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Mark Zuckerberg Is The World’s Most Liked CEO

Mark Zuckerberg Is The World’s Most Liked CEO

Glassdoor dishes out CEO approval ratings each year, reflecting what number of employees in a given company or organization approves of the boss of that entity. Quite interestingly, this year’s topper is Mark Zuckerberg, who enjoys the express approval of 99% of Facebook employees.

By On March 18, 2013 2 Responses
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Confirmed: Galaxy S4 In The US Will Ship With Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC

Confirmed: Galaxy S4 In The US Will Ship With Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC

At its launch event the other day, Samsung announced that its new flagship smartphone will be shipping with two different processors, depending upon the region. Qualcomm has now confirmed that the version shipping to the US will include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC.

By On March 17, 2013 Respond
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Analyst Says Galaxy S4 Is Not A Game Changer, iPhone 5S Will Win The Battle

Analyst Says Galaxy S4 Is Not A Game Changer, iPhone 5S Will Win The Battle

Amid a lot of anticipation, Samsung recently unveiled its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone. The responses from the critics and users are somewhat mixed so far. Some have called it a great, new smartphone while others are deeming it as simply a small refresh over Galaxy S III. The lead Apple bull Brian White has now stated that Galaxy S4 is ‘not a game changer.’

By On March 16, 2013 5 Responses
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Class Action Lawsuit Launched Against Apple Over Flawed Retina MacBook Pro Display

Class Action Lawsuit Launched Against Apple Over Flawed Retina MacBook Pro Display

Ever since Apple launched the 15.4-inch Retina MacBook Pro, users have been complaining that the machine’s display suffers from a variety of problems. Most of these users have reported a ghosting problem with the display. And now, one specifically irked customer has launched a class action lawsuit against Apple over this issue.

By On March 16, 2013 Respond
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Purported Images Of Galaxy S IV Surface, Shows Dual-Sim Version

Purported Images Of Galaxy S IV Surface, Shows Dual-Sim Version

Less than 24 hours to launch, but the Galaxy S IV rumor rail is yet to stop. Some purported images has surfaced in Chinese blog IT168 that shows a device expected to be the Galaxy S IV. Some of the images reveals a Galaxy S IV model with dual-SIM support.

By On March 14, 2013 Respond
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Images Of Early iOS Device Prototype Surface On The Web

Images Of Early iOS Device Prototype Surface On The Web

Apple was able to sweep the smartphone world off its feet with the iPhone. However, the company pooled a lot of resources and time into building it. Now, images of an early iOS device prototype have reached the web, courtesy an anonymous ex-Apple employee.

By On March 12, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Not Include The Rumored Wireless Charging In Upcoming iPhone

Apple May Not Include The Rumored Wireless Charging In Upcoming iPhone

It is that time of the year when rumors start flying around about the next flagship smartphone from Apple. To be sure, we are still months from the launch of the next iPhone, still we’ve been hearing that it may include support for wireless charging. However, a new report in DigiTimes tends to pop that happy bubble.

By On March 8, 2013 Respond
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DryWire’s New Nano-Coating Technology Makes Your Phone Waterproof

DryWire’s New Nano-Coating Technology Makes Your Phone Waterproof

Recently, Los Angeles based startup DryWired has made a protector for mobile devices. The company says that its new nano coating can give both smartphones and tablets the ability to withstand drops and water.

By On February 28, 2013 Respond
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Sony Will Launch A Firefox OS Device By 2014

Sony Will Launch A Firefox OS Device By 2014

After a long reign of iOS and Android based mobile devices, it seems that other contenders are finally entering the arena. Among these is Canonical’s Ubuntu Phone and Tablet OS as well as the Mozilla team’s Firefox OS meant for mobile devices. Now, Sony has expressed interest in Mozilla team’s offering and intends to launch a Firefox OS mobile device by 2014.

By On February 27, 2013 Respond
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Data Security And Encryption On Android Phones Can Be Bypassed With ‘Frost Attack’

Data Security And Encryption On Android Phones Can Be Bypassed With ‘Frost Attack’

Adding PIN lock to your mobile handset may give you a sense of security; having your data encrypted may make you think that even if you lose your handset, your data would be safe. But in all, both of them may prove inadequate in the face of a ‘frost attack’ which literally uses cold temperatures to bypass these security measures.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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LG Says 15 Million Optimus L Series Phones Sold So Far

LG Says 15 Million Optimus L Series Phones Sold So Far

LG is not among the top players in the smartphone arena. However, that does little to diminish the company’s spirits, it seems. LG has a knack of regularly rolling out its sales milestones. The latest of such announcements from the company reveals that it has sold 15 million Optimus L series smartphones so far.

By On February 17, 2013 Respond
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iPhone Mini May Be Priced Between $250 And $300

iPhone Mini May Be Priced Between $250 And $300

We have been hearing rumors of a potential mini iPhone for quite some time now. Analysts have speculated that Apple will release a mini-smartphone to compete against low-budget smartphones in the developing markets. Now, Brian White of Topeka Capital has claimed that Apple may keep the price tag of a mini iPhone between $250 and $300.

By On February 12, 2013 Respond
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BLU Shipping Two New Contract Free Android Phones To US At $199

BLU Shipping Two New Contract Free Android Phones To US At $199

Mobile phone maker BLU Products has officially begun shipping two new Android smartphones called the BLU Studio 5.3 II and BLU Tank 4.5 in the U.S. market. Both the handsets will be available unlocked and contract free at sub-$200 price point. And, the design looks similar to Samsung Galaxy S III.

By On February 10, 2013 Respond
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Smartphone With Ubuntu OS Will Arrive In October

Smartphone With Ubuntu OS Will Arrive In October

Canonical attracted the eager interests of users, developers and critics alike when it released its very own mobile OS, namely Ubuntu OS. The operating system looks promising, complete with slick looks and great features. Now, Canonical CEO, Mark Shuttleworth, has stated that Ubuntu OS smartphones will be arriving by October this year.

By On February 7, 2013 Respond
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Huawei And Microsoft Announce To Bring Low Cost Windows Phone For Africans

Huawei And Microsoft Announce To Bring Low Cost Windows Phone For Africans

Software giant Microsoft and Chinese telecoms giant Huawei are gearing up to spread the Windows Phone widely. Microsoft and Huawei have jointly announced that they are going to bring affordable, low-cost Windows Phone powered devices to capture the African market.

By On February 5, 2013 Respond
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