Apple’s mapping partnership with rival Google will be officially terminated with the release of iOS 6, which will include Apple’s own mapping service. Announcing these developments at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference, Apple said its service will include Siri’s voice capabilities, three-dimensional imagery, turn-by-turn navigation, and even traffic updates that take place in real-time. apple-partners-with-TomTom

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No matter what kind of smartphone you use, your decision process was probably much different than that of the company that made it.Choosing a mobile operating system

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More isn’t always better. Think of airline baggage, traffic tickets, or mosquito bites.  Chances are, no one is going to ask for extras there. But too much of a good thing can also go bad. When you’re dreaming of a mobile app, it’s normal to want to add more to it. More graphics. More functionality. More buttons for more options.Girls using Bumb Mobile App which  focused on contact information and photos

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Past choices of operating system are starting to catch up with mobile phone makers. News came down today that Windows Phone integrator Nokia is cutting 10,000 jobs by the end of 2013, and several members of the executive team are leaving their positions.Nokia news

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In a report released June 7, ABI Research projected that sales of handheld gaming devices from Nintendo and Sony would fall from a peak of 47 million in 2008 to 38 million in 2013. The report explains the decline by contrasting it with the rise of smartphones and tablets as mobile gaming platforms.Tablet games

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