Google's Andy Rubin fires back at Aliyun OS, says there's 'no disputing' it's built on Android
Google's Andy Rubin fires back at Aliyun OS, says there's 'no disputing' it's built on Android
           

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Zynga just filed its legal response to Electronic Arts’ lawsuit. The response has three parts: A motion to strike portions of EA’s suit, an “answer and demand for jury trial” on other portions of the suit, and a counterclaim from Zynga. I’ll update this post with summaries and full copies...
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Apple leads JD Power rankings for tablet satisfaction

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Apple has scored highest in a new JD Power customer satisfaction survey of tablet owners. The iPad has earned Apple a score of 848 -- above an industry average of 832 -- as well as five stars in JD Power's Power Circle ratings. Close behind with a 4/5 rating and...
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Toys 'R' Us takes on tablets with Tabeo

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Amazon Updates Its Kindle App For Mac

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A few days after Amazon's event last week, and a few days before Apple's fall press bonanza, Amazon has updated its Kindle app for the Mac. Sprucing up its app on a competitor's device is consistent with Amazon's grand plan of selling services rather than hardware on its cash-bleeding Kindle...
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Amazon caves in, will remove ads from Kindle Fire for $15 fee

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After widespread criticism, Amazon has changed its mind about those home and lock screen ads on the new Kindle Fires. Yesterday, Amazon insisted that all Kindle Fires will come with "special offers" on the home screens and lock screens, and that unlike with Kindle e-readers, the Fire won’t provide any...
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