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May 25, 2012
By Angela Moscaritolo Google on Thursday released a new version of its Google+ for Android app with a new user interface, and access to its Hangout video chat feature. The new Android app (version 2.6) includes several new "highly requested" features, including the ability to start a Hangout directly from your phone, Vic ...
May 24, 2012
By Karen Gullo Google Inc. (GOOG), the largest Web search provider, didn’t infringe Oracle Corp. (ORCL)’s patents in developing Android software, a federal jury found in the second phase of an intellectual-property trial in San Francisco. The 10-person jury ruled unanimously today that neither of the two patents at issue was...
May 21, 2012
By By Laura Hazard Owen Pottermore has partnered with Kobo to make the Harry Potter e-books available on Kobo devices. As with Pottermore’s other retail agreements, the e-books aren’t sold directly through Kobo. Instead, Kobo’s website (which, for some reason, is currently illustrated with a picture of the Harry P...
May 18, 2012
Best Buy is now selling the older Apple iPhone 4 for $49.99, apparently to clear out the two-year-old phone models before new versions are released later this year. Normally, Best Buy sells the iPhone 4 for about $99.99. The iPhone 4 discounts apply to all carriers, as well as the black and white models, although only the 8GB model has rece...
May 15, 2012
Written by Chloe Albanesius. Apple has dropped the "4G" moniker from its new iPad in countries where the tablet does not actually run on 4G networks. The Apple websites in Australia and the U.K., for example, now advertise the new iPad as "Wi-Fi + Cellular" rather than "iPad + 4G." The description says the ...
May 14, 2012
written by By Chloe Albanesius Apple will drop Google Maps and incorporate its own 3D-mapping technology in iOS 6, according to a new report. As reported by 9to5Mac, the next version of Apple's mobile OS will include "a completely in-house maps application." It will be similar to the existing Google Maps app that comes pre...
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