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A day before launching in the US, BlackBerry 10′s app store has crossed 100,000 apps.

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Google Now Might be Coming to iOS

A video promoting Google Now for iOS has been leaked on YouTube, suggesting that Google is seriously considering bringing its personal assistant to iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices.

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Fran├žois Beaufort, a Google Chrome user from France, has spotted signs of impending arrival of Google Now in the Chrome browser.

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LG’s new Super Multi DVD Writer can write M-Disc long lasting DVDs that have a shelf life of up to 1000 years.

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Google Chrome for Android will soon feature a data compression proxy option, which will work in a manner similar to Opera Turbo (now Off-road mode).

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Opera Software has released the first beta of Opera for Android powered by the Webkit rendering engine.

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Opera’s co-founder and ex-CEO finally broke his silence and reacted to the recent string of developments at Opera Software.

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Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 with support for touch APIs, hardware acceleration, enhanced privacy, and more.

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Opera Software has tied up with Airtel to introduce Web Pass in India, which enables instant activation of pay-as-you-go data plans.

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Palm’s webOS has made another return from the graveyard. LG has acquired webOS and will be using it in its future smart TVs.

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Samsung has announced HomeSync, an Android Jelly Bean powered media streamer that is similar to Apple TV.

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Opera Software gained 8 million new active users in January, including a sizable chunk of smartphone users, for their mobile web browsers.

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Leaked pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S3 cases suggest design sensibilities more in line with the SII than the SIII.

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Opera might have forced out close to a hundred employees in the run up to its engine switch from Presto to Webkit.

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Opera Software has announced that it will be dropping Presto and transitioning to the Chromium rendering engine and V8 JavaScript engine used by Google Chrome.

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