Posts Tagged ‘Success’


Google Targets Budget Tablets, CEO Says

After the success of the Kindle Fire, Google sees plenty of space for more tablets at the lower end of the market; at the top, few challenge Apple’s iPad.



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Joseph Kony 2012: Obama administration congratulates success of campaign

The Obama administration has congratulated the people viral internet campaign.

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BlackBerry’s problems began with Apple’s success

It won Presidential approval in the 2008 US election; it has been credited with breaking up more marriages than Elizabeth Taylor; and for a short while it created the largest listed company in its native Canada.

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Wikipedia hails blackout protest as success

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has hailed the website’s blackout protest as a success, claiming it galvanised opposition to anti-piracy legislation in Congress.

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Android’s Success: What Schmidt Didn’t Say

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt boasted of Android’s wins against the iPhone during an interview this week. But Google can’t just sit back and relax.




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Amazon tablet will ‘completely disrupt the status quo’

If Amazon’s rumored Android tablet ever indeed becomes a reality, it could quickly become one of the bestselling tablets on the market. That’s the claims of Forrester Research analyst Sarah Rotman Epps, who expects the tablet to sell up to five million units in the fourth quarter of this year.

At that rate, sales of the Amazon tablet would surpass the 4.19 million iPads that Apple sold in the first full quarter of its availability from July through September 2010. Amazon would roughly be doing that in about two to three months.

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Google+ forces Facebook to tweak sharing settings

Want evidence that Facebook is feeling the heat of Google+’s success? The company is announcing changes that give users more control over how content is shared. Facebook’s efforts seem to be a response to the most popular features of Google’s social network, praised for its tighter privacy controls.

Tagging has become a popular feature on Facebook, but many of us find ourselves tagged in posts, checkins, or photos that we’d rather not have been. The site now will give users the option to approve all tags before they appear on a user’s profile.

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Google+ is victim of its own success

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews

Well, what ya know? Google ran out of disk space for one of its G+ service servers. Perhaps someone is being too generous processing invites.

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Period Relief is a Pill Away

One day soon, period pain might be a thing of the past thanks to a new drug currently being tested. This possible boon to womankind is being tested and developed by Vantia Therapeutics. Designated VA111913, the pill, taken orally, could potentially take the place of current methods of alleviating menstrual cramps including aspirin.

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Amazon may have gained Zappos, but it’s losing Target

By Tim Conneally, Betanews

The U.S.’ second most popular retailer, Target announced that it will be ending its 8-year relationship with Amazon.com and launching its own new platform for Target.com, which does not rely on Amazon’s services.

Steve Eastman, president of Target.com said, “The strength of Amazon’s technology and fulfillment services has been a contributing factor in Target.com’s success. However, to deliver a customized multi-channel experience for Target’s guests, we believe it is in Target’s best interest going forward to assume full control over the design and management of Target’s e-commerce technology platform, fulfillment and guest services operations.”

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