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Apple's Ultimate Mobile Dominance Is In Usage, Not Units

Despite Android's growth, the mobile web is still largely composed of Apple's users

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RealBeat for iPhone and iPad

RealBeat is a mobile app for iPhone that lets you record sounds in your evironment and mix them to create music. Designed by independent developer Joerg Piringer, the app lets you record, cut, loop, and sequence sounds. 

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Until the Department of Justice made its move today, it was hard to imagine any competition policy ever getting traction in D.C.

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Infographic: Apple vs. Android in China's Mobile Ad Market

Eighty percent of mobile ad impressions in China come from 10 regions, with the top five covering the most prosperous areas

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The San Francisco transit agency is struggling to cope with the repercussions of shutting down cell-phone networks in response to protests

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