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Antitrust complaint levied against Google in EU, this time it's all about Android

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New Google has spent the past couple years facing down antitrust accusations in Europe for pushing its web services over those of competitors. But, just as that case is coming to a close, the New York Times now reports that new anti-competitive allegations have been levied against Android. This new...
Antitrust complaint levied against Google in EU, this time it's all about Android

Tumblr for Android gets overhauled with new interface

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New It looks like April is the month for major Android apps to get a visual overhaul. Following Twitter's refresh last week (and Facebook's decidedly more ambitious effort), Tumblr has today released its own app update that offers a whole new user interface. As you can see above, that includes...
Tumblr for Android gets overhauled with new interface

Android complaint piled on existing EU Google antitrust investigation

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New Possibly adding to the complexity of Google's negotiations with the European Commission, the regulator has received an additional antitrust complaint. This time, Google's Android is under assault by Fairsearch Europe, a group consisting of Nokia, Microsoft, Oracle, and others. The complaint accuses Android of being "a deceptive way to build...
Android complaint piled on existing EU Google antitrust investigation

Google axes UDID support with updated SDK for AdMob

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New software developer kit removes apps' ability to access the unique string of numbers that individually identifies each cellular device. [Read more]...
Google axes UDID support with updated SDK for AdMob

Google drops UDID support with latest AdMob SDK for iOS

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In an update to its AdMob software development kit for iOS, Google finished the process of deprecating UDID access in accordance with Apple's privacy policies, completing the transition that began over six months ago.    ...
Google drops UDID support with latest AdMob SDK for iOS

Injustice Gods Among Us, Vine, Toy Truck Rally 3D and more on this week's top free app charts

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Developer NetherRealm Studios’ Injustice: Gods Among Us, which is a fighting game featuring DC Comics heroes and villans that launched last Thursday, nabbed the No. 1 spot on the top free iOS apps charts. Twitter’s video sharing app Vine surged up the charts this week, landing at the No. 2 spot on the...
Injustice Gods Among Us, Vine, Toy Truck Rally 3D and more on this week's top free app charts

Google's AdMob Drops iOS SDK Support for UDIDs as Apple's May 1 Deadline Nears

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Google has released an updated version of its AdMob SDK for iOS (version 6.4.0) that retires access to Unique Device Identifiers (UDID), weeks before Apple’s official deadline for deprecating the system. UDIDs offered an easy way for app developers to keep track of unique users, but they became a security...
Google's AdMob Drops iOS SDK Support for UDIDs as Apple's May 1 Deadline Nears

ASUS' 7-inch MeMo Pad now on sale for $150

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Cheap tablets are currently on the rise, but not just low-end hardware from manufacturers that you've probably never heard of -- true consumer electronics heavyweights are getting in on the action. Today, ASUS unleashed its $150 MeMo Pad to the frugal masses. This 7-inch slab packs a 1GHz single-core...
ASUS' 7-inch MeMo Pad now on sale for $150
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Don't check maps while driving, California court rules

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale A California appellate court decision states that you shouldn’t use your hands to control a mapping app on your phone. The decision is in response to an appeal that claimed the state’s recent “no texting while driving” law...
Don't check maps while driving, California court rules
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