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Apple wins over Samsung in patent infringements case
Friday, 31 Aug, 2012 – 10:29 | No Comment

The controversy regarding patents infringement between Apple and Samsung has been finally put to an end, as most of the jury were convinced that Samsung did copy ideas from Apple.
After a long deliberation, the jury …

Intellicast iPad weather application features specific datelines
Friday, 31 Aug, 2012 – 10:27 | No Comment

Efforts made to enhance weather applications have been constantly evolving to ensure that tracking weather-related events is as accurate and up-to-the-minute as possible.
With this in mind, Intellicast’s iPad Weather Map application has been updated to …

Finding Events With Vamos
Monday, 27 Aug, 2012 – 10:13 | No Comment
Finding Events With Vamos

Sometimes, you just want to find something to do.  Maybe your weekend is free or you’ve got the rest of the day open and are just wondering where you can go that’s not “same old, …

Y Combinator’s Healthy Labs startup, the website for chronic illness patients
Friday, 24 Aug, 2012 – 10:19 | No Comment

Over the years, websites specialising in certain topics have steadily gained popularity. However, when it comes to medical conditions, searching for tips and treatments for a certain illness is not so easy.

Adobe’s Creative Cloud updates Muse and Edge tools
Friday, 24 Aug, 2012 – 10:17 | No Comment

Adobe’s Creative Cloud has already been updated twice since it was launched just four months ago. Now there will be more to look forward to as Adobe announces its first major feature update on the cloud service.

Kindle Fire Accessories – Maximizing Your E-Reader
Monday, 20 Aug, 2012 – 8:05 | No Comment
Kindle Fire Accessories – Maximizing Your E-Reader

Amazon’s Kindle Fire is one of the most sought-after and beloved electronic readers for e-books and magazines out there.  It has a lot going for it and great sells figures to go with that.  Once …

Google restructuring affects 4,000 jobs at Motorola
Friday, 17 Aug, 2012 – 10:20 | No Comment

Motorola Mobility needs to cut 4,000 jobs, or one-fifth of its workforce, as part of a new restructuring process set up by its new owner Google. Google hopes to focus Motorola’s energies on handset manufacturing.
Of …

Hiking with smartphone apps? Think again
Thursday, 16 Aug, 2012 – 10:19 | No Comment

Hill walkers who seek the “rough and tough” of mountain expeditions even without the proper navigational devices must consider themselves warned.

Barnes & Noble Drops Prices on Nooks
Monday, 13 Aug, 2012 – 7:09 | No Comment
Barnes & Noble Drops Prices on Nooks

Barnes & Noble has cut back the prices on its popular Nook tablets, likely hoping to build interest amid growing competition from Google’s new Nexus 7 (starting at $200) and the upcoming Kindle Fire from …

Samsung smartphones feature unique design
Friday, 10 Aug, 2012 – 9:50 | No Comment

In a bid to rebut Apple’s allegation that Samsung copied the design of its iPads and iPhones in a US patent case

Amazon: Kindle ebooks dominate print books
Friday, 10 Aug, 2012 – 9:44 | No Comment

Amazon, the leading book retailer in the United Kingdom, confirmed that the company’s current sales of ebooks have surpassed the combined sales of paperbacks and hardbacks.

New Digg Launched
Monday, 6 Aug, 2012 – 7:28 | No Comment
New Digg Launched

Regular users of Digg are aware that the social tagging and commentary network has launched.  Dubbed “Digg v1″, the new look and feel for the site was outlined on the Digg Blog just before launch.
Digg …