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Motorola Droid RAZR vs Apple iPhone 4S: Comparison of Specs and Features

Motorola introduced the new Droid RAZR Tuesday, adding a new smartphone to the competition after the iPhone 4S was released in stores on Friday. Motorola seeks to target this market of die-hard smartphone fans, but can the new Motorola Droid RAZR compete with the popular iPhone 4s? We look at the expected specs and features of the new Motorola Droid RAZR and compare it with the current iPhone 4S.

Oracle Poised to Expand Dloud Offerings

Oracle Corp (ORCL.O) is preparing to expand its offerings in cloud computing, one of the fastest-growing areas of the technology sector, the company said on Wednesday ahead of a speech by Chief Executive Larry Ellison.

Microsoft CEO Bonus Lags on Phone, Tablet Results

Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer failed to clinch his maximum bonus for the second year running due to the company's slow progress in mobile phones and adapting to the tablet computer revolution.

Cloud Computing Disappoints Early Adopters: Survey

Few organizations have moved to cloud computing -- the delivery of computing as a service from remote centers -- and of those that have, many are disappointed with the results, a survey published on Tuesday found.

Five Features That iPhone 5 Will Not Have

With only a day remaining for Apple's eagerly anticipated iPhone event, rumors over what the company will and will not include in its new phone, which is believed to be the iPhone5, continues to grow.

Amazon Unveils Kindle Fire Tablet, Priced at $199

Amazon.com Inc introduced its eagerly awaited tablet computer on Wednesday with a price tag that could make it the first strong competitor in a tablet market that has been dominated by Apple Inc's iPad.

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire tablet, priced at $199

Amazon.com Inc introduced its eagerly awaited tablet computer on Wednesday with a price tag that could make it the first strong competitor in a tablet market that has been dominated by Apple Inc's iPad.

As Techies Drool Over Amazon Silk, Privacy Questions Are Raised

Amazon rolled out its new line of Kindle tablets in New York Wednesday morning, adding the seven-inch $199 color Android Fire, the $99 keyboard-free 4GB Touch model and a $79 2GB non-touchscreen version to its ranks. Yet the Amazon product causing the most stir was not an e-reader or tablet, but Amazon Silk, the company's new mobile web platform powered by Amazon's incredibly extensive web services platform.

Amazon Expected to Unveil Tablet Next Week

Amazon.com Inc, which revolutionized reading with its Kindle e-reader, is expected to unveil a tablet computer next week that analysts say will seriously challenge Apple's market dominating iPad.

Top 10 Features that can Make iPhone 5 Invincible

Though Apple has not announced anything officially about the highly anticipated iPhone 5, rumors about the probable specifications (based on details embedded in the beta version of iOS 5 and improvements expected on the next iPhone), have turned cacophonous on the web.

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