After Facebook became the most popular social network in the world, many reports have shocked the world claiming to be the original owner of the social network giant. Up until now, the story is still going on and maybe not close to ending.
Facebook Inc. moved on Monday to oppose the statements by a businessman that he is the owner of a significant share in the social network company.
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The manufacturer of the Blackberry PlayBook postponed an update for the tablet pc’s os until the coming year.
RIM stated it is expecting to produce the update in February.
Research In Motion has confessed that the income of the unit are less than it expected. It recognized consumers wish native email, and contact apps.
The expected update targets to provide these features.
The company’s blog explained the decision as “difficult”, however guaranteed the modification allows the company’s mobile phones and tablet pc’s to interact much better.
Research in Motion stocks dropped about 6% according to the news.
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San Francisco police accompanied the Apple Inc. employees and searched their homes, police said. This is because of the reports that an employee from Apple Inc. had lost an unreleased archetype of iPhone.
Four police officers went to Ingleside district home with the Apple employees after the company asked the assistance of police for searching the lost item, officer said. The search commenced after two Apple employees met with the resident from the Ingleside district home and did not turn up the item anymore, police added.
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