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DeNA -Japanese Social Mobile Games Company on spree to surge revenue to $1.3 Billion

DeNA -Japanese Social Mobile Games Company on spree to surge revenue to $1.3 Bil

The third-quarter financial results of DeNA, Japan’s leading social games Company are out. The Company has hit another record by showing robust growth in its revenue and operating profits.

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Bing Accused of Copying, by Google

Bing Accused of Copying, by Google

Bing has been accused by Google Fellow Amit Singhal who alleges that it has copied Google’s search results. Google is said to have created ‘synthetic queries’, – test search queries that tie two terms that normally have no connection.

These same connections were reportedly seen on Bing, following which this allegation was made.

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Apple Makes Some Changes in Their Policies

Apple Makes Some Changes in Their Policies

New service documentation suggests the amendment made by Apple to the policies for water-damaged iPods.

An image was reportedly published by the French website igeneration. fr which points towards a more lenient approach to dealing with water-damaged devices. This image had been provided by Apple Authorized Service Provider.

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Government fails to stop interaction

Government fails to stop interaction

With the protests still going on in Egypt, the international community is relying on journalists with satellite phones for real-time updates. Since the Government has made the internet inaccessible for the people of Egypt all the updates concerning the protests calling for Hosni Mubarak to resign after 30 years in power are being made available by the journalists.

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Facebook speech at a standstill

Facebook speech at a standstill

A California high school student has been suspended for having allegedly violated his free speech rights. The tenth-grader Donny Tobolski’s is said to have made some rude comments about a teacher on Facebook.

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