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10 Mobile and Wireless Technologies To Watch

Gartner is highlighting 10 mobile and wireless networking technologies -- including new versions of Bluetooth and location-awareness -- it says will play a big role in business-to-employee and business-to-consumer interactions over the next couple of years.


Apple on Track to Sell 7.6 Million iPads in 2010

Apple says it has sold more than two million iPads since it launched the tablet two months ago.


Facebook Hires Former Bush Regulator for Privacy Defense

Facebook has hired lawyer Tim Muris, a former senior regulator in the Bush administration, to defend its privacy policies against government scrutiny.

AT&T, Sprint Launch Low-Price, High-Style Phones

AT&T and Sprint Nextel launched new phones with a focus on style, quick connections, and lower costs.


PC Shipments Will Rise 20 Percent in 2010, Researcher Says

Global PC shipments will top 366 million units this year, according to a new forecast from Gartner.

Watch Out: Spammers Aim at Google Buzz

It didn't take long for spammers to start harvesting the resources of the newest social network, warn Websense security analysts.

Hot in 2010: Facebook, Green Tech, and the Cloud

Market researchers at Gartner offer an overview of what's ahead for technology and business.

Tech Trends 2010: Predictions for the Year Ahead

Six IT industry observers offer their predictions for 2010 and speculate on who will be the winners and losers in the coming year.

iMac Update a Failure -- New Displays Continue to Flicker

According to Apple's own support forum, owners of Apple's 27-in. iMac say the company's firmware update released earlier this week has not solved their flickering display problems.

Microsoft Patch Fixes Office 2003 Lockout Bug

Microsoft on Saturday fixed a bug that locked out Office 2003 users from accessing documents safeguarded with the company's rights-management security technology.

British Hacker Loses Another Extradiction Appeal

The U.K. Home Minister says Gary McKinnon must face his charges in the U.S., as the latest in a line of rebuffs.