As the tech market gets wider and wider, market shares also soars high but some company seems not happy with the results.
Smartphone shipments by Samsung increased over the same period in 2011, letting it simply take hold of the biggest share of the global market, while Nokia’s share dramatically plummeted as their smartphones are not clicking to the mass and only playing in the low end, according to a market analyst, while another market analyst rated the South-Korea-based company as the top or the no. 1 on the cellphone market.
In the first quarter of 2011, Samsung’s . . . → Read More: Samsung Gets the Highest Market Share in the First Quarter of 2012
Tuesday – Mozilla launched an update for the latest version of Firefox 12, which comes with “silent updates” – a feature that updates the browser without prompting or bothering the user anymore – among other improvements.
Mozilla first assured silent update feature for the Firefox 13, however the feature makes its way into the latest release today.
“Firefox simplifies the update process for Windows users by removing the user account control dialog (UAC) pop-up while maintaining the security of your system,” according to a blogpost from Mozilla. “Once a user gives explicit permission to Firefox on their first . . . → Read More: Firefox 12 with Silent Update Feature from Latest Release of Mozilla
While most viruses hits the Windows platform, Mac users are so confident that their computers don’t need an Anti-virus as it rarely or never happens in their platforms. But news are coming out that there is a malware intended for Windows that is creeping inside Macs.
Around one in five Mac pcs are contaminated with some type of malware, though most of it is designed for Windows-based computers.
A new version of the Flashback Trojan that attacked over half a million Macs lately, in the meantime, is currently creeping again, based on separate report.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note – a confusing device that others find it as a tablet and some says it’s a smartphone – is presently limited to the wireless carrier AT&T, but there are reports running across the internet that the confusing device is extending to a competitor wireless carrier T-Mobile.
The very first hint stems from a Wi-Fi certification that appeared for the Samsung unit with model no . SGH-T879. As for company standards, all Samsung products carried by T-Mobile uses the model formula SGH-Txx9.
This specific model is additionally detailed with a 800 x 1280 screen resolution, . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy Note will be Available in T-Mobile?
Mobile phone maker, Motorola, won the ITC (International Trade Commission) judge’s ruling which increases the possibilities of preventing the imports of Microsoft Corp’s gaming console Xbox from the U.S.
Judge David Shaw of the ITC stated yesterday that four out of five Motorola Mobility pantents have been violated by Microsoft. The judge’s ruling are still subject for review by the panel of ITC, which has the capability to prohibit imports that infringe U.S. patents. Another judge at the ITC postponed until today giving his conclusions in a separate Motorola Mobility suit in opposition to Apple Inc.
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