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Google iPad App: Almost Chrome, and Trouble for Apple

Google has earned a reputation of late for releasing troubled iOS apps. Gmail was so buggy in its initial state that Google had to pull it from the App Store. Google+ was temperamental too, and even now it lags behind its Android...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Symantec AntiVirus Filtering for Domino on Linux Web Server

IT administrators can now extend the industry's leading virus protection to Lotus Notes/Domino databases. Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering for Domino automatically scans message bodies and file attachments in Notes mail messages and database documents in order to keep databases free from current and future viruses.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Brothersoft Videos About Channels

Brothersoft has made several videos to introduce Brothersoft's channels, go to watch them at once!

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

The latest Google Chrome beta supports multiple sign-ins

The latest Google Chrome beta supports multiple sign-ins, allowing several users to have their own apps, bookmarks and settings in the browser. This is ideal for people who don't want to create multiple OS profiles, or for people with...

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

Scrivener for Windows arrives with powerful writing tool

When it comes to serious writing, you need a serious writing tool; there are times when the likes of Microsoft Word just won’t cut it. Whether you are working on a novel, a play, a dissertation, or any other form of lengthy...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Oprah gives Skype the Twitter treatment today: Will it help or hurt?

Oprah Winfrey, who has already been using Skype to interview guests who can't make it to her studio, is focusing her entire show today on Skype's phone service. "Where the Skype Are You?" is the title of today's program....

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Hosted Application Management Company OneNeck Becomes Oracle PartnerNetwork Gold Level Partner

Hosted application management company, OneNeck IT Services, today announced that it has become a Gold level member in the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). By attaining Gold level status, Oracle has recognized OneNeck for its commitment to...

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

DragonWave Mulls Acquiring Nokia Siemens

DragonWave Inc. announced a complex deal with Nokia Siemens Networks in which the Finnish cellular giant will outsource a portion of its business to the Ottawa company.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: Mobile Applications

Microsoft Issues Temporary Fix For Son of Stuxnet Duqu Exploit

Microsoft on Thursday issued a temporary fix for a critical vulnerability in all supported versions of Windows that is associated with the Duqu multi-vector network attack that bears a strong resemblance to Stuxnet, the powerful and...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Norton Anti-Virus Wrongly Flag Facebook As Phishing Site

Symantec issued an update to its Norton anti-virus software that mistakenly flagged Facebook as a phishing website. The problems, found in updated versions of Norton Internet Security and Norton Anti-Virus, was brought to...

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

Windows 8 Task Manager Features Improved UI for Multiple CPUs

Microsoft's Ryan Haveson takes to the Building Windows 8 blog today to give us one of our first looks at a Windows 8 feature not included in the Developer Preview: new Task Manager features drastically increase its usefulness on...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Adult Mobile Market Presents Challenges, Opportunities

For adult content marketers, today’s mobile arena promises significant profit opportunities, as well as some hidden challenges for app developers.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Reports Google Mulls Helping Finance Potential Yahoo Bid

Internet search giant Google Inc. has held preliminary talks with private equity firms about potentially helping them finance a deal to acquire Yahoo Inc., according to media reports over the weekend.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

HTC Takes a Blow in Apple Fight

The International Trade Commission said Apple Inc. didn't violate HTC Corp.'s patents for technology used in its mobile devices, a setback in the Taiwanese company's patent fight with the iPhone maker. But analysts said coming...

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: Internet

Apples iPhone luring people to ditch rival phones

Apple Inc's latest iPhone looks set to become its bestselling device ever, and one reason appears to be disenchantment with rival smartphones. Nearly one in four people who thronged Apple stores from Tokyo to San Francisco told...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Maxava Now Selling IBM i Monitor Through Apples iTunes Store

Any IBM i shop can now get Maxava maxView Lite free of charge from Apple's iTunes App Store, the company announced last week. The software provides real-time monitoring of IBM i server status, and doesn't require a Maxava high...

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Brothersoft Set Up An E-Shop on October 9th 2011

Concern is growing over the corporation culture transmission among the users. And all the companies try its’ best to make it special. So brothersoft sets up an E-Shop for selling brothersoft.com 's Singlet.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

Lenovo and Compal Form Laptop Production Venture

Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No.3 PC brand, has formed a joint venture with contract laptop PC maker Compal Electronics Inc in eastern China, the companies said, pushing their shares up sharply.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

Google to Launch Google Drive

Google Drive, the long-anticipated but so teasingly absent appration, is set to launch before the end of the year, according to some reports.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: Internet

Gmail Mobile Adds New Features

Google has launched a few new features for Gmail for mobile. These include: multiple sign-in support, mobile-specific signature and vacation auto-responder.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: Mobile Applications

eBays New Division to Attract Developers, Merchants

Online auction and trading site eBay Inc. is building a new division to woo developers and attract more merchants, according to a report from Reuters.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

PayPal to Extent Offline

The Internet Payment group PayPal announced a range of new features last week including a push for technology that will allow users to make purchases using their smartphones, but without NFC tech.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: Internet

Amazon Kindle to Offer Local Deals

Amazon announced that it will start sending deals to owners of its bestselling Kindle and Kindle 3G with Special Offers e-readers. AmazonLocal on Kindle is launching first in New York, with offers through Kindle coming to Seattle and...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: Internet

