Thursday, August 13, 2009

13-Aug-2009 AM clippings


The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, prohibits Microsoft from selling Microsoft Word that can open custom XML:

Nokia's plan to put Office apps on smartphones may be just another nail in Microsoft Mobile's coffin:

Palm meanwhile annoy their customers by getting the Palm Pre to contact Palm HQ at regular intervals, giving the user's GPS location:

NEC and Panasonic are releasing 9 new cellphones, all powered by the non-profit LiMo mobile linux OS:

Tales of exploding iPhones and iPods. Apple's response? To offer a refund if the owner signs a confidentiality agreement:

Intel offers 32Gbit NAND Flash chips, storing 3 bits per cell, and moving the standard small Flash disk size from 2 to 4Gbytes:

And finally. A money-scramble brings Dallas traffic to a halt as an armoured truck drops US$1,500 in coins down the expressway:

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