Google Chrome lands No. 1 spot for free iOS apps

Google Chrome lands No. 1 spot for free iOS apps

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New Google’s Chrome browser for iOS is now No. 1 in the App Store for free apps. The mobile browser went live for iPhone and iPad owners yesterday, and now it holds the top spot for both device categories. The app notably lets users view open tabs, bookmarks, and other...
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IT'S HERE: Announcing IGNITION 2012

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New From analysis of Apple to Amazon, from mobile payments to tablet publishing, find out about the future of digital business models at Business Insider's third-annual IGNITION: Future of Digital conference, taking place Nov. 27-28, 2012, in New York. Brad Horowitz, who leads development of Google+, will speak on the future...
IT'S HERE: Announcing IGNITION 2012

THE IPHONE AT 5: The Most Successful And Disruptive Product In History

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New Well, it's official. Five years ago today, Apple launched the iPhone. Although the iPhone's astonishing impact and success seems obvious now, it wasn't then. Microsoft's Steve Ballmer was only one of many observers who dissed the iPhone way back then--and he is presumably the one who regrets it the most....
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No Flash for Android 4.1, no new installs after August 15

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New Adobe announced yesterday that its mobile version of Flash is completely unsupported on Android 4.1, and no new downloads of Flash from the Google Play store will be possible after August 15. Until then, installing Flash on devices running Jelly Bean, including the new Nexus 7 tablet and the handful...
No Flash for Android 4.1, no new installs after August 15

Google Chrome lands No. 1 spot for free iOS apps

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New Google’s Chrome browser is now No. 1 in Apple’s App Store for free apps. The mobile browser went live for iPhone and iPad owners yesterday, and now it holds the top spot for both device categories. The app notably allows users to view open tabs, bookmarks, and other browser particulars...
Google Chrome lands No. 1 spot for free iOS apps

GameStop starts accepting Android tablet trade-ins and preorders for Nexus 7

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New GameStop has already had a ton of success with its iOS device trade-in program we told you about on 9to5Mac, and today the company announced it will soon extend the program to select Android tablets. In addition, GameStop is taking pre-orders of Google’s new Nexus 7 and will offer a...
GameStop starts accepting Android tablet trade-ins and preorders for Nexus 7

Here are TNW’s most-read stories of 2012 thus far

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New It seems like just yesterday that we were reviewing 2011 and now, with July creeping up on us, we’re about to reach the halfway point of the year. To mark that milestone, we’re publishing a series of reviews looking back at a range of topics from the past six months,...
Here are TNW’s most-read stories of 2012 thus far

This Quote Explains The Difference Between Silicon Valley And The Rest Of The World

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New Marc Andreessen was on Charlie Rose this week, and he dropped this super smart nugget on the tech industry: The core idea we have, the core theory we have, is that the fundamental output of a technology company is innovation and that's very different than a lot of businesses, right?...
This Quote Explains The Difference Between Silicon Valley And The Rest Of The World

Do Not Want: Facebook Testing ‘Want’ Button

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Adobe: No support for Flash on Android 4.1; No new installs from Google Play starting August 15

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New Adobe announced it abandoned mobile Flash last fall, but the company just confirmed to the masses that Google’s Android 4.1 does not have certification for Flash. It is also stopping access to Flash Player updates and installations from Google Play on August 15, but security updates will continue for existing users. Check out the full...
Adobe: No support for Flash on Android 4.1; No new installs from Google Play starting August 15
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