Remains of the Day: AT&T Might Charge for FaceTime Over 3G [For What It’s Worth]

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Remains of the Day: ATT Might Charge for FaceTime Over 3GATT could possibly begin charging for 3G FaceTime in iOS 6, Dropbox updates with third-party folder sharing, Evernote for Android gets a tablet redesign, and Barnes Noble launches Nook for Web.

  • ATT Appears Set to Control and Charge for FaceTime Over Cellular in iOS 6 Just like how ATT charges users to utilize the iOS Personal Hotspot feature, it seems they’re ready to do the same with FaceTime over 3G. While using iOS 6 Beta 3, some ATT users were prompted to either call or go to ATT’s website to enable 3G FaceTime. [9to5Mac]
  • New Options for Shared Folders Dropbox updated today with a new folder-sharing feature. When users share a folder, they can now choose whether or not to let recipients invite other users. This also works with folders that are already being shared. [Dropbox Blog]
  • Evernote for Android Gets a Tablet Redesign, Swipe Navigation and More Evernote for Android updated today with a completely new interface that takes advantage of larger 7-inch screens, and there’s also new swipe gestures that make navigation much easier. [Evernote Blog]
  • Barnes Noble Introduces Nook for Web Barnes Noble launched Nook for Web today, a platform where users can read Nook books right from their web browsers. The company plans to compete head-on with Kindle’s Cloud Reader, Apple’s iBooks, and Kobo’s Instant Reader with the launch of this new service. [Business Wire]

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