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Saturday, November 18, 2017
 

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iPhone 4 sells out quickly

The iPhone 4 sold 1.7 million units in its first three days. That is the biggest product launch in Apple?s history. More would have been sold, but stores ran out.

Amazon updates Kindle app

Amazon’s Kindle app for Apple products can now play audio and video. The media can be embedded in an e-book. This increases the accessibility and usefulness of supplementary materials.

Google rumored to challenge Facebook

A rumor is spreading online about a service called Google Me. It is supposedly Google’s answer to Facebook. Experts are skeptical about whether Google can compete with Facebook. So far, its social-networking services have not caught on.

Patent law must be flexible for technology, Supreme Court rules
The Supreme Court on Monday cut software developers and university researchers a little break by keeping open notions of what can be patented. In the year’s most anticipated science …

Tesla Motors goes public higher than planned

In one of the most highly anticipated IPOs in the tech sector, Tesla aims to raise about $226 million to begin production of its Model S electric sedan.

Windows 8 leaks show Microsoft’s eyes on Apple

Purported planning documents show that Redmond is not only looking to craft a better Windows, but also one with an iPad-like app store and quick start-up.
• Screenshots: Microsoft game plan

 

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