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Samsung Delays New Phone Out of Respect For Steve Jobs

Samsung and Apple may be in the middle of a nasty patent war, but the Korean company and Google have decided to cancel their Unpacked event out of respect for Steve Jobs. “Samsung and Google have decided to postpone the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event during the CTIA in San Diego,

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Google Upping Mobile Standards – Mobile Homepage Updated

Time called for updating, and that’s exactly what Google did. Their previously lackluster mobile homepage has been faced with a major overhaul, which is much overdue. Open Safari on your iPhone or iPod Touch and navigate to Google; you’ll see what I mean if you regularly used Google on your

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Could Subscription Hardware Be the Future or Just a Failed Google Experiment?

As part of Google’s I/O conference, today the company behind Android announced details regarding Chromebooks’ venture into the consumer market. Chromebook is an instantly accessible, Google-approved laptop that runs its web-based Chrome OS. Along with conventional one-time fee purchasing options, students and businesses can choose a $20-$28/month subscription plan. Notice

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Google Slowly Rolling Out ‘Instant Previews’ for Devices

A 9to5mac reader noticed a new feature on their device’s safari which just could save you some time and keep you from cursing every time you navigate to an unwanted webpage. Google relatively recently added a new feature to their engine that allows you to preview pages that pop up

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The New York Times Company had a sleek and sturdy application developed to bring front-page news to the iPhone.


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