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145 million tablets in 2013

145 million tablets will ship worldwide in this year, with increasingly affordable devices and greater adoption in business but little device innovation.

Samsung owns 20% of TV market

Samsung held the largest market share of all flat-panel TVs (including LCD, LED and plasma) with nearly 20 percent in the first three quarters of 2010.

Android set to crush Nokia/Microsoft

<a href="http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/index.cfm?prodcatid=18">Smartphone</a> shipments grew from 177 million in 2009 to 302 million in 2010, a remarkable 71 percent growth rate.

Mobile app downloads to peak in 2013

Today most mobile applications for smartphones are downloaded from "app stores," such as Apple's <a href="http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/index.cfm?ReviewID=117835">iPhone</a> App Store, which is forecast to continue to lead the field. But new dat...

Apple leads smartphone sales boom

Smartphone sales surged in the last three months of 2009, with 25% more sold than in the preceding quarter. Apple's iPhone, the Blackberry and Nokia were the overall winners.

Bluetooth spurs short-range wireless

Global shipments of short-range wireless ICs (Bluetooth, NFC, UWB, 802.15.4, Wi-Fi) are expected to surpass two billion units this year, increasing approximately 20 percent compared to 2009.

Twitter nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Twitter and its creators are worthy of being considered for the Nobel Peace Prize for the role they played during the recent civil unrest in Iran, according to a former US national security adviser.

NEWS: Hasselblad readies 60-megapixel camera

At the photokina 2008 trade show Hasselblad showed off its new flagship camera, the H3DII-50, that is the first digital camera on the market to feature Kodak's 50-megapixel sensor. A 60-megapixel model will be announced in 2009. The sensor measures 3...

Pope blasts Internet and violent video games

In an attack on popular culture and consumerism in an address to thousands of young Australian Catholics Pope Benedict XVI blasted the Internet, TV and video games for promoting sex and violence as entertainment.

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