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Mozilla has announced that it is working on a Metro version of Firefox that will feature a simplified UI that is optimized for touchscreen devices like tablets.

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Elevation Dock for iPhone became the first product to raise more than $1 million from crowd-funding service Kickstarter; however, indie game Double Fine Adventures is well on its way to doing the same in just a day.

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Google is reportedly working on a new cloud storage solution called Drive, that will be positioned as a competitor to Dropbox.

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New version of Google Chrome continues its focus on speed and security, by fixing twenty security vulnerabilities, and introducing omnibox pre-rendering and safe browsing.

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According to reports, Flipkart has acquired LetsBuy.com, which is its biggest competitor. The reported acquisition price is in the range of $20 to $25 million.

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Several popular mobile social networking apps have been found uploading users phonebook without intimation or permission.

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Anonymous Retaliates Against Crackdown on Occupy Oakland Protests

Anonymous has retaliated against Oakland officials for the police crackdown on Occupy Oakland protests by revealing personal information of city officials on the web.

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Google is reportedly working on augmented reality glasses with HUD that might be available for beta testing soon.

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Latest rumor from Korea suggests that Samsung is set to release the first Galaxy S3 device in May 2012.

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New leaked screenshots of Windows 8 suggest that Microsoft has decided to kill the famous Windows Start button.

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Amazon is entering the Indian e-commerce segment with the launch of Junglee.com – a price comparison portal.

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Megauploads crash has set the cat among the pigeons, as file hosting services are shutting down by droves.

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Google is well known for testing the hell out of even the smallest of changes. When it couldn’t test between two shades of blue, it tested 41 different shades of blue on users to statistically determine which one yields best results. Now, two hawk-eyed Neowin users have spotted a couple of new YouTube features.

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Apple is attempting to disrupt the textbook industry with the new iBooks 2. iBooks 2 will feature dynamic, interactive, and fun textbooks from all the major publishers at an extremely affordable price.

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ZTE has revealed that the rather steep licensing fee of the Windows Phone is one of the biggest challenges towards making cheap Windows Phone handsets.

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