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Microsoft details Bing for Windows Phone 7.5

10/11/2011, It has been a couple of weeks since the Mango update, so most of you should have received it. Well for the benefit of those who haven’t and for those who have it but haven’t fully explored it yet – the Bing team has released a detailed blog...

Android Market and Gmail app blocked in China, again

10/10/2011, We know that China isn’t exactly the most Google-friendly country, with Android users in China now and then facing difficulties when attempting to access to the Android Market. This has been an issue that has dated back to 2009 which resulted in...

Netflix bids farewell to Qwikster

10/10/2011, Ladies and gentlemen – it’s time to say goodbye to Qwikster… even though we barely knew it. Netflix has just announced on its official blog that it has decided to scrap all plans to split its streaming + DVD business into separate entities. I...

Google Maps now offers single language labels

10/07/2011, If you use Google Maps in English to look up a foreign country, you might notice that locations on your maps have a large amount of labels – the location name transliterated and in its native language. While it’s great for learning how places are...

Tweet Speaker app reads your tweets to you

10/07/2011, What’s the best way to go through the tweets on your timeline without having to read them? You get them read to you of course! Tweet Speaker, a recently released app for iOS devices does just that. Like its name, Tweet Speaker is a Twitter client...

EA’s founder: web browsers are the future of gaming

10/06/2011, Trip Hawkins, founder of EA and Digital Chocolate (a mobile gaming developer) recently gave his insights on the gaming industry in an interview with the folks over at Industry Gamers, and shared some very interesting points. According to him the future of...

Microsoft to release OnLive rival in 2012?

10/06/2011, Microsoft already has a solid foothold in the gaming industry, with gaming PCs running on Windows, console gamers with the Xbox 360, and a number of users gaming with their Windows Phone devices, but it looks like the company is ready to take it another...

Podio Launches Employee Network

10/06/2011, Podio, a very smart, easy to use and easy to customize collaboration platform, is adding a cool feature to its already successful application: the Employee Network. Podio offers standard business applications for project management, CRM, accounting, HR,...

Amazon WhisperSync to take on iCloud?

10/05/2011, Amazon’s WhisperSync is one of Kindle’s most useful features: the ability to pick up and continue reading a book where you left off despite reading it previously on a different device is a big deal for a lot of people. With Amazon’s...

QR codes on rooftops used to advertise on Google Earth

10/05/2011, If you’re in need for a rather unique way of advertising your product or company, Philips & Co. has a new proposition that they’re calling “Blue Marble”, and essentially what they will do for you is that they will create a QR code that can be...

Google+ updates privacy options for sharing posts

10/05/2011, Folks who are using Google+ would’ve noticed a new feature for sharing posts on the social network, but for those of you who don’t; the service now lets users disable comments and lock posts before sharing to the Google+ stream. Talk about...

Patent trolls go after WiFi usage in hotels and coffee shops

10/04/2011, Uh-oh, it looks like the patent trolls are back, and this time a company called Innovatio is attempting to sue small hotels and coffee shops for offering WiFi services. Yes, you read that right – a feature that we readily expect from most coffee...

Bing Autos helps you find the perfect car

10/03/2011, The Bing team has just announced some new updates that it recently introduced to Bing Autos. Starting today, using the service to find the perfect car is going to be so much easier. According to the announcement, there now are options for you to browse...