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Google introduces Google Maps Coordinate for businesses

06/21/2012, Google has just launched Google Maps Coordinate today, a new tool that promises to improve communication between businesses and their employees in the field. Google does this by combining its mapping and geolocation services with smartphones to assign...

LinkedIn bans headhunting service Pealk

06/21/2012, Following LinkedIn’s recent hacking scandal that exposed over 6.5 million LinkedIn hashed passwords online on June 6, the social networking platform for professionals is cutting API access to the headhunting app Pealk. Over at Pealk’s official...

Facebook “comment editing” reportedly rolling out

06/21/2012, Facebook users can now reportedly rewrite their wrongs in their comments. Sources from the web are saying that the social networking giant is lifting up the nearly 30-second editing limit on its comments. Well, in case you haven’t noticed it before,...

Amazon Appstore launching in Europe this summer

06/20/2012, Amazon is announcing that developers can now start submitting apps for distribution in the U.K., France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, with the goal of distributing apps in these countries later this summer. Amazon said that it also has plans of expanding...

PayPal announces newly redesigned website

06/20/2012, Today, online payment solutions provider PayPal announced that its website, PayPal.com, has been redesigned. This confirms our report yesterday, pointing out to a couple of screenshots that were leaked. PayPal also confirmed the rumored overhaul yesterday...

Sticher Radio App Redesigned

06/20/2012, Stitcher, the mobile radio service that provides news, talk shows, sport and entertainment launched its revamped application. Smart Station, the key new feature, will allow listeners to discover their preferred shows among the 10,000 offered on Stitcher,...

Location-based mobile ads currently tested by Facebook

06/19/2012, Location-based advertising isn’t new. After all, Google uses it to some extent but now according to reports, it seems that Facebook could be considering something similar as well. This was confirmed by Carolyn Everson, Facebook’s VP of Global...