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Tuesday, May 29,2012

GameStop Adds Android Tablets to 1,600 Stores

GameStop is expanding its Android tablet lineup, adding the tablets to more than 1,600 stores nationwide.
Tuesday, May 29,2012

Samsung launches new Music Hub for Galaxy S3 to rival iTunes Match

Wondering what Samsung was going to do with its acquisition of mSpot? Here's your answer: taking on Apple's services.
Friday, May 25,2012

GameFly to Publish iOS, Android Games; Launch Android App Store

Video game rental service GameFly this week announced that it plans to begin publishing iOS and Android games in the upcoming months, and will launch its own Android app store.
Friday, May 25,2012

Netflix: a 'frenemy' to the cable TV establishment

Ted Sarandos, Netflix's Chief Content Officer, probably felt like a bit of an outsider sitting on a panel with executives from Cox, Time Warner Cable, and Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation at the 2012 Cable Show. After all, it's not a stretch to say his service is one of the biggest ways that people today consume TV and movies — and often cited as a potential threat to the decades-old cable industry that's struggling to innovate.
Friday, May 25,2012

Google Asked to Yank a Million Search Results a Month

Google received requests to purge more than a million links from its search results in March, according to the search giant's monthly "transparency report." The request-for-removal metric is a new one, appearing in the latest version of the report released Thursday.
Thursday, May 24,2012

Big Retail Partners Sign on to Pay With PayPal

PayPal today moved aggressively to place its technology at point-of-sale terminals at major U.S. retailers, signing deals with Verifone and Equinox Payments, and announcing 15 new retail partners.
Thursday, May 24,2012

FB Launches Facebook Camera – An Instagram-Style Photo Filtering, Sharing, Viewing iOS App

Insta-who? Today Facebook begins rolling out Facebook Camera for iOS to English-speaking countries, a standalone photos app where you can shoot, filter, and share single or sets of photos and scroll through a feed of photos uploaded to Facebook by your friends. Developed by Facebook’s photos team without the help of Instagram because the acquisition deal hasn’t closed yet, Facebook Camera looks a lot like the app TechCrunch leaked images of a year ago, and is designed for quicker publishing than Facebook’s multi-featured primary mobile app.
Thursday, May 24,2012

Fox Sues Dish Network Over Auto Hop Ad-Skipper

Fox has sued Dish Network over its new Hopper service, which allows consumers to skip television ads. At the same time, Dish has filed its own lawsuit against all four broadcast networks seeking a declaration as to the legality of its new service.
Wednesday, May 23,2012

Amazon Partners With Paramount, Brings Hundreds More Movies To Prime Instant Video Service

Amazon is continuing to grow its collection of streaming video titles at Amazon Prime Instant Video, and is today announcing another new agreement with Paramount Pictures bringing “hundreds” of new movies to the service. This deal isn’t as large as March’s partnership with Discovery, which saw some 3,000 new titles added, but it does introduce what are arguably more big-name movies. Included in the deal are titles like Mission: Impossible 3, Braveheart, Forrest Gump, Mean Girls, Nacho Libre and Clueless, to name a few, and Amazon says more will be added “soon.”
Wednesday, May 23,2012

ITC Judge: Xbox Should Be Banned From U.S. Over Motorola Patent Violation

A judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that Microsoft’s Xbox videogame consoles should face a U.S. import and sales ban for violating four patents owned by Motorola Mobility, which was just purchased Tuesday by Google.
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