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The most ancient traditions of Islam are going high-tech, with a slew of modern offerings for those observing the holy month of Ramadan, which began Wednesday.
NO MORE: Plastic Logic Ltd. is killing its first e-reader, Que ProReader, before it even ships. It was supposed to be a large, thin, touch-screen-enabled device geared toward business users.
REACHING OUT: Mall operator Simon Property Group has teamed up with Shopkick to reward smart-phone-equipped shoppers for walking into its shopping centers.
The nation's biggest mall operator is teaming up with a Silicon Valley startup to reward smart-phone-equipped shoppers for walking into its shopping centers.
Back in January, a startup called Plastic Logic Ltd. excitedly showed off its Que ProReader: a large, thin, touch-screen-enabled e-reader geared toward business users. The plan was to ship it this year.
Apple Inc. is getting exclusive access to an exotic metallic material that could provide it with shiny, super-tough computer and phone casings.
The latest release of Adobe Corp.'s Lightroom photo management and manipulation software. It's called Lightroom 3 (and version 3.2 is waiting in the wings) and it's well worth the $299 retail price if you're at all serious about doing neat stuff with your pictures.
Netflix Inc. will pay nearly $1 billion during the next five years for the online streaming rights to movies from Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM in a deal that could help convert even more people to the idea of getting their entertainment piped over high-speed Internet connections.
Netflix Inc. has reached a multiyear agreement to stream movies from Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM online starting Sept. 1. It's a major move as Netflix looks to cater to people who want to watch movies instantly.