October 2012

Now Google Play Too Has More Than 0.7 Million Apps

Google said that now Google Play too has more than 0.7 million apps for Android-powered smartphones and tablets. That means one thing—Google has matched Apple in the number of apps. It is challenging that it’ll soon lead….

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Here comes Microsoft’s Tablet – Surface

Last Friday, Microsoft’s Surface went on sale. The Windows-RT powered tab has excited most of the early adopters. The RT model runs on ARM processor which is mostly used in mobile devices. With this processor the RT….

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Finally, Apple unveiled iPad Mini

After tons of rumors, Apple finally unveiled iPad min on Wednesday this week. It’s a fresh series of Apple devices with separate existence, and of course for a separate user-group. The new iPad mini is 23 percent….

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OMG! 185 Million Android Powered Devices Are at Risk

Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany, and Philipps University of Marburg, Germany have released a report revealing that Android apps have staked the private information of as many as 185 million users. Their personal data or information is….

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Hey Android developers in India, you too can sell paid apps now!

Hey Indian Android developers, here is good news for you! Now you too can submit paid apps on Google Play App store. Finally, Google has announced that Indian Android application developers can now publish their paid apps….

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Samsung to Update Jelly Bean to U.S. Galaxy S III, No Announcement for the Date

Samsung has announced that US variant of the Galaxy S III will soon get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. However, it hasn’t revealed the date as it said update will arrive “in the coming months”. It may….

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The Best Apps for the First-time London Visitors

What are the common difficulties when you visit a new city? You may lose ways, require sustenance, want inspiration or need an idea to explore places. In case you are visiting London and have a smartphone, you….

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Can there be a rivalry between iPad and Windows y tablets?

We will soon see a tough fight between iPad and Windows 8 tablets. There may be a competition between both to carve their niches in the global market, and of course one will win, and other has….

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The absence of iPhone’s NFC may hurt banks

Technologies don’t easily carve their place among people. They take time. Credit card and debit card payment technologies, for example, took almost two decades to become globally ubiquitous. They became popular because banks wanted to make them….

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Will Google’s Android fall without Samsung?

Who is behind the grand success of the Google Android OS? Is it Google itself, or the credit should go to other parties, e.g. Samsung? Many believe Samsung is the real force driving Android towards success. Is….

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