MS Office arrives in iOS devices – too late, too little

Microsoft took a long time to port the productivity suite, Microsoft Office to iOS devices. Microsoft ignored when the people most craved for the software and now when they have found alternatives (and get used to them), not many are excited by the Microsoft announcement. While watching the promo video (attached at the end of…

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iOS6 Evasi0n Jailbreak installed in 14 million iOS devices

In a month of it’s release, the iOS6 Evasi0n Jailbreak has been installed in 14 million iOS devices. That is twice the amount of devices it was installed in the first 4 days of its release. Unless jailbroken Apple decides on what can and can’t be done with the iOS devices. The increasing trend of…

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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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RIP Flash – Windows 8 dumped it too

It now is loud and clear – the days of Adobe Flash are over. Apple’s detest of this popular Adobe product has extended to its rival, Microsoft, that has removed support for Flash in the browser of it’s upcoming operating system, Windows 8. Flash, the most widely used browser plug-in of 2000s has started to…

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New multi-touch gesture in iOS 4.3 (video): end of home button?

One of the most interesting features in the new version of iOS, iOS4.3 for iPad features three- and four-fingers multi-touch gestures. Following video shows how applications can be closed and multi task pan can be opened by touch gestures: four or five fingers to pinch to the Home Screen; swipe up to reveal the multitasking…

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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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Apple’s iPad takes 95% of tablet market

According to a latest report, 95% of the 4.4 million tablets in total sold in the September quarter were Apple’s iPad. That was an increase of 26% in sales from the previous quarter. Android’s tablet share decreased from 2.9 percent to 2.3 percent in the same period. Apple has told that it has sold 4.19…

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Android gaining market share in expense of other mobile OS

ComScore published its quarterly mobile subscriber market share report that tracks total smart phone subscribers for the three months. The report says that 53.4 million US residents own smart phone. That was 11% increase from the previous quarter. In the report, among the top five platforms, only OS gaining the market share was Google’s Android….

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