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BBM for Android, iPhone rolls out this weekend

Some good news from BlackBerry Ltd. The company’s BlackBerry Messaging service continues to grow as the Canadian smart phone maker prepares to make BBM...

Microsoft: 2 Windows versions won’t benefit Koreans

Microsoft Corp. responded to a written report filed by the South Korea Fair Trade Commission (FTC) that outlines the agency's December 2005 decision to fine the company and order it to offer two different versions of Windows in South Korea. The FTC's decision is not supported by facts and if it is allowed to stand it will have "a negative effect on Korean consumers and Korean innovation," Microsoft said.


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3G : 3G

The future of 3G technologies still remains uncertain, but most Europeans are still positive about its launch according to a new report.

U.S. Army leading the way in portal technology

The U.S. Army has overhauled its Web presence with a new intranet portal designed to provide 1.2 million personnel with a one-stop shop for Army information.

Asia catches instant messaging fever

English-speaking countries in the Asia-Pacific region have been quicker in taking up instant messaging than non-English speaking countries, according to a study carried out by Gartner G2, a business strategy arm of Gartner Inc.

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