The HTC’s most popular smartphone, One X, has been upgraded and is named as One X+. The upgraded version will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Beam. One X+ has a comparatively faster processor than One X, more storage space and bigger battery of 2100 mAh than the old one.
The HTC’s upgraded version has a huge 4.7 . . . → Read More: HTC announces the launch of upgraded version of its smartphone One X
The sales of the Samsung Galaxy SIII have shown a unique trend of sale. The new Smartphone by Samsung has shown growth in sales at two important time junctions; one while the lawsuit by Apple was filed against Samsung and the other when the announcement for the new iPhone 5 was made in the public.
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Nokia is all set to tap the business potential of Location services. It has signed a deal with Oracle which will give the users of Oracle access to use Nokia’s location services along with Map data. The deal was revealed in San Francisco at Oracle’s world conference on Monday clearly showed that Nokia is working hard . . . → Read More: Nokia expanding its Location and Mapping services with Oracle
There has been a buzz recently regarding the failure of the new mapping software introduced by Apple since the Apple executives were not able to understand and implement Apple’s Internet services. Tim Cook stated that Apple is “extremely sorry for the frustration this has caused our customers.” Apple’s map seems to have fall short of the . . . → Read More: Microsoft might utilize the Apple Map failure