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Marvell, E Ink team up for “highly integrated” turnkey platform for next-gen e-readers

Marvell, E Ink

Marvell, the supplier of communications, storage, and wireless chips, has teamed up with E Ink to notch up against competitors by introducing a "highly integrated" turnkey platform, to be powered by the ARMADA 166E processor, for the next-generation of e-readers.

Google Chrome’s browser-market share increases to 3.6% in October


According to the most recent data forwarded by the Aliso Viejo, California-based Web metrics firm Net Applications, with 0.4 of a percentage point increase in its Web-browser market share in October, the Google Chrome ended the month with a 3.6 percent share of the browser market.

Best Buy to announce movie downloading service with CinemaNow

Best Buy, CinemaNow

Marking its foray into the movie downloading arena, Best Buy, the biggest DVD seller in the US, will likely announce on Tuesday its own download service for the Internet-compatible consumer electronics - like TV, DVD players, phones, and computers - it sells in its stores.

Apple proposes subscription service for transmitting TV shows via iTunes


Going by a Monday report in The Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital blog, Apple has proposed a new Apple TV service that would facilitate the transmission of TV programs through the iTunes software and store across an array of hardware.

Flurry report: iPhone gaining popularity as multi-function reading device!

Flurry report:

A Monday research report forwarded by the mobile applications analytics company Flurry said that even though Apple does not have its own dedicated e-reader, the iPhone more than compensates for it - as the iPhone's e-reading and e-book applications are reportedly witnessing unprecedented popularity!

Sony PlayTV to be launched in Australia on November 26


Come November 26 and Sony will launch its PlayTV peripheral - a dual-HD tuner Personal Video Recorder that adds to the PlayStation 3 - in Australia, after having already made it available in other overseas market.

Sony Ericsson's Android-based Xperia X3 to release November 3!

Sony Ericsson

A detailed YouTube video sneak peak of one of the Sony Ericsson's forthcoming smartphones has probably let the cat out of the bag for the company, uncovering its under-the-wraps-thus-far device - Xperia X3!

O2 Germany leaks GSM Motorola Droid – ‘Milestone’!

According to the information put forth by a Germany blog, as well as a Boy Genius Report, the Android 2.0-based Motorola Droid will possibly land on the O2 carrier in Germany!

Fallout 3 Named Top Game at the Annual Golden Joystick Awards

Fallout  3

The 27th Annual Golden Joystick Awards, held in London on Friday, named Fallout 3 the year's best game, amidst a crowd of celebrities, fans and game developers who had gathered to support and cheer one of the fastest growing entertainment industries of the current times.

Nokia to shutter its N-Gage gaming platform in 2010-end

N-Gage gaming platform

Despite its incessant efforts over the years to bring to its 2003-introduced N-Gage gaming platform the desired success, Nokia finally announced on Friday that it intends shuttering the device as well as the N-Gage store down in 2010-end.

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