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Ingram Micro expands Consumer Electronics Division

Distributor adds AVAD to its CE Division to help partners with more cross-sell opportunities

Hands-on with Motorola’s Droid X

The Droid X, which Verizon Wireless will start selling Thursday, offers a striking 4.3-inch screen and decent battery life

Tether Your PC to the Internet via BlackBerry

Say good-bye to spotty hotel Internet and overloaded coffee-shop wireless

The best Windows 7 downloads

With these free and low-cost downloads, you can customize and tweak Windows 7 just about any way you wish

Reading on paper is faster than iBooks on the iPad

Study shows reading e-books are slower than reading it the old fashion way - on paper

Slideshow: 10 Canadian mobile and wireless companies to watch

Meet the 10 Canadian firms IDC Canada has identified as mobile and wireless companies to watchrnrn

Cisco takes on Apple with Android-based Cius business tablet

Cisco Systems has entered the tablet market with the Cius, a business-friendly video tablet running Google's Android OS

Netbooks could suffer deathblow from iPad, tablets

Slate-style devices will outsell netbooks by 2012, Forrester forecasts. Another firm, DisplaySearch, offered up even short-term estimates in the tablet-versus-netbook battle

Apple iPhone 4: Design nerds triumph over usability

Apple has made some unprecedented design decisions that reflect the growing power and dominance inside Apple of the pure-design people, and a reduced emphasis on practical usability

Geek 101: Multitasking and your smartphone

iOS 4 and Android are more alike than you think, even more so with iOS 4's release. Here's how they compare for multitasking

Canadians are rediscovering desktop PCs: NPD Group

NPD's analysis for the first four months of the year shows strength in desktops, portables and accessories

Canada considers banning some phone lock-ins

A lawmaker proposes a law that would require operators to unlock phones that people buy without a contract

Meet Apple’s new iPhone 4G, coming to Canada in July

CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the new smartphone at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco

4 cool Computex gadgets that aren’t tablets

While iPhone alternatives dominated Computex, here are four cool non-tablet gadgets from the show

A new iPhone? What to expect from Apple and Steve Jobs at WWDC

Some of the suspense has been muted, but there are still answers to what we don't know

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