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Microsoft Wins Ban On Motorola Android Devices In US

Microsoft Wins Ban On Motorola Android Devices In US

While Motorola holds some very lucrative patents for the tech industry, it is still not immune to allegations of patent infringement itself. Now, Microsoft has been able to score a victory against Motorola over alleged patent infringement in some of its devices. As a result, ITC has banned the devices in question from entering U.S.

By On May 20, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone Outselling iPhone In China, Lags Far Behind Android

Windows Phone Outselling iPhone In China, Lags Far Behind Android

According to Microsoft executives, Windows Phone has gained traction in the Chinese market over iPhone. After just two months of launch in the Chinese market, Windows Phone has acquired 7% of the market. This is a tad higher than the 6% market share hold by iPhone.

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[Tutorial] How To Install The Android SDK On Eclipse

[Tutorial] How To Install The Android SDK On Eclipse

SDK stands for “Software Development Kit” which is a set of tools that allow us to develop our Android applications. In this tutorial I will show you how to install Android SDK under Eclipse development environment on your Windows computer.

By On May 19, 2012 1 Response
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Netgear Introduced IEEE802.11ac Compatible R6300 Router And A6200 USB Adapter

Netgear Introduced IEEE802.11ac Compatible R6300 Router And A6200 USB Adapter

Netgear has introduced a R6300 WiFi router and an A6200 USB adapter to 802.11ac product line for Next-Generation Wi-Fi. The company claims that the R6300 Wi-Fi Router is the industry’s first 802.11ac router. The R6300 Wi-Fi Router supports combined Wi-Fi speeds up to 1750 Mbps. The A6200 Wi-Fi adapter is a first-to-market 802.11ac dual band Wi-Fi USB adapter. By using it, a consumer can easily upgrade their existing wireless networks to 802.11ac performance. The NETGEAR R6300 WiFi Router is priced at $199.99 which will be available in May 2012 and the NETGEAR A6200 WiFi adapter is priced at $69.99, it will be available in the third quarter of 2012.

By On May 18, 2012 Respond
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Twitter Officially Announces Support For ‘Do Not Track’ Feature

Twitter Officially Announces Support For ‘Do Not Track’ Feature

With the massive explosion of social media, users have been increasingly concerned about their privacy online. One of the chief issues in this regard has been the ability of certain websites to track the users. A new feature ‘Do Not Track’ has been gaining traction in the tech world recently, which allows the users to opt-out of such tracking. Twitter has now announced support for this feature.

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Windows Phone 8 OS May Launch In Late 2012

Windows Phone 8 OS May Launch In Late 2012

Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform is slowly gaining traction on the shoulders of Nokia’s Lumia smartphones. And both Nokia and Microsoft seem committed to make it a success. To this end, Microsoft has been working on the next iteration of its mobile operating system, Windows Phone. Now, an Israeli publication has claimed that it will launch this next version by the end of 2012.

By On May 18, 2012 Respond
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Department of Defense Funds The Development of Web Applications To Fight Maritime Piracy

Department of Defense Funds The Development of Web Applications To Fight Maritime Piracy

The US Navy has taken initiatives to fund a project to develop web applications to cut down maritime piracy. The web applications are aimed to help multinational navy forces, responsible for policing the oceans, combat piracy in a better way. The project would be funded through the Office of Naval Research (ONR) of USA. A grant amounting $1 million has been sanctioned already.

By On May 17, 2012 Respond
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Kodak Introduces ESP 3.2 Cloud Friendly Budget Multifunction Printer

Kodak Introduces ESP 3.2 Cloud Friendly Budget Multifunction Printer

Kodak has added a new all-in-one printer, ESP 3.2, in their budget multifunction printer line up. The ESP 3.2 multifunction printer delivers print, copy and scan functionality in a compact frame. This printer gives touch screen access to a 2.4-inch color display that can also make light photo edits. ESP 3.2 also features Wi-Fi connected cloud services, i.e. you can now connect to the printer from your smartphone or tablet over Wi-Fi.

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Fujitsu’s Arrows Z ISW13F Introduced By KDDI

Fujitsu’s Arrows Z ISW13F Introduced By KDDI

Recently KDDI has revealed the new Fujitsu Arrows Z ISW13F smartphone details. From Las Vegas to Barcelona, everybody have waited to see Fujitsu’s quad-core Tegra 3 smartphone and finally it has been shown on in Tokyo at AU’s summer launch event. The phone is a quintessential champion of connectivity and supports CDMA, GSM / GPRS and UMTS, even WiMAX.

By On May 16, 2012 Respond
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Facebook Acquires Lightbox, Hires The Entire Team

Facebook Acquires Lightbox, Hires The Entire Team

Just days ago, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced at an event that Facebook’s focus, in the coming days, will be on the mobile platform. To this end, Facebook acquired Instagram a while ago. And now, Facebook has made yet another acquisition which goes on to show that the social network is serious about the mobile platform.

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[Review] Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

[Review] Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

Samsung has started shipping its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet from 13 May. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 contests directly with Apple iPad . From the entry-level iPad, it is almost $100 cheaper. The $399.99 tablet is now center of interest for tablet buyers. Its special design will improve your entertainment on the road and at home. Through Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, you can watch thousand of movies music and TV shows. Its Smart Remote and built-in IR Blaster also gives you an option to control your TV from your tablet.

By On May 14, 2012 Respond
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Wacom’s Half-Stylus Half-Pen Duo For Tablets And Paper

Wacom’s Half-Stylus Half-Pen Duo For Tablets And Paper

Wacom has launched a half pen, half stylus ‘duo’ for the paper and for tablets. The stylus, branded Bamboo Stylus duo, is the best tool for writing, drawing or doodling in both a digital and analogue world. The stylus is very smooth for writing on paper as well as on tablets.

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Iranian Organizations Forbidden From Responding To Messages From Foreign Email Services

Iranian Organizations Forbidden From Responding To Messages From Foreign Email Services

Iran has been increasingly isolating itself in the realm of internet. It has been closing itself from the rest of the world and trying to become self-dependent in all things, from web hosting to emailing services. We earlier reported that Iran was planning to launch an ‘internet’ of its own and apparently, the regime is now going forward with the notion.

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Spokesman For Team Poison Arrested By E-Crime Officers

Spokesman For Team Poison Arrested By E-Crime Officers

Online hacktivism is a gaining trend and scores of young fellows, specifically teenage boys, have taken a liking to it and are becoming a part of it. With hacktivist outfits having hacked a lot of websites and revealed leaks of personal and official data, governments around the world are taken their activities a lot more seriously.

By On May 14, 2012 Respond
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Baidu Gears Up For A New Cloud OS And A Possible Smartphone Release

Baidu Gears Up For A New Cloud OS And A Possible Smartphone Release

Baidu is the most popular search engine in China. With a popular exceeding a billion, this means that Baidu has a huge user base to its name. And that is why, the company is considered a huge player in the arena of Asian tech world. Baidu has a knack of developing an alternate version of nearly every mainstream tech object, including an alternate of Android which it named Yi. It is now being reported that the company has further plans with it.

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