Rogers leak pins BlackBerry Q10 Canadian launch date as April 30th
Rogers leak pins BlackBerry Q10 Canadian launch date as April 30th
                 

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13.4 billion downloads app downloads in Q1 2013, Apple tops profit

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New A new report by Canalys estimates that the top four app stores served up a total of 13.4 billion apps for the first quarter in 2013. App downloads across Apple's App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone Store and BlackBerry World grew 11 percent over the previous quarter. Revenue for developers...
13.4 billion downloads app downloads in Q1 2013, Apple tops profit
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Report: Google captured 51% of app downloads in Q1. Apple took 74% of the revenue.

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Overall, quarterly downloads were up 11% and revenues up 9%. FORTUNE -- Canalys on Monday issued a report on app downloads at four major mobile stores: Google (GOOG) Play, Apple's (AAPL) App Store, Microsoft (MSFT) Windows Phone Store and Research in Motion's (BBRY) BlackBerry World. The news was good for Google and...
Report: Google captured 51% of app downloads in Q1. Apple took 74% of the revenue.

Chinese government reportedly orders 2 million BlackBerry Q10 smartphones

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Chinese government reportedly orders 2 million BlackBerry Q10 smartphones

$1 Billion WhatsApp Acquisition Rumored For Google

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Trivial social chitchat is perhaps worth a billion dollars. Hot rumors are circulating that Google is in negotiations with non-SMS messaging service WhatsApp for a potential acquisition. The price could push up toward a billion dollars. According to a source who knows about the discussions, the WhatsApp team is...
$1 Billion WhatsApp Acquisition Rumored For Google

Canada in £170m loan to help BlackBerry

www.guardian.co.uk
Working capital facility to Spanish group comes as Canadian mobile phone company tries to recover from £425m loss and 40% cut in revenuesCanada has provided a £170m loan facility to European telecoms firm Telefónica to help it buy BlackBerry products and services, as the Ontario-based company tries to recover from...
Canada in £170m loan to help BlackBerry

Google, BlackBerry, EarthLink and Red Hat ask DoJ and FTC to help starve patent trolls

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Tired of all the patent-related stories? Especially the ones that seem like they are more about financial gain than fairness? We thought so. We'd imagine it's even more of a frustration if you're one of the companies regularly involved. No surprise then that some firms -- such as Google,...
Google, BlackBerry, EarthLink and Red Hat ask DoJ and FTC to help starve patent trolls

Facebook's long road to "mobile best": HTML5, native apps, and now Home

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Facebook has come a long way in its quest to be a mobile force to be reckoned with — but it’s still not there. On Thursday, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg told press and the world that his company had become a ‘mobile first, mobile best’ company with the release of...
Facebook's long road to "mobile best": HTML5, native apps, and now Home

Why Home won't move the needle for Facebook

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The big question following this week’s Facebook Home announcement is whether it is going to move the needle. And when one looks at the numbers, it’s a question of reach. At least in the near term, Facebook Home will not achieve the reach needed to move the needle. Facebook avoided...
Why Home won't move the needle for Facebook
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