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iPad Teardown Unveils Samsung Display

iPad Teardown Unveils Samsung Display

iFixit, an online repair manual and teardown expert has ripped down the latest iPad from Apple. The team is working on tearing it down to check what it actually has under its hood. They reveal some shocking details about the manufacturers and components used in the making of the Apple’s… Read more »

Google Earth for Android and iOS Updated, Adding KML and G+ Support

Google Earth for Android and iOS Updated, Adding KML and G+ Support

An updated edition 6.2 has been released by Google for its Google Earth app on iOS and Android devices. This new update came with a lot of new and efficient attribute to the mobile version of the well-liked mapping application. In the middle of those is the capability to introduce… Read more »

Google Claims Its Ads Are Safer Than Ever

Google Claims Its Ads Are Safer Than Ever

In today’s world, everyone seems busy Googling for one reason or another. Google has become has major source of getting results for our queries. Google also provided us with a number of context-relevant ads. This is how the search giant makes money and this won’t seem to change in near… Read more »

BBC Confirms Plans to Launch VOD

BBC Confirms Plans to Launch VOD

Mark Thompson, Director General at BBC has verified that the broadcaster is preparing to launch a service that will allow users download individual TV programs for a reasonable amount of fee, according to the Guardian. In a speech at the Royal Television Society (RTS) in London, Thompson made this announcement…. Read more »

Amazon Signs a Deal with Discovery

Amazon Signs a Deal with Discovery

Amazon has recently announced that it has inked a content distribution agreement with Discovery Communications, which will enable Amazon Prime members to instantly stream prior seasons of series from Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Science and much more from the company’s 25-year programming library. The new agreement includes many new programs… Read more »

Waze Arrives in South Africa

Waze Arrives in South Africa

The GPS navigation service, Waze has officially announced its first venture into African territory. The service that offers drivers to share traffic conditions automatically in real-time has finally launched in South Africa. Waze is in fact a community-driven app offered on all the major mobile platforms, such as Android, iOS… Read more »

Twitter Ecosystem Hits 1.5 Million Apps

Twitter Ecosystem Hits 1.5 Million Apps

Twitter’s API account released a ‘fun fact recently, according to which, the company announced that its network has passed an impressive 1.5 million apps mark.  Looking at the progress of Facebook and its recent show with its IPO, we can easily disregard Twitter as a platform, but the latest announcement… Read more »

FTC Subpoenaed Apple in Google Antitrust Investigation

FTC Subpoenaed Apple in Google Antitrust Investigation

The Cupertino-based technology giant has been subpoenaed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to collect more information for its investigation into Google’s business practices, reports Bloomberg. The FTC is particularly focusing on the agreements that made Google the preferred search engine in Safari for iPhone and iPad, an unknown… Read more »

PayPal to Launch Square Competitor Thursday

PayPal to Launch Square Competitor Thursday

PayPal will soon take on Square with a mobile payment dongle that will allow business owners process credit card payments through their smartphones, a news report claims. According to GigaOm, PayPal is going to announce the solution on Thursday. Citing “sources we’ve talked to who are familiar with PayPal’s plan,”… Read more »

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