HP may have grand ambitions for WebOS software, but the company just revealed it will suspend development of WebOS tablets and smartphones, due to reported low sales of its TouchPad Tablet. The company is even considering spinning off its PC business to focus on software and technology services.
Iraq's Asiacell will switch from per-minute to per-second billing on Sunday, as per a request from a government panel and regulatory body.
Patent licensing company Wi-Lan has mounted a hostile takeover offer for rival Mosaid Technologies, in a move that could see the creation of a company with around 3,400 issued or pending patents.
Angry Birds developer Rovio is worth several billion dollars, but has no intention of selling unless it receives a high enough offer, an executive said in an interview with Finnish news.
Sales of smartphones using Google's Android OS have overtaken iPhone sales in Australia for the first time, according to a recent survey.
UK regulator Ofcom has fined TalkTalk and subsidiary Tiscali UK £3 million ($4.9 million) for billing over 65,000 customers for services they did not receive.
Nokia has made the Anna update to its Symbian OS available for download for Nokia N8, C7, C6-01 and E7 handsets.
Research shows that websites are using a form of web tracking known as “supercookies,” which can re-create user profiles even after traditional cookies have been removed.
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