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Next iPad may be a 4G game changer

b>SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK/b>: Apple Inc is betting a 4G-equipped iPad will tempt more consumers to watch high-quality video on the go.


Apple to seek safeguards for iPhone contact lists

b>CUPERTINO (California)/b>: Apple said application developers will have to get express permission from users before tapping into contact information stored in its popular gadgets, in a move to address privacy concerns.


Toymakers look to 80s, apps and Facebook for hits

b>NEW YORK:/bComing off a year in which US toy sales fell 2%, toymakers and buyers at the 109th American Toy Fair here are looking for the elusive runaway hit that failed to materialise last year.


Oracle to buy Taleo for RM5.7bil as cloud war hots up

b>BOSTON:/bOracle Corp agreed to buy Taleo Corp, a maker of web-based software for recruiting employees, for about US$1.9bil (RM5.7bil), as technology giants battle for the top spot in the fast-growing cloud computing market.


Samsung no interest in buying troubled RIM

b>SEOUL:/bSamsung Electronics Co is not interested in buying ailing Blackberry maker Research In Motion or licensing its operating system.


Apple buys Israeli technology firm Anobit

b>JERUSALEM:/bApple has bought Israel's Anobit, a maker of Flash storage technology whose chips it already uses in gadgets such as the iPad.


New iPhone doubles data consumption

APPLE'S new iPhone 4S consumes on average twice as much data as the previous iPhone model and even more than iPad Tablets due to increasing use of online services like the virtual personal assistant Siri, an industry study showed.


Wary Europeans to hurt global IT spending

GLOBAL spending on information technology (IT) will rise at the slowest pace in three years in 2012 as Europeans, worried about the region's sovereign debt crisis, are cutting back on investments, research firms said.


Amazon weighed buying RIM but interest cooled

b>NEW YORK:/bResearch In Motion (RIM) has turned down takeover overtures from and other potential buyers because the BlackBerry maker prefers to fix its problems on its own, according to people with knowledge of the situation.


RIM bets on Asia to drive BlackBerry recharge

b>PETALING JAYA:/bResearch in Motion's global launch of new Blackberry models in Jakarta, Indonesia, was elaborate. It involved a big stage, traditional dancers and a custom-made batik pattern incorporating the BlackBerry logo.