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November, 2015

  • 10 November

    Google Changing Its Android One Strategy For The Emerging Markets

    Google’s Android One project was supposed to bring the vanilla experience to the masses along with regular updates, by targeting the entry level market. Android One came to developing countries in a bid to shore up smartphone adoption rates. A Solid Idea Held Back by Hardware Restrictions All didn’t go according to plan as what Google thought was an adequate price …

  • 10 November

    Android Marshmallow Reaches Just 0.3% of Users After a Month

    While no one now expects Android to create adoption records for new software launches, the Marshmallow update with just 0.3 percent market share after a month is still bound to raise a few eyebrows. It will also likely become the laughing stock at Apple’s next big event.  However, the picture doesn’t showcase the final standings as the update is still …

  • 8 November

    Google to follow in Apple’s footsteps again

    A new report from the information relays that Google is looking to take a page out of Apple’s operational playbook. According to Amir Efrati, Google has been eyeing the possibility of manufacturing chips based on their own in-house designs, similar to what Apple currently does with its series of Ax processors. The purported goal behind Google’s new strategic initiative is to help …

  • 5 November

    Snapchat Now Has The Legal Power To Use Or Distribute Its Users’ Photos

    Snapchat : Your Privacy is no longer on a secure line. Snapchat has become increasingly popular over the past few years thanks to its claims of secure photo and video messaging between individuals. The photo messaging platform has also remained in the news due to its fair share of controversies. The app enables its users to send timed messages which …

October, 2015

  • 24 October

    HTC One A9 Is An iPhone Clone Running Android 6.0

    There are few certainties in life and one among them is that Android manufacturers are getting restless. After getting Samsung’s Force Touch patent for the upcoming Galaxy S7, we get HTC’s latest upper mid-range handset. And if a picture speaks a thousand words the official images of the One A9 will speak a million. Best Of Both Worlds. Literally.   …

  • 1 October

    Huawei Launches its Flagship Mate S in Dubai

    Huawei had announced its newest flagship the Huawei Mate S at the IFA 2015 a few weeks ago and today it marked the launch of Huawei Mate S in Dubai for Middle Eastern, African and Asian markets. Huawei Said that Mate S will be sold with a price tag of $ 651.05   The all new Mate S is based on the large …

September, 2015

  • 30 September

    Hands-on impressions of the Pixel C, Google’s answer to the Surface and iPad Pro

    Google’s new tablet isn’t a Nexus, and it’s ready for serious work. But will that keyboard suffice? Following the footsteps of Apple and Microsoft, Google has jumped aboard the professional tablet market with its new Pixel C. However, it instead runs on Android, rather than Chromebook OS and is the first Pixel device to go this route. The Pixel C …

  • 22 September

    Addition of 5 New Features to Android Marshmallow 6.0

    Google’s next Android version is still in its developer preview state and due to be released sometime next month. Thankfully Google has revealed most of the information regarding the OS so we know what great things we can expect from Android Marshmallow 6.0. The next version brings a whole lot of changes, improvements and new features to look forward too. …

  • 20 September

    Here’s why you shouldn’t panic about the Android lock screen hack

    Google issued its first monthly Android security patch for Nexus devices a few days ago, and one of the items in the changelog was quite interesting. Google patched a lock screen bypass vulnerability that was present in Android 5.0and higher. That’s certainly a serious bug, and something that would be a real problem if it was out there unpatched. However …

  • 5 September

    Skype Overhauls Android and iOS Apps for Better Consistency

    In the era of Hangouts and FaceTime, a lot of people can forget that Skype is still kicking around. The latest development from the Microsoft-owned telecommunications application is a refinement and upgrade to its existing applications on portables. Rather than using its own Windows Phone-like software tweaks and controls, it has taken inspiration from the corresponding operating systems of iOS …