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Nokia’s market share falls below 30%

b>HELSINKI:/bNokia Corp reported better than expected first-quarter profits on Thursday but its global market share dropped to below 30% for the first time in over a decade as the world's top cellphone maker continued to lose ground to rivals.

Japan quake could cause iPad 2 shortage

b>SEATTLE:/bMarket research group IHS iSuppli belives the earthquake in Japan could cause shortages of Apple Inc's iPad 2 Tablet computer.

eBay adjusts rules for avoiding ‘listing’ fees

b>SAN JOSE (California)/b>: eBay Inc has tweaked the requirements for avoiding 'listing' fees when auctioning items on its site, letting users list up to 50 items each month at any starting price and allowing them to add the 'Buy it Now' option to listings for free.

Video-editing tools at your fingertips

Canon unveiled its latest Legria camcorders which do more than just record videos, at a press event in Yokohoma, Japan.

Intel selling faulty chip again, citing demand

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/b Intel Corp has resumed shipments of a chip with a known flaw. But in order to get it, computer makers must promise not to use it in designs that trigger the serious performance problem.

Bridging the performance gap

b>LAS VEGAS:/bGiant chipmaker Intel Corp has been adding more 'brains' to its processor in the last few years and each processor for the consumer market can contain up to four brains or cores.

Screen that screams BIG

LG ELECTRONICS has come out with probably the largest 3D TV yet. It's a whopping 72in screen. Illuminated by a full panel of LEDs (light emitting diodes) directly behind the screen, the LZ9700 promises viewers humongous onscreen action in 3D.

Nokia admits power problems in N8 handset

b>HELSINKI:/bNokia Corp said its top N8 model, aimed at making up lost ground in the smartphone market, has had power problems with some handsets not turning on after recharging.

Barnes & Noble unveils colour Nook e-reader

b>NEW YORK/b>: Bookseller Barnes Noble Inc is introducing a new Nook e-reader with a colour touchscreen for US$249 (RM800), as competition in the fast-growing industry heats up ahead of the year-end holidays.

Amazon moving toward greening e-commerce

b>NEW YORK/b>: Environmental bloggers are positive about the Oct 12 acceptance of a new patent submitted by online bookseller Amazon Inc which could reduce the environmental impact of e-commerce but increase the delivery time.