News Headlines - 06 January 2011

▽Sony Ericsson JV Deepens Ties With New Xperia Arc - Wall Street Journal
The Xperia arc, which succeeds Sony Ericsson's previous Xperia X10 flagship phone, is based on Android 2.3, the latest version of Google Inc's (GOOG) open mobile platform, and is the first of a new generation of handsets the company plans to launch this year. It will be available in selected markets, including Japan, from the first quarter.

▽RIM: WiFi-Only PlayBook Remains On Track For 1Q Of 2011 - Wall Street Journal
-Research In Motion Ltd. (RIMM) reiterated Thursday its plans to release the WiFi-only version of its PlayBook tablet in the first calendar quarter of 2011.

▽Apple launches apps store for Mac computers - The Guardian
Apple hopes its Mac app store will simplify the process of installing software, such as computer games and word processing tools, and trigger a move away from downloads and physical CDs.

▽Global spam e-mail levels suddenly fall - BBC
The amount of junk e-mail being sent across the globe has seen a dramatic fall in recent months.
The volume of spam has dropped steadily since August, but the Christmas period saw a precipitous decline.

▽Thousands of stolen iTunes accounts for sale in China - BBC
Tens of thousands of fraudulent iTunes accounts are for sale on a major Chinese website, it has been revealed.
Around 50,000 accounts linked to stolen credit cards are listed on auction site TaoBao, the country's equivalent of eBay.







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