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Thursday, 11 July 2013 16:32

Google updated Google Maps

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Google has officially unveiled the new Google Maps for devices with the Android operating system. The user interface has undergone a complete redesign and now looks a lot cleare. They also removed well known sidebar, which allows you to view map over the full screen. New version of the application has improved navigation and like Waze points to incidents in traffic, and will also inform you if a better route to the destination becomes available.

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Wednesday, 10 July 2013 20:54

Jelly Bean usage has surpassed Gingerbread

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Google's latest operating system for mobile devices, Android Jelly Bean, has finally surpassed Gingerbread and has become the most common version of Android. According to data published by Google, Jelly Bean now holds approximately 37.9% of the share among all Android versions, while the share of Gingerbread is 34.1%.

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Saturday, 06 July 2013 19:31

20 million Samsung Galaxy S4 units delivered

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Samsung has delivered over 20 million units of their most advanced smartphone, Galaxy S4, the company confirmed for the Korean newspapers. The result is better than S3 managed to achieve, but the official confirmation of the information is still awaited.

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Saturday, 29 June 2013 21:08

Google's Android gaming console

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Although several manufacturers already use Android on their game consoles, Google still has not presented their own solution. However, according to the Wall Street Journal, it may soon happen.

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Thursday, 27 June 2013 19:25

Ouya investors facing shipping delay

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Ouya, handheld console based on Android has it's name written in the history books as one of the most successful projects in the history of Kickstarter, with massive funding they managed to raise more than $8.5 million USD.

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Friday, 21 June 2013 16:00

Impressive HTC Butterfly S

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HTC has introduced a 5-inch smartphone called Butterfly S with very impressive specifications. The device is based on the quad-core Snapdragon 600 with 1.9 GHz clock speed (higher clock speed than the HTC One) and 2 GB of RAM, while superior components follow through the rest of the smartphone.

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Sunday, 16 June 2013 21:47

AMD in Android devices

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Lately, both at Computex, and at E3, AMD demonstrated its efforts to fully dominate the ICT market, especially in terms of hardware designed for gaming computers and consoles. But at yesterday's India Techno Graffiti event they revealed another one of their activities on which we have already heard a lot of rumors, and now is confirmed.

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Tuesday, 11 June 2013 19:02

Samsung Galaxy Note III in September

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Samsung Galaxy Note is a device that has achieved unexpected success. This device with a large screen has recorded very good sales, while about his popularity numerous rumors and leaks of information and photos are speaking for themselves.

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Apple has been having a rough time during the first few months of 2013. So far they have been taken to court over their eBook pricing efforts, their tax plans and have even had some older models of their iPhone and iPad banned from import into the US. This all happened to a company that was set to hit $1,000 a share in the latter half of 2012. Sadly for Apple many things have changed since then including their campaign to stomp out competition through the use of patents instead of innovation. Apple’s image and mythology has taken a huge blow while rival companies like Samsung, LG and even HTC and Motorola are working to push new technologies into their products (even if they might not make sense).

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The press, in general, has an exceptionally short memory and at times many technical reporters cannot put two and two together to save their lives. This appears to be the case with some of the reports on AMD’s “new” plans to enter the Android market at full speed. The problem with these reports is that they keep forgetting time-lines, history and only seem able to report what is handed to them in a briefing or press release. Some of them seem to think that AMD was struggling to get back into game consoles and that AMD’s interest in Android is something new; neither of these are true.

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