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This article was published on July 12, 2011


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    Google Offers rolls out to two important markets – New York and San Francisco, HTC and Apple’s legal spat gets more complicated, Twitter development is booming, and we finally get an idea of what Google’s Photovine is. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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    Google rolls out Offers to New York and San Francisco, updates Shopper Android app http://tnw.to/19wIA
    HTC “disappointed” at Apple’s ITC complaint, denies all patent claims http://tnw.to/19wBW
    Twitter announces 1 million registered apps, introduces developer site http://tnw.co/qLVJni
    Google’s mysterious Photovine website is live, and it looks like a social photo-sharing site http://tnw.to/19w4p

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