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LG may double down on Optimus G, literally

Optimus G       History Of  Optimus G   A few days ago, AT&T announced that the LG Optimus G was going to be sold exclusively on its network, but failed to mention in the press release or anywhere else when exactly it was slated to launch. Now, rumors are surfacing that LG will actually be joining Google at an event sometime in …

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Facebook acquires Spool team and shuts down legacy apps

Facebook has acquired the team behind Spool, a company that offers free iOS and Android apps that allow users to bookmark web content and view it later offline. This is just the latest in Facebook’s line of mobile and social acquisitions as it attempts to cash in on the increasing number of Facebook users who are accessing the site through …

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Microsoft Tablet Talk Resurfaces

  Microsoft Corp is gearing up to unveil its own tablet to boost its new Windows 8 operating system and counter Apple Inc’s hot-selling iPad, according to media reports on Friday. Such an effort, which the company has not confirmed, would be a departure from its usual focus on software and potentially throw Microsoft into direct competition with its closest …

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Online Marketing Made Easy. Beneficial Tips And Tricks!

Online marketing is becoming a crucial a part of running a business. These pointers will help you create more income for the enterprise. Building a glossary of common terminology for the area of business may help clients view you being an influence. Your clients and rivals will probably take advantage of this glossary and respect you a lot more remarkably …

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Google Wave Officially Shut Down

Google has officially shut down Google Wave, a real-time service for sharing docs, sending emails and messages with friends and relatives. Google announced about the shutdown in November 2011, stating that – from January 31, 2012, all waves will be read-only, and the Wave service will be turned off on April 30, 2012. As a part of the shutdown, all …

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