Google releases first KitKat phone – Nexus 5

Google has released the Nexus 5, the new phone running the latest Android OS – KitKat. The phone packed with featured replaces Nexus 4. Hardware The Nexus 5 is built by LG, the company that built the last Nexus phone. The smartphone features a five-inch, 1080p HD screen. Powered by a 2.26 GHz Snapdragon processor….

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HTC and Apple settle out-of-court

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HTC to pay Apple $6 to $8 patent licensing fee Apple and rival smartphone maker have settled out-of-course and signed-in a 10-year agreement of licensing fee. All the lawsuits between Apple and HTC were withdrawn following the agreement. HTC will reportedly pay Apple a fee ranging from $6 to $8 per phone. After the agreement,…

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Apple’s CEO Tim Cook’s first year in office

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It has been one year (on August 24) Tim Cook was appointed the CEO of Apple to replace Steve Jobs. On August 24, 2011 Steve Jobs named Cook the new CEO as he resigned. The first year has been very successful for Tim Cook. Immediately after taking office, Apple’s revenue had continued to go in…

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Sex on the first date – may be an Android user!

An online survey by a match making website shows that while comparing iOS, Android and BlackBerry phone users, Android mobile phone users were found to have a higher chance of sex on the first date.  An internet surveys on 1,068 Canadian singles conducted from October 13 to 15 of 2011 was analyzed to come to…

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Does Kindle Fire’s popularity hurt Android?

A very interesting analysis about how the popularity of Kindle Fire can hurt the Android vision of Google. And the stronger the Kindle Fire is as a product, the more damage it will do to Google’s vision of Android. Google talks about openness and freedom but the real reason it began work on Android was…

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A smartphone in tablet war – dual screen smartphone from Sprint Nextel

Sprint Nextel Corp. has unveiled a dual screen Smartphone named, the Echo, manufactured by by Kyocera Corp. The two 3.5-inch touch screens can be stacked side-by-side to work like a tablet. The two screens can do multiple tasks and drag and drop items from one screen to another.With the dual screens open a 4.7 inch…

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Acer’s unveiled MS Windows and Android tablets, dual screen laptop, and a smartphone

The second largest computer manufacturer, Acer, might be one more tablet device player in the market to compete with Apple’s iPad. Acer is releasing Android based 7-inch and 10.1-inch tablets arriving to the store by next April. A 10.1-inch tablet running Microsoft Windows 7, with front- and rear-facing cameras, is expected to hit the store…

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Google Documents adds mobile editing for Android and iPhone

Google Documents had its mobile version for the last three years but, it was not truly mobile. The mobile version used to be read-only. In a latest announcement from Google, it is rolling out the updated version of Google Docs with edit support. The update will be rolled out in the next few days for…

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Barnes & Noble announced Nook Color

Barnes and Noble had always wanted it’s book reader to be colorful. The e-ink technology in its original device couldn’t display color. That was the reason they added an additional color display – a tiny one at the bottom. Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color, announced today, will go on sale in the US on Nov….

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Steve Jobs says No to a 7″ iPad

In the Apple’s Quarterly earnings call on Monday night (Oct. 18, 2010), Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, made a surprise appearance to tell that Google’s Android isn’t really an open platform. He also told that he thinks 7″ screen tablet is too small for a better computing experience. This is the answer to the latest rumor…

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