Nov, 28 2012

  • Amazon, once again, accounts for most of its own top-sellers list with Kindle products. [Amazon]
  • Yelp conducting “sting operations” to catch businesses who unfairly solicit positive reviews. [BusinessInsider]
  • Outlook now available in the Play Store. It’s essentially Hotmail with a new icon. [Google Play]
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini launches on US Cellular as the LTE-equipped Samsung Galaxy Axiom. [USCellular]
  • The Core Wars continue. ZTE Apache to launch with 8-core MediaTek CPU. [UnwiredView]
  • Sharp Aquos Phone Zeta SH-02E is the 2nd phone to launch with IGZO IPS display. [NTTDocomo]
  • Ericsson sues Samsung over wireless FRAND patent dispute. [Reuters]
  • Oppo Find 5 confirmed with 1080p 5-inch display. [GizChina]
  • New Samsung Galaxy Note 2 commercial shows off creative “Liquid Pixel” short film. [YouTube]
  • You can now insert Google Drive files directly into Gmail (web). [GmailBlog]
  • Google News business model under siege in Germany, France, and Brazil. [RWW]
  • Google Play Store now allowing for Play Books pre-orders in “New and Coming Soon” section. [Google Play]
  • Google settles Immersion patent lawsuit over haptic tech used in Motorola devices. [TNW]
  • Square Enix’s Demon Score released for Android in Japan. Coming soon to English Play Store? [DroidGamers]
  • N2Acards are micro SD cards that transform the Nook Color and Nook Tablet into Jelly Bean tabs. [N2Acards]
  • Paranoid Android 4.2 now available for the Nexus 10. [XDA]
  • Ceton Echo set-top box update adds Android, and other new goodies. [Amazon]
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