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News@10: Stolen iTunes Accounts For Sale Online, Skype Announce Acquisition Of Qik & Mac App Store

Hacked iTunes user accounts have appeared for sale on Chinese auction site Taobao. Around 50,000 hacked accounts, giving illegal access to users' credit card details and downloads, are available to purchase at prices ranging from 1 (10p) to 200 yuan (£20), China’s Global Times reports.

Skype has announced the acquisition of Qik, a company offering technology to record and stream video to mobile devices and PCs. The acquisition should allow the VoIP company to further strengthen its position in the video calling and conferencing market.

Apple has today launched its new Mac app store, enabling Mac owners to download applications from a centralized location via iTunes.

Acer has unveiled its new smartphone, the beTouch E210 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

NEC has demoed the world's first dual-screen Android tablet PC at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Although the device is only a prototype, the tablet's dual-screen design makes it stand out among the host of single-screen iPad competitors already showcased at CES this year, PC World reports.