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Library eBooks for Kindle now live

09/21/2011, It was only yesterday that we reported that the Library eBooks for Kindle was available for folks living in Seattle, well starting today, the service goes live nationwide. According to a press release from Amazon this morning, Kindle Books are now...

Google Voice being tested in Europe

09/21/2011, It looks like Google is set to expand its Google Voice service to the rest of the world, one region at a time. According to The Next Web, who spoke with Google’s European Director of Business Development, Google Voice is being tested internally in...

Adobe announces Flash Player 11 and AIR 3

09/21/2011, While it seems like Flash isn’t getting much love from a number of operating system these days (even IE10 on Windows 8 Metro UI won’t support it), Adobe hasn’t given up and is still creating updates for it. The company today announced an...

Google+ now open to everybody

09/20/2011, Great news for those of you who still haven’t gotten an invite to Google+ yet – Google has just announced that as of today, everybody can now have an account on the social network without an invitation. The service which has been in a testing...

Facebook Introduces New Features

09/20/2011, After introducing the “subscribe” button that makes Facebook more like Twitter or Google+, the world’s largest social network takes things one step further by introducing two new features today. 1/Top Stories The news feed is going to...

Magisto debuts automatic video editing service

09/20/2011, When you come across YouTube videos, we’re sure that there are some amateur made ones that look incredibly professional, and you probably wonder how on earth did they do that? So you whip out Windows Movie Maker or iMovie in an attempt to recreate...

TrustYou To Offer Sentiment Analysis To Hospitality Industry

09/19/2011, TrustYou, a European leader in social media monitoring for the online reviews and social commerce space, has acquired Dallas-based competitor ReviewAnalyst to enter the US market. The company has also closed  $5 million Series A round of funding....

Call of Duty Elite PlayStation 3 beta launched

09/19/2011, When Call of Duty Elite was first announced back in May, people were pretty upset over the idea of it, with fans of the game disliking Activision’s decision to make gamers pay for premium content on the social-networking service. Well nothing much...

Ovi logo removed from Ovi Store website

09/16/2011, Back in May, Nokia announced that it will be getting rid of the Ovi brand – and it looks like the change has started. If you visit the Ovi Store now, you’ll realize that the Ovi logo is now gone and has been replaced by Nokia’s logo instead....

Carbyn is a HTML5 based operating system

09/16/2011, Can’t decide which mobile operating system you prefer? If you like the iPhone 4’s specs or the Samsung Galaxy S2’s display but not a fan of either platform, Carbyn might have the answer for you in the form of a HTML5 based operating system (or...

Skype 5.4 Beta for OS X features Facebook integration

09/15/2011, Skype introduced Facebook integration in its IM/VoIP client not too long ago, but it was only available for Windows users, which meant that Mac users didn’t get the chance to use Facebook from within Skype itself. Starting today though, that has all...

TriPlay launches MyMusicCloud cloud service

09/15/2011, There are a couple of music cloud services available or soon-to-be available. As far as the big names are concerned, you have Google Music and the soon-to-be launched iTunes Match by Apple. With the never-ending Android versus iOS debate going on, if you...