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Twitter tells developers: No more Twitter Clients

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While Twitter has embraced its developers community with third-party applications providing additional functionality, the company has now backflipped and has told its community to stop building Twitter clients, leaving the development only for the company. The company has cited privacy violations and an inconsistent experience as its main arguments.

Vodafone customers to launch class action suit

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Constant drop outs, poor data performance and reception issues have seen Vodafone have a nasty headache for the year, but now its going to get worse – with customers launching a class action lawsuit against the carrier after failing to resolve the problems in an efficient manner. The law firm PiperAlderman is leading the class action suit, and have launched a website trying to get complaining customers to get compensation […]

Win a MOTOROKR T505 Hands-free Unit [Giveaway]

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It wouldn’t be a Holiday Gift Guide if we didn’t give out some things to our fellow readers. Thanks to our friends over at Motorola, we can give out this brilliant MOTOROKR T505 Hands-Free Bluetooth Unit – perfect for hands-free calling while driving, especially when a majority of people go out on the road to go for a holiday. For those who don’t know, the device will transmit your phone […]

1 Billion App Countdown

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On Friday, April 10, Apple announced a 1 Billion App Countdown to promote it’s revolutionary App Store and the Apps available for download. Such an achievement is being rewarded with 4 Apple products – a $10 000 iTunes Gift Card (Yes, that’s $10 000), an iPod Touch, a Time Capsule and a MacBook Pro – going to a lucky winner that enters the competition by simply downloading an App from […]

French competition watchdog suspends iPhone exclusive deal with Orange

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The French competition watchdog has suspended the agreement between Apple and France Telecom of having the iPhone exclusively to customers of Orange, the No. 1 mobile operator in France. The Competition Council has said that the decision was to allow customers to get the iPhone with a contract with any other mobile phone operator in the country. France Telecom has said that it intends to appeal the decision, and says […]


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