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Facebook Home revamps any Android phone to make it about ‘people, not apps’

Facebook’s throwing its hat in the Android ring in a big, big way. Today at an event at the company’s campus in California, Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook Home, a deep … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why You Need a Mobile Website RIGHT NOW

If you’re like most companies, you have a website. You probably also don’t have a mobile website. While this may not have been a big problem even last year, it’s quickly becoming … Continue reading

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Skype Competitor Viber Hits 175 Million Users, Up From 140 Million+ In December

Messaging startup Viber, which lets users of most smartphone platforms send free texts, calls and messages via its app, is continuing to ramp up its user-base. Speaking at the Mobile … Continue reading

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Facebook partners with 18 global operators to offer free/discounted mobile data usage

Jon Russell   Facebook has continued to push its Messenger apps for mobile after itannounced a deal to bring free and discounted data access for the apps to customers of 18 … Continue reading

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Nexus Tablet Success And Why There’s No Time Like The Present For A Google Retail Store

Rumors from an “extremely reliable source” speaking to 9t05Google have suggested Google will start to operate its own physical retail stores starting as soon as the 2013 holiday season in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Google Could Pay Apple $1 Billion Next Year To Remain Default Search Engine On iOS, Report Says

Apple and Google are enemies and partners at the same time due to asymmetric competition. According to a report from Morgan Stanley, Google could pay more than $1 billion in … Continue reading

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CEO Marissa Mayer Says Yahoo-Microsoft Search Deal Is Underperforming

Yahoo’s search deal with Microsoft is underperforming, CEO Marissa Mayer saidduring an appearance at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday. The deal has not delivered the … Continue reading

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The Five Ways Users Organize Their Apps And What App Designers Can Learn From This

A new report from German researchersreveals the five main ways people are organizing the applications on their smartphones. Despite the somewhat esoteric focus of a study like this, the resulting analysis … Continue reading

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Scroogled: Why So Negative, Microsoft?

author: FREDERIC LARDINOIS techcrunch.com The sold-out Surface Pro sure makes it look as if Microsoft had a pretty good week, but while its hardware division is out celebrating, the web division seems to be … Continue reading

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The Blackberry Z10 Is A Solid First Offering, But Still Behind Android and iOS

This is either beginning or the end for BlackBerry (formerly known as RIM). This is BB1o day, when BlackBerry debuts its smartphone running its latest software. The company’s hopes are … Continue reading

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Apple Presents its 128GB Fourth Generation Retina iPad, $799 For Wi-Fi, $929 For Wi-Fi + Cellular, On Sale Feb. 5

Rumors turned out to be correct, and Apple has launched a 128GB version of the fourth generation iPad with Retina Display. The 128GB version comes in both Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular … Continue reading

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Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium Arrives

In 2006, Google announced its first public release of what later became Google Docs, today known as Google Drive. It’s 2013, and only now does it feel like Microsoft is fighting … Continue reading

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