25 August 2012
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Microsoft is changing its corporate logo for the first time in 25 years

by arstechnica In 1982, Redmond rolled out a new logo, all upper case with a weird patterned ‘o’ that came to be known as the ‘blibbet’. To the chagrin of many blibbet fans, that logo too was replaced. In 1987, the company switched to its longest-lived logo, the one it used until today. This was […]


17 August 2012
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Adobe’s Flash player browser plugin for Android is no longer available

by arstechnica Adobe’s Flash player browser plugin for Android is no longer available to new users in the Google Play Store. Adobe is limiting access to the plugin as the company works to deprecate Flash on mobile devices. Flash suffers from performance, security, and stability problems that Adobe has been too slow to correct. These […]


12 August 2012
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Apple says it has no interest in licensing its patents, it want to shut out any competition

The case  started in the San Jose courtroom where Apple and Samsung have been argued a high-profile patent infringement case. The jury seemed to be dozing off, and a Samsung lawyer briefly flashed an image of source code meant for-the-jury’s-eyes only. But the two witnesses to take the stand for Apple had some interesting comments […]


11 August 2012
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Apple and Samsung Falling Down the Graph of “HTC”

There has been a stream of them since last November, but the latest one broke the back of Wall Street’s strongest HTC bulls, who finally gave up their Buy ratings. The reason is simple; HTC had just rolled out its big new product range that was supposed to go head to head with Samsung Galaxy […]


10 August 2012
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For Android OS, Google has incorporated support for another 12 languages

by socialbarrel For Android OS, Google has incorporated support for another 12 languages to the trial Conversation Mode of its Google Translate App. In addition to the existing support for two languages, namely English and Spanish, Google added support for another 12 languages namely French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Czech, Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean […]


8 August 2012
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World’s first Voice over LTE launches in Korea; US stuck with 3G calls

by arstechnica A South Korean telecom provider is launching what appears to be the world’s first commercially available Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service tomorrow. SK Telecom announced that its high-definition Voice over LTE technology will be embedded in the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE and “most of” its future LTE smartphones. 4G LTE services are widely […]


7 August 2012
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Mobile
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YouTube app disappears from iOS 6 beta 4 as Apple breaks Google ties…

by 9to5google iOS 6 beta 4 has removed the YouTube application that existed on iOS since the first version in 2007. We’re not entirely sure what to make of this, but this could have to do with Apple trying to break away from dependence on Google services. iOS 6 drops Google Maps in favor of […]


7 August 2012
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 goes on sale later this month

by 9to5google The time has come that Samsung has made its Galaxy Note 10.1 official. It announced in a press release this morning that its 10.1-inch tablet will ship to the masses worldwide later this month. The tablet will be equipped with Samsung’s infamous S-Pen that allows users to take notes and easily make drawings […]


6 August 2012
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Mobile
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iPhone 5′s Will Have A 30-Pin Adapter so, Don’t Worry

by mobilemag There has been a lot of back and forth about what a smaller dock connector on the new iPhone and other future Apple devices could mean for the company, for users and for all those 30-pin accessories. There have been many users who feel like the change isn’t a good one and are […]


5 August 2012
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Steve Jobs was ‘very receptive’ to a 7-inch iPad

Although Apple has long dismissed the viability of 7-inch tablets, the company has been talking about a smaller iPad internally for some time — and Steve Jobs himself was “very receptive” to the idea even though he had previously called 7-inch tablets “DOA” on an October 2010 earnings call. That’s the word from an email […]