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Date: 2010-04-27
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Company News:
RIM unveils rejigged BlackBerry models ahead of WES

TORONTO (Reuters) - Research in Motion is launching variations of two existing BlackBerry smartphones, the company said on Monday, and its co-chief executive hinted

Yahoo expands offering on Samsung phones
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc has struck a deal to expand the role of its services on cellphones of the world's second-largest handset maker Samsung, as the two battle larger rivals on the wireless market.

Vodafone to sell Google phone in UK from April 30
LONDON (Reuters) - Vodafone will be Europe's first carrier to sell Google's Nexus One phone, starting in Britain on April 30, in a boost for the operator beaten to Apple's iPhone by O2.

Pirates rewrite script for Apple's China iPad launch

SHENZHEN/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Just three weeks after the global launch, bootleg versions of Apple Inc's hot-selling iPad tablet PCs have begun sh

Digital Signs Don't Sell, Don't Inform When They Display the Blues
IMS Research just reported that the digital signage market racked up about $4 billion in sales last year performing well even during the downturn and with a projected growth of 20+ percent over the next three years. Great news for all of the partners/players. Problem is many organizations still use PCs as signage controllers. Does the job lots of the time but they also suffer from the common ailments of PCs...malware, unscheduled updates, blue screen. A better and more economic solution is a controller made specifically for networking (or local use) and non-PC based.


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