Fahmida Y. Rashid

Fahmida Y. Rashid

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Intel unveils AppUp online app store

Intel has officially launched its own app store called AppUp center that will work with Intel based Windows PCs.

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Microsoft overlooks four Stuxnet zero-day bugs in Patch Tuesday

Windows released a Patch for vulnerabilities but failed to catch them all and appears to still be vulnerable to attacks from Stuxnet worm exploits.

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Google teases social networking plans

Instead of a giant Facebook-killer everyone expected, Google will be taking a more incremental approach to social networking, the company’s CEO revealed.

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Twitter grows up, gets a multimedia makeover

Even if you use third-party apps like Seismic or TweetDeck, with Twitter’s new multimedia-heavy design might have you visiting Twitter.com more often.

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Nokia is back, with new Symbian^3 smartphones

Despite executives leaving the company in droves, Nokia set a defiant tone at Nokia World while announcing new products: Nokia is back.

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Bing overtakes Yahoo for No. 2 in search

Move over Yahoo, Bing is No. 2 according to Nielsen's numbers and is aggressively growing.

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Czech privacy watchdog blocks Google Street View

In a setback to Google, the Street View cars are stalled in the Czech Republic.

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Consumer Reports still says no to the iPhone 4

Apple would like to move on and forget about Antennagate, but US consumer watchdog Consumer Reports is not ready to.

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Report: smartphone owners willing to pay for apps

Surprise! People are willing to pay for apps according to a report from Nielsen.

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Wal-Mart launches low-cost wireless plan; data still pricey

Crowding the already confusing array of wireless plans available, Wal-Mart has unveiled a low-cost wireless plan for its customers.

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Adobe Flash under fire with another zero-day exploit

Adobe can’t catch a break. First Reader, now Flash, is under attack.

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Apple to launch Wi-Fi iPad in China Friday

Apple is moving fast to get the iPad into the world’s most populous country on Friday, only months after the U.S. debut.

Apple

Live on YouTube brings live video streaming to masses

YouTube returns to live programming with celebrity and lifestyle programming over two days on Live on YouTube.

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For sale: GoDaddy, asking $1 billion or best offer

GoDaddy, the web host known for its racy Super Bowl commercials, is on the chopping block. Expected price? $1 billion dollars.

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Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia’s smartphones guru, resigns

What’s going on over at Nokia? Anssi Vanjoki, the man who was going to make the phone giant relevant again, is gone.

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