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Toshiba has been slinging Satellites and Qosmios and Kirabooks for basically ages now, but its days a purveyor of consumer computers may be winding down in a market near you. According to a statement the company issued last night, it's shifting its focus a bit -- the big priority is now crafting P...

September 18th 2014 at 12:34pm 0 Comments
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Apple announced last week that it would begin offering volume purchasing for iOS apps, and a week later the program is open for enrollment (but still U.S.-only, unfortunately). Enrolling in the program requires that you be authorized to make purchases for your company, and you'll also need a vali...

July 20th 2011 at 10:30pm 0 Comments
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In a move that's sure to make developers and IT heads happy, Apple will soon allow businesses to purchase apps in volume. Apple made the announcement tonight on its business page and through an email to registered developers. Not only will Apple allow business to buy ten or ten-thousand copie...

July 13th 2011 at 9:30pm 0 Comments
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Canada's Rogers has been offering UMA on a selection of BlackBerry models to end users for some time, but the technology never seems to have fully caught on anywhere in the world -- which is strange, considering how awesome the concept of seamless WiFi-to-cellular call transitions might sound. Both...

March 14th 2011 at 1:29pm 0 Comments
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We didn't want to get sucked into this whole Enso debacle, but our first post on the company and its too good to be true zenPad resulted in a flurry of warnings about unsatisfied customers and never-appearing shipments. After numerous delays we finally got one to try out -- and a sad, sorry review u...

September 10th 2010 at 10:52am 0 Comments
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You might think that in the process of adapting its recently-launched Friends & Family package to a business audience, Verizon would've changed the name to something more... you know, business-oriented, but nope -- Friends & Family for Business launches on March 15. On plans starting at $59...

March 12th 2009 at 3:02pm 0 Comments
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We've had our eye on Philips (that's Royal Philips Electronics to you) spinoff iRex Technologies ever since we heard that the company was developing a Sony Reader-like e-book device with some pretty compelling features, but there's been no word on the so-called iLiad since it failed to ship last mon...

May 31st 2006 at 4:26pm 0 Comments