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Google+ scores higher on customer satisfaction than Facebook

Irked by changes to its user interface and privacy issues, customer satisfaction with social network site Facebook has suffered a major decline this year. The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) “E-Business Report” in collaboration with research firm Foresee, comes days before the release of Facebook’s first quarterly earnings since it went public Media Focus. According to the report, the social …

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There’s A Fine Line Between Cool And Creepy about Google

There’s something very cool about Google Now, which the company announced at its I/O developer conference a few weeks ago. At the same time, though, Now also has the potential to become Google’s creepiest service yet. Here is what it does (assuming you opt in to the service and have a phone or tablet that runs Jelly Bean): Google Now …

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Nimbuzz Instant Messenger now available for Windows Phone

Nimbuzz has finally arrived for Windows Phone devices. This app lets you chat with your friends on several IM account Nimbuzz, Facebook, GTalk, Yahoo Messenger and MSN/Live Messenger. You can also share images and connect with twitter. Still there is no support for voice call and VOIP. Since this is the first version we can expect these features eventually. Features …

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Fox films now available through iTunes in the Cloud

Following the big international roll out of iTunes movies in the Cloud, it looks like Apple and Twentieth Century Fox have finally made films available for U.S. users via iTunes in the Cloud after months of waiting around for it. iTunes movies in the Cloud was initially launched back in March, but Fox and Universal had agreements in place with …

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Facebook acquires Acrylic Software for Mac and iOS

The big blue social network has once again purchased a mobile developer group in Acrylic Software, this time opting to take the talent and leave the already developed apps behind. This group is a creator of both mobile and desktop applications, but you might know them best from the apps Wallet and Pulp. The minds behind these RSS and database …

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