growing trend for 2011: IDC Canada

IDC Canada says that 2011 will be a year of experimentation with tablets in the workplace, but the devices are still primarily built for consumers

First look at Lenovo’s super thin X1

Vendor builds in ruggedness to its ultra slim notebook

Lenovo takes third spot in global PC sales from Acer

Lenovo benefits from the global expansion of its distribution channel, while management issues hurt Acer

Google Chromebook lacks luster — and purpose

Samsung Chromebook Series 5 3G brings ho-hum hardware to the half-baked Chrome OS

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