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Google accidentally leaked cloud Music App for Android

    According to BusinessInsider, Google has accidentally leaked the upcoming version of their cloud Music App for Android. From the report, Tech From 10 was able to get the app after discovering that Google accidentally pushed a developer version of the next Android Market to their phone. Sadly, now the site is down
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Hungarian Pottages App: 25 pottages for simple & healthy way of life

Hungarian Pottages By Jozsef Kovacs Price: $0.99 Category: Lifestyle Released: Mar 19, 2011 Version: 1.0 1.0 (iOS 4.0 Tested) Size: 3.6 MB Languages: English, Hungarian Seller: Jozsef Kovacs © Viki & Joe Software Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Hungarian Pottages encourage simple healthy way of life. Pottage or fozelek in Hungarian is
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iPad Competitors likely to fall in sales

Many Tablet Companies won’t like to take risk launching their products at the time of Apple’s iPad launch and also they will be worried as when one analyst had to say about their chances. According to Chris Whitmore of Deutsche Bank has issued a note to clients yesterday on the
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Study shows Apple is #1 in Media Coverage

There is no doubt about Apple that the company gets more media coverage than other tech companies, here a new study shows that Apple dominates tech stories in the press. A research released yesterday by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism reveals that stories about Apple Inc.
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Surveys shows customers love Apple products

I can say that Apple has the highest number of customers satisfaction plus they also like their device. Without any doubt we can say, Apple know how to keep the customers satisfied, and the iPad has boosted the company’s already-high scores with American consumers. The survey taken by The American Customer
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Android growth continues while others at decline

Android is the only smartphone platform to show growth. Palm remained flat, while Apple, Microsoft and RIM all saw declines. ComScore’s latest report covers May, June and July of 2010. Apple has dropped from 25.1 percent share to 23.8 percent share. Because the smartphone market is growing. Google's Android platform
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