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Bing results to be customized, thanks to Facebook

From today all the users of Bing will be getting search results that are going to be customized. And this has been possible because of the help Facebook is providing with the help of its trusted circle.

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Exoskeleton Helps Paralyzed Berkeley Student

Austin Whitney would not have imagined himself on his foot at his graduation day four years ago but today he did it. Crippled in a car accident when he was driving intoxicated and hit a car, Austin was compelled to stay put in the wheel chair and disengaged his spinal cord right under his hip. Today, as his body is held with mechanical support and joints controlled by a computer, this young boy from South California walked up the stage gloriously.

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Apple, iPhone makes its entry for Guinness World Records book

Apple's App Store has become most popular apps marketplace in the world and has listed its name in the Guinness world record.

Apple was launched in the July 2008 and till now it has downloaded 10 billion apps were downloaded. In the year 2010 during the month of September the store hosted about 260,000 apps.

Moreover the App Store also has achieved an award for being the biggest virtual video game store. Many titles have been given to the stores like Beating Android, Xbox Live Indie Arcade, Steam and the Wii Virtual Console.

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Apple’s iPhone 5 to replicate the iPad in terms of the screen ratio

Followers are already anticipating that the fifth generation of iPhone by Apple will have a display of the measurements same as that of the iPads manufactured by the company apart from having its features like the camera and the flash module distant from the other.

While the current iPhone 4 has the LED flash on the right of the rear camera, the iPhone 5 is rumored to have the features farther from each other as the flash shifts more towards the right.

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Apple faces patent because of in-app payments

Apple's four developers are currently facing charges of patent infringement. This has been happening because of lawsuits that have arisen from the use of their in-app payment API.

Name of these developers are Matt Braun, of Toldeo, Ohio, Patrick McCarron of Chicago, Ill., and James Thomson of Glasgow Scotland. All of them have been receiving legal threats.

In writing on Twitter post, Thomson has written, "They seem to be effectively claiming the rights to in-app purchase, but going after me, not Apple”.

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