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Analyst firm: Android app downloads to overtake iPhone this year

The volume of Android application downloads is set to overtake iPhone for the first time this year, predicted Ovum on Thursday. The analyst firm said Google's smartphone platform will take a significant lead in 2011, with the number of downloads worldwide reaching 8.1 billion compared to Apple's 6 billion. Ovum expects Android to dominate for the foreseeable future and forecasts that by 2016 the number of Android application downloads will be almost double those of Apple, at 21.8 billion and 11.6 billion respectively.

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Navigon launch new Navigon Flow software at IFA 2011

NAVIGON introduces the next generation of smartphone navigation apps for various platforms: map updates, similar to the “NAVIGON FreshMaps” concept and “NAVIGON MyMaps” are therewith available for the first time, allowing users to update their maps regularly according to their individual needs. By separating the application and the map, updates can be downloaded faster. A new operating concept makes navigation even easier and more intuitive.
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iPhone: iSpeech Obama and iSpeech Bush text to speech and speech recognition

This is a preview of iSpeech Obama and iSpeech Bush available soon on iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. The iSpeech SDK, which powers the apps, is free for mobile app developers. The SDK uses iSpeech's cloud-based text to speech (TTS) and speech recognition (ASR) APIs. The APIs are also open for non-mobile applications.

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Apple has partial success against Samsung in patent battle

A Dutch court Wednesday banned certain Dutch subsidiaries of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. from selling three of its smartphones in most of Europe saying they violate a patent of iPhone producer Apple Inc, forcing the South Korean handset maker to rework its logistics in Europe. The court, based in The Hague, ruled that Samsung and three of the company's Dutch subsidiaries violated Apple's patent on the scrolling method and the browsing gallery used in its smartphones Galaxy S, S II and Ace, but rejected all Apple's other claims against its South-Korean competitor, including violating registered designs, copyrights and style imitation.

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