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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 Hot Topics - 01 Jan, 2013
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This year was rich with tech news and events, some prompted surprise and some reflected an obvious outcome that many were expecting. We will present the tech year in review but with a twist, we decided that it’s not up to the journalists, blogs, and news portals to decide what was most and what was […]

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 […]

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Viber Media the VoIP company founded by American-Israeli entrepreneur Talmon Marco, that provide an application named Viber  for iOS, Android, BlackBerry OS,and Windows Phone  letting users make free phone calls and send free text messages to any other viber user (works on 3G/4G and WiFi networks), is going after the other Nokia phones – and Samsung. […]

in Hot Topics - 10 Aug, 2012
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Samsung Galaxy SIII which hit the market recently has been able to climb a huge number of steps in the ladder of success. It has been able to get the position of the hottest Android phone just in a month. Positive reviews poured in from both consumers and critics and which has boasted their sales […]

in Gadgets - 05 Aug, 2012
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The mobile phone service provider MetroPCS has partnered with Samsung to launch a new smartphone that allows users to watch live television. The mobile phone Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G debuted on Friday. It comes free with Dyle Mobile TV, a service that broadcasts live local television using the Metro 4G network.   The Dyle […]

in Hot Topics - 24 Jul, 2012
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In the recent patent trials between Apple and Samsung, Apple is pursuing more than $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung. The patent infringement trial is set to open on July 30 in San Jose, California. The court will deal with the claims of Samsung stealing Apple’s design and infringement of patents. Apple has accused Samsung […]

in Gadgets - 23 Jul, 2012
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Samsung predicted last month that their latest smartphone model Galaxy S III will reach the sales milestone of 10 million by the end of July. The handset manufacturer reported to have surpassed this figure, and it is not even the end of the month yet. At this rate, sales could hit 40 million by the […]