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Strong second quarter performance by Carphone

Carphone Warehouse Group Plc, Europe's biggest mobile phone retailer, beat forecasts yesterday with a 19.2% rise in quarterly mobile phone connections and said it was confident on the full-year outlook.

BlackBerry field opens up

CELCOM (M) Bhd has finally got on the BlackBerry bandwagon. But, in doing so, it has already lost much ground to archrival Maxis Communications Bhd, which has comfortably built a strong base of BlackBerry users given its first-mover advantage.

Apple quarterly profit surges 73% on strength of Mac

Apple Inc on Wednesday said its quarterly profit rose 73% from a year earlier, zooming past expectations on strong Macintosh computer sales and helping to send its shares up nearly 10%.

JPMorgan analysts disagree on future iPhones

Clients of JPMorgan Chase Co could be excused for feeling dizzy in the past few days after reading the banking group's investment research on Apple Inc.

Britain's Omnifone makes European debut

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - British mobile music company Omnifone unveiled its cell phone-based music subscription service MusicStation on Thursday, going live in Sweden with other European markets set to follow in the coming weeks.

Cell phone show haunted by specter of upcoming iPhone

ORLANDO, Florida (AP) - It says something about the state of the cell phone industry that the product looming largest over the annual wireless show does not even exist yet. Never mind that it is coming from a company that has never even made a cell phone.

Wall Street ends mixed

NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street turned in a mixed performance Thursday as Iran's refusal to suspend uranium enrichment rattled investors and tempered a tech rally spurred by a strong outlook from chip maker Analog Devices Inc.

Apple posts record Q1 profit

Apple Inc posted a record profit in its fiscal first quarter, beating Wall Street estimates as earnings rose 78% amid strong holiday sales of its iPod music players and Macintosh computers.

Recent online videos underscore difficulties controlling digital information once set free

NEW YORK (AP) - For evidence that digital information, once set free, cannot be controlled, consider the steamy video of Brazilian supermodel Daniela Cicarelli making out with her boyfriend on a Spanish beach and in the water just off shore.

Apple launches new iTunes phone and tiny iPod

Apple Computer Inc. chief executive Steve Jobs introduced a long-anticipated music-playing cell phone and surprised the faithful with a new pencil-thin iPod.