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  • Sparrow, Coming after Google’s Gmail App

    Google released its disappointing Gmail app for iPhone and iPad. Both were buggy and in the end it had to pull its applications back. Ironically, Sparrow for Mac app will be available soon for iPhone too in a-few-month times. Those circulating rumors about iPhone version of Sparrow are validated now. Sparrow team...
  • 4 biggest news you (might) have missed this week [Apple, Groupon, Google+]

    A tremendous week for Technology, business and the internet itself. Follow us through this short article on the most interesting news throughout the week. 1. Apple becomes most valuable company in the world Still think petroleum is the biggest business in the world? Then, you would probably need to...
  • Google+ to grab the second place in Social Network

    A study done by Bloomberg shows that Google’s new social-networking service, Google+ may grow to become the second biggest social network within the next year, moving past Twitter and LinkedIn. It claims that 22 percent of the U.S. adults will be a part of Google+ by 2012. Google+ already has around 13 percent of...
  • BlackBerry App World downloads reaches 1 billion

    Here’s what you don’t expect to hear about. Research In Motion’s BlackBerry App World has reached a new mark. According to the mobile company, 1 billion applications have been downloaded from its mobile marketplace. The marketplace offers application for RIM’s Blackberry smartphones and its recently-launched Playbook. It was launched...
  • Social network neutrality: Redefine balance

    What is Network Neutrality? Jave quoted definition, along with some real news from Tim Wu’s “The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empire”. Simplifying it, network neutrality is seeking balance among intimate business players in similar field. It is derived due to existence of information monopolies. Start by time, innovation and...
  • Dan Shapiro: Why I sold my startup to Google [Sparkbuy]

    “Selling a company can be a very lonely decision, so I want to revisit John’s question and share my thinking with others who might be making the call” – Dan Shapiro Dan Shapiro is the founder of Sparkbuy, a search engine trying to change the way people search for consumer...
  • Hello mobile payments, goodbye fancy wallets [infographic]

    We’ve heard the coming of Google Wallet a few weeks ago and the launch was said to be somewhere early June, however that does not happen when clearly we can see ‘coming soon’ status on the official site. Back in March, Google announced that they are partnering with MasterCard and Citigroup to...
  • Apple stocks drops: The big WHY

    Apple Inc. hasn’t been doing very well as its shares dropped 3.5 percent this month, making it as their worst first-half of the year since 2008. Apple investors are wondering why the stock keeps dropping despite the company’s extraordinary growth rate and future prospects. The shares went down 7.6...
  • Google Wallet: A fast way to pay with NFC

    Tired of carrying your wallet around? Consider the new Mobile-Payment service which will be enabled using Near field communication (NFC). It is expected that Google will unveil its plan to use this function this week. However, early plans only include Android operated phones on Sprint in certain parts of...