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RIM to give developers Web, push tools

Research In Motion will give developers tools to build Web applications that work offline, expanding beyond the Java platform that has been at the core of BlackBerry applications until now, the company said Tuesday.

Stock smackdown hits tech harder than most

Worries about consumer spending, advertising and the ability of IT companies to raise money appear to have hit many tech stocks harder even than the overall market on Monday, one of the worst days on Wall Street since 1929.

3G modems for laptops booming

Fast cellular modems for laptops are flying out the door as business users hit the road and tire of looking for Wi-Fi hotspots, an ABI Research analyst said Friday.

Chip imitates ear to clean up cell calls

If instead of writing this story I were telling it to you on my cellphone, while rushing through San Francisco International Airport past crying babies and the boarding announcements for Delta Flight 7867 to Seoul, you probably wouldn't understand ha...

IT a culprit, saviour in climate change

Climate change is both a large-scale crisis and a huge opportunity, and IT has a role in both, industry executives said at a panel discussion at the annual TechNet Innovation Summit in the US..

Cisco muffles Linksys death knell

The saga of Cisco Systems and its Linksys consumer and small-business division continued last week as Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers hinted at the companies' future branding strategy.

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