April 29, 2009

“CNET News Morning Dispatch”

Filed under: News — hypeplug @ 5:43 pm

Apple plots course for middle of

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For years, the PC industry has longed to make a compelling device that's bigger than a phone but smaller than a notebook. They have failed. Can Apple pull it off?

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April 29, 2009

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For years, the PC industry has longed to make a compelling device that’s bigger than a phone but smaller than a notebook. They have failed. Can Apple pull it off?
Wed, Apr 29 04:00:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story
New details are emerging on the new gaming handheld, which 1Up reports will be officially unveiled at E3. Launch predictions: September in Japan; October or November in U.S.
Wed, Apr 29 05:38:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story
Without seeing the device, industry observers remain underwhelmed by what Dell could bring to the mobile computing market.
Wed, Apr 29 04:00:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story
The software maker says it has finalized the code for the second service pack update to the operating system.
Tue, Apr 28 18:52:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story

CNET snaps photos of RealNetwork’s “Facet,” a prototype DVD player that copies and stores hundreds of films. Is this the real reason Hollywood sued Real?
• Real CEO acknowledges RealDVD will copy rentals

Wed, Apr 29 01:50:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story

The search giant had asked for a 60-day extension, but a federal judge felt four months were needed to give more authors a chance to join or opt out.

Tue, Apr 28 14:21:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story

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