iOS Devices Lead With The Largest Mobile Ad Market Share

Mobile ad market has become a highly lucrative industry. And the vendor who is more successful naturally gets to reap its bounties too, one way or the other. Whereas by the end of 2011, iOS and Android devices were both at 50% share of mobile ad market, mobile marketing company Velti has now reported that iOS has pulled ahead of Android in mobile ad marketshare, thanks particularly to the new iPad.

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Now You Can Trade-In CDs At Amazon

Amazon's trade-in program has been a very useful feature for millions of users. If you are having an old item that is included in Amazon's trade-in list and you want to get rid of it, all you have to do is ship it to Amazon and get an Amazon gift card in return. It has been a great way to rid old electronics, DVDs etc. Now, the good news are that Amazon has added used CDs to the list so that you can get rid of used CDs while making something out of it.

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E-Book Publishers And Apple Sued Over Agency Pricing By Justice Department

Amazon had been selling its e-books for $9.99 for quite some time, a model which brought it immense success. But then, Apple enticed a number of major e-book publishers to adopt an alternate method, one which brought Apple as well as the publishers better profits but also raised the prices of e-books. Now, Justice department has sued Apple and five e-book publishers over this - three have agreed to settle so far.

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Google Is The Most Popular Tech Company In US, Polls Say

A lot criticism has been heaped on top of Google ever since it introduced Google+ and a number of related features such as Search Plus Your World. However, apparently the average user doesn't usually care about these criticisms and continues to have great likeness for Google. According to a poll by ABC News and Washington Post, Google emerged as the most popular tech company in U.S.

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Why Is Facebook Buying Instagram?

A day ago, Facebook decided to acquire the wildly popular photo-sharing service, Instagram. This move by the social network has been viewed with a lot of intrigue and interest by tech analysts as well as the users. We don't yet know how will it affect Instagram itself but in this article, we will try to elaborate as to why would Facebook buy such a company by paying a whooping one billion dollars.

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Brian Dunn, CEO Of Best Buy, Tenders His Resignation

Best Buy hasn't been doing particularly good, despite the fact that it's online sales are not bad. The retailer recently closed 50 of its stores and that's only a fleeting look at the fact that things aren't very good at the company. Now, CEO of Best Buy, Brian Dunn has resigned. It would seem that the company has finally realized that it needs new leadership to try and find an alternate strategy to break into the e-commerce market.

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Top 25 Most Social CIOs Of The World – Derived From Fortune 250

With the world fast going social and the likes of Facebook and Twitter becoming the hub of communications, it is no wonder that a CIO's efficiency and effectiveness be gauged through the fact that how active he is on the social media. Fortune 250 list doesn't do that. But now, David Lavenda from harmon.ie has compiled a list of top 25 'most social CIOs' based precisely on the ability of these men to be socially active.

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Oracle And Google Fail To Settle Dispute, Will Go To Court

Oracle and Google have been locked in a legal battle over alleged patent infringement for quite a while now. Oracle filed the suit against Google alleging that Google's Android platform infringed upon a number of Java-related patents which are originally owned by Oracle. Google tried to settle it out of court and made Oracle an offer which was turned down by the latter. And now, the case is all set to be decided in a court.

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Fujitsu Acquires Toshiba – New Joint Division Called Fujitsu Mobile Communications

Fujitsu and Toshiba have been together into the Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications, though the share of the two was quite disproportionate. Toshiba had a 19.9 percent interest in the company whereas Fujitsu had the dominant 80.1 percent. And now, Fujitsu has bought off Toshiba's stake, making it a Fujitsu-only venture and officially renaming it as a division of the company.

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