McAfee: Hackers to Threat Cars

According to McAfee, the American computer security giant, autos made smarter with Internet technology are zooming into perilous hacker territory. The first-of-its-kind report, entitled "Caution: Malware Ahead" and...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Ford Launches OpenXC Platform with Bug Labs

Ford and Bug Labs have announced that they are creating a platform,OpenXC, which will encouurage users to modify computers in Ford's upcoming cars.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Dell to Partner with China's Baidu for Smartphones

Dell has partnered with China's largest search engine Baidu to launch a smartphone, in a move that could help both companies tap the country's growing mobile phone market.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

Amazon First Tablet Coming Soon

Online retail giant Amazon has alluded that it plans to offer its own tablet computer running Goolge's Android operating system, perhaps as early as October.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Apps for Tally

Are you always feeling anxious when doing large tallies? Now your iDevice could help you with thousands of helpful applications. We list five fantastic apps for iPhone or ipad to help you not loose count.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Samsung Plans to Launch Instant Messaging Service

Samsung is preparing to launch a cross-platform instant messaging service called ChatOn, as shown in a YouTube video released by the company.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

IObit Release Advanced SystemCare Free

Earlier this month IObit released the final version of Advanced SystemCare Free (formerly Advanced WindowsCare Personal). Advanced SystemCare Free has already reached surpassed a massive one million downloads since its inception back in...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: Software

Verizon Acquires CloudSwitch to Enhance

Verizon Communications said on Thursday that it had bought privately held software developer CloudSwitch to boost its business services division.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Apple Added Early Earthquake Warning Notification Option to iOS 5

After the devestating earthquake in Japan earlier this year, iOS 5 includes early earthquake warning notifications for Japanese iPhone users. iOS 5 users in Japan could turn on early earthquake notifications at the very bottom of...

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

iPhone Apps For Magic Lover

The art of magic is always mysterious and attractive for general publics, however, with an iPhone in hand, you could be a charming magician and win more population from your friends. Here are five of them for you.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: Mobile Applications

HP to Acquire Autonomy and Spin Off Personal Computer

Hewlett-Packard said on Thursday that it was considering spinning off its personal computer (PC) business into a separate company and was in talks to acquire Autonomy, a business software maker.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Microsoft Discontinues MS Reader System

Microsoft will discontinue support of its e-book reader app, the company announced.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: Internet

Five Childrens Book on iPad

The iPad is a fantastic reading device. Its amazing combination of colors, sounds and words attract many children's book developers. Here are five kid books on iPad.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: Mobile Applications

Google Releases Native Client Beta Version

Google has released a beta version of its Chrome browser Native Client, which aims to make it easier for developers to build web applications.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Premier League Apps for Android

As the 2011/2012 Premier League finally set to get underway, Brothersoft has compiled a handy selection of Android mobile apps to ensure all of those football addicts out there get their recommended fix; Sports Betting for Android,...

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: Mobile Applications

Twitter Acquires Sharing and Discovery Platform Bagcheck

Twitter has acquired Bagcheck, a sharing and discovery platform.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: Internet

Magix Releases Movie Edit Pro 16 Plus

Magix has released the latest version in its Movie Edit Series, Movie Edit Pro 16 Plus. Movie Edit Pro 16 Plus is very similar to its predecessor Movie Edit Pro 16. However, there has been a number of key improvements.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: Software

Google Buys Dealmap

Google, which is offering an online bargain service in three US cities, has acquired The Dealmap, a company that aggregates local deals.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Auntie Marys Words Take Me Out

Since this is her first date, I'd like to give her some useful software to help her. “Oh,honey! Don’t be too nervous. These software will help you have a wonderful date.”

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: Software

Dell Launches China-Only Android Tablet

Dell Inc. on Friday started selling a 10-inch tablet computer that it will offer only in China.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Mozilla Mulls Building Mobile OS

Mozilla has launched a new project to build an operating system for mobile devices that will run applications primarily on the Web.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Samsung Smartphone Sales May Beat iPhone

Samsung Electronics Co., the world's second-largest handset maker, may have surpassed Nokia Oyj and Apple Inc. in smart-phone sales in the second quarter.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: KillerMobi News

Report- Google plus Users Reaches 18 Million

Google+, Google's popular social experiment hits with 18 million users just three weeks after launch, accoring to Ancestry.com founder Paul Allen.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: Internet

Brothersoft 9th Birthday Award July 22nd 2011 - July 26th 2011

Happy Birthday To Brothersoft.com .On 22nd 2011 - July 26th 2011 Brothersoft.com Organizes A Great Activity On Twitter.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: KillerMobi News

Chinas Baidu Sings Deal With Music Labels

Chinese search engine baidu has struck a deal with leading music labels to ffer songs by artists including Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Frank Sinatra.

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Submitted by: Sunny
Category: KillerMobi News

Google News offers Badges for Readers

Google News is now offering users in the U.S. the ability to earn shareable badges for voraciously reading news and articles on topics ranging from politics to Harry Potter.

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Submitted by: Sofiya
Category: Internet

Rihanna Now The Most Popular Woman On Facebook

Rihanna has overcome Lady Gaga to become the most popular woman on Facebook.

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Submitted by: Wendy
Category: Internet

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