Daily Digest:Israeli Military Live Tweets War, FB launches share button for mobile feeds [Expect more cat videos]
Today’s tech news from around the world: Google runs into tax trouble in India. Mobile sales declines 3 % in Q3. Facebook launches share button for mobile feeds and India is #2 in trying to censor the web.
Google runs into tax trouble in India, fined $14.5mn: The income tax department has fined Google for alleged tax evasion.
Worlwide mobile sales declines 3% to 428 million units in Q3: Nokia’s Asha props up sales. The Finnish phonemaker has hopes pinned on Lumia.
Groupon has promoted its Vice President Kal Raman to the position of Chief Operating Officer: The position was vacant since September 2011.
Facebook launches share button for mobile feeds, its retweet equivalent: Yay! More cat videos.
India climbs to #2 position in Google Transparency Report: India is now one of the countries sending the highest number of censorship requests.Israeli Military Live Tweets War: The Israeli Defense Forces on Twitter is live tweeting its offensive on Gaza militants.
PayPal Tests QR Codes In Shop Windows: Mobile Check-Ins At Stores For Personalized Service.
Texas Instruments to cut 1700 jobs. To shut tablet chip division.
Facebook Inc.had its second-largest gain since going public as investors — undeterred by a surge in the number of tradeable shares today — bet on the company’s potential to boost advertising revenue.
Russia’s Hacked Media Sites Fight Back: Targeted by Politically Motivated Cyber Warfare, News Sites Use Software to Thwart Attacks.
Cisco Systems Inc. posted an 18% profit jump and a 5.5% revenue increase for its fiscal first quarter, but showed some weakness in its core networking business that was partly caused by the tough economy in Europe.