TNW’s Daily Dose: Apple’s iPad Mini, Zynga layoffs and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: Apple’s iPad Mini, Zynga layoffs and more

Apple thrills its audience with the launch of the iPad Mini, Zynga lays off staff in Austin and Google does a little house keeping. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  •  Tim Cook: As of two weeks ago, Apple has sold 100M iPads in just 2.5 years. Read more
  • Apple’s new 7.9″ iPad mini: A5 chip, LTE, 1024×768 display, 10hr battery, 16GB for $329 Read more 
  • Apple announces new iBooks with continuous scrolling, better iCloud and sharing, says 400M iBooks downloaded. Read more 
  • Zynga just laid off 100  employees in its Austin office during the Apple event, closes down its TheVille game. Read more 
  • Google News gets click-to-expand clusters, sidebars of photos and videos and an updated Techmeme-like layout. Read more 
  • Google Drive apps renamed ‘Docs, Sheets and Slides’, now available in the Chrome Web Store. Read more


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