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Bing Maps using Nokia data for Traffic and Geocoding

05/24/2012, Microsoft has just announced that Bing now uses Nokia’s Backend Services to retrieve traffic information and Geocoding (which means mapping information based on its geo-location). Both companies have been working on this for “a lot of...

Facebook Introduces Facebook Camera for iOS

05/24/2012, Facebook just launched its own Camera application which lets users focus on browsing their albums and their friends’ albums, without having to load -and wait for- the rest of the Facebook experience. As you may have seen, Facebook does take photos...

Lady Gaga launches “Little Monster” social network

05/24/2012, Lady Gaga is most definitely not short on fans. With 25 million fans on Twitter and 50 million on Facebook, we guess the next logical step for her would be to launch her own social network. Wait – what? Yup you heard it right, Lady Gaga has...

Google launches autocomplete predictions to Gmail search

05/21/2012, Following the plethora of updates to Gmail that included automatic translation, quick access to contacts in search and the new Google+ integration, Google is launching a third update this month that now includes autocomplete predictions when searching...

Facebook Sued for $15 Billion over Alleged Privacy Infractions

05/21/2012, Just after Facebook went public as Mark Zuckerberg pushed the button to ring the iconic NASDAQ bell, the largest social network in the world was hit with a class-action lawsuit by the law firm Stewarts Law US. The firm announced that it put together 21...

The Listening Machine takes tweets and turns them into music

05/21/2012, Ever wondered what your tweets would sound like when transformed into music? That’s pretty much what the folks at The Listening Machine are trying to achieve, by taking the tweets of 500 people in the UK and transforming those tweets into a piece of...

Twitter Agrees to Do Not Track Option On Browsers

05/18/2012, Many websites collect information about visitors through cookies. Some of them include prominent sites such as Facebook. The collected data can be used for advertising and can even be sold to other companies looking to fill up their database with...