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Peter Svensson

Better, faster, sharper iPad expected soon

Apple's has revealed further hints that it will soon be unveiling a new iPad model, with rumours pointing to a speedier processor and sharper screen.

AT&T ends Tiger Woods sponsorship

AT&T said on Thursday it would no longer sponsor Tiger Woods, joining Accenture in dropping support for the world's top golfer.

Google’s Chrome lacks polish

Google's new web browser does much of what a browser needs to do these days, but falls short of Google's goals.

Sony opens up e-book reader

Sony is trying a new tack in the e-books market: untethering the latest model of its e-book reading device from its own online bookstore.

Teen ‘unlocks’ iPhone with soldering iron

Armed with a soldering iron and a large supply of energy drinks, a teenager has developed a way to make the iPhone, arguably the gadget of the year, available to a much wider audience. The phone, which combines an innovative touch-screen interface with the media-playing abilities of the iPod, is currently sold only in the United States.

Radio for the world, if they’ll listen

It's one of the stranger consequences of globalisation: in India, salesmen are going door to door selling satellite radios that receive, among other things, National Public Radio's All Things Considered. The company behind this combination of 1930s-style marketing and space-age technology is WorldSpace, a Washington, DC-based outfit that is trying to make satellite radio a global phenomenon.

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