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Mobile

As a number of people have already noted, Microsoft's release of Seadragon for the iPhone -- an image-viewing app based on the deep-zoom technology behind the software giant's Photosynth project -- doesn't just seem like an admission that the iPhone is better than any other mobile out there: Microsoft product manager Alex Daley comes right…

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I would take this one with a large grain -- perhaps even a boulder -- of salt, but according to a report in The Register, wireless-handset maker Motorola is planning to get buyers of its new, ultra-expensive Aura handset to sign something saying they won't sell the device on eBay. The report (from the usual…

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There are lots of reviews of the Google phone from HTC and T-Mobile flying around, including one from Walt Mossberg of the Journal that calls the G1 a "worthy competitor" for Apple's iPhone, and one from David Pogue at the New York Times, who correctly points out that it isn't really *the* Google phone. It's…

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So the Wall Street Journal says that the long-awaited, much-ballyhooed Google Phone is coming soon, and TechRadar says that Google execs demonstrated a working prototype at a developer event recently in London. Meanwhile, some of the bloom has come off the iPhone rose in the past little while (for some people at least), with much…

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A Toronto company called Spreed Inc. launched its mobile newsreader for the Apple iPhone today, and if you're interested in how written content gets consumed on a mobile device I encourage you to take a look. Spreed co-founder Anthony Novac and head of technology Suhail Mirza gave me a demo of the software recently, and…

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