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Google’s Street View goof sees biggest fine yet

Germany privacy regulators have fined Google €145,000 ($189,000) for its Street View cars recording and storing data illegally from unsecured Wi-Fi networks, in what was described as “one of the biggest data protection rules violations known.” The penalty, almost the maximum €150,000 (£128,000) permitted by the law for negligent data rule contravention in Germany, exceeds a… Read More »

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Google Street View Reaches 50 Countries

“Whether you’re planning a summer vacation to visit the Colosseum or exploring potential neighborhoods for your next move, Street View gives you instant access to the places you want to see—even before you leave the house.” That was part of a blog post Google wrote on Tuesday as it announced the newest countries to be… Read More »

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Nokia launches Asha 210 WhatsApp phone

On Wednesday, Tech giant Nokia unveiled a new addition to its Series 40-based Asha portfolio of low end mobiles which compete with the budget end of Android and cheap BlackBerrys. The new Nokia Asha 210 has been designed to offer consumers more social experiences. As a member of the Asha family, which is the company’s… Read More »

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Apple’s Gloomy Growth Prospects

In the past 52 weeks, Apple Inc. shares (AAPL) have seen a low of $385.10 per share and a high of $ 705.07 per share with the latest share price having investors beg the question “Is Apple a smart value play?” Apple’s growth has been incredible over the past two years, with double-digit growth for… Read More »

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Apple wins smartphone sensor patent case against Google

  On Monday, The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) ruled that Apple did not violate a Google patent to make the popular iPhones which came as a huge relief to the Cupertino-based technology giant, already grappling with falling share price. The suit for the patent called ‘sensor controlled user interface for a portable communication… Read More »

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Apple Inc. rejects 8 million iPhone 5S phones due to fingerprint sensor glitch

The iPhone 5S, the next-gen iPhone, could be delayed until after June due to problems associated with Apple’s new fingerprint-scanning feature designed by Apple to replace the passcode-based unlocking system on previous models. According to reports, the Cupertino-based technology giant shipped back a consignment containing up to 8 million defective iPhone 5s smartphones to its… Read More »

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Sony increases its sales centres in Nairobi

Bringing the number of authorized service centers in enya to seven, Sony Middle East and Africa (MEA) has formally launched two new authorised service centres in Nairobi. Speaking at the opening ceremony on Wednesday, Sony’s managing director for MEA Hiroyasu Sugiyama said the new centres will help reinforce in the quick undertaking of after sale… Read More »

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Twitter launching music discovery app ‘Twitter Music’

After acquiring We Are hunted, a music discovery service that  tracks what music is trending on blogs, message boards, and other social media,  Twitter proceeded to use its’ technology to build a standalone music app of their own built on iOS. The app, called Twitter Music suggests artists and songs to listen to based on… Read More »

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Twitter acquires music service We Are Hunted

Today, We Are Hunted announced it has been acquired by Twitter, confirming a CNET report that the music discovery service was already being integrated with Twitter’s music products. Created by a group of Australian software developers in 2009, We Are Hunted creates a kind of Billboard chart for online music, monitoring popular songs on blogs,… Read More »

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Google sued over ‘anti-competitive’ search results

Google Inc., operator of the world’s largest search engine, was sued at the High Court in London by a U.K. Internet company for allegedly promoting Google Maps over those of competitors in what it claimed was “Google’s cynical manipulation of search results.”  The suit  filed by Streetmaps, was filed on March 15th according to court… Read More »

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