Oracle To Collect Royalities From Android Handset

Oracle To Collect Royalities From Android Handset

The Android Express has taken Google and a number of manufacturers on a dizzying ride to the top of the smartphone market, but with Android’s patent strength increasingly under fire and companies lining up for their share of licensing fees and Oracle has now reportedly stepped up a similar campaign and is approaching Android manufacturers with an offer to join an early adopters program that would have them pay $15 to $20 a handset. With damages potentially tripling because of Google’s wilful infringement and if Oracle was success in suing the search giant, Google would also need to negotiate a licensing deal if it intended to use the Dalvik-based system for its application framework…………

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Microsoft WP7 Released to Manufacturing

Microsoft WP7 Released to Manufacturing

Microsoft said that they released Windows Phone 7 for manufacturing.That means Windows Phone 7 almost completed for launch……

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Dell Will Support Windows Phone 7

Dell Will Support Windows Phone 7

According to Jonathan Goldberg, a telecommunications analyst at Deutsche Bank,the only remaining partners currently working on Windows Phone 7 handsets are just three—HTC, Samsung and LG.It indicates that the title is going true.

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ASUS Windows Phone 7

ASUS Windows Phone 7

ASUS’ Windows Phone 7 debuts in the wild….

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Now HTC Sense coming to Windows Phone 7

Now HTC Sense coming to Windows Phone 7

There is good news for all mobile users,HTC Sense coming to Windows Phone 7, after all….

By On July 25, 2010 2 Responses
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Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7

Microsoft provided the first in-depth look into Windows Phone 7 Series application development at MIX10 in Las Vegas. The platform combines Silverlight features for rich application development and the XNA Framework for games. Windows Phone 7 Series will allow developers and designers to build visually stunning and immersive application and games, according to Microsoft…..

By On July 19, 2010 7 Responses
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HTC HD3 Windows Mobile 7 Phone Powered By 1.5 GHz Processor Leaked

HTC HD3 Windows Mobile 7 Phone Powered By 1.5 GHz Processor Leaked

After the failure of the first two Microsoft Windows Phone the company is ready to bolster its market position with a super quality smartphone HTC HD3.

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Run Flash Without Jailbreak with CloudBrowse App (iPhone, iTouch, iPad)

Run Flash Without Jailbreak with CloudBrowse App (iPhone, iTouch, iPad)

Basically iDevices (iPhone, iTouch, iPad) won’t let user to run, open, and enable flash (Adobe Macromedia Flash) file within the device and Apple doesn’t support to enable Flash on iDevices.

By On June 2, 2010 1 Response
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Google has given Concentration Over Better Security

Google has given Concentration Over Better Security

In the wake of the China attacks that resulted in Google’s public threat to leave China, the search giant is abandoning Windows due to concerns over security.

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Cell Phone Carriers Realizing Location-Based Usage Data Could Be Potential Gold Mine

Cell Phone Carriers Realizing Location-Based Usage Data Could Be Potential Gold Mine

Every time we make a call on our cell phone, send a text or download data, our mobile carrier knows who we were talking to and for how long, as well as our location at the time of the connection, accurate to within a mile. The carriers are just trying to figure out how to […]

By On May 29, 2010 4 Responses
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The New Android Phones From Dell Are Very Appealing

The New Android Phones From Dell Are Very Appealing

Check out Flash, Thunder and Smoke: the new Android phones from Dell. They’re all lookers in their own ways and full of appealing features. The Thunder has a 4.1-inch WVGA OLED screen to show off a “heavily’ customized UI on top of Android 2.1. There aren’t too many details on the device, but it sounds […]

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Microsoft Developer Talks About Windows Phone 7

Microsoft Developer Talks About Windows Phone 7

Charlie Kindel, Microsoft developer for the Windows 7 platform, recently has been giving up some interesting tidbits around their post-launch strategy, including the very good news that they want to “do the right thing” with copy / paste – not a revealing answer to the problem, obviously, but a hopeful sign that they’ll end up […]

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Microsoft Has Grand Plans For Windows Phone 7

Microsoft Has Grand Plans For Windows Phone 7

Microsoft will finally uncover all the details of its Windows Phone 7 OS next week at the Web developer community’s MIX conference. This is coming amid reports that Windows OS is losing the smartphone user market. Of the 42.7 million U.S. smartphone users, the percentage using Windows Mobile devices dropped 4 points, from 19.7% in […]

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How To Install Android 2.1 On Windows Mobile Phones

How To Install Android 2.1 On Windows Mobile Phones

Are you tired of your Windows Mobile phone, and just itching to try on the Android phone, having heard glowing reviews from friends and co-workers? The guys at PC World have just the tip for you to make your transition a little easier. But be warned, the instructions require you to get rough with your […]

By On February 23, 2010 3 Responses
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Undisclosed And Confidential Partner Docs of Windows Phone OS 7 Exposed

Undisclosed And Confidential Partner Docs of Windows Phone OS 7 Exposed

Only 3 days have passed, but some undisclosed, private & confidential papers have been exploded in the internet already. The documents contain developer requirements, tools requirements, partner application development policy and much more. It’s a shocking blow for Microsoft, sure I am. Because, they could loose some market place because of these leakage. From the […]

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