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News to know: SAPPHIRE, Kindle for Android, iPad-Mac; HP earnings

A recap of Day One at SAPPHIRE, news of a Kindle app for Android, and the iPad's minimal impact on Macs are today's themes. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.

A recap of Day One at SAPPHIRE, news of a Kindle app for Android, and the iPad's minimal impact on Macs are today's themes. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.

Here are the key themes for Tuesday, May 18:

As SAP's SAPPHIRE conference resumes today, let's recap Day One, where the highlights were focused around a keynote by Virgin chief Sir Richard Branson,  news of a new release of BusinessByDesign, a conversation about sustainability and a look at the SaaS strategy.

Android and Kindle fans rejoice. It's been confirmed that the long-awaited Kindle for Android app is coming this summer.

Mac sales were up in April, despite concerns that the launch of the iPad might cannibalize Apple's computer line. Instead, iPod sales are down. What does it mean and what does Wall Street make of it?

HP reports its quarterly earnings today. The earnings are expected to be strong but analysts will surely have a number of questions, ranging from the integration plans for Palm to the economic turmoil in Europe.

Happy 5th Birthday, YouTube. To celebrate, Christopher Dawson looks at modern day YouTube and how Google says this will be the year that YouTube turns a profit.

Peek inside Microsoft Office 2010, featuring the new Outlook Social connector and new Conversation view in Outlook, via this image gallery