Dec, 12 2012

  • FTC says Apple and Google aren’t doing enough to protect privacy in kids apps. [Apple Insider]
  • Google News gets updated look for tablets along with support for gestures. [GoogleNewsBlog]
  • Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy S3 shows the phone with Android Jelly Bean. So where’s the update? [Verizon]
  • 75% of all smartphones shipped were running Android. iOS? 14.9%. [IDC]
  • Contre Jour is a stylish new game now available for Android devices. [Google Play]
  • Samsung patents tiny, bright pixels for seamless foldable displays. [Engadget]
  • Google explains cause of Gmail and Chrome outage. Hint: it wasn’t Anonymous. [BGR]
  • Official Google Drive extension lets you save images to drive with a right click. [Google+]
  • AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 now receiving Ice Cream Sandwich. [Samsung]
  • Qualcomm calls out Apple. Calls their FRAND negotiations a sham, and says they should feel embarrassed. [Electronista]
  • MediaTek reveals quad-core Cortex A7 cpu’s coming inside upcoming smartphone releases. [AllThingsD]

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