Launch date announced for Sakshat, the $35 Indian tablet

The Sakshat, the $35 Indian tablet everyone's been buzzing about, has an official launch date of early next year and will be brought to you by the same company that once made the world's cheapest Windows laptop.

Will WebOS 2.0 let HP cross swords with Apple?

The next generation of WebOS will make or break HP’s attempt to slide in among RIM, Apple and Google in the mobile arena.

Comcast4U sends SMS for account info, TV listings

Comcast subscribers can now get sports scores and TV listings via text messages sent directly to their phones.

Coming soon to a car near you: Facebook status via OnStar

Facebook status updates, newsfeeds, and possibly even the speed-trap app Trapster will be coming soon to OnStar.

YouTube launches Vacationer travel channel

Want to brag about the last vacation? Show off where you are going next? Tell everyone about that hidden getaway you discovered? YouTube Vacationer caters to globetrotters by providing an outlet for all of it.

Google Instant offers predictive searches as you type

Google Instant offers interact search results as people type - not by searching for what they've typed so far, but by searching for what Google believes they might be typing.

Study: Cybercrime hits two-thirds Internet users

The 2011 Norton Cybercrime Report from Symantec shows US Internet users are particularly vulnerable to online threats, and the victims are angry and helpless about computer viruses, online credit card fraud, and identity theft.

Amazon buys indie music site Amie Street has purchased independent music site Amie Street, with an eye towards launching its own social music service: Songza.

HP sues Oracle for hiring former CEO Mark Hurd

The corporate fireworks are going off: Hewlett-Packard is suing Oracle for hiring its former CEO Mark Hurd as co-president.
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HP C510 printer has removable, Android-powered tablet

HP's PhotoSmart eStation C510 printer will feature an Android-powered tablet that can be used for a number of things. But what does it have to do with the printer?

Former HP CEO Mark Hurd now Oracle co-president

The rumors were true: former HP CEO Mark Hurd is now co-President of Oracle, replacing Charles Phillips as co-President and member of Oracle's board.

Google Proposes $8.5 Mln Buzz Lawsuit Settlement

Google has proposed paying $8.5 million to settle a lawsuit over privacy violations when it launched its Buzz social network.