We have a new infographic to share with you. It doesn’t have a clearly defined subject, but it does have few cool figures. Here’s what we learn from the image prepared by Glow New Media : 1.4 billion smartphones sold in the world
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Smartphone figures, behavior and more [infographic]
3M is in the final stages of commercializing a new film for LCD screens that can allow up to 50% more color to be displayed. The problem with existing LCDs is that they are typically limited to displaying 35% or less of the visible color spectrum.
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3M working on a new film that will bring more color to LCD screens
HTC has been getting a lot of bad press recently, with reports of employees being let go and the imminent demise of the HTC First . One thing most everyone can agree on though, is the success of the HTC One , which has proven to be one of the most sought after smartphones around. “We were making smartphones before smartphones even existed.” A new video from HTC appeared today, showcasing the company’s history of mobile device development.
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HTC Video Showcases Company’s Innovative History
The restroom is as much a part of life as the office or the kitchen, but it never seems to get the focus it deserves. There are strategy games out there for all manner of workplaces, from rail yards to roller coasters, airports to aquariums. But the humble restroom, a place we all visit daily, is always glossed over in the shuffle.
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Men’s Room Mayhem to ‘Release’ for PS Vita
Looking to upgrade your smartphone, tablet, or other tech on the cheap? You’ve come to the right place! Our Top Deal today is the Inew I200 5.7″ HD Android 4.1 Quad-Core Unlocked Smartphone for $214.11.
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Deals of the Day – Inew I200 5.7″ HD Android 4.1 Quad-Core Unlocked Smartphone for $214.11
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal , Google is looking to back the development of wireless networks in emerging markets. The company is reportedly in the middle of a multifaceted effort to bring wireless service to locations such as sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, which would provide wireless access to the population that resides outside of major urban areas, and increase the speeds of existing networks. According to the report, Google will be working with local telecommunication firms to develop the networks and will help to create the proper business models to support them
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Google Reportedly To Develop Wireless Networks in Emerging Markets
Yahoo’s apparently on a roll. Under Ceo Marissa Mayer’s guidance, the struggling search giant has been making it rain to the tune of billions. It seems Mayer’s strategy is to use Yahoo’s still formidable war chest to buy up the things it lacks.
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Yahoo Submits Bid for Hulu
Microsoft and Google have decided to make love, not war by joining forces to create an official YouTube app together for Windows Phone. “Microsoft and YouTube are working together to update the new YouTube for Windows Phone app to enable compliance with YouTube’s API terms of service, including enabling ads, in the coming weeks,” the two companies both said in a statement. “Microsoft will replace the existing YouTube app in Windows Phone Store with the previous version during this time.” They had a bit of a disagreement earlier over an app custom-developed by Microsoft for Windows Phone.
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Microsoft, Google join forces to create YouTube app with ads for Windows Phone
Microsoft unveiled its media dominance strategy at Tuesday’s big reveal of the Xbox One. But Xbox Chief, Don Mattrick neglected to outline just how deep Microsoft’s bid to dominate your living room will go
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Friday Funnies: Xbox One Uses Voice Commands to Control Users
According to MacRumors , AT&T is expected to improve its GoPhone prepaid wireless brand tomorrow, rolling out LTE and HSPA+ data network access and official support for the iPhone. GoPhone customers who have been using the service with an iPhone or compatible 4G device will now be able access data service on their devices. GoPhone will reportedly be offering three different service plans for the iPhone and other 4G capable devices, starting with a plan that includes unlimited texts and calls and 1 GB of data for $65 a month.
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AT&T GoPhone To Update Pre-Paid Service With 4G LTE, HSPA+ Tomorrow