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Sundar Pichai, clarifying his remark at the Mobile World Congress, explained that Android's openness makes it more secure and not less, because it undergoes a lot of scrutiny. According to Tech Crunch, Pichai said that open platforms historically
Jolie O'Dell / VentureBeat March 1, 2014 3:00 PM Ashli Norton, Joppar Over the years, TestFlight became a tool mobile app developers relied on. But parent company Burstly's recent acquisition (by Apple) and termination of Android support has
The two technology giants are far and away the most important players in this new tech paradigm, no matter how you slice it. For instance, Apple kick-started the modern smartphone movement when it famously introduced the iPhone on Jan. 9, 2007.
Motorola to Lenovo for $2.9 billion, a move that seemingly took it out of the mobile handset space. But absent from that deal was Google's Project Ara, one of the company's moonshot ambitions, whose goal is to bring cheap smartphones to emerging
Facebook At the beginning of the month, Facebook launched Paper. The app is intended as a phone-based equivalent of a newspaper or magazine. Paper pulls content from news stories that your friends share on their pages and lets you peruse through
WickedLeak Launch Waterproof Wammy Passion X (Post ad at Resalerental.com its free) Features- Display- 5-inch Full HD . MediaTek Octa Core
The report from Mobile Device Management (MDM) Company Fiberlink revealed that Samsung stood at first place with 56 percent of the market followed by Motorola at 22 percent and HTC at 8 percent and a host of other companies with 2 percent or less.
The BlackBerry Z10 is now available as a limited period offer of Rs 17,990. That is almost a 60 per cent cut on its launch price and the second price cut in recent months...Running the latest BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1 and with the best touch
The device runs on dual 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 CPUs and Google's Android and has a unique security feature that destroys information stored on the phone in the event that someone tries to crack the case open, the Verge reported. Meanwhile, Boeing is
We first heard about Boeing's plans for an ultra-secure smartphone almost two years ago , with various reports at the time suggesting it would be ready by the end of 2012...And throughout last year too, all we heard was the sound of crickets chirping