Google buys Bump as wireless sharing heats up

The Web giant buys the tap-to-share app right before Apple launches the AirDrop feature on iOS 7. Also, Sprint gets into the early upgrade game with the new One Up plan.

CNET Update wasn't much into Bumping:


In this episode of Update:

- Reminisce the days of Bump, now that Google bought the tap-to-share app. Expect wireless file sharing to be a popular topic when Apple's AirDrop feature launches Wednesday on iOS 7.

- Collaborate easier with new tools coming to Box, which may rival other note-taking apps like Evernote.

- Spot Twitter #Music playlists on Spotify and Rdio.

- See howSprint's "One Up" plan measures up to other early upgrade plans. And if you're considering switching to Sprint, the carrier will cut $100 off the price of a new phone until October 10.


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