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Samsung CEO Stephen Woo takes the wraps off a new 8-core processor for mobile devices at CES.
Just a few days after the Windows 8 launch, Microsoft's mobile platform gets the spotlight and some heavy support from the software giant and its partners.
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In part two of our Apple Maps app testing, we decided to perform local searches of landmarks and other locations, and the results were clearly lopsided.
YP opts to build a specific gas-centric app to better attract new users.
Different from other popular food-finding apps like Yelp and Urbanspoon, Foodspotting is all about the dishes, rather than the restaurants.
No more sifting through reviews on the Internet! Discover an easy way to make a map containing just the food spots that you and your friends love.
Facebook's got 60 new Open Graph-powered apps for users to install and use, with the promise of approving new Open Graph apps from developers.
The Web giant picks up Clever Sense, maker of Alfred, a butler-like app that uses artificial intelligence to help customers find restaurants.