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iPhone 5, iPad 3 to embrace 4GThe Kindle speaks two new languages, Yahoo and Bing release their top search terms for 2012, and the next versions of the iPhone and iPad will probably sport 4G LTE.
It's Thursday, December 1st 2011. I'm Marcus (Say?) on cnet.com. It's time to get loaded. Amazon is watching 2 native language Kindle an Italian and Spanish, both of the Italian and Spanish Kindle devices will come with book stores in each respective language. The Italian Kindle Store will open with over 16,000 books, while the Spanish Kindle Store has over 22,000 titles. Authors in both countries can now publish they works through the Kindle direct publishing platform, they sale from 99 Euros and Yahoo user's apparently want themselves some iPhone. Yahoo, released it most searched terms at 2011 and the iPhone came out on top. KC Anthony was number 2 and of course just like every year the celebs get their search love, Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez round it out the rest of the top 5. Bing also release their top searches although Bing groups there is by category and Bing's tech category Xbox was the most searched consumer electronic, Amazon Kindle came in 2nd with Playstation, iPhone 5 and the iPad following in that order. Googles Android team is hard at work to create software compatible with a number of chips, this could include Intel and AMD processors which may power future android tablets, where is that support for certain features like sound, camera and internet aren't quite there yet but we'll keep you posted and rumors from the K business suggest that Apple next gen iPad and iPhone models will run on the LTE Networks not too much of a surprise considering that the last 2 iPhone models were expected to have 4G but did not. Apparently Apple Exec met with Japanese Carrier to talk business with the devices running on LTE. They're expected out in summer and fall of next year and the European commission has formed a coalition aimed and making the internet safe for kids. It consist of companies that operate in the European Union States and tech giants like Apple, Google, Facebook and Nokia are on board. The coalition is focused on implementing age appropriate privacy setting tools and technology, pleasing material that could be harmful to children and better use of parental controls. Of course this means parents need to be more tech Savvy than their kids. Those your headlines for today. I'm Marcus (Say?) for cnet.com and you just been loaded.