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Analysis: Customers won't come until they're confident that waving their banking app at a point of sale terminal won't open their account to wireless thieves.
The social network vows to clean up its act, but isn't saying how it will tell the legitimate likes from those clicked by bots.
Smartphones, large TVs, ultraportable hybrids and other new gadgets make their debut, but getting on board with some of these new trends comes at a cost.
Rhino joins Hooha, a free Android program built for the new microblogging network, which describes itself as developer-friendly and ad-free.
The answer engine has created a new tool that will dig into your Facebook account and tell you things such as when and where you were born and even what the weather was like then.
The latest addition is Mailgun, a transactional email service targeted at developers and Rackspace Senior Vice President of Corporate Development Pat Matthews says it will not be the last acquisition for the company.
Nokia and Microsoft are expected to kick off the season September 5 by announcing a high-end Lumia phone, probably with a new version of Windows Phone OS.
The February case has already resulted in a ban on the sale of Galaxy Nexus phones in the United States, although that injunction is pending appeal.
Dell's new vStart for VDI is based on VMware's View 5.1 VDI software and Citrix XenDesktop 5.6.
Lenovo is adding more all-in-ones with touchscreens to take advantage of Windows 8.
New devices detected by online clipping service may be iPad 2 in a smaller package with its graphics capabilities too limited to run Apple's eye-popping Retina display.
Did Microsoft design its own hybrid tablet only after being disappointed by its partners' unimaginative designs?