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Apple: record revenue, record Mac sales, profits upview story

http://www.itwire.com – Record quarterly Mac sales of 3.47 million units, increased iPhone sales, and a successful iPad launch have all contributed to record profit and substantial year-on-year revenue growth at Apple. (IT news)

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Toshiba Australia: we’ll do Android slates, but not smartphonesview story

http://apcmag.com – Toshiba Australia MD confirms the release of Android and Windows slates starting in October, but says it’s steering clear of the Android smartphone market for now... (IT news)

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Acer releases $449 dual-boot Windows-Android netbookview story

http://apcmag.com – Acer’s new Aspire One D260 goes on sale this week, with the $449 netbook offering the best of both worlds – it can boot into both Windows 7 and Android 2.1. (IT news)

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Apple’s iPhone 4 antenna issue – solved on a case-by-case basis?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Apple’s emergency press conference has come and gone, and after casing things out, Apple says all smartphones have the same antenna problems – but why don’t most other smartphones need a case, when the iPhone 4 now effectively comes with a free case for best-case use? (IT news)

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Google’s Nexus One to shortly become Nexus nOneview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google’s superphone and iPhone alternative, the Nexus One, has succumbed to the kryptonite of market pressures where competing against your smartphone manufacturing partners for retail sales didn’t prove as successful as Google hoped. (IT news)

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Review: NetComm’s MyZone, the 3.5G Wi-Fi hotspotview story

http://www.itwire.com – Although competing models with a screen showing you signal strength and battery life do exist, NetComm’s “MyZone Pocket 3G Router” is the slimmest and most capable 3.5G Wi-Fi router on the market, giving Wi-Fi access to all your gadgets when on the go – whether you’re at home, interstate or overseas. (IT news)

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REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy S -- Android 2.1 on Optusview story

http://apcmag.com – There's a vast array of Android handsets out there ranging from rubbish to serious iPhone 4 competitors. This curvaceous Samsung is more towards the iPhone end. (IT news)

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SAP dons the budgie smugglersview story

http://www.itwire.com – Software giant SAP had its Tony Abbott moment today, flip flopping yet again on the anticipated release data of its Business by Design ERP system in Australia; first it was next month, then next year, then sometime in the future. (IT news)

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Conroy plugs NBN at CA conferenceview story

http://www.itwire.com – Despite being in the midst of a Federal election, Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy took a remarkably non-partisan approach when he opened CA Technology's customer conference in Melbourne this morning. (IT news)

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FOSS dev launches petition against software patentsview story

http://www.itwire.com – Close on the heels of New Zealand declaring that software would not be patentable, a Melbourne free software advocate and developer has drafted a petition to press for the same to happen in Australia. (IT news)

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Election 2010: Where is the Big Australian?view story

http://www.itwire.com – The National Broadband Network is the biggest industry development program ever undertaken in this country. Let's hope it works, because it's a huge chunk of change to throw at faster movie downloads. (IT news)

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Livescribe's smartpens get smarterview story

http://www.itwire.com – Livescribe, the company behind the smart-paper based Pulse smartpen, has announced a new model, the Echo smartpen, several significant software enhancements and previewed a number of new developments slated for introduction later this year. (IT news)