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The tech world may not have fully calmed down after yesterday’s announcement of the Retina display-packing new iPad, but that hasn’t stopped chip-set maker Nvidia from picking apart some of the more spurious claims surrounding Apple’s new world-beating tablet.

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Although we think that every tech-head secretly craves membership, the phenomena of ‘The Cult of Apple’ offers plenty of mileage for non-geeks who express complete disbelief that seemingly sane individuals can be reduced to gibbering wrecks just by a multinational corporation announcing a newer version of something it already sells. Apple worship has traditionally provided a rich vein for satire, and following yesterday’s new iPad announcement, the web’s funnymen have wasted no time in generating laughs – but for the first time since his death last October, Steve Jobs is now the butt of jokes.

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If the rumours are to be believed, South Korean manufacturer LG is absolutely desperate to get the contract to produce the next Google Nexus device – as are several other notable firms, we would imagine. It’s not as outlandish an aspiration as you might imagine; according to ComScore’s latest figures, published today, LG is still the second-largest mobile vendor in the US, which could lend weight to the company’s claim.

However, Google’s decision is naturally going to taken into account prior products, and if the leaked LG Lucid is anything to go by, LG’s chances might be somewhat slim.

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The PlayStation Move – Sony’s attempt at beating Nintendo at its motion-sensing game – has shipped 10.5 million units since its launch in September 2010, Sony has confirmed today. The Japanese firm has branded the performance a ‘success’, although it stopped short of releasing actual sell-through figures. It’s quite possible that a large proportion of that 10.5 million is still sitting unsold on store shelves throughout the world.

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Despite the rather disappointing lack of new ideas in recent installments, Rovio’s Angry Birds juggernaut steams on regardless. An update for Angry Birds Seasons has just hatched, offering 15 new levels, three bonus stages and a rather fetching cherry blossom theme. All of which will no doubt be music to the ears of seasoned (pun absolutely intended) fans, but in the cold light of day, it’s essentially more of the same.

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Freshly announced at this recent Mobile World Congress, Nokia Transport is another addition to the Finnish company’s growing arsenal as it attempts to out-navigate Google’s popular Android-based Navigation app. Transport aims to take the sting out of your daily commute to work by showing you the best route to take, as well as bus, train and tube times relevant to your area. In short, it promises a welcome end to those hectic dashes to the bus stop at 7:30 in the morning – and we’ve found a way for you to download it early.

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Best Android apps of the week

As the school holidays lurch to an agonising conclusion, allow our Best Android Apps of the week run-down to take away those blues.

We’ve got some awesome games to sample, as well as a couple of cool applications that are sure to become ever-present features in your phone’s internal memory banks.

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Best Android apps of the week

Barricade the doors, lock all the windows and make sure you’ve got the cat in – it’s time for our update on the best Android apps of the week!

After the tumultuous events of the last seven days, it’s little wonder that honest, hard-working folk want to avoid the rioting mobs and spend more time in the comfort and safety of their own homes, and what better activity is there to indulge in than downloading the finest apps and games on your Android handset?

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