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After tentatively shutting down (and reviving) Apple and Motorola’s legal spat, Judge Richard Posner has put the lid on the case once again, dismissing the case in its entirety this evening. Developing…Judge dismisses Apple vs. Motorola in its entirety, companies unable to prove damages originally
There’s been a steady flow of betas for Firefox’s Android offering and now the official Twitter account promises something "big" on the way next week, along with this image. The size declaration plus a lack of updated features (specifically Flash support) on tablets so far has us looking there for something
Facebook Recruits Apple “Software And Hardware” UI Leader Chris Weeldreyer To Its (Smartphone?) Product Team
Facebook is finally working closely with Apple — on iOS 6 — but it’s also hiring away some of its design talent. The latest is Chris Weeldreyer, who has just left his position as a user interface design manager to become a product design manager at the social network.
What will Weeldreyer be working
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Because investors sure are. Facebook’s share price jumped up 3.8% to $33.05 today on news that it’s now showing its ads on Zynga.com in a revenue sharing partnership. Most amazingly, neither the press nor users seem to be freaking out that their private, personal data is now being used to target them
Happy Friday, everyone. We did it. We made it through another work week. It’s time to sit back, relax, and enjoy the big tech stories that made news today. Unfortunately, one person will need to be relaxing instead of dazzling next week – Google CEO Larry Page loses voice, to miss I/O. And
It’s been years since I’ve had to look for an apartment, but in that time multiple friends have sung the praises of PadMapper (TechCrunch alumnus Greg Kumparak is a fan too). Usually, they describe it as a mashup of Google Maps and Craigslist. Starting today, unfortunately, they’ll have to scratch "Craigslist"
Facebook knows who you are. Google knows what you’re looking for. Which piece of information is more valuable? The future of online advertising – and the ad-driven, free sites we use every day – hinges on the answer. On Friday, Facebook took its first step toward proving that the big prize is in who