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YouTube App Removed From iOS 6 Because Apple's Licensing Agreement Is Over

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Slowly but surely, it seems as though Apple’s mobile OS is being stripped of search giant Google’s influence. Apple’s redesigned Maps application — due to make its debut in iOS 6 — no longer makes use of Google’s map data, and that trend continues with another recently spotted change. The...
YouTube App Removed From iOS 6 Because Apple's Licensing Agreement Is Over
Apple: YouTube app will not be included in iOS 6, Google working on standalone version

Apple confirms native YouTube app is going bye-bye in iOS 6

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But will you still be able to upload your iPhone's videos directly to YouTube? If you were one of the remaining loyal users of YouTube's dedicated app on iOS, you're in for a disappointment once iOS 6 is released this fall. Apple confirmed it is dropping the default app...
Apple confirms native YouTube app is going bye-bye in iOS 6

Yes, YouTube is gone from iOS 6. So what?

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Don’t expect to find a YouTube app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch if you update it to iOS 6; the company has pulled the app from the latest beta version of its software. This might be a subtle swipe at Google, which Apple is indirectly fighting through Google’s...
Yes, YouTube is gone from iOS 6. So what?

Chrome rises: Google browser grabs 1/3 of the global market (StatCounter)

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Remember when Google’s Chrome browser overtook Internet Explorer as the world’s most popular browser for a week back in May? And next, for a full calendar month? Well, Chrome is still on top, judging by the latest figures from traffic measurement service provider StatCounter, and it has now even taken...
Chrome rises: Google browser grabs 1/3 of the global market (StatCounter)

Why Is Apple's YouTube App Disappearing?

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So we know that Apple won’t include its home-grown YouTube app in the newest version of the iPhone software that comes out this fall. But why? That’s a little murky right now. I haven’t heard back from Google yet. But here’s what Apple PR rep Trudy Muller told my colleague...
Why Is Apple's YouTube App Disappearing?

Why is Apple ditching the YouTube app from iOS 6? It's about money and machismo

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If the reports coming in today are accurate, then Apple will remove the YouTube app from its iOS devices with the iOS 6 software update this fall. Both Macrumors and 9to5Mac are reporting that it is gone from the current beta and Apple then issued a statement to The Verge:...
Why is Apple ditching the YouTube app from iOS 6? It's about money and machismo
Another Google service gone for good: Apple confirms YouTube app was removed from iOS 6

Apple drops YouTube from iOS 6, says Google working on its own app

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It’s not just Google Maps that’ll be missing from iOS 6: Apple confirmed today that its YouTube app will also be dropped in the new operating system, but it will eventually be replaced by a new YouTube app from Google. Early testers of iOS 6 noticed that the YouTube app...
Apple drops YouTube from iOS 6, says Google working on its own app

Google Chrome Now Has A Third Of The Browser Market Worldwide (GOOG)

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Google Chrome lead in the browser market continues to grow. Chrome accounted for 33.8% of the global browser market in July, an increase of more than ten percentage points from the year before, according to the latest data from StatCounter. Internet Explorer, the second most popular browser, had 32% of...
Google Chrome Now Has A Third Of The Browser Market Worldwide (GOOG)

The Enemy Of My Enemy Is My Friend

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Microsoft and Apple should hate one another right now. I mean, really hate each other. After decades of domination, Microsoft has watched their rival move from death’s door to become the most valuable company in the world — over $200 billion more valuable than Microsoft itself. And it was Microsoft...
The Enemy Of My Enemy Is My Friend

Apple’s Safari browser vulnerable to address bar spoofing exploit in iOS 5.1

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Given their popularity, Apple’s iOS devices are constantly being probed for vulnerabilities, whether it be within the filesystem, kernel or their applications. Today, a new vulnerability has been brought to our attention that focuses on how the Safari browser on iOS 5.1 renders website addresses, which can be used to...
Apple’s Safari browser vulnerable to address bar spoofing exploit in iOS 5.1

YouSnub: Apple's Next iOS Will Be Google-Free

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Not only has Apple created its own version of maps to replace the Google Maps app in iOS 6, but it's nixed the native YouTube app--a feature that has been included in iOS since its beginning. Apple had this to say about the omission: "Our license to include the YouTube...
YouSnub: Apple's Next iOS Will Be Google-Free
Telenav 'Scout for Apps' offers free, HTML5-based voice navigation to developers
Google could soon face big fines over iOS Safari privacy controversy in FTC investigation

