Skype in the Workspace launches to help millions of SMBs network globally

Skype in the Workspace launches to help millions of SMBs network globally

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New Skype has announced that it’s taking its ‘in the classroom’ concept beyond educational establishments and into the wider working world with the launch of Skype in the Workspace . Skype in the Classroom was launched way back in 2010, and was one of the company’s first forays into the education...
Skype in the Workspace launches to help millions of SMBs network globally
                                       

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Cheers! Amazon debuts a dedicated (US-onl)y marketplace for wine

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New Online retail giant Amazon today announced the addition of a dedicated marketplace for wine. The company will offer customers “more than a thousand wines” from wineries across the United States. Starting today, people can have up to six bottles of their favorite wine shipped for $9.99. At launch, shipping will...
Cheers! Amazon debuts a dedicated (US-onl)y marketplace for wine
Samsung Galaxy SIII Beats iPhone 4S To Be Top-Selling Smartphone Globally In Q3; iPhone 5 To Be Top In Q4: Analyst

MTV becomes the first company to hit 1 million Instagram followers

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Justin Bieber may have been the first Instagram user to reach the one-million users milestone, but MTV has followed up on this by becoming the first company to hit this landmark figure. With only 647 photos posted, that’s not a bad follower-count for the broadcaster: Facebook acquired Instagram for just...
MTV becomes the first company to hit 1 million Instagram followers

SumUp launches its API so that developers can add payment functionality to their apps

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SumUp provides a way for merchants to take debit and credit payments via their smartphone and today, the company has launched an API for its mobile point-of-sale solution. The API is available for both iOS and Android and the company hopes that this will help businesses and developers bring payment processing...
SumUp launches its API so that developers can add payment functionality to their apps

Samsung's Galaxy S III overtakes the iPhone 4S as the world's best-selling smartphone in Q3 2012

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Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S III handset usurped the Apple iPhone 4S as the world’s best-selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2012, according to a new report released by market research and consulting firm Strategy Analytics. The figures show the S III to have shifted 18 million units in Q3, compared to...
Samsung's Galaxy S III overtakes the iPhone 4S as the world's best-selling smartphone in Q3 2012
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BlackBerry 10 Security Certified For U.S. Government Use Ahead Of Launch -- But Still No BB10 Devices Til Q1 2013

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BlackBerry users may not be able to download the latest Angry Birds incarnation, but at least they can look forward to being able to use forthcoming BlackBerry 10 devices in government agencies and regulated industries in the U.S. and Canada. RIM has announced its as yet unreleased next gen OS,...
BlackBerry 10 Security Certified For U.S. Government Use Ahead Of Launch -- But Still No BB10 Devices Til Q1 2013

BlackBerry 10 wins U.S. security clearance ahead of launch

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Months ahead of its launch, the latest BlackBerry operating system has been certified for secure use by the U.S. government. [Read more]...
BlackBerry 10 wins U.S. security clearance ahead of launch

Opera launches Web Pass, aiming to "lower the bar" for mobile Internet novices

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Norwegian browser-maker Opera has furthered its mobile footprint with the launch of Opera Web Pass, an emerging market-focused service aimed at making mobile Internet packages more straightforward for phone owners and inexperienced Web users. Throwing away the traditional approach to selling mobile data to prepay customers, Web Pass lets ‘pay-as-you-go’...
Opera launches Web Pass, aiming to "lower the bar" for mobile Internet novices
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