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Friday, 29 November 2013 19:20

Samsung invest $14 billion in marketing

One of the factors that has brought Samsung to where it is today, is without a doubt marketing, and Korean manufacturer has spent quite the amount on it.

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Thursday, 21 November 2013 21:18

Nokia's workers protesting against Microsoft

After the Nokia's shareholders on Tuesday approved a take over of Nokia's department in charge of mobile phones by Microsoft, Nokia's factory workers in China, about 5,000 of them, have begun to protest against the agreement.

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Saturday, 09 November 2013 21:04

Lenovo marks an increase in both sales and revenues

Lenovo has released a report for the third quarter of 2013 which states that the company has profited thanks to the increasing demand for smart phones and tablets. Their sales in this segment have almost doubled.

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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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Monday, 28 October 2013 20:12

Android KitKat to focus on TV support

According to the Korean newspaper ETNews, a new version of the operating system Android will be more focused on options for television than for smart mobile phones, so it may not bring such a huge update for smartphones as many of users are expecting.

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After Facebook recently acquired a company Onavo whose patents should accelerate and optimize applications for mobile platforms, Google for $16.9 million bought the French company FlexyCore, author of the DroidBooster applications, which improves the speed of execution of Android applications without increasing power consumption.

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One thing that the mobile market brought with it is a need for power. While it is true that the battery life of our mobile devices has increased it is still not where many would like it. There are a number of reasons for this, but most revolve around the fact that as you use your device the components need more power (obviously). While Intel, AMD and the various ARM manufacturers argue about who is more power efficient most of us still long for the day when our mobile devices can last much longer than they do now. One of the more common solutions to this is the portable battery. We have taken a look at t a few of these before and now have another one in the lab. This time we have the RAVPOWER RP-PB04 10000mAh battery pack so let’s see if it can keep our devices powered.

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Sunday, 06 October 2013 13:30

HTC marks losses for the first time since 2002.

Ever since the company became public in 2002, HTC recorded only positive business results. This week they announced a new quarterly report covering the third quarter of this year, in which HTC for the first time reported losses, which amount to 100 million dollars.

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Monday, 30 September 2013 20:11

Commander 3D tablet coming soon


Sungame has managed to create a 3D tablet for which you do not need special glasses to view the 3D content thanks to a special kind of lens. [Similar to the Evo 3D by HTC- Ed]

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Thursday, 26 September 2013 21:44

Meet the Revamped Kindle Fire family

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Amazon has officially unveiled three new models of their tablet, 7- inch Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX 7 and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. All models have a new design for 2013, and prices vary from $139 for a basic 7-inch Kindlea Fire HD model with 8 GB of memory and support for WiFi , up to $ 579 for the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 with 64 GB of memory and support for LTE mobile network.

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