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Rumor: Facebook To Launch Skype-Powered Video Chat

The rumors and speculation are starting to pour in and the most likely one so far is Facebook to launch Skype video chat this Wednesday. The product will include a desktop component, but it’s not clear if you will need the Skype desktop client or additional software and it will reportedly be an in-browser experience. Video calls would be a logical…
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Apple iPad Reaches 100,000 Apps Landmark

Apple has what is clearly the top tablet on the market with the iPad and here are more than 100,000 iPad-specific apps on sale in the App Store. It took Apple 452 days to surpass the 100,000 iPad app mark to land at 100,161 dedicated iPad apps and the milestone comes a little over a year after Apple unveiled the original iPad. The AppStore is now…
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Skype For Android Brings Two-Way Video Calling

Skype has announced an updated version of its Skype for Android app, Skype 2.0, which bringing Skype Video Calling to the currently fastest growing mobile OS and with the new version users can make and recive free -to-1 video calls over Skype between their Android phone and other Skype contacts on the iPhone, Mac, Windows PCs and even TVs. The new…
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Rumor: Microsoft Aiming To Release Windows 8 In 2012?

Microsoft's new operating system Windows 8 might be released to manufacturers in April next year and Windows 8 RC (Release Candidate) is also rumored to be waiting to be released along with it. The plan was to RTM Windows 8 for x86, Windows 8 for ARM/SoC (system on a chip) and Windows 8 Server all at the same time...........
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Avast Working On Android Security App

Internet security giant Avast has been known for their security solutions and now they are going to be launching an Android app sometime in the near future and it will be available for rooted phones. Avast Android security app would features antivirus component, parental control, phone tracking and an anti-theft feature. And also Avast is working…
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Roadshow For iPad

Roadshow is a new iPad app which has arrived to let you save your favorites for later and it gives iPad users a way to collect online videos to watch later, even if they won't have an Internet connection. The app contains a web browser and a starter set of bookmarks, browse video-heavy sites you like and look for videos. Roadshow doesn't support…
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Download Android 3.1 Update For Motorola Xoom

Motorola Xoom gets Android 3.1 update that activates microSD card support outside the US and that'll be getting activated soon as part of the tablet's Android 3.1 update, which is starting to roll out now and should have all of Europe covered within the next few weeks...........
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Microsoft Introduced SkyDrive For Modern Web

Microsoft upgrades SkyDrive, reminds us of its place in the cloud and it include speed boosts, a revamped UI, and improvements to photo viewing. The latest version of the almost four-year-old service has cut wait time on actions like clicking folders, from six to nine seconds down to 100 to 300 milliseconds and also features H.264 video playback, a…
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TiVo To Release Android And iPhone Apps

TiVo Android and iPhone apps in the works, Season Passes soon at your fingertips and Android build will target tablets first and smartphones later, perhaps even a merged edition once Ice Cream Sandwich crawls from the freezer. This version of TiVo will soon make recording season-long reruns of The Hills even easier for those living within iOS or…
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Adobe Updates iOS Development

Adobe Systems extended its Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 software solutions to Apple's iPhone and iPad as well as Research In Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and developers can now use the Adobe Flash Builder platform to develop applications. Flash Builder 4.5.1 allows developers to create apps for a variety of popular devices and…
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