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  • Social media wrap: Navy's social-media handbook is required reading for political campaigners

     
    U.S. Navy releases social-media guidelines for commanding officers. Politicians should take note....
  • 7.5 million iPads. How many Kindles?

     
    Apple sold more than 4 million iPads between July and September, the company announced Monday. The news was part of its quarterly report and brings sales tally for the device, which was launched in April, to almost 7.5 million. How......
  • Networks block Google TV's Web access to protect themselves

     
    The three major broadcast networks, uneasy over viewers bypassing cable and satellite providers -- and the networks' own websites -- to watch their TV shows, have begun blocking a new service from Google Inc. that aims to make it easier......
  • Ebook sales headed for $1 billion

     
    A report by Forrester Research predicts that ebook sales will total $966 million in 2010. In 2011, the $1 billion line for total ebooks sales will be crossed. In 2009, ebook sales were $169.5 million -- not a big portion......
  • Average American spends equal time online and watching TV, report says

     
    The average American spends the same amount of time online as he or she does watching TV, a report says. Over the last 5 years, watching TV has grown about 5% for U.S. consumers, but online time has grown 121%, according to a report from Forrester...
  • Apple ratchets down on apps -- again

     
    The New York Times set off a flurry of stories over the past couple of days when it reported that Apple had stopped Sony from selling e-books in the Sony Reader iPhone app. Apple instructed Sony and other app developers......
  • Apple's book rule: 'I wouldn’t be surprised if phones were ringing at the FTC,' analyst says

     
    Apple Inc. is changing the rules about how e-books can be sold and accessed via its iPhone and iPad devices -- a move that may get the attention of regulators, one analyst said. Apple on Tuesday said it was changing its rules to require any vendors who...
  • Hewlett-Packard going solo with TouchPad, WebOS, in challenge to Apple's iPad

     
    Hewlett-Packard Co. is looking to take on the Apple Inc.'s blockbuster selling iPad, not using Google's Android operating system and not using Microsoft Windows 7, but on its own -- with its WebOS. The world's largest computer company also rolled out...
  • HP TouchPad might beat Android and BlackBerry tablets, but not the iPad, analyst says

     
    The HP TouchPad, running WebOS, could be slick enough to attract more consumers than any individual Android tablets or the BlackBerry PlayBook -- but it has no shot of dethroning the Apple iPad, an analyst said on Wednesday. "Collectively android...
  • News Corp. sells Myspace for $35 million

    News Corp. sells Myspace for $35 million
    News Corp. has sold Myspace for $35 million, a fraction of what it paid for the once-hot social media site even as a new generation of Web-based start-ups is enjoying sky-high valuations. Advertising company Specific Media will team with the singer...
  • Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink

    Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink
    Joe Konrath can't wait for his books to go out of print. When that happens, the 40-year-old crime novelist plans to reclaim the copyrights from his publisher, Hyperion Books, and self-publish them on Amazon.com, Apple Inc.'s iBooks and other online...
  • AT&T Buys T-Mobile for $39B to Create Largest Mobile Carrier

    AT&T Buys T-Mobile for $39B to Create Largest Mobile Carrier
    NEW YORK -- AT&T Inc struck a $39 billion deal to buy Deutsche Telekom AG's T-Mobile USA, to create a new U.S. mobile market leader and bolster its constrained network against a near insatiable appetite for videos and data from Apple iPhone and iPad...