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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 21:36

Nokia to invest in the automotive industry

After the sale of cell phone department to Microsoft, Nokia intends to invest in other technologies. Investment fund Nokia Growth Partners announced at a conference of the Global Mobile Internet Conference that they plan to invest $100 million in the automotive industry.

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Monday, 05 May 2014 11:51

Motorola to launch the Moto G successor

In the Motorola's event that will take place on May 13 a new entry-level smartphone Moto E will be launched. This will be the successor of popular Moto G device that appeared last year.

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Pictures that have allegedly leaked due to carelessness of manufacturers of robust protective masks are supposedly showing the next LG's flagship smartphone, LG G3. The official presentation of the device is announced for the end of this month, and according to the existing information, the G3 will try to stand out primarily with large screen.

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 15:16

Rajeev Suri to take Elop's place

After last week merging of Nokia Devices and Services department to Microsoft was finished, and former CEO Stephen Elop departure from company, Chief Executive Officer place remained vacant. Now the Finnish company announced that they have appointed the current Executive Director of division for Solutions and Nokia Networks, a 46 -year-old Rajeev Suri as their new CEO.

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The company OnePlus about which we wrote last week because of their first smartphone One, is not really "all-new" company everyone believed. The story around OnePlus begins in 2013, when Vice President of the Oppo (which also produces mobile phones) Pete Lau went from that position and founded a start-up OnePlus. Not even half a year after that OnePlus comes to market with a high end performance mobile at a very attractive price, and announces it as the best mobile phone in the world.

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Monday, 28 April 2014 12:09

Microsoft has officially taken over Nokia

As it was announced a few months ago, Nokia's takeover deal of Devices and Services department by Microsoft has officially ended. According to the original agreement all the paperwork was to be completed during the first quarter, but regulators in individual countries with their subsequent decisions pushed the completion of this work to April.

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Monday, 28 April 2014 12:02

Facebook buys up mobile application Moves

Facebook went shopping once again. After the $20 billion spent on WhatsApp and Instagram, to name just a bigger acquisitions, another mobile application - Moves, will be assimilated.

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Monday, 28 April 2014 06:54

Lenovo pushes the ThinkPad 10 out the door

Lenovo shortly before the official launch on its website published details of upcoming 10 inch tablet from the ThinkPad line. Tablet will join the acclaimed ThinkPad 8. ThinkPad 10 will have a 1.6-GHz Atom processor, will be equipped with a maximum of 4 GB of RAM, and the screen will have a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.

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Users who have installed Windows Phone 8.1 Developer Preview version of the operating system on their smartphones noted that Microsoft entered the age restrictions for use of a personal assistant, Cortana. If you login to your Windows Phone smartphone with an account from which it is clear that you are under 13, Microsoft's personal assistant Cortana will be unavailable and a message will appear "I'm sorry, you'll need to be a bit older before I can help you."

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The first buyers of the Samsung Galaxy S5 are reportedly encountering problems with defective cameras. The problem was for a number of customers confirmed by the manufacturer.

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