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Nexus 7 Not Turning Any Profit For Google

As you probably know by now, during their keynote at the Google I/O 2012 conference yesterday Google unveiled the new Nexus 7 tablet. This 7-inch tablet (hence the name) packs a pretty impressive feature set, including a 1280×800 display, 12-core GPU, NFC, and a solid battery. To make it even more impressive, Google has priced the tablet at an extremely …

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iQuick Tweet Lets You Tweet From Notification Center

When Apple took the lid off of iOS 6 at WWDC 2012 two weeks ago, they showed off several new and exciting features. When iOS 6 launches in the fall it will include a brand new Maps app with turn-by-turn navigation, major improvements to Siri, Facebook integration, and more. One of these new features is a pair of buttons in …

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iTunes 11 To Get Better Sharing, iCloud Integration

Back in April we brought you news that the next version of iTunes, iTunes 11, was working its way through Apple’s internal testing. Little was known about what iTunes 11 would look like, except that it was supposed to bring improved iCloud integration and iOS 6 compatibility. A recent report from Bloomberg has confirmed the improved iCloud integration and offered …

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Facebook Planning To Fix Painfully Slow iPhone App

It has been said that Twitter and the iPhone are kind of like peanut butter and chocolate: two awesome things that weren’t made to go together, but compliment each other so perfectly that you’d almost think they had been. A good Twitter client – and there are lots out there – amplifies this effect. The same should be true of …

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Don Grady Dead: My Three Sons Star Was 68

Actor Don Grady, best known for his role in the 1960s sitcom My Three Sons, has passed away at the age of 68. Grady had reportedly been battling cancer. Grady, born Don Louis Agrati, began acting in the late 1950s. He was an original member of the Mouseketeers when The Mickey Mouse Club began airing in 1955. His most well-known …

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Judge Declares Megaupload Searches Illegal

New Zealand’s High Court has declared that the warrants used to justify the January 19th raid on Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom’s were illegat. The court also ruled that it was illegal for copies of Dotcom’s hard drive to be removed from New Zealand to the U.S. In the judgment, which is embedded below, Justice Helen Winkelmann ruled that the search …

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Galaxy Nexus Gets A Price Cut On Google Play

Google has been busy today announcing a whole bunch of new and awesome stuff, including Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with Project Butter and major improvements to voice search, the Nexus 7 tablet, new stuff for Google Play, and the Nexus Q. To go along with all of this, there’s one cool thing Google hasn’t announced. It seems that in honor …

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Google Play Gets Great New Features With Jelly Bean

During today’s Google IO 2012 keynote, Google announced some amazing new stuff, including Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, complete with Project Butter, as well as the Nexus 7 tablet. In addition to the awesome new hardware and software, they also announced some cool new updates to Google Play, Google’s online app and media marketplace. First off, they’ve added app encryption. Beginning …

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Project Butter Makes Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Smooth As Silk

Google has just announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean during their Google I/O 2012 keynote. Jelly Bean brings a whole bunch of cool new features, including offline voice typing, improved handling of widgets on the Android home screen, and more. Jelly Bean also brings some big under-the-hood improvements to Android. Project Butter is designed to drastically improve the speed and smoothness …

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iOS 6 Lets You Move Your Apple TV’s Icons

If you’ve paid much attention to the news surrounding iOS 6, you know that the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system will be bringing a whole lot of new features for Apple’s fleet of devices when it launches alongside the new iPhone this fall. Some of those features were discussed at Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote two weeks ago. Others …

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Earn Money For Your iPhone Photos With Foap

The rapid advances in smartphone cameras over the last couple of years mean that for many of us, our go-to camera isn’t made by Canon or Nikon. It’s made by Apple or Samsung. Some of us – myself included – have taken entire vacations where our traditional point-and-shoot camera either doesn’t leave its place in our suitcase, or gets left …

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iPhone: $150 Billion In Revenue In First Five Years

What were you doing five years ago this Friday? Let’s put things in a little bit of perspective: George W. Bush was President of the United States, Pixar’s Ratatouille was in theaters, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was less than a month away from hitting stores, the San Antonio Spurs had just swept the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA …

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