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Windows OS in its entirety falls behind Android and iOS

by: Joe HindyDecember 14, 2012
We are all aware that the desktop business is coming to an end. Laptops, tablets, and smartphones are the wave of the future and with that comes new operating systems to accommodate them. Apparently, Windows isn't it.
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Google winning the Android vs iOS war ‘pretty clearly,’ Eric Schmidt says, but it’s not quite so

by: Chris SmithDecember 12, 2012
In an interview with Bloomberg, Google’s former CEO and current chairman Eric Schmidt talked about the company’s Android mobile operating system especially in comparison with its main competitor, Apple’s iOS, a rival that Google is apparently “clearly” beating.
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Yahoo! launches speedy new e-mail client for Android and other platforms

by: David GonzalesDecember 12, 2012
According to the official announcement posted by Mayer on Yahoo!'s corporate blog Yodel Anecdotal, the new Yahoo! e-mail client was redesigned with speed in mind. And if you try it out for yourself, you'll find that it is indeed faster than the version that was available before the update. Also, there is now consistency in the look and feel of the e-mail client across all devices and platforms. So if you've already used it in the past but didn't quite like the overall user experience, perhaps you will now.
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FTC slams privacy efforts in kids apps

by: Gary SimsDecember 11, 2012
A new report by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says that many of the apps which are designed for children collect data about the devices the kids are using without informing parents. The apps, which are available for Android via Google's Play Store and for iOS via Apple's iTunes app store, send information from the mobile device to ad networks, analytics companies, or other third parties.
 
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DeNA announces new FPS called The Drowning for mobile devices (with video)

by: Joe HindyDecember 9, 2012

The post apocalypse zombie game has been done. A whole bunch of times and on a variety of consoles. So for a game to come out with that premise and still be considered unique is a treat. Video game publishers DeNA have announced a new game coming to mobile devices soon called The Drowning, which fits into that unique category.

DeNA’s game is set in a post apocalyptic world haunted by the undead. Thankfully, this isn’t just another zombie mash and shoot game. Featured in the game is not only high end graphics and awesome cinematic scenes, but also a cohesive story line. If you’d rather watch than read, check out the video trailer below.

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Here’s what IDC says is happening in the tablet market, this year and beyond

by: Bogdan PetrovanDecember 6, 2012
While it’s fun to predict market shares for years in advance, there’s really no telling what will happen six months from now, and four year predictions are pretty much useless in the tech world. But trends do matter and they are worth analyzing. With this necessary caveat out of our way, here’s what IDC says it’s happening in the tablet market, this year and beyond.
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Android engagement paradox explained: why the low engagement rates don’t necessarily mean Android is a bad platform

by: J. Angelo RacomaDecember 3, 2012
Android devices are on the rise, but engagement and commerce seems to have plateaued. Here are a few explanations on why iOS still leads in user engagement.
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Google Play revenue up 311%, but still four times less than Apple’s App Store

by: Chris SmithDecember 2, 2012
A new study looking into application stores and their ecosystem is available, showing some interesting numbers for the two main players in the business, Google and Apple.
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Star Trek style communicators could be a reality with CommBadge

by: Joe HindyDecember 2, 2012
Star Wars has been the flavor of the season, but it appears Star Trek may be making its way into the mobile industry. An IndieGoGo start up called CommBadge looks to bring a Star Trek: TNG-style communicator to your t-shirts.
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Heads continue to roll at Apple over Maps fiasco. Why doesn’t Apple just concede to Google Maps?

by: J. Angelo RacomaNovember 28, 2012
Apple's Maps application in iOS frankly sucks. Apple seems to be making an effort do do something about it, and the company has reportedly edged out a key executive responsible for Maps development. Will this help accelerate development and improvement on the platform, or should Apple just bite the bullet and let Google Maps handle what it does best?
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