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Samsung Promises Foldable Display On Smartphones In 2015

Samsung Promises Foldable Display On Smartphones In 2015

There are some innovations that take their sweet time making it to the market. Foldable display is one such technological advancement, but it appears that we are getting close. Getting close to seeing it in action in a finished product. What that might be is still to be decided, but Samsung seems confident that ...

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Amazon Fire TV Stick Now Shipping For Early Buyers

Amazon Fire TV Stick Now Shipping For Early Buyers

The retail giant seems to have a hit on its proverbial hands. The Amazon Fire TV Stick dongle recently launched, and those who jumped in early only had to pay $39 per unit. Since then the company has experienced a spark in demand for the Android powered device. So much so that the listing now shows that the Fire ...

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Lollipop Update Wrecks Video Playback On Nexus 7 (2013)

Lollipop Update Wrecks Video Playback On Nexus 7 (2013)

Google recently rolled out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for its Nexus 7 tablets, both the 2012 model and the 2013 one. A lot of users have already upgraded to the new version. However, for some, there isn’t much sweetness to be had. It appears that the refresh has brought alone some rather unexpected bugs for ...

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Intel Pulling The Plug On Android Tablet Subsidies In 2015

Intel Pulling The Plug On Android Tablet Subsidies In 2015

All good things must come to an end. For Intel, 2015 is going to be the year when it lets go of its ambitious plan to provide Android tablet makers with subsidies. The idea was to increase shipments of slates powered by its chips to 40 million units — increase them to the tune of a wholesome quadrupling from the ...

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Nokia N1 Tablet Unveiled, Runs Android 5.0 Lollipop

Nokia N1 Tablet Unveiled, Runs Android 5.0 Lollipop

After dabbing with the Android platform under the Microsoft umbrella, Nokia is aiming for reinvention. The company just launched the Nokia N1 tablet, which arrives with Android 5.0 Lollipop. It becomes the first Android tablet in its lineup. And it also becomes the second tablet to run this latest version of ...

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Samsung To Release 30% Fewer Smartphone Models In 2015

Samsung To Release 30% Fewer Smartphone Models In 2015

To be brutally honest, this figure ought to be 50%. Anyways, Samsung, perhaps the most prolific handset marker on the planet is up for a little change in strategy. In light of falling profits and declining revenue in the past few quarters, the South Korean company now aims to reduce the number of smartphone models ...

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This iMacwear Smartwatch Can Handle Phone Calls

This iMacwear Smartwatch Can Handle Phone Calls

What do you get when you mix a little bit of Apple, a lot of Android and package it in a wearable form factor? Well, the iMacwear smartwatch is a pretty good bet. Chinese companies love copying other products, particularly Apple products. This new kid on the block, however, even goes as far as to copy the ...

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Google Begins Android 5.0 Lollipop Rollout For Nexus Devices

Google Begins Android 5.0 Lollipop Rollout For Nexus Devices

Dessert, they say, is served. Google has finally initiated the Android 5.0 Lollipop rollout for Nexus devices, and the newest version of the company’s mobile OS is now available. Google initially planned to get things rolling on November 3. But that date came and went — without anything as a rollout for Nexus ...

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LG G3, The First Handset To Receive Android 5.0 Lollipop

LG G3, The First Handset To Receive Android 5.0 Lollipop

That’s how flagships should be treated! It looks like LG has beaten Motorola in the race to launch Android 5.0 Lollipop update. The LG G3 is set to become first smartphone to get the refresh. Surprising as it sounds, LG Mobile has officially announced that it would be rolling out the highly anticipated update to ...

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Microsoft Plays It Straight By Making Office For Android Free

Microsoft Plays It Straight By Making Office For Android Free

Microsoft delighted many (and ruffled a few feathers, I’m sure) earlier this week by unveiling the preview version and making Office for Android free for consumers. In fact, the company is now giving away the productivity suite on mobile devices, meaning iPad, iPhone and Android users will no longer be required to ...

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