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Babble

Attractive, tabbed Twitter and Facebook client.

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Babble MP3

Add a news announcer to your MP3 playlist.

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Bubble Babble

Link together letter bubbles to make words in Bubble Babble - an undersea bubble-bursting brain-teaser. Score points for each word you make and...

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Photo Babble

With Photo Babble, you can make anything in your photo talk. You simply add a mouth over any person or object and have them say whatever you want....

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Towers of Babble

Towers of Babble is a TOTALLY FREE, tile-based word game that challenges the mind like nothing you've experienced before!Played on a smaller 9x9...

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Work Babble

RSS feed for the Work Babble blog. Now YOU can get the latest work trends right on your phone!WHAT IS WORK BABBLE?Work Babble is a blog created by...

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Babble Pregnancy Tracker

Babble Pregnancy Tracker

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Baby Babble PRO

50% OFF SALE: Get your baby fix with the ever so cute Baby Babble player/audio recorder. Play with baby and watch listen to him babble to over...

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Babble Fertility Tracker

Make tracking your fertility simple and fun with the Babble Fertility Tracker--a one stop destination for keeping tabs on your cycle, learning how...

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Baby Babble LITE

FREE: Get your baby fix with the ever so cute Baby Babble player. Interact play with baby and watch listen to him babble to over 80+ sounds, in...

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Google looks to unify chat services under 'Babble'

That's going to be the new name of a collection of Google instant-messaging services, which the company may present at Google I/O in May, according to a report.

By March 19, 2013

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The secret company behind Twitter's TV takeover

Mass Relevance puts Twitter in front of television audiences, boosting the social network's public profile and altering its perception as a place for more than pointless babble.

By September 21, 2013

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How did our linguistic ancestors talk? Listen in

Did the lost common language Proto-Indo-European sound like this? Listen to a linguist's reconstructed fables about sheep, horses, and a king.

By September 30, 2013

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Apple's biggest advantage put to the test

On Tuesday, Apple will unveil more than one product. This will show whether the company's main strength -- hint: not the ecosystem -- is still intact.

By September 8, 2013

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What to expect from Android Key Lime Pie

Google should unveil a new version of its mobile OS next week. Here's some of what we may see this time around, and also down the line.

By May 9, 2013

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Is an unlocked Galaxy S4 or HTC One worth the hefty price tag?

In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers advice to a reader looking for an unlocked smartphone. And will the next version of Android software, Key Lime Pie, have any new killer features?

By April 24, 2013

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Google launches Keep to help you store your notes

The company launched the service, which is integrated with Drive, along with an Android app.

By March 20, 2013

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T-Mobile changing the contract game

T-Mobile will announce a new way to pay for smartphones, Google Reader is a popular tool in countries with Internet censorship, and BlackBerry creates awkward music videos.

By March 19, 2013

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This may be the single dumbest anti-Google screed ever

commentary This is what happens when you blame Google for the popularity of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," without first knowing the basics about Internet search and the link culture.

By February 6, 2013

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Wikipedia to Philip Roth: Hey, you're not credible

When author Philip Roth tries to correct his Wikipedia entry, purely on factual grounds, he is told that the site needs a secondary source.

By September 7, 2012