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Microsoft beware: Google brings Quickoffice to Android & the iPhone

Sprint starts rolling out Ice Cream Sandwich update to HTC EVO 3D

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It's official: we can finally add Sprint's three-dimensional EVO to that endeavoring list of slabs running Ice Cream Sandwich. According to multiple tipsters, and promptly confirmed by The Now Network's legitimate support page, Google's ICS assortment is now being delivered OTA -- a wee bit earlier than expected, no...
Sprint starts rolling out Ice Cream Sandwich update to HTC EVO 3D

Google's Star Trek Computer Now Available To iPhone & iPad Users

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The new version of Google's Search app for iOS is available in the App Store, and it's a good thing, too. This app now offers Google's version of the Star Trek computer.  Just speak a question in natural language, and Google will reply immediately with the answer. Google submitted this...
Google's Star Trek Computer Now Available To iPhone & iPad Users

With 10% of its 2.5m users booking hotels on the go, Gogobot brings social travel app to Android

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For a company that greatly benefits from the ongoing rise of smartphones and tablets, social travel network operator Gogobot sure has taken its sweet time to develop an app for the immensely popular and still-growing Android platform. But today, Gogobot is finally debuting an Android app to co-exist alongside its...
With 10% of its 2.5m users booking hotels on the go, Gogobot brings social travel app to Android
Apple's FaceTime finally goes cellular, says so long to WiFi restrictions

Surface RT launches today in Japan, gets a cameo in Ghost In the Shell anime

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It's taken its sweet time to leap over that Rising Sun, but Microsoft's Surface RT tablet has finally arrived in Japan. Priced at 57,800 yen ($600), it's launching today in collaboration with Ghost In the Shell series, Arise, where the Surface RT will apparently be making some cameo appearances,...
Surface RT launches today in Japan, gets a cameo in Ghost In the Shell anime

Check-Ins, Geo-Fences, And The Future Of Privacy

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Facebook is under a lot of heat right now for how it shares our personal information. So much so that it is trying to simplify its privacy controls to so that nobody gets surprised when that embarrassing drunk photo you thought you were sharing only with a close set...
Check-Ins, Geo-Fences, And The Future Of Privacy

At long last: new iMacs almost here?

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Apple’s sure taking its sweet time updating its desktop computers, isn’t it? Lightweight notebooks like the MacBook Pro and MacBooks Air are clearly Apple’s priority these days, but there is still a contingent of people who badly want to upgrade their all-in-one Apple desktops. For those of you who fit...
At long last: new iMacs almost here?
Apple is putting Google's Voice search app through purgatory yet again

Micron's RealSSD P320h PCI Express SSD gets reviewed: wildly fast, but a little unstable

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"Taking one's sweet time" just took on an entirely new meaning. Well over a year after Micron first introduced its RealSSD P320h PCI Express SSD, the aforesaid device is finally hitting the general availability stage. And with that, the flood of reviews begins. What sets this guy apart right...
Micron's RealSSD P320h PCI Express SSD gets reviewed: wildly fast, but a little unstable
For sale from Pivotal Initiative: Cloud Foundry
Google pushes massive Street View update with over 250K miles of worldwide roads.
Hardware: Why the Would-Be Hottest Health Gadget Took Its Sweet Time to Ship

End WWDC

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Not long ago, when Apple’s WWDC conference dates were announced, a slow trickle of registrations would occur as developers consulted with spouses, bosses, and co-workers to determine, in their own sweet time, whether or not they would attend. There was never any rush, because the conference never sold out. Weeks...
End WWDC

Facebook Finds its Place in the Location-Sharing Landscape

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The biggest social network on the web is getting ready to unveil a location sharing service of its own, according to a report Tuesday. Citing unnamed sources, The New York Times’ Bits blog says there will be two components, “a service offered directly by Facebook that will allow users to...
Facebook Finds its Place in the Location-Sharing Landscape

Amazon reportedly taking grocery delivery to LA and San Francisco, possibly international

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Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos was optimistic about the progress of Amazon Fresh at the company shareholder meeting last month, and now reports indicate that the company’s grocery service may finally be expanding outside of the Seattle region. Sources tell Reuters that Amazon is set to launch Amazon Fresh in Los Angeles...
Amazon reportedly taking grocery delivery to LA and San Francisco, possibly international

Verizon gets the HTC One this summer

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now It’s time to celebrate Verizon Wireless customers — soon you’ll be able to get your hands on the best smartphone on the market. Verizon confirmed that it will offer the HTC One later this summer in a tweet this...
Verizon gets the HTC One this summer
Apple is putting Google's Voice search app through purgatory yet again

Judge Lets Feds Censor Blog For Over A Year So The RIAA Could Take Its Sweet Time

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You may recall a few months ago, that we broke the story about how the US government seized and censored the hiphop blog Dajaz1.com for over a year, before suddenly giving it back with no explanation or apology. Among the many problems with the government's actions, the really crazy part...
Judge Lets Feds Censor Blog For Over A Year So The RIAA Could Take Its Sweet Time

"We Were Excited."

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"We Were Excited.": Tom Simonite of MIT Technology Review sat down with Microsoft's Julie Larson-Green, aka: the woman who just took Steven Sinofsky's job leading Windows. One thing in the Q&A stood out to me in particular: Did you take that approach in Windows 8 as a response to the...
"We Were Excited."
Microsoft acknowledges Windows Blue, plans Build conference for June 26 in SF

Apple has been an LTE straggler -- maybe that's a good thing

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Apple has taken its sweet time with LTE on the iPhone. Apple says it has good reasons. [Read more]...
Apple has been an LTE straggler -- maybe that's a good thing
Motorola Droid 4 review
Isis adds American Express cards — now you really can’t leave home without it

Revenge is Sweet: Time Warner Cable Sued Over Modem Leasing 'Scam'

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(Photo: Maximum PC) When last we heard from Time Warner Cable, a corporation so reviled that even Starfleet captains can’t help but voice their discontent, it was devising its latest scheme to become the most hated company ever by charging a modem rental fee. Now, the New York Daily News reports...
Revenge is Sweet: Time Warner Cable Sued Over Modem Leasing 'Scam'
10 Great Sci-Fi Films That Got The Future All Wrong

Samsung ATIV S: Hands-on with Samsung's first Windows Phone 8 device (video)

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It's taken its sweet time showing itself but we've finally got to handle Samsung's first Windows Phone 8 device, the ATIV S (not to be confused with the similarly-named Windows RT tablet). At Microsoft's launch event for its new mobile OS, the phone's 4.8-inch AMOLED display certainly helps to...
Samsung ATIV S: Hands-on with Samsung's first Windows Phone 8 device (video)
MicroVentures doles out $16M in investments while it 'patiently waits' for the SEC

Google countersues BT over alleged IP networking patent violations

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Google isn't letting BT's Android patent lawsuit go unanswered, even if it's taking its sweet time. Over a year after BT struck first, Google has filed a countersuit against BT that claims the provider is infringing four patents relating to IP-based conferencing and quality of service delivery. The search...
Google countersues BT over alleged IP networking patent violations
Adobe Just Killed Your Ability To Pirate Photoshop
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