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  • Skype and Facebook Cross IntegrationSkype and Facebook quickly rallied to fight back at the recent Google attempt to launch a social network, named Google+. The Google+ network quickly added a number of features that were not currently available for Facebook, but were reportedly already in development. One thing that Facebook has to take into account, is there large number of users from unlocked cell phone such as Motorola Atrix, Samsung Galaxy S II, so when they make a sweeping change like adding integration for video chat, they will not be able to roll it out as seamlessly as Google did with the Google+ platform. However quickly after the announcement was made that Google+ was going live for a small number of beta users, it has early become clear that they have some momentum that will has never had before and the social networking space, despite several other attempts to launch a viable social network.


    Skype and Facebook Cross Integration


    Now, Facebook has announced that they will have Skype integration with Facebook, as well as Facebook integration with Skype. This spares both Facebook and Microsoft in a partnership sending them directly against their competitor, Google. It will be interesting to see whether or not the Facebook video chat is as well received as the Google+ video chat has been so far. So far the reviews of the Google+ video chat service have been raving, and most users have seemed to think that their hangouts option is one that puts Google+ network ahead of other social networks that are currently out there. It has been for fear of Facebook that Google will launch a rival social network for quite some time, and it appears that this is their shot. They’re taking it now and are attempting to break what has become the world’s largest machine Facebook social network platform. Along with this they have also announced a plethora of other new updates to Facebook, including group chat, a way that will allow for users to chat with multiple people at once instead of just the one that had been allowed so far.


     


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  • Amazon Looking Toward September Launch for TabletAlthough Amazon is mostly known as an online retailing Co., they have made it clear that they are looking to get into the device business and in a big way.  It looks as if their upcoming Android tablet will be released at some point toward the end of the summer.  The online retail company is looking to sell more than 4 million units in total.  Estimates of stated that the company is looking to sell a total of 700,000 to 800,000 units per month, which would make it one of the largest tablet releases in the history of the industry.  The company also said that a hope that its products would be able to peek during the Christmas season, which is when technology devices typically sell the best.


     


    The devices, which are currently code-named Coyote, which references the dual core version of their upcoming release, and the Hollywood, which references the quad core version of their upcoming release will be released at some point this year.  Some have stated that the tablets are already in the manufacturing process, and that the company is looking for a release to come toward the end of summer.


    Amazon Looking Toward September Launch for Tablet


    Some of the companies that Amazon is rumored to be working with through the production of these tablets include Texas Instruments among other manufacturing companies that will help them to get a timely release for the upcoming tablet that is expected to compete directly with the iPad.  Along with this, Amazon will be launching a streaming movie service that will allow users to stream movie straight to their Amazon tablet, which should make the tablet all that much more popular with users.


     


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  • The all in analytical company, the Nielsen company, has announced that the usage of smart phone data has risen as much as 89% in the United States over the course of the first quarter of 2011.  The data consumed is rising at a very fast pace, and it appears that the largest users of data and the smart phone era or android users such as unlocked Xperia Arc, Samsung galaxy II, etc...  During the same period of time during 2010, the average smart phone user only used about 230 MB of data on their device.  However last quarter, the number went up significantly, about 89%, to as much as 435 MB of data over that same period of time.  The heaviest amounts of data that was used among the top 10% of all users of smart phones went from 1.8 GB during that quarter to 4.6 GB during that quarter.  Keep in mind, that these are the largest users of data in the smart phone era, and are not representative of all smart phone users.


    Smartphone Data Rises Significantly


    However, during the same amount of time the average cost to the user or per megabyte for smart phone data, dropped as much as 46% over that same period.  This shows that data is becoming progressively less expensive for most users, and shows that even though the amount of data that is being used is going up, it does appear to be getting cheaper.  The largest majority of users use very small amounts of data.  The largest amount of data was used by users in the 99th and 98th percentile, who used the bulk of the data that was gathered.  The cost of data per megabyte was $.14 in the first quarter of 2010.  This number dropped all the way down to eight cents per megabyte last quarter.



    It is interesting to see that android users are the largest users of data.  One would think that I phone users would be the largest users of data based on the number of people that own them.  Perhaps the low level of intrigue that makes the unlocked iPhone 4 so popular is one of the reasons why users do not use as much data.  Also, the fact that it is a closed interface could lead to more users using less data than Android users, which utilize an open interface.




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  • Google Gets Rid of Malware Posed as angry Birds AdditionsGoogle has been hard at work to get rid of the apps that have made it into their marketplace that contain malware for the Android operating system such as unlocked Samsung Galaxy II, Xperia Play from Sony Ericsson. This is the third time a batch of Android malware has been discovered and has essentially been labeled “Plankton.” Apparently the app had the ability to access a server for instructions on what the app should do next.


     


    This is a pretty stealthy was for these developers to get their malware into the Android marketplace. With all of the questions that have arisen in recent weeks as a result of all of the malware that has been found in the Android marketplace it is apparent that Google is doing everything in their power to root out the issues.



    Unlike previous apps, Plankton did not use holes in the security of the phone to attack the user, but instead called to instructions that were stored on another server to do its dirty work. They also chose to promote the app as an add on to Angry Birds, which is easily one of the most popular games in the history of mobile. It will certainly be interesting to see how these apps are packaged in the future to get an idea of what to avoid. The hackers also packaged the apps as Cheat Apps for Angry Birds, which helped the apps to spread much more quickly. Previous apps utilized trojan horses that infiltrate the phone such as LG Eve GW 620 unlocked, HTC Desire, etc.. and send text messages to numbers, driving up the cost for the user. Google continues to fight the malware attacks but it is clear that people are looking to exploit vulnerabilities in the operating system. It will be interesting to see how Google responds to these threats moving forward and whether or not they will be able to put an end to the uploading of illegal materials.




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