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Thursday, 14 Apr 2011
RIM's first tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, is reviewed by the Engadget gang. Verdict?
Microsoft releases an early preview version of Internet Explorer 10 with continued support for HTML5 as well as enhanced hardware acceleration.
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011
Cisco kills the Flip division after spending $600 million for it in March 2009. It will remove 550 positions in the next three months.
LG Display showcases a 47-inch Transparent IPS LCD screen with multiÂtouch functionality.
Qualcomm's German Twitter account has confirmed their 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor will be seen on the HTC Sensation.
Adobe has announced two new iPad apps which integrate with their Creative Suite of products.
A new Kindle from Amazon will feature advertisements onscreen and is the cheapest of the range, costing only US$114.
Monday, 11 Apr 2011
Twitter's war against spam started as a one-woman battle, and has now evolved to a 30-person team, one of the few inside Twitter which runs 24-hours.
Facebook has launched the Open Compute Project; and in the process, released details of its energy efficient data center design.
Sony looks set to join the tablet revolution, that is, if CEO Howard Stringer's announcement of Sony's plan to deliver a Honeycomb-based tablet is realized before the end of the year.