Monthly Archives: November 2011

Industrywide App Rating System Dissed by Apple, Google

In an effort to streamline and simplify the maturity ratings of software in mobile app stores, CTIA, the international wireless industry association, yesterday proposed a ratings system that store owners could voluntarily adopt. Google and Apple basically told the CTIA …

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Box Offers Free Cloud Storage for LG’s Android Smartphones

If Google hasn’t fully convinced you that the future is in the cloud, other smaller online storage services are erasing all doubt whatsoever. Take, for example, Box.net, a cloud-based storage and file-sharing site. The company has partnered with electronics manufacturer …

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Hackers jailbreak RIM’s PlayBook

Tweet Share this Email Print Related News Samsung scores rare patent win versus Apple in Australia 10:37am EST RIM to offer security features for iPhone, Android Tue, Nov 29 2011 Google launches music service Thu, Nov 17 2011 Amazon, Microsoft …

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Mobislyder offers low-level roll track for filming, gleams the cube

MOVE OVER Spielberg and Tarantino, the cinematic style of big movie making has gone viral with the launch of mobislyder – the world’s first portable dolly designed specifically for smartphones and compact cameras. The mobislyder, a new innovation from Glidetrack, …

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Google’s maps go indoors with new mobile feature – BusinessWeek

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE order a reprint digg this save to del.icio.us SAN FRANCISCO Google’s next frontier in digital mapping will span the world’s shopping malls and airports. An upgrade of Google’s mobile mapping service released Tuesday includes directions within stores, …

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NASA gets in on the app store action, keeps the pickins slim

Seriously, who is left without an app store at this point? Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Microsoft, NVIDIA, even the US Army has an app outlet to call their own. Now multi-national corporations and DARPA are being joined by NASA, which …

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Lenovo LePhone K2 to arrive with 4.3-inch IPS display, 1.5GHz dual-core chip

Frankly speaking, the phones that Lenovo have announced so far this week haven’t been all that exciting (unless, of course, you’re somehow aroused by its 5-inch tabletphone), but it turned out the folks had a little surprise for us: the …

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Facebook, EU Privacy, HTC, Rating Apps: Intellectual Property – BusinessWeek

November 30, 2011, 12:22 AM EST HTC Victory in FlashPoint Patent Case Upheld by Trade Agency Counterfeits, Tracking Shoppers, Tessera: Intellectual Property Western Digital, Lifetime Products: Intellectual Property Texas Redistricting, Kohn, Google, Wal-Mart in Court News EU Weighs Mobile Payment …

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Indy airport among features in latest Google Maps innovation: indoor mapping – WISH

Updated: Tuesday, 29 Nov 2011, 9:10 PM ESTPublished : Tuesday, 29 Nov 2011, 9:10 PM EST INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Navigating the Indianapolis International Airport just got a little easier for those with Android smartphones. The airport is among those adding …

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Meet Cluzee, Android’s next Siri alternative – CNET

by Scott Webster November 29, 2011 4:47 PM PST Cluzee is the latest attempt to replicate the Siri experience on Android. (Credit: Tronton) Android users looking to replicate the Siri experience have another option now, with the introduction of an …

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