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in Google - 04 May, 2015
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Google’s famous motto : “Don’t be evil”, is misunderstood!   In their book “How Google Works“, Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, an adviser to Larry Page,wrote:  “Don’t be evil” is mainly another way to empower employees… Googlers do regularly check their moral compass when making decisions.  citing the example of an engineer who, […]

in Google - 26 Feb, 2013
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The Google Samsung relation is probably one of the most complicated partnerships between any 2 tech companies, Google developed Android , a mobile Linux-based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices. Samsung is the mobile handset manufacturer that is taking advantage the most of the Android OS, 200 million + devices more than any […]

in Google - 06 Feb, 2013
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Microsoft strategies  VS. Google strategies   Some would argue that the last few years Microsoft was sleeping while Google was building an Empire, while the search giant was building or buying very important services, Microsoft was standing still. In reality the software giant have an entirely different approach, instead of buying startups with big potential […]

in Apple - 09 Jan, 2013
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Update 2: Reuters withdrew the story about Phil Schiller comments: so the rumors still stand. Update: Apple SVP of Worldwide marketing Phil Schiller denied Any plans to produce cheap iphones. “Despite the popularity of cheap smartphones, this will never be the future of Apple’s products.” our Article will be left intact below, the stat and […]

in Mobile - 23 Dec, 2012
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Google is planing to launch an iPhone competitor, the new mobile handset will be called xPhone, and it will be running on Android.   The new phone will be produced by the Motorola division, the search giant bought for $12.5 billion in may 2012, ( recently laid off roughly 20% of Motorola Mobility staff, and […]

in Microsoft - 08 Nov, 2012
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Rumors have been circulating about an Office for Smartphones for some time. But recently The Verge reported that Microsoft plans to release Office versions for iOS and Android in early 2013. The Microsoft office for mobile or Office Mobile will be in the form of free apps that will allow the iPhone users (first in […]

in Apple - 18 Oct, 2012
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Android lovers should be incredibly excited. It seems that invitations have gone out for an event hosted by Google in New York City on the 29th of October at 10am for an event of some description. All we know at the moment is that this event will be focused on the Android Operating System and […]

in Gadgets - 21 Sep, 2012
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We used to watch movies categorized as Science fiction, but a wave of technological advances and futuristic product conceptions is changing the Science fiction to science fact. It all started with the smart phones that are getting smarter and smarter, to a level that now users are able to ask the phones simple queries and […]

in Hot Topics - 18 Sep, 2012
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After Google blocked Acer – Alibaba Aliyun operated phone, Alibaba’s CTO Wang Jian, has spoken out against Google saying, “we see a different Google. The Google that used to fight for “Don’t be evil”, openness and free competition has changed,” this comes, just days after Google have forced Acer to abort it’s Alibaba Aliyun powered phone, […]

in Google - 15 Sep, 2012
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Recently several big tech companies have expressed interest in launching their own mobile operating systems, mostly based on open source code and Android.  Alibaba china major eCommerce site have even taken steps further in actually launching it’s own OS ” Aliyun“. All was good, till a major handset maker (Acer) agreed with Alibaba to launch a […]