In a dramatic incident, a judicial court in California, turned down Apple’s plea to ban the selling of Samsung Smartphone in the market of the United States of America. However, it is to be noted that Apple pleaded for a permanent injunction on the selling of Samsung Smartphone in the US market. The two leading […]
Apple, one of the leading mobile phone companies, is planning to strengthen its list of features that it offers to its users. According to reports received, the company has goofed up to improve its mobile mapping service. Rumors are going round that this gigantic company is talking with Foursquare, a social networking company over this […]
Walmart’s Santa is here granting wishes to Apple’s consumers this Christmas. The retail Giant made an announcement on Friday that it will be slashing down the price on Apple’s third generation iPad and iPhone 5. If you were longing for Apple to drop its price on iPhone 5 or iPad, it’s time you get yourself […]
The great Google earth now comes for the all new Nexus 10 full sized tablet. With its introduction to mobile devices way back in 2008 for iPhone devices and then the Android Google Earth app released in 2012, Google recently announced that now the Nexus 10 will also be able to run a BIG sized . . . → Read More: GOOGLE EARTH FOR NEXUS 10
The demands of Nexus devices are so high that LG Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 have been sold out entirely from online stores while Nexus 7 has a very limited availability left. So, if you were planning to order one Nexus for yourself this Christmas, this might come as a bad news.
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Google made it official that it will not be supporting Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync protocol, a.k.a Google sync, anymore. In its official announcement, Google added that current users will remain unaffected but new users trying to access Gmail on their mobile phone via Google sync will not be able to do so.
The company has suggested that non-android . . . → Read More: Google drops support for Microsoft’s Exchange activeSync
News has come out in the New York Times claiming that Twitter has made a bid to buy Instagram before Facebook, which is currently the owner of the world famous photography app. Facebook bought Instagram in April, 2012 at a whopping bid of $1 billion in terms of both cash and stock.
Using Instagram, a user . . . → Read More: Dispute Between Twitter and Instagram Gains Heat