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T-Mobile will be exclusively offering Nokia's Lumia 810 and LG's Optimus L9 smartphones in the U.S.
Super Talent Technology today announced their fourth-generation Value SSD (VSSD), the VSSD Bolt.
Rovio Entertainment and Lucasfilm Ltd. announced today a new collaboration; Angry Birds Star Wars. Launching worldwide on November 8, the partnership will combine all the fun of the classic Angry Birds and Angry Birds Space with the characters, stories and settings of the epic space fantasy, Star Wars.
Samsung has developed F2FS, a new Linux file-system designed for NAND flash memory-based storage devices such as solid-state disks, eMMC, and SD cards.
The latest Kinect for Windows runtime and software development kit (SDK) was released today and the Kinect for Windows sensor is now available in China.
PROMISE Technology today announced the availability of the Pegasus J2, an ultra-portable Thunderbolt storage device for a Macs.
Walmart and American Express today announced the launch of Bluebird, an alternative to debit and checking accounts designed to help Walmart's consumers better manage and control their everyday finances.
Polycom has announced the RealPresence CloudAXIS Suite, which lets users add their Skype, Facebook, Google Talk and other business video applications to their video conferences from a browser via a hyperlink.
HTC Corp posted a record 79 percent drop in quarterly profit as competition from Samsung Electronics and Apple drove down sales of the Taiwanese company?s devices.
China's phone-equipment makers Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp. provide opportunities for Chinese intelligence services to tamper with U.S. telecommunications networks for spying, according to a congressional report.
Google's Youtube iis bringing 60 new original channels in France, the UK, Germany and the US, made by content producers like Jamie Oliver and Michael Cera.
Google is bringing in the U.K. a credit card to pay for spending on advertising through its AdWords program, the company said on Sunday.

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