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Sharp is bringing full-HD LCD viewing to the masses with new 5-inch mobile displays

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Sharp is doing its part to bridge the gap between big screen technology and mobile devices after it revealed that it has begun producing 5-inch full-HD LCD panels that it says bring the pixel density of a full HD-LCD TV to smartphone screens. The 1,080 by 1,920 pixel panels generate...
Sharp is bringing full-HD LCD viewing to the masses with new 5-inch mobile displays

Japanese social network Mixi acquires Kamado and its social barter and photo curation sites

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Mixi, the Japanese alternative to Facebook, has announced the acquisition of Kamado, the company behind the Livlis social bartering site and the Clipie photo curation site, as noted by Tech in Asia. Kamado’s expertise in mobile and social development will be put to work in helping Mixi grow its user...
Japanese social network Mixi acquires Kamado and its social barter and photo curation sites

Groupon partners with Major League Baseball to become its official daily deals site for its 30 clubs

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Groupon has just hit a home run. The daily deals site announced that it is now the choice service for Major League Baseball’s interactive media and Internet company. Through this deal, the MLB will handle the deals from its 30 clubs right through the GrouponLive events platform. GrouponLive, the online...
Groupon partners with Major League Baseball to become its official daily deals site for its 30 clubs

Mega popular baseball app MLB At Bat 2013 launches on BlackBerry 10, just in time for Opening Day

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Major League Baseball (MLB) fans rejoice, because the new MLB.com At Bat 2013 app has launched on BlackBerry 10, as promised. The opening day of the season is March 31, so given the Z10’s launch in the United States last week, the app’s arrival couldn’t come at a better time....
Mega popular baseball app MLB At Bat 2013 launches on BlackBerry 10, just in time for Opening Day

Troubled Sharp plans to cut 11,000 jobs worldwide, raise $2.74 billion by selling assets

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It’s not been a great year for Japanese electronics giant Sharp, but things are going to take a turn for the worse before they get better, after plans to lay-off 11,000 staff and generate $2.74 billion from asset sales were leaked to Japanese news outlet Kyodo News. The company, which...
Troubled Sharp plans to cut 11,000 jobs worldwide, raise $2.74 billion by selling assets
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