This article titled “Boot up: Apple tipped to sell 250m iPhone 5s, Google sinks m on books project, and more” was written by Josh Halliday and Charles Arthur, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 7th August 2012 05.30 UTC
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Horace Dediu estimates that Apple is likely to sell 250 million iPhone 5s.
Google has so far spent more than million on book scanning and, at the outset of the project, one of its stated goals was to keep web searchers away from Amazon. These are among the details set out in a new court filing by the Authors Guild, which is locked in a long-running case over the search giant’s decision to digitize libraries.
Outsiders brought into the fold in Apple-Samsung patent dispute.
The price of doing business.
Google working on a new version. Apparently.
Apple obviously did away with Google Maps in iOS 6, but another of the web giant’s biggest properties won’t be available as a default option, either. 9to5Mac noticed that the latest beta version of iOS 6 no longer includes the long-standard YouTube app, and Apple just told us that its license to include YouTube in iOS had expired.
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