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The BBC rolls out new ‘responsive’ mobile site, tailoring news layout to suit multiple devices

thenextweb.com
The BBC has been slowly rolling out updates and overhauls across its digital services over the past year or so, and today it launched the latest iteration to BBC News for mobile devices. The broadcaster may have native mobile apps for Android and iOS, but there are some who access...
The BBC rolls out new ‘responsive’ mobile site, tailoring news layout to suit multiple devices
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Update makes Chromebooks better for work and play

gigaom.com
All Google Chromebooks, even the first beta devices, have a large software update waiting for them. On Tuesday, Google announced that the web-centric notebooks would get the newest version of the Chrome browser — version 21 — but also a number of small feature enhancements and new functionality. My own...
Update makes Chromebooks better for work and play

Google Pledges To Restore In-Browser Maps Access To Deprived Windows Phone Users

techcrunch.com
Rejoice, Windows Phone users: your daylong Google Maps crisis will soon be over. After causing quite a kerfuffle the other day by effectively blocking some Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps in-browser, Google has released a statement (obtained by The Next Web) clarifying its rationale and promising that it...
Google Pledges To Restore In-Browser Maps Access To Deprived Windows Phone Users

Mystery Samsung T879 may be Galaxy Note for T-Mobile

www.electronista.com
Samsung may be readying a version of the Galaxy Note for T-Mobile. A discovery of a browser user agent string for a previously unseen SGH-T879 device by TmoNews both has the characteristic Txx9 naming of a Samsung-made T-Mobile device and the 1280x800 resolution of the 5.3-inch Note. While a small...
Mystery Samsung T879 may be Galaxy Note for T-Mobile

Facebook to auction users' eyeballs in real time to advertisers

arstechnica.com
Bloomberg reports that Facebook is planning to launch a service that will create a “spot” market for targeted advertising, allowing advertisers to bid on access to specific Facebook users based on specific data about their browsing history. The service, called Facebook Exchange, will use partnerships with other companies to track...
Facebook to auction users' eyeballs in real time to advertisers
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