A report suggesting that Google has bought mobile-music company from Canada called Pushlife.
Services from Pushlife it self allow the iTunes users to synchronize their music with the service which offered music platform that has a mobile network.
Google rumored to release funds amounting to USD25 million to buy Pushlife, which was founded by former employees of Research In Motion (RIM), Ray Reddy.
The main service offered by Pushlife is the ability to synchronize the non-Apple device with iTunes platform. In addition, Pushlife also offer services to mobile network for capable of allowing users to synchronize a music service with mobile network services.
Sony Computer Entertainment announced that they has lowered the retail price of the PlayStation Portable (PSP) 3000. PlayStation Portable 3000 previously sold for USD380, these devices are now selling for USD240.
This news comes after the reports that the PSP selling is still beat Nintendo 3DS in Japan, just two weeks after the device was launched.
Mighty Ape online retailers selling the PSP 3000 amounted to USD330 and game stores EB Games also has lowered the price to USD228.
The PlayStation Portable is a great demand portable gaming device in New Zealand, with sales now reaching more than 170 thousand units.
Biography books that discuss about Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, which is titled 'iSteve: The Book of Jobs' finally launched in early 2012.
Books 'iSteve: The Book of Jobs' written by Walter Isaacson, a renowned biographer, former CEO of CNN and the managing-editor of Time magazine. Isaacson in this book managed to get access to Apple, Steve Jobs himself, even to the Jobs family. Simon & Schuster will publish and distribute the book.
This book is four biography made by Isaacson, after the book "Kissinger: A Biography ',' Benjamin Franklin: An American Life ',' Einstein: His Life and Universe '.
"This book is a perfect match between the subjects with the author, about one of the greatest inventor in the world. Just like the previous books, Walter Isaacson uniquely successful to tell about Jobs," said Jonathan Karp of publisher Simon & Schuster.
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