Technology – 13 December 2012

FCC proposes spectrum sharing, as mobile carriers give wary eye

Written by Cyrus Farivar, Published on ARS Technica

On Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission made good on its September promise to free up 100 MHz of spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band, mainly to be used for “small cell” sites.

Facebook Launches Personalized Year-in-Review Timelines

Written by Angela Moscaritolo, Published on PC Magazine

 With 2012 winding down, Facebook is helping users take a walk down memory lane and reminisce about the year that was.

New Flickr App for iPhone Goes After Instagram with Filters and New Features

Written by MARY GODFREY, Published on ABC News

Eighty-five million photo sharing users just got some new tools.

Today Yahoo released an update for its Flickr iPhone and iOS apps with several new features, including new ways to find and view photos, apply filters to photos, improved sharing capability and camera editing tools.

BlackBerry 10 L-Series fondle video sticks around for the duration

Written by Chris Burns, Published on Slash Gear

It’s not every day you get to see a smartphone that’s not meant to be on the market for weeks ahead of the showing, but that’s exactly what we’re seeing today courtesy of an intrepid leakster holding an L-Series BlackBerry 10 device clear as day.

Google Shuts Down China Shopping Search

Written by PAUL MOZUR, Published on WSJ

Google Inc. GOOG +0.10% shut down its modest China-based shopping search business on Wednesday, as it shifts from China’s online consumers to focus on advertising services for businesses.

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