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Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011
Analysts have predicted that Apple will lose their share of the ultra-portable segment, currently dominated by the Macbook Air, which makes up an estimated 49% of all Apple notebook sales. This prediction is reliant on the Ultrabook (as per Intel's specifications) segment picking up speed in 2012.
Learning from the outrage that accompanies every Facebook overhaul, Google+ has decided to make changes to its social media service in increments. The new tweaks bring a volume bar for circles, better photo management and notifications.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt revealed details about the company's plans to introduce a competitive tablet within the next six months.
Monday, 19 Dec 2011
In an interesting move, Sweden has decided to hand over its official Twitter account over to its people. A new Swedish person will be given charge of the account every week to offer insight into the lives of the country's inhabitants.
As always, Google has something up its sleeves, and in the spirit of the Christmas season, enter "let it snow" (without the quotes) to receive a winter surprise.
An update to the iOS version of Facebook has just hit the iTunes App Store, sporting the new Timeline interface that has been available on its desktop and Android versions since last week.
Google announced Android 4.0.3, an incremental update to the ICS platform which includes a number of optimizations, bug fixes and new APIs for developers. The company is also rolling out ICS updates for Samsung Nexus S over the coming month.
Friday, 16 Dec 2011
Google has unveiled unpublished details on 2011's top gadget-related searches in US, TechCrunch reports.
Nokia's French Division general manager, Paul Ansellem has let slip the fact that we will be seeing a Nokia tablet running Windows 8 as early as June 2012. That seems like a good bit earlier than when most other manufacturers are expecting to launch their own Windows 8 tablet in Q3 2012.
With 2011 almost coming to a close, the search engines have decided to reveal what were the most common queries for the year. Both Google and Yahoo have announced results for the top 10 most searched items for 2011.