Microsoft may be throwing in the towel with Lumia Phones

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Android and iOS are undoubtedly the major players in the smartphone industry, and while three-four years ago, Blackberry and Windows Phone continued to exist, albeit with single digit market shares, now their market share has dipped even lower. Continue reading Microsoft may be throwing in the towel with Lumia Phones

Gorilla Glass wants to make smartwatches more durable

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Usually the most fragile part of any device is its display, and over the past few years, companies like Gorilla Glass have been making strides into making the display tougher, making the devices themselves more durable. Continue reading Gorilla Glass wants to make smartwatches more durable

Project Ara dies, as modular smartphones live on

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It is not always the innovators who dominate a market, because if competitors manage to imitate the ideas of these innovators, and execute them in a better way, then chances are, these imitators would be the one with the market share. Continue reading Project Ara dies, as modular smartphones live on

Playstation Now is coming to PC

Competition is an essential part of every market, because without competition large companies dominating the market can sell inferior products and swindle customers out of their money. Continue reading Playstation Now is coming to PC

Android Nougat won’t be coming to Snapdragon 800/801 devices

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When releasing the next product in a product line, manufacturers are faced with a dilemma: Should they maintain compatibility with older products, and thus divert time and effort towards maintaining them, or should they ditch compatibility in favor of new features. Continue reading Android Nougat won’t be coming to Snapdragon 800/801 devices

You can now play Tic Tac Toe right from the search results

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The Google Search Engine has evolved a lot over the past few years. Yes, it is still the same basic design with the same paginated display of results, but it has steadily added new features. Continue reading You can now play Tic Tac Toe right from the search results

Google is (mostly) ending support for Chrome apps

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The Internet of today could not be farther from its humble beginnings. In the beginning, it was all just text on a console, and then low quality images started popping up. As our speeds started picking up, and web technologies evolved, we started seeing more advanced webpages with better designs and higher resolution pictures. Continue reading Google is (mostly) ending support for Chrome apps

The 3DS and other Pokemon games are more popular due to Pokemon Go

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A few weeks ago, Nintendo’s stock shot up after the success of Pokemon Go, and then plummeted after investors realized that Nintendo only owns part of the Pokemon Company, and the revenue from Pokemon Go is not going to affect its bottom line. Continue reading The 3DS and other Pokemon games are more popular due to Pokemon Go

Google is working on Fuchsia: The universal operating system

There used to be a time when we had gadgets for just about every little task. We had music players, PDAs, Slideshow displays and much, much more, but as the years went on, the number started coming down, and these devices started converging. Continue reading Google is working on Fuchsia: The universal operating system

MIT’s new smart Tattoo can control your smartphone

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MIT, collaborating with Microsoft Research has created a new smart tattoo out of gold leaf (a conductor) that can control your smartphone, interact using NFC and can also be used as a touchpad. Continue reading MIT’s new smart Tattoo can control your smartphone

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