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Sunday, 17 November 2013 20:25

Acer Chromebook for only $200

Acer has unveiled Chromebook which bears a mark C720-2848. It is a 11.6 inch notebook with a 1.4-GHz Intel Celeron processor based on the Haswell architecture.

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According to research by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners conducted in the first month of availability of the new iPhone in the US, most of the buyers were existing iPhone owners. However there was a growing number of those who have previously owned an Android device.

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Monday, 11 November 2013 20:18

Google Play on BlackBerry?

Google's store for Android applications might appear on BlackBerry OS 10.2.1. Information comes from the CrackBerry forums on which Google Play is displayed on the BlackBerry Z10 device.

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Wednesday, 06 November 2013 19:11

Google's smart watch on the horizon

The information that The Wall Street Journal got from informed sources in Asian factories are saying that Google will very soon introduce their very own smart watch.

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Sunday, 03 November 2013 17:40

Nexus 5 officially launched

After months of rumors, Google has finally officially unveiled the Nexus 5. The device has a 4.95 inch screen protected by Gorilla Glass 3, and it is produced by LG.

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Sunday, 03 November 2013 17:37

No KitKat for Galaxy Nexus

Two years have passed since the launch of the Galaxy Nexus. In the world of smartphones it is an eternity, and from Google that was officially confirmed.

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Sunday, 03 November 2013 17:33

Android on 81.3% of mobile phones

There is no longer any doubt - Google has conquered the market of mobile phones. According to the analysis of Strategy Analytics, Android in the third quarter held a record share of 81.3% globally. On an annual basis this represents an additional growth from 75 percent share, which means there was a total of 204.4 million Ansroid based devices shipped this year.

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The US Patent system is broken. The system has strayed very far from its original intent as a means to ensure that inventors were able to get a return on their work. Now a patent is something to be used to hinder the competition. Companies buy them up and stock them away in holding groups like an arsenal. It is no longer about real innovation and progress, but simply a way for large corporations to bargain and shape the market in the manner that they want. Many times we have seen a company buy up a stock of patents with the intention to attack another or even defend themselves.

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From this week, Google introduced a novelty on its social network Google+, which is on the other networks like Twitter or Facebook known for a long time. Specifically, (almost) all users will be able to choose your own unique URL that leads to their profile in the format

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Tuesday, 29 October 2013 18:54

Google spreads their servers

According to research by the University of Southern California, Google has in the past year has dramatically increased the number of locations around the world from which serves queries to its search engine.

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