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Apple's iPhone Event Tomorrow
(October 3, 2011)

Apple's iPhone Event Tomorrow

How much of an update the next iPhone will be? Shall we see some noticeably new features in the new iPhone 5 as a result from the longer wait? The answer of those questions we will have tomorrow morning, when Apple holds its "Let's Talk iPhone" event. The iPhone 4 was a big step up from the 3GS, which itself was basically the iPhone 3G with a better camera and speedier insides. The iPhone 4 also did the camera and speed tricks, while adding a considerably sharper screen.

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Tim Cook's Time To Shine
(October 3, 2011)

Tim Cook's Time To Shine

Tim Cook finally gets his chance to stride out from under Steve Jobs' shadow, and he could not have picked a better time or device to mark his unofficial debut as Apple Inc's CEO. The latest generation of the iPhone -- still the smartphone industry's gold standard after four years -- is expected to see the light of day this Tuesday, just in time for the holidays.

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Introducing Google Analytics Premium
(October 3, 2011)

Introducing Google Analytics Premium

Google learned from some of the largest customers that they have some specific needs that the current version of Google Analytics can't meet in their entirety. They're addressing these needs by announcing a new option built for Google's largest customers: Google Analytics Premium. Google developed Google Analytics Premium around these pillars: more data, advanced tools, dedicated support and guarantees.

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Amazon Launches Silk, A New Web Browser
(September 29, 2011)

Amazon Launches Silk, A New Web Browser

Amazon announced its new tablet, the Kindle Fire. The Kindle Fire’s OS is a heavily modified Android, so it makes sense that the browser is also heavily modified. Packed in the Amazon Fire is a whole new web browser dubbed Silk.

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Google Celebrates 13th Birthday
(September 29, 2011)

Google Celebrates 13th Birthday

Google celebrated its 13th birthday with a simple and classy main-page “Doodle”: A homey, scrapbooked image of the colorful logo surrounded by an uber-traditional setting of cake, presents and balloons. A landmark worthy of Hallmark. The literal “Google Image.”

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Windows Phone 7.5 'Mango' Update Begins Rolling Out
(September 28, 2011)

Windows Phone 7.5 'Mango' Update Begins Rolling Out

Windows Phone 7.5 is now officially ready to get pushed to existing devices, and in a big way. Taking lessons Microsoft learned from the update debacle that was NoDo, the company's eager to do a much more efficient job of rolling out its latest revamp.

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Mozilla Firefox 7 Released
(September 28, 2011)

Mozilla Firefox 7 Released Mozilla, a global, non-profit organization dedicated to making the Web better, released an update to Firefox for Windows, Mac and Linux. Mozilla Firefox 7 provides a speedy Web browsing experience for users and new tools to help developers create faster websites and Web apps.
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iPhone 5 to debut October 4
(September 28, 2011)

iPhone 5 to debut October 4

Apple will unveil the next incarnation of the iPhone on its corporate campus in Cupertino, California, instead of in San Francisco. Apple will debut its iPhone 5 on October 4, with new Chief Executive Tim Cook leading the show.

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Adobe Fights Back with Flash 11
(September 28, 2011)

Adobe Fights Back with Flash 11

Long gone are the days when Adobe Systems could take its Flash Player's position on the Web for granted. But Adobe, to counter a strong combination of opposition and alternatives to the browser plug-in, plans to ship Flash Player 11 in two weeks.

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Google+ Gets Major Update
(September 28, 2011)

Google+ Gets Major Update

Google made a flurry of announcements regarding Google+. The social network is now available to the public after spending several months in beta. Those who have never used Google+ have more reasons to try the service today because Google has updated both the Android application and Google+ on the web. All the features we’ll go over here are expected to be available to everyone worldwide by Wednesday.

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