30/30 app brings pay-what-you-like pricing to iPhone

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Binary Hammer's time manager app uses in-app payments for users to pay what they think it's worth.Radiohead did it for music with their In Rainbows album. The Humble Indie Bundle did it for games. Sci-fi author Wil Wheaton did it for short stories. And now US developer Binary Hammer is...
30/30 app brings pay-what-you-like pricing to iPhone

Chrome browser finally comes to Android

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Google’s Chrome browser and Android mobile operating system went public in the same year but they haven’t converged until now. Google is finally introducing Chrome for Android, a beta which is limited to Android 4.0 devices. The fact that Chrome will be limited to just about 1 percent of Android...
Chrome browser finally comes to Android

FTC set to hand Google record $22.5m fine over Safari privacy breach

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Google is reportedly set to pay a $22.5 million fine in relation to the scandal that broke out when the company was found to have overridden Safari’s privacy settings, with the potential to track Internet browsing sessions. The Wall Street Journal cites company officials “briefed on the settlement terms” who have revealed that...
FTC set to hand Google record $22.5m fine over Safari privacy breach

Dolphin Browser iPhone app updated with “Sonar” voice control functionality

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Popular third-party Android browser Dolphin made its way to the App Store in August of last year bringing highly customizable gestures, built-in translations, and a dock-style sidebar for quick access to tabs, bookmarks, and speed dial. Today developers MoboTap Inc. pushed out an update to the iPhone app that,...
Dolphin Browser iPhone app updated with “Sonar” voice control functionality

Google fires back at Microsoft on tracking: Internet Explorer is “widely non-operational”

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The war of words between Microsoft and Google has just been a raised a notch after Google released a statement in which it criticises the the Redmond-based firm, saying that settings for its Internet Explorer Web browser are “widely non-operational”. The comments come after Microsoft jumped into the brouhaha surrounding...
Google fires back at Microsoft on tracking: Internet Explorer is “widely non-operational”
War? YouTube app disappears from iOS 6 beta 4 as Apple breaks Google ties

iOS beta 4 strips out YouTube app, changes Maps, Passbook

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In a surprise move, Apple has stripped the native YouTube app out of iOS 6 beta 4, developers note. The app has been a staple of iOS since 2007, when Apple in fact promoted it as one of the original iPhone's selling points. Google has since fallen out of Apple's...
iOS beta 4 strips out YouTube app, changes Maps, Passbook

Apple announces Dictation, enhanced sharing and new Safari update coming to Mountain Lion

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Moments ago at WWDC 2012, Apple’s Craig Federighi announced a number of new features coming to its upcoming Mountain Lion, three of them including the porting of Dictation to the desktop, new enchanced sharing and a new super-quick update to its Safari browser.     This is a developing story, please...
Apple announces Dictation, enhanced sharing and new Safari update coming to Mountain Lion

Thou Shalt Not Lie: FTC set to hit Google for millions over Safari incident

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Another day, another privacy payout. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google will pay $22.5 million to settle claims that it hacked users’ iPhones in order to serve ads to them. The incident stems from a highly publicized incident in February in which a Stanford graduate student discovered that...
Thou Shalt Not Lie: FTC set to hit Google for millions over Safari incident

Report alleges Google overrode Safari browser security to track Internet usage

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The ongoing tech privacy debate, which began when Path was exposed for accessing user data without permission, took a new twist after Google, and a number if advertising firms, were revealed to have been overriding privacy settings to track Internet usage on Apple’s Safari browser. According to a report from...
Report alleges Google overrode Safari browser security to track Internet usage

Ebook Maker Inkling Jumps to the Web

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Ebook-maker Inkling, which had previously confined its books to the iPad, is moving to the Web – a move the company has been promising for some time. The move means Inkling’s books should be available on most laptops, though the company says it will work best on Google’s Chrome and...
Ebook Maker Inkling Jumps to the Web

Looking for the Apple TV? Look In Front Of You

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Nope, still no Apple TV. Apple’s WWDC presentation took nearly two hours, and none of that time was devoted to the product lots of smart people insist is going to show up one day, some day. Still, look a little closer, and you might see the outlines of Apple’s TV...
Looking for the Apple TV? Look In Front Of You
One year after royally pissing off Apple, Readability’s app is finally approved for iOS
How the cookie crumbles. Safari user sues Google over privacy violations

Google's iPhone Tracking

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The web giant and other ad companies bypassed privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser on mobile devices and computers—tracking the online habits of people who intended for that kind of monitoring to be blocked....
Google's iPhone Tracking
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