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LinkedIn buys Pulse newsreader, no changes planned yet

Pulse’s 30 million users can breathe a collective sigh of relief--LinkedIn bought the newsreader for $90 million, but its existing services will stay the same.

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Dungeon Hunter 4 and the trouble with the free-to-play fun tax

Microtransactions are here to stay, but what's the appropriate amount of nickel-and-diming?

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Line's e-manga service

Chat app takes on e-book retailers, Amazon with manga comics service

Line, the popular messaging platform based in Japan, is challenging e-book vendors like Amazon and Rakuten with a new service to download and view manga, or Japanese comic books.

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SkyDrive decision reveals Microsoft's strategy for Office on iOS

Microsoft has no intention of sharing revenue with Apple, and is likely to tie Office on the iPad to its subscription plans, according to an analyst.

What I’m Playing: On magic, mechanics, and musical hotel management

Hotels with a beat, mafiosos to beat, and wizards who can’t help beating each other.

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PCWorld Digital Magazine Enhanced iPad Edition now available to subscribers for free

You can enjoy PCWorld in convenient digital form with our enhanced iPad edition of the print magazine—at no charge.

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SlideShark broadcasts slideshows from your phone or tablet to the Web

No longer limited to just those people in the room with you, this iOS app now shares your slide decks with the world.

ABC may offer live streaming apps, but not for cord cutters

The network already offer on-demand access, but adding live streaming of shows in progress adds a new dimension to the mix.

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MessageMe attracts a million worldwide users in its first week

The hot messaging startup allows you to add "doodles" to messages, as well as pull images from Google, music from iTunes, and videos from YouTube.

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App Spotlight: Scan business cards straight to your Salesforce account

Newly updated Business Card Reader for iOS can export scanned cards to your Salesforce CRM database.