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Citing unnamed Apple suppliers in Asia, The Wall Street Journal claims that Apple is testing a 12.9-inch iPad and has asked its partners for “prototype smartphone screens larger than 4-inch”.

This... report certainly adds weight to the rumor of Apple making a larger iPad. Korean website ETNews carried the same rumor of a 12.9-inch iPad in May and said that the model would bear the somewhat unlikely moniker of the...

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In a new report, the research firm predicts that large enterprise app store adoption will grow 30.4% year-on-year and claims that the manufacturing and trade industries are at the cutting-edge of this... new trend.

When it comes to adoption by region, North American and Western European enterprise app store adoption is similar, at 20.7% and 21.5% respectively, but it is the Asia-Pacific that is a...

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The series B funding comes from two private investors in the Asia-Pacific, both of whom have a history in the restaurant business.

Revel has said that it will use the money to expand its headquarters... by 50% and to build construction of a new distribution center for its iPad POS hardware on the west coast, thereby adding to its existing location in Orlando, Florida.

Prior to this announcement, Revel...

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The report comes from the National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) and details how the global enterprise mobility market will bring in $140 billion a year by 2020, representing... a 15% annual growth in revenue for the next seven years.

Indeed, such is the growth in this sector that the India-based firm predicts that enterprise mobility will account for 10-12% of total IT s...

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The research group has downwards revised its original forecast for original design manufacturer (ODM) notebook shipments in the first half of 2013, something it puts down to global economic instability,... weak demand for Windows 8 Ultrabooks and surging tablet shipments.

"Smartphones and tablets have been outselling notebook computers, and demand for Ultrabooks and other ultrathin PCs...

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In a statement, Voith said that the redundancies would come in effect across sites in Germany and Austria, with the firm now taking a hard look at which of its factories make the largest machines for... newsprint paper.

The company said that the proliferation of media on smartphones and tablets had led to a falling demand for printed magazines and newspapers, and this has subsequently had a neg...

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The report evaluated what kind of apps smartphone and tablet users have downloaded, including both free and paid-for applications and across a range of different categories. Unsurprisingly, only... a small percentage of these users downloaded only paid-for apps, with the majority opting for free apps, or a mixture of free and paid-for apps.  

Nielsen says that mobile consumers tend to...