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Samsung Brings Two Exclusive Apps For Its Windows Phones

Samsung Brings Two Exclusive Apps For Its Windows Phones

Samsung has interesting Windows Phone OEM and has shown support for Microsoft and its mobile platform as they focus on their Android Devices. Samsung offering up two new exclusive apps which are only available for a particular manufacturer’s device. This are the MangaCamera and Paper Artist, which are also available now for Samsung’s Windows Phones.

By On August 1, 2013 Respond
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Quip — An Excellent Word Processor Meant For Mobile Devices

Quip — An Excellent Word Processor Meant For Mobile Devices

Word processors have been around for a long while now. However, they haven’t evolved sufficiently at pace with the recent explosive growth of mobile computing. Quip, a new word processor which has been developed specifically for mobile devices, aims to change this.

By On August 1, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Makes Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview Available

Microsoft Makes Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview Available

Microsoft has finally rolled out the Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview, making it available for download at the official site. Along side the release, the company has also detailed on the new features that the update packs.

By On July 31, 2013 1 Response
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Air Call-Accept Lets You Answer Calls By Waving Hand

Air Call-Accept Lets You Answer Calls By Waving Hand

When Samsung launched Galaxy S4, one of the defining features of the new handset was air call-accept. Air call-accept is the feature that allows you to answer a call on Galaxy S4 simply by waving your hand in front of the screen. Now, the same functionality is available for other Android handsets through an Air Call-Accept app.

By On July 27, 2013 Respond
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Make Money By Replacing Smartphone Home Screen With Ads

Make Money By Replacing Smartphone Home Screen With Ads

Most of us tend to check out our smartphones every few minutes. We do that to see if any update or message has popped up on the screen. But everytime we do so, we check the handset’s home screen. Locket is an app which replaces your home screen with ads and pays you for viewing these ads.

By On July 21, 2013 Respond
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Mozilla Unveils A Speedy Schedule For Firefox OS Releases

Mozilla Unveils A Speedy Schedule For Firefox OS Releases

Firefox OS has been one of the more recent entrants in the arena of mobile operating systems. However, Mozilla is really putting its back into the new mobile OS and has expressed plans of sticking to an aggressive release schedule which will result in feature releases on a quarterly basis.

By On July 21, 2013 Respond
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Chrome App Launcher Is Finally Available For Windows

Chrome App Launcher Is Finally Available For Windows

We’ve been waiting for Google to dish out a Chrome app launcher for Windows users. While the search giant hasn’t made any formal announcement to that end yet, it seems that the Chrome launcher for Windows has finally been released.

By On July 21, 2013 Respond
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Kernel Dev Engaged In Debate Over Mailing List Civility, Linus Sticks To His Guns

Kernel Dev Engaged In Debate Over Mailing List Civility, Linus Sticks To His Guns

Linus Torvalds has been rather notorious when it comes to the use of verbal abuse. The guy has said a lot of mean things to others in public forums. But this, he says, is simply because he is being honest and can’t drape in fake politeness. Intel developer, Sarah Sharp, has now instigated a debate about civility on the Linux Kernel Development Mailing List, and Torvalds is in the center of the talk.

By On July 17, 2013 Respond
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Paralyzed Artist Paint With Mind, Exhibition Running

Paralyzed Artist Paint With Mind, Exhibition Running

Heide Pfüetzner is a paralyzed woman and loves to paint. But her paralysis condition couldn’t stop her from painting. This artist can paint using an Intendix Painting software from biomedical engineering firm Gtec that lets her control digital brushes with brainwaves.

By On July 14, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Sheds Light On Upcoming Windows Phone 8 Update

Microsoft Sheds Light On Upcoming Windows Phone 8 Update

The upcoming Windows Phone 8 update is arriving in a few days. The company has published the details of the update, divulging the changes that it will bring to Windows Phone devices. However, from the looks of the details, the update wouldn’t include any major fixes.

By On July 13, 2013 Respond
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Mozilla Updates Firefox OS Simulator To Highlight More Features

Mozilla Updates Firefox OS Simulator To Highlight More Features

Mozilla has been trying to attract more developers to its Firefox OS platform. Since there are barely any real-world phones available running the platform, the company dished out a Firefox OS simulator to facilitate the developers. Now, Mozilla has released version 4 of the simulator, offering a peek at new features.

By On July 12, 2013 Respond
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Android 4.2.2 For The Galaxy Grand DUOS Leaked

Android 4.2.2 For The Galaxy Grand DUOS Leaked

Most users who have a Galaxy phone or Galaxy tablet released prior to the Galaxy S4, have been waiting eagerly for the official roll out of the Android 4.2.2 update. The good news is SamMobile has received an official test ROM based on Android 4.2.2 for the Galaxy Grand DUOS.

By On July 9, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Soon Bring Offline Dictation To iOS Devices

Apple May Soon Bring Offline Dictation To iOS Devices

Currently, if an iOS user wishes to have his voice-based dictation turned into text, he has to rely on the Dictation tool. This tool, in turn, relies on Apple’s cloud, requiring the user to be connected to the internet. Many hints in the code of iOS 7 betas now suggest that Apple may also make the tool available offline on iOS devices.

By On July 8, 2013 Respond
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Google Adds Microsoft Word/Excel Editing Support In Chrome OS

Google Adds Microsoft Word/Excel Editing Support In Chrome OS

Google has quietly rolled out a significant feature in its latest build of Chrome OS. The new feature essentially allows users to edit Microsoft Word and Excel files without any hassles. Interestingly, Google didn’t highlight or announce the new feature when releasing the new build.

By On June 30, 2013 Respond
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Rebooting Issues Resolved By BlackBerry 10.1 Update

Rebooting Issues Resolved By BlackBerry 10.1 Update

Although BlackBerry 10 handsets arrived after a lot of anticipation and wait, they failed to win a lot of hearts. The handsets have failed to gain a lot of traction, something which has worsened over reports that users started facing automatic reboot issues on BlackBerry Z10 handsets. However, a new update effectively resolves this issue.

By On June 29, 2013 Respond
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