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This article was published on August 31, 2012


TNW’s Daily Dose – Amazon’s Kindle Fire with Nokia maps and the lesser spotted Grooveshark

TNW’s Daily Dose – Amazon’s Kindle Fire with Nokia maps and the lesser spotted Grooveshark
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Amazon hooks up with Nokia for mapping, Apple loses patent case in Japan and Grooveshark comes back to Google Play, but only for 48 hours.

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