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Sunday, 07 April 2013 13:09

Samsung achiveing great numbers

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We all knew that Samsung is doing great, but without some official financial information to back this up it's hard to tell exactly how great. According to the recently published estimates of performance in the first quarter of this year, Samsung has produced about 7.75 billion operating profit which is huge 45% more than in the same quarter last year.

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Monday, 11 March 2013 21:37

HTC did not infringe Nokia’s patents

htcHTC and Android in general emerged as the winners in a patent dispute in Germany, which was launched by Nokia against the company The court in Mannheim ruled that HTC did not violate Nokia's two disputed patents, marked EP0812120, which describes a technology called “Method for using services offered by a telecommunication network and telecommunication system, and a terminal for it”, and EP1312974 entitled “An electronic display Device and method of lighting control themselves.”

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Thursday, 28 February 2013 21:40

Photoshop for mobile devices


Photoshop is now available to users of mobile phones with Android or iOS operating systems. The new application name is Photoshop Touch, in relation to the version for tablet devices; the interface is changed, while the functionality remains pretty much the same.

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Wednesday, 20 February 2013 18:37

China leads the way in smartphones


It is expected that China will end this month with 246 million active "smart" mobile phones and tablets based on Android and iOS, while in the U.S. there will be around 230 million, according to the market research company Flurry. For comparison, in late January in the U.S. there was 222 million "smart" devices, while in China was 221 million, again according to Flurry.

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Monday, 17 December 2012 20:58

Tegra 4 coming soon


nVidia will officially present the next generation of Tegra SoC  for mobile devices at the upcoming CES in January next year. It is a Tegra 4 chip codenamed Wayne and SoC solutions codenamed Grey with integrated 3G and LTE modems intended for cheaper mobile devices in the middle market segment. The latter will have ARM Cortex-A9 cores in the 4+1 configuration similar to Tegra 3.

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Thursday, 13 December 2012 21:34

Flextronics buys Motorola's factories


Motorola Mobility sold off their factories for manufacturing mobile handsets in China and Brazil to Flextronics. Flextronics is headquartered in Singapore and is one of the world's major OEM manufacturers of electronics. Until now they have cooperated with Motorola Mobility. Back in May of 2012 Google bought Motorola Mobility for around $12.5 billion, and since then Google has been downsizing Motorola's operations.

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Monday, 10 December 2012 22:28

Virus records your phone calls on Android devices

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It is no longer a secret that along with the development of operating systems for smart phones, viruses, hacks and other malicious software for them is also developed. We could almost say that the viruses from the computer are moving to mobiles. One of the latest pieces of malicious software that was detected by specialists from CA Technologies is a Trojan horse that is able to record all your phone calls and store them on hacker’s servers.

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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 20:47

Facebook interested in WhatsApp


Facebook is negotiating over the purchase of the company behind the  IM application WhatsApp. Details of the agreement are not known so far, but it is known that Facebook sees this mobile technology as the "next big thing". The rise of smartphones certainly was the best possible thing for applications like WhatsApp and Viber due to increasing pularity of mobile internet.

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Wednesday, 24 October 2012 21:46

Apps: Apple vs Android who really is in the lead?


Who has the most apps? The best apps? Does Apple or Android make more money from their apps? Who has more developers? Which platform offers more free apps? Hardware aside, these are all all important issues to consider when purchasing a new phone. After all, phones are now a versatile mobile computing platform that can hardly be referred to as just a “phone” any longer.

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84The explosion of the smart phone tied to the sudden need for people to post where they are and what they are doing every minute of the day has led to some rather interesting consequences. We all have heard the numerous reports of applications that are taking your personal data right off of your phone and then either selling it or using it to push their own applications… which reminds us… what ever happened to all those congressional requests and demands? Anyway getting back to the point we have even heard how one application (now pulled from distribution) used public Facebook profiles combined with check-ins on the Facebook game Four Square to allow almost anyone to stalk nearby women.

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