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AMNews: iOS 4.3.2 Jailbroken, Tablet Revenues Predicted $49 Billion, Google Clean Energy

According to a new report, the newly released Apple iOS4.3.2 have already been jailbroken, quite shockingly just within a week since its release last Thursday. A report by the website Redmond Pie revealed that the barely one week old operating system was jailbroken successfully with the help of the custom PwnageTool bundle.

Yet another report puts fresh numbers on the plate about the constantly growing tablet market, a field that is presently led by two giants: Google and Apple. Research firm Strategy Analytics states that by 2015, tablet global revenues will reach almost $49 billion.

It looks likely that Telefonica-owned mobile phone carrier O2 will be delivering an update for Samsung Galaxy S in May that will add Android 2.3 Gingerbread goodness to the Smartphone.

With an eye on venturing into the clean energy sector, technology major Google has invested a whooping $100 million into the Shepherds Flat Wind Farm which happens to be the largest of its kind in the United States. With this investment Google has upped its total spending on clean energy to $350 million.

In a recent internal field research undertaken by leading cloud backup and recovery service provider Asigra, it has been found that businesses using cloud backup and recovery solutions are more successful in achieving higher return on IT investments than firms who do not rely on such services.