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Microsoft's SkyDrive Gets New App Versions, Adds Paid Storage Options

skydriveapp_logo.jpg SkyDrive users gets a whole new app to play with on Windows, Mac, Windows Phone and iOS, while the cloud service expands with some paid-for storage options to help boost your web filing power.

Apple, Samsung to Resolve Smartphone, Tablet Patent Disputes

Apple, Samsung to Resolve Smartphone, Tablet Patent DisputesApple and Samsung have been on an all-out war against each other for the best part of 2011, with either claiming patent infringements by the other. With some successes and failures in each one's patent claims, Apple and Samsung now appear to be willing to settle their disputes outside of costly court litigation and potentially damaging injunctions.

Stuff Your Data in the Cubby With LogMeIn's New Cloud/Desktop Service

cubby_logo_2012.jpg If you're not satisfied with your existing cloud storage facility, then why not give the beta of Cubby a go. Billed as "one giant leap for your stuff", it offers a mix of local or 5GB of cloud storage and access from browsers, iPads and other devices for easy collaboration.

CloudOn Brings the Full Office to iPad Via Dropbox

cloudon_logo_2012.jpg Merging cloud storage, a Microsoft Office license and Adobe Reader access, CloudOn lets users access, edit and share their Word, Excel and other Office files, all from the swish confines of their iPad.

Facebook Buys Photo App Instagram for $1 Billion

facebook_logo_10.jpg All those mobile photos now belong to Facebook as the social networking giant snaps up its rapidly expanding rival, which started as a touch-up and share service, and became a social network in its own right.

Dropbox to Fix Security Hole With iOS App Update

Dropbox to Fix Security Hole With iOS App Update Security researcher Gareth Wright discovered a Facebook app security hole on iOS devices, and then The Next Web revealed that the Dropbox file-syncing app is also vulnerable.

Zoho Brings Docs and CRM Apps to Android, Projects to iPhone

zoho_logo_2010.jpg Zoho is bringing its impressive lineup of Web-based office apps from the desktop to smartphones with the arrival of Zoho Docs and Zoho CRM for Android (available now) and. Zoho Projects for Apple's iPhone, which will be available shortly.

Apple Integrates with Baidu iOS in China, Reduces Reliance on Google

Competition in the smartphone and tablet market is getting tougher between Apple and Google. Apple is reportedly reducing its dependence on Google in various online and mobile services, and with recent reports that Baidu will soon be a default search engine for iOS mobile devices in China, Google might just lose its already weak hold in this market.

Wix Brings No-Coding-Skills-Needed Design to HTML5 Sites

wix_logo_2012.PNG Site design for those lacking in actual design skills is a problem that many seem to want to solve. Wix is a dab hand at creating Flash sites from a drag and drop system, now it offers the same for those needing a result in modern, sexy, smartphone-friendly HTML 5.

Flipboard Launches iPhone App for China, Makes Chinese Content Accessible Worldwide

The iPad has made social magazine apps in fashion, with the likes of Flipboard and Zite. Zite earlier launched a variant of its social reader for smaller iOS devices, and Flipboard now makes its grand launch for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Privacy Lawsuit Pending Against Social Apps

Nineteen mobile app makers for both Android and Apple iOS platforms, including Apple, Facebook and Twitter, were hit with a class action lawsuit late last week, filed in an Austin court. At issue is the improper and unauthorized access to private address book information for corporate gain. The suit has risen to class action status with thirteen Plaintiffs signing on to the legal action looking to cover a group of people "...all similarly situated" in the 152-page complaint filed in US District Court Western District of Texas, Austin Division (Case No. 1:12-ev-00219).

PayPal's Small-Biz Service Opens Up Mobile Commerce

PayPaldongle_thumb.jpg PayPal has long dominated the small ecommerce transaction market, now it heads to the streets, the stores and pretty much anywhere with a new mobile PayPal Here solution for card and other payments.

Google Bringing More Relevance and Semantics to Search Results

google_search_button.jpg Despite the vast amounts of revenue generated from the service, Google's search service has remained relatively staid for users, bar the odd funky logo. However, according to the Wall Street Journal, it will soon be getting up to speed, offering direct answers to questions and more relevance via semantic searching.

Magnolia v4.5 Extends Mobile Capabilities

The promise of a March delivery from Magnolia was kept this week as the Miami based company announced the latest release of the web content management system Magnolia CMS 4.5, bringing us a little further down the highway to the full v.5.0 upgrade.

Accellion Launches KiteDrive, Secure Enterprise to the Cloud, With 2GB Free

Palo Alto, Calif.-based Accellion Inc. has announced "Kitedrive," a mobile file sharing technology meant to warm the heart of any IT professional dealing with the BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon, which answers both the security and file sharing flexibility challenges of cloud-based mobile computing.

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