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  • BlackBerry Internet access blocked in Egypt as protests continue for third day

     
    BlackBerry Internet access has been reportedly blocked in Egypt on the third day of violent protests calling for political reform in the country. On Tuesday, Twitter and Facebook were blocked by the Egyptian government, which has been run by President...
  • Apple iPhone 5, iPad 2 could have wave-and-pay features

     
    The next Apple iPhone might include features that could enable users to not just make phone calls, but make purchases with their phones. Multiple reports have come out today siting various sources on Apple's supposed plans to include "near-field...
  • The New York Times details Web, mobile app subscription plans launching March 28 [Updated]

     
    The New York Times pay wall, online and in-app, is going live worldwide on March 28. That is, unless you live in Canada. The New York Times digital subscription plans, went live on Thursday morning for those in Canada, as a way to test out the new service...
  • Apple sues Amazon over 'Appstore' name, alleging trademark infringement

     
    Apple has filed a lawsuit against Amazon accusing the Web retailer giant of copyright infringement over the name "app store." The dispute, as Download Apple amazon, filed March 18, is over the name of Amazon's new store for mobile phone applications --...
  • Consumer Confidential: Verizon merger nixed, AT&T goes 3-D, BlackBerry tablet coming

     
    Here's your soul-train Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --With AT&T gobbling up T-Mobile, all eyes have turned to Verizon and whether the company will now make a play for Sprint Nextel. For what it's worth, Verizon......
  • RIM says PlayBook tablet will run Android apps

     
    Less than a month before its first tablet computer goes on sale, BlackBerry maker Research in Motion announced that its PlayBook tablet will support applications written for Android, the operating system that powers many smartphones that compete with...
  • Google delays delivering Android Honeycomb for open source

     
    Those waiting for Android Honeycomb will have to wait some more. Google announced that it will delay distribution of its newest Android source code, nicknamed Honeycomb, for the foreseeable future. Designed to run on tablet computers, the Honeycomb...
  • Google defends its openness for Android

     
    To counteract rumors that Google was clamping down on the openness of its Android operating software, the tech giant took to the blogosphere. "We continue to be an open source platform and will continue releasing source code when it is......
  • Apple still dominates in app market, despite Android growth, report says

     
    Despite tremendous growth for Google's Android market, the Apple App Store still dominates mobile app revenues, a market that is predicted to double by 2014, a report says. Apple is projected to rake in $2.91 billion selling apps in 2011,......
  • Apple's iPhone passes RIM's BlackBerry for second place in U.S. smartphone market

     
    Research In Motion's BlackBerry line fell to the third spot in the U.S. smartphone market in April as Apple's iPhone moved into number two behind Google's Android phones, according to a new report. BlackBerry phones have been second most popular...
  • Apple bans DUI apps

     
    Drinking and driving? Don't look to Apple for help. In an update of its App Store review guidelines Wednesday, the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant explicitly banned apps that warn drivers of DUI checkpoints not disclosed publicly by police. "Apps which........