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Friday, 12 July 2013 16:46

WP8 applications for Nokia Lumia 1020


In the shadow of the presentation of the new Nokia's smartphone Lumia 1020 with 41 MP camera, presentation of several applications made specifically for the device, as well as Windows Phone 8 system also happened.

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Thursday, 11 July 2013 16:32

Google updated Google Maps


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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Saturday, 06 July 2013 19:39

Samsung Cronus LTE WP8 smartphone confirmed


So far we've heard some rumors that the Samsung should issue in the near future a new Windows Phone 8 smartphone that carries the code name Cronus, but the South Korean company has so far declined to comment on this matter.

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Friday, 05 July 2013 14:43

How Did Microsoft Get to Windows 8 Anyway?


Microsoft as a corporate entity has had an interesting life cycle. When Bill Gates was in charge the goal was to build systems and software that would interconnect and build the back bone for corporate and home networks. Interoperability was the key and the folks at Microsoft insisted on creating their products to work now and also support older programs (and in some cases hardware). This was vital for their target market; the enterprise. Bill Gates knew that if he build a solid back ground in companies, universities, schools etc then it would spread to the consumer market. The plan worked and continued to work simply because most people want a similar experience across their computing platforms (remember this point). The move was brilliant and Microsoft managed to get themselves very firmly entrenched in the market.

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Once upon a time Nokia was a giant in the industry. They towered over everyone even Apple and held the market with their own OS Symbian for a number of years.


Unfortunately as the rest of the world broke into Android and iOS Symbian was quickly forgotten even though it is one of the founders of the smartphone era. Nokia was also no slouch at developing hardware either. They are the holders of a large number of patents (their own inventions too). Still despite all of this Nokia could not hold onto the crown. After a few years trying to make Symbian more relevant they have dropped several rungs in the ladder and now are partnered up with Microsoft as the premier partner for their Windows Phone platform.

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Thursday, 06 June 2013 22:57

New Nokia WP smartphone with PureView camera

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New Nokia device codenamed EOS should be the first Windows Phone device with the PureView camera as the Model 808, but also with optical image stabilization as Lumia 920 has.The device should be equipped with,  for this category, physically huge sensor of very high resolution.

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If you have not heard of Jolla you are not alone and do not be too disappointed either. The company was founded by a few former Nokia employees that were not happy with the decision to tie the companies (Nokia’s) fate to Windows Phone. Instead they wanted to see if they could take the MeeGo OS and make it a reality and so they introduce SailFish. SailFish is an Android compatible OS that like many others is Linux based. The question is; is this new phone and Nokia inspired OS going to show us what could have been, or will it be just another phone in an Android Sea?

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Friday, 17 May 2013 21:06

Windows Phone surpassed BlackBerry


According to market research firm IDC, during the first three months of this year on a global scale 216.2 million "smart" mobile phones were delivered, which is 41.6% more than in the same period a year earlier.

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Google is not happy with Microsoft at the moment. It seems that Microsoft has done something rather foolish to the YouTube app for Windows Phone. Instead of following the normal restrictions that most other mobile players follow, they (Microsoft) have decided to let their users download videos from YouTube and to block ads completely during video playback.

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Sunday, 12 May 2013 11:08

145,000 apps for Windows Phone


According to many, one of the biggest downsides of the Windows Phonea is a lack of applications, but at Microsoft they are working on fixing this problem. They recently announced that the platform now has over 145,000 titles available.

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