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Zuckerberg Rambling About Nothing for 30 Minutes Earned Facebook £4 Billion

Do you want to know what power is? Power is going up on a stage, yammering about very little for half an hour, and boom, a few days later you company is worth nearly £4 BILLION more than it was a few days ago. Read More >>

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Samsung Overtakes Nokia as the World's Biggest Phone Manufacturer

Samsung has just toppled Nokia's 14-year run as the world's biggest vendor of mobile phones in terms of shipments. In the first quarter of 2012 Samsung shipped 93.5 million handsets—36 per cent more than a year earlier—overtaking the Finnish phone giant who shipped a mere 82.7 million. Read More >>

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Reddit Android App Pulled Off Over Porn Complaints

The third-party Reddit app Reddit is Fun has been rudely tugged off the Google Play Store, with Google removing both paid and free versions from its app listings due to it violating policies. Read More >>

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Google Play: Apps, Music, Movies, and Books All Under One Roof

Today Google took steps to get all of its entertainment ducklings in a row. Google Play is the new umbrella that will cover the company's Apps, Movies, Music, and Books offerings. It'll cover both desktops and Android phones. Read More >>

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Rick O'Shea on Android Market and App Store: Nights at the Circus, doing the Cannonball Run

You know what we need more of in our mobile gaming? We need a round of applause every time we complete a stage. And maybe some sympathetic groaning when we heroically fail at a tricky juncture. Alas, your fellow commuters on the train are not likely to oblige, they're too busy thinking about what they're having for dinner tonight. Fortunately, Rick O'Shea has a built-in audience that's ready to cheer you on, every step of the way. Read More >>

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Android Market Update Sets Apps to Auto Update, PayPal Payments Coming Soon

Google's latest update of its Android Market app adds a few nice little tweaks, most notably the option to have all apps automatically update themselves by default, rather than users having to select the auto-update toggle manually for each. Read More >>

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