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London Olympics: Over 150 Million Tweets about the Competition in London

More than 150 million messages about the 2012 Olympics have been posted on Twitter during the Olympic competition, and the undeniable star of these messages was the Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, winner of three gold medals, according to figures provided by the microblogging platform. The victory obtained by Usain Bolt in the 200 meters generated

Review of the iCache Geode Digital Wallet for iPhone

The Geode digital wallet is certainly one of the best startup projects which has been noticed in the recent times. iCache is the brain behind this wonderful digital wallet app that stores securely all sorts of credit, debit and loyalty card details. When launched back in March they made an immediate splash as the best

Apple’s Poor Second Quarter in China

Apple’s sale from the new iPad has been sluggish in the second largest market of China. Analysts have been worried about the performance in the third quarter when Apple’s sales dropped unceremoniously by $2.2 billion to $5.7 billion. Even the launch of the new iPad in China last week did not make a major effect

Enterprise Business Finally Seems to be Working for AT&T

AT&T HD racked up some impressive sales figures in iPhones (about 3.7 million), sold 5.1 million Android smartphones and did some equally impressive figures in terms of its wireless business. But somehow in the middle of all these, everybody seemed to have lost the fact that they did also come up with some good performances

IPad Mini Release Date: iPad Mini Scheduled for September

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has recently stated that the iPad mini could end up being released by the end of September, making it possibly the second product to be launched in the same month from the Apple stable. The first product is rumored to be the iPhone 5 which could, industry watchers are expecting,

Nexus 7 Is Killing the Kindle Fire in Terms of Sales

Google’s Nexus 7 is slowly but surely stealing the thunder from Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Amazingly, about the time of the last holiday season, the Kindle Fire was a hot product, fitting in the right price bracket for a cheap e-Reader that could function as a mobile entertainment hub without burning the bank. The pricing was

Nokia Acquires Imaging Technology and Professionals from Scalado

Nokia has announced that it has completed the acquisition of developers and technology from Scalado. The erstwhile developers from Scalado will now join the ranks of Nokia’s imagine solutions division. The deal was announced back in June 2012 and as a part of this around 50 excellent imagining solutions experts from Scalado will now become

RIM’s Playbook 4G Finally Making its Appearance

If some of you have completely forgotten about the 4G Playbook, then it is time to wake up. It seems that the almost forgotten BlackBerry 4G Playbook is finally going to make an appearance next week. RIM is going to launch the 7-inch tablet on Canada’s Bell network. Apparently a document that was leaked and

Nokia Lumia Beats the iPhone in First Three Quarter Sales

Amidst the financial ruins and the string of bad news that Nokia seems to be finding itself, in here comes a piece of news that Nokia could just be celebrating on. In a rebuttal of sorts about the news that Nokia’s new line of Lumia phones are not doing that good, it appears that Nokia

Samsung Ready to Fight Apple Over 3G Patent Laws in Australia

In an apparent attempt to safeguard their own interests and fight the copyright battle with fire, Samsung is moving to court by suing Apple for violating three patent rights that they hold. This starts with an agreement that Samsung had signed in 1993 with Qualcomm for using their 3G patents and that they would not

Google Officially Stops Taking Further Orders for the Nexus 7

Google seemed to have done everything correct with the Nexus 7 except providing more of the device on stock with its retailers and distribution partners. The demand for the device has been so much that within days of launching the device, Google was seen forced to stop taking further orders online. The 16 GB version,