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Tuesday, 11 Dec 2012
Australian police have warned against using Apple's iOS 6 Maps, after having to rescue six people within a spate of two months who became lost while attempting to locate Mildura in Victoria.
In a land dominated by local brands Samsung and LG, Motorola has decided to close shop in South Korea as part of its global restructuring process.
Monday, 10 Dec 2012
Qualcomm has become the world's third largest supplier of semiconductor chips. This is according to IHS iSuppli who has been tracking the semiconductor market and it stated that Qualcomm looks set to end the year with a stunning 27.2% growth in semiconductor revenue.
According to unnamed sources, Wall Street Journal has recently reported that the big giant has "generated around $1 billion from the sale of Google Apps and separate mapping software to businesses and governments" over the past year.
LG Electronics announced that it has sold over 10 million units of its Optimus L-series smartphones.
Facebook confirms it has disabled Instagram's support for Twitter Cards technology, according to AllThingsD.
According to reports, Apple has hired Kristin Paget, the veteran hacker who helped Microsoft clean up Vista.
Friday, 7 Dec 2012
NVIDIA's GeForce Experience is a PC application that optimizes game settings and keeps graphics card drivers up-to-date. This service is released in beta version and is limited to the first 10,000 users who register on a first-come, first-served basis.
Acquired by Google in September, Snapseed, a popular photo-editing app, is now finally available for download on Google Play for free. Likewise, the iOS version of the app is also free for now (originally US$4.99), but has also been updated to include Google+ integration and some new filters.
Google has just announced that it’s no longer accepting new signups for the free edition of Google Apps. Luckily, if you’re already using it, today’s announcement has no impact on you, unless you wish to add more than 10 users.