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Novel scam: Cybercrooks target Kindle e-books

With nearly a million titles available for its on-the-go readers, the Amazon Kindle and its associated e-book apps have revolutionized the reading world. Lately, however, they've also opened up an enticing new vector for online attacks.Full story

Motorola Mobility to report first-quarter results

Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc., which separated from the rest of Motorola in January, reports its first quarterly results as an independent company after the stock market opens Thursday. Full story

GPS: Your Cell Provider Knows Where You Are

UNDATED (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Recent reports show Smartphone companies like Apple's iPhone and Android phones have implemented new software that tracks your phone's location. Full story

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  Amazon takes your music to the cloud

Amazon launched Cloud Player, which allows users to upload their music to the cloud, and then access it from computers and Android phones anywhere.'s Wilson Rothman explains why that's a big deal.

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Japan's electronics giant Sony senior vice president Kunimasa Suzuki and Google's senior vice president Andy Rubin unveil the company's new tablet PC "S1" and "S2", based on Google's Android OS in Tokyo on April 26, 2011. The "Sony Tablet" S1 has a single screen and is for home use while the portabl

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A six-year-old girl's Android-based shopping spree reminds us that in-app purchase headaches can be caused by any mobile platform.