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Symantec compares iOS and Android security

Apple's iOS wins in most categories, but neither offer protection against phishing

Apple could own a third of the mobile industry

Apple has enough money in the bank to buy at least three-quarters of the mobile phone industry

How to get a handle on mobile device management

The answer may be to invest in mobile device management software

HP announces app discovery resource for TouchPad

Pivot is an editorial resource that will highlight apps available for HP's upcoming TouchPad tablet

The history of Atari Computers

A legend in gaming, Atari also has a long product legacy in the PC market

Dell Inspiron 17R

Dell's highly configurable Inspiron 17R desktop replacement sports an elegant, clean design

Tablet pioneer partners with Telus

Motion Computing looks to vertical markets to compete against new crop of tablet makers

Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer

A simple design and low ink costs make the ESP C310 a better choice for basic home use than other MFPs in its price range

Thunderbolt iMac: The perfect compromise

Apple's blazing-fast, elegant, and economical everything-in-one goes where ordinary desktops can't

Mobile Developers Still Choosing Android Over iOS

Android widened its lead on iOS as the format in which developers chose to code for

Is Cisco wise to retreat into the data centre?

By dumping the Flip camera and with the Linksys business reportedly on the block, Cisco risks missing the consumerization of IT boat

MSI gives sneak peek at US$299 10-inch Enjoy tablet

MSI's new Android tablets were being quietly shown away from the main show floor

New Intel Atom chip to lower netbook prices

The new Atom N435 processor is targeted at sub-$200 netbooks in emerging markets

Intel launches new class of ‘Ultrabook’ laptops at Computex

Ultrabooks will evolve over a few years into a new class of thin and light laptops

Summer launch for the iPhone 5 – rumour

Report claims the next-generation iPhone will launch in July or August

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