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Tuesday, March 26, 2013
A Microsoft officialy today mentioned the magic word "Blue" in a blog post, as part of the announcement of the next Windows development conference, Build 2013.
Kaspersky Lab has detected the first serious targeted attack on Android-based mobile devices staged by Chinese-speaking authors and designed to steal contacts, messages and other information.
Pictures of the Samsung Galaxy SIV Mini have leaked online, along with a list of specifications.
Imation expanded its IronKey secure USB product line with the new IronKey D80 flash drives and H80 hard drives.
Worldwide shipments of smart connected devices grew 29.1% year over year in 2012, crossing 1 billion units shipped with a value of $576.9 billion. The market expansion was largely driven by 78.4% year-over-year growth in tablet shipments, which surpassed 128 million in 2012.
T-Mobile is simplifying its lineup of consumer rate plans to a single plan for unlimited talk, text and Web, enabling its customers to get popular smartphones including the iPhone 5 whenever they want for the lowest upfront cost. T-Mobile also debuted its fast 4G LTE network service in seven major metropolitan areas.
T-Mobile USA is expected to layout later today its new plans to sell the iPhone and other smartphones on an unsubsidized basis with no-contract, unlimited data plans.
Nokia today introduced the latest addition to its Premium Developer Program, this time focusing on Asha full touch developers.
STMicroelectronics has signed a new Euro 350 million loan agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Nvidia today released the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST GPU. The a card based on the NVIDIA Kepler architecture and it is equipped with 768 NVIDIA CUDA cores. Available in 2GB and 1GB configurations it is priced at $169 and $149, respectively.
Google has launched new versions of Google+ for iPhone and Android, offering improvements in photos, posts, profiles and communities.
Intel is reportedly nearing media companies Time Warner, NBC Universal and Viacom in order to strike agree deals that would allow the company offer TV shows and films for an online multichannel pay-TV service.
Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC (SCEA) today introduced several titles from its independent developer portfolio for all PlayStation platforms, including the PlayStation 4 system.
Spotify will be available on LG Electronics' 2013 range of smart media products, including Blu-ray Home Cinema Systems and Blu-ray players.
Sharp is not expecting an immediate investment from Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. and will consider other methods of fundraising while continuing talks with the company.
Corsair has updated its Neuton GTX line of performance consumer SSDs with 19nm Toggle-NAND flash chips made by Toshiba.
Kingston continues to celebrate its 10th HyperX anniversary with the release of all-new black printed circuit boards (PCB) on two of its product lines - the high-performance HyperX Beast and entry-level enthusiast 'black' lines.

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