Ask me why I was tempted to write a blog on this and I would blame Samsung Galaxy S2 which is driving me wild all this while. It appears a lot more than a mere fascination; perhaps now that I have lived my life with it, I want the world to know that there is something more attractive than an Apple logo which to me is only a logo, offering little substance to the inscribing device. Actually I don’t deny iPhone’s class but when you’re getting a better device at a lower price, then what’s the reason would you give for sticking to that iSeries?
One can rightly understand why the smartphone savvy population across the globe goes crazy every time Apple launches a new edition of an iPhone. The gadget has apparently generated huge popularity of late. If the majority notion is to be believed, then an iPhone is head and shoulders above the rest. Even I was for the motion until I came across this very fine device in Samsung Galaxy S2.
Selling like a hotcake, the most recent Apple property in iPhone 4 will soon be adorning the hands and pockets of many who desperately wanted to own it but were stalled by financial constraints for all this time. The Asian suppliers to Apple Inc. have reportedly started the manufacturing of a lower priced edition of iPhone 4 that holds 8 gigabyte flash drive structure. One of the Korean companies is said to be working on the new version of 8 gigabyte flash drive. In its current process, Apple sources its flash drives from Toshiba in Japan and Samsung Electronics in South Korea.
Gains and pluses seem to spell the current stance for the Tech population in emerging India. The developing kingdom is no stranger for the world market as it continues to reflect the technological progression in various spheres. Equally aware are the exterior players which are persistent with their focus at the Indian bazaar. This was evident last week as the Taiwanese firm MSI declared to launch a low cost tablet series called ‘Enjoy’, at a meager amount which would be a rupee less than 14k.
At a time when Google is cleaning up all the company profiles on its Google plus social network, Facebook has come to the foray, raiding the map with its first ever appearance to serve as an online business education center. On Tuesday, the company launched a new webpage that would act as an information guide, helping the small scale businesses to use the social networking site. The online business guide would contain point wise information on things like profile page creation, formation of targeted ads & deals and online interaction with customer feedback.
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News of the day is that Google Inc. is now planning to buy the U.S. wireless chip technology entity, InterDigital, that is with the view to enhance its patent collection. The piece of information is indisputably interesting as the flurry of attractive compositions keep flowing in with every alternative day.
In hindsight, one can clearly comment that Apple has started feeling the heat, meaning the temperature is rising with every sunrise. It seems the legal clouds have completely taken over the battleground and are all set to come up with some water. In a series of claims, Apple has filed HTC again over patent rights, this time during the business hours earlier today. With this, the contention between the two has further aggravated, depicting some real competition in the coming times.
Not many in the tech biz are surprised as the ‘much awaited’ finally happened when Microsoft broke in with the chance by filling in the empty gap, which apparently a year and a half ago, was left abandoned by Google. The latter withdrew its services in China after screaming concerns about censorship in several of its regions. Microsoft has pitched in with the opportunity of uniting with Baidu.com to offer web search services in English, deploying its search engine ‘Bing’.
In Britain, until now it was Microsoft that was leading the way with only Google to catch up in terms of ‘Website visits’, however now its Facebook, though for the first time, that has replaced the second spot in the list beating all the Microsoft sites combined. The report was made public by UKOM/Neilson recently which is among the prominent online gauging entities in the world. With this, Facebook has been tagged as the second most popular site in Britain, a fact that looks like a trend and aiming to last long.