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Some source says Apple's iPhone 5 will be released in September.This means that consumers only need to wait one more month to see what Apple has planned for the future of smart phones. In the past few months, people have heard a lot about the next generation iPhone. Will iPhone 5 have bigger screen? Will iPhone 5 use NFC technology? Is there a new design? What are your expectations from iPhone 5?...

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Facebook shares plunge to new low as Zynga sees a raft of downgrades on a weak earnings report. Facebook shares for the first time fell below $20 per share on 2nd August. The lowest share price fell to $19.82, making a nearly $10 billion Facebook market value evaporation. Several other social networking stocks also suffered heavy losses, Zynga share price on Thursday fell to a new low of $2.70, its IPO price was $10; Groupon closed on Thursday at $6.38 per share its IPO price was $20. Is there a...

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Chrome has overtaken IE as the No.1 web browser since May 2012. Now, Chrome is continuing growing. At the same time, Firefox is also very stable although it has small drop in market share. However, IE seems in big trouble. Do you think IE is dying? Will Microsoft give up IE? Will IE come back after Microsoft releases IE10?...

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In April, when interviewed by Guardian, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said "very powerful forces that have lined up against the open internet on all sides and around the world.". Also, Steven Rosenbaum discussed the current situation of "Open web". In this discussion, many people think that "Open web" is currently in danger. In your opinion, Is "Open web" in danger? Who are threatening "Open web"? ...

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There has been an interesting debate going on over the past week or so that gets to the heart of one of the deep-seated conflicts within the web-startup community: namely, whether apps and services are better when they are free or when users pay for them. Dalton Caldwell, the founder of Imeem, kicked things off by saying he is going to try to create a for-pay version of Twitter, and others cheered him on by saying that an advertising-based approach makes a lot of services less appealing than the...

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The two organizations currently responsible for the development of HTML have decided on a degree of separation and this means that in the future there will be two versions of HTML5 - the snapshot and the living standard. Does this mean that we need to decide which version to use when we want to develop HTML5 apps? Do we need to mention which version we refer when we are talking about HTML5? Do we really need two HTML5 standards? ...

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Firefox OS is an open source operating system in development by Mozilla that aims to support HTML5 apps written using "open Web" technologies rather than platform-specific native APIs. The idea is essentially to have all user-accessible software running on the phone be a Web app that uses advanced HTML5 techniques and device APIs to access the phone's hardware directly via JavaScript. Firefox OS is set to hit the market in 2013 in Latin America and could be available in other places later. What ...

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Yahoo appoints its new CEO : Marissa Mayer. She is the 20th employee of Google. She is the first female engineer in Google. She is becoming one of the most prominent female leaders in business. She is Yahoo's fifth CEO in five years. Currently Yahoo is going through a tough time. What do you think Marissa Mayer will bring to Yahoo? Do you believe that the young CEO can get Yahoo out of trouble?...

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