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Monday, June 18,2012

RIM manufacturing partner pulls the plug on BlackBerry phones

Toronto-based original device manufacturer Celestica on Monday announced that it will stop producing hardware for struggling mobile device vendor Research In Motion. Celestica stated that it will wind down manufacturing services related to BlackBerry devices over the next three to six months, and it expects restructuring charges to be less than $35 million.
Monday, June 18,2012

Draw Something may be coming to your TV screen

Perhaps Zynga will have the last laugh on its multimillion-dollar OMGPOP/Draw Something purchase after all.
Friday, June 8,2012

Apple may seek U.S. ban of Samsung Galaxy S III

Apple is trying to ban Samsung's Galaxy S III even before it reaches U.S. shores. Apple attorney Josh Krevitt said at a hearing yesterday that the company may file for a temporary restraining order as soon as today to stifle the Galaxy S III's U.S. debut on June 21, Reuters reported.
Friday, June 1,2012

Twitter sees $1B in sales by 2014, report says

Twitter expects to post at least $1 billion in revenue by 2014 based on its expectations on the growth of its advertising business.
Friday, June 1,2012

Netflix topples Apple as king of U.S. online movie biz

Despite a rollercoaster year with a lot of missteps, Netflix still managed to become the largest U.S. online movie service based on revenue in 2011, according to market intelligence firm IHS iSuppli.
Thursday, May 31,2012

Amazon Instant Video is now streaming to Xbox 360

Microsoft announced a new partnership that will allow Xbox 360 owners to access Amazon's massive selection of streaming video content from their gaming consoles.
Thursday, May 31,2012

Settlement reached in Call of Duty's billion dollar West v. Activision lawsuit

The courtroom showdown between the creators of Call of Duty and publisher Activision won't be happening. Attorneys involved tell Polygon that the case won't be going before a jury and that it has been resolved.
Wednesday, May 30,2012

Smartphones and tablets account for more than 20% of US internet use

As mobile devices like smartphones and tablets continue to become increasingly powerful, more and more consumers are using them to browse the web instead of traditional computers.
Wednesday, May 30,2012

Apple to Double Down on Secrecy as Alleged New iPhone Design Leaked

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would increase secrecy of the products in its pipeline, a speech that occurred on the same day alleged designs of the iPhone 5 were leaked online. Speaking at the D10: All Things Digital conference, Cook said: “We’re going to double down on secrecy on products.” Meanwhile, online photos of what appear to be parts of the next-generation iPhone were published by 9To5Mac.
Tuesday, May 29,2012

Facebook shares drop to $29

Facebook's shareholders can't catch a break. The company's stock today is trading down to $29.44, shedding $2.46, or about 8 percent, of its market-opening price. The decline comes the same day trading on Facebook was opened to the options market. According to Dow Jones, about 162,000 Facebook options were traded by 9 a.m. PT this morning.