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HTC One X to hit AT&T stores on May 6; priced at $200

Taiwanese handset-maker HTC has officially announced that it much-awaited One X smartphone will hit the AT&T stores on May 6; with the pre-orders for the handset to begin from April 22.

Priced at $200, with a two-year service contract from AT&T, the HTC One X will be the first AT&T smartphone to be powered by the latest Android OS version - the Android 4.0 `Ice cream Sandwich.'

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'Stalker' app pulled after 'tool for rapists' outcry

The widespread outcry that the “Girls Around Me” mobile app is a ‘tool for rapists’ - as it facilitates users in stalking women nearby, with the help of location-based social networking service Foursquare – has prompted the removal of the contentious app from the iTunes app store.

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WSJ: Google 'mulling' online retail move

According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, Internet search giant Google is apparently coming up with a new online retail service that will directly compete with e-commerce biggie Amazon. com.

As per the details shared in the WSJ report, Google is in talks with bigwig US retailers - including Macy's, OfficeMax and Gap - for the online shopping service that the company is `mulling.'

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Google Maps 5.8 for Android Now

Google had released the update version for its MAP app v. 5.8 for android which now has more features like web 2.0

The new application has improved a great deal on the looks, now the app is photo oriented with the user now able to able to take photos for Google places. The new maps version will also have transport directions.

The user would have a handy guide of places around him. The app will provide you with information of the pubs, restraints, landmarks around you. The user will have the ability to upload picture from its current location and even rate the spot he is on.

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Apple is Giving Nintendo a Run for Its Money

Apple, most admired for its iPhones and iPads, is certainly giving its rivals a hard time out there. It has surged as a pain in the neck for almost all leading technology giants, including Google and Microsoft.

But its latest prey is the European Nintendo Corporation. Sales of Nintendo Co.'s most prominent and latest gaming device have plunged since its launch, the company announced Thursday, forcing the videogame giant to slit its profit predictions and scramble to intensely discount the gadget to stimulate the sales.

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