Rovio's Amazing Alex hits iOS, Android on July 12

Rovio's Amazing Alex hits iOS, Android on July 12

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New Rovio has revealed that its next game Amazing Alex will be available on iOS and Google Play Thursday, July 12. The game is the company’s first non-Angry Birds branded title to be released in over three years. The basic gameplay and setting for Amazing Alex are taken from Casey’s...
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Rovio's Amazing Alex for Android and iOS to launch July 12th [video]

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Rovio's Amazing Alex for Android and iOS to launch July 12th [video]
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As you may guess from its name, RelationBook is a new platform that lets you find out the relationship status of your Facebook friends. Once you sign up, you’ll see a picture of each of your friends, plus a logo corresponding to their relationship status. You can also browse your open...
RelationBook lets you find out the relationship status of your Facebook friends

Some Good Guesses At What Google Will Call The Next Few Versions Of Android (GOOG)

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Last night a bunch of Business Insider writers went out for Chinese food in New York's East Village. Eventually the conversation turned to Android and Google's dessert-themed naming scheme for each new version. (Google goes in alphabetical order too. Previous versions have been named Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, etc..) So we...
Some Good Guesses At What Google Will Call The Next Few Versions Of Android (GOOG)

Microsoft mulls redundancy program in France, blames Google

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Microsoft’s subsidiary in France has presented a redundancy plan to its works council, a consultative committee, the French financial newspaper La Tribune reports. A first for the company, this plan would entail voluntary redundancy for 30 staff members of its ‘Advertising & Online’ division. According to Microsoft France, this division’s...
Microsoft mulls redundancy program in France, blames Google
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To Get Into Etsy and Dwolla’s Ecommerce Hack Day, Developers Will Have to Solve a Puzzle

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Etsy and payments company Dwolla have thrown down a (mini) gauntlet for developers. The startups are co-organizing an Ecommerce Hack Day at The Hatchery in New York City featuring an impressive array of participants like Zappos, Constant Contact, Ordr.in, Sincerely, Twilio, Stripe, Gumroad, Kiip, and Busted Tees. But to raise the...
To Get Into Etsy and Dwolla’s Ecommerce Hack Day, Developers Will Have to Solve a Puzzle
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Is a Twitter Open Graph app on the way?

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[Update: The "follow" action we saw being tested appears to be related to a new Open Graph built-in follow action that makes it easier for people to keep tabs on the stories people tell from within an app in their News Feed, Timeline and through the notifications channel.] A test application...
Is a Twitter Open Graph app on the way?
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?