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Apple's introduces forth generation iPod

Apple's introduces forth generation iPodApple CEO Steve Jobs has unveiled the forth generation of Apple’s iPod in an event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday.

Android 2.1 to feature in Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

Android 2.1 to feature in Sony Ericsson Xperia X10A news of rejoice for the users of Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 comes in the form of an update Android 2.1 which soon be released for the smartphone.

Sony Ericsson through a blog posted by Twitter stated that the 2.1 update will be released by the company in near September which proves to be news of delight as in the light of release of fourth quarter when the actual date was scheduled.

Gmail unveils the priority inbox feature

Gmail unveils the priority inbox featureGoogle’s Gmail claims of releasing the latest feature called as the priority inbox.

Seemingly it is an answer to all the rapidly increasing number of blogs and emails, or emails which aren’t outright spam, but at the same time, aren’t crucial.

Microsoft proffers new Xbox controller

Microsoft proffers new Xbox controllerMicrosoft has upgraded the design of wireless controller for its Xbox 360 console as reported by Larry Hyrb, Director of Programming for Xbox Live and has been posting the uploading the latest version on YouTube.

Sophos and Symantec issue Scareware threats

Sophos and Symantec issue Scareware threatsSecurity firm Symantec has cautioned travelers making use of public interests aces terminals to be aware of possible Scareware attacks.

The software engineers hinted of the defect with “Defense Center Installer” at an unnamed UK and also posted issues a false warning that an individual will supposedly be lured to purchase fake software to remove the attack.

e-book market on a surge

e-book market on a surgeThe e-book market is rapidly soaring at the same time with the release of the iPad the latest finding claims 41% of tablet owners wish to opt for Apple gadget than any of the print materials present, and this also adds Amazon Kindle.

It appears that the classic references for instance, the Oxford English Dictionary are feeling the heat from comprehensive online resources.

BT broadband ad affected by ASA ban

BT broadband ad affected by ASA banBT has been hit twice in the present month in regard of advertising of its broadband products.

As reports stated three weeks ago, an advertising related to the fibre-to-the-cabinet offering 40Mbps Infinity service was tagged in form of Advertising Standards Authority, and BT was compelled to reinstate the tag-line to “instant Internet”.

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