Amazon.com Inc. is reportedly developing some enhancements for their Kindle devices to compete more with the leading tab manufacturers Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
According to the poeple knowledgeable about the matter, the e-commerce company has recently been working on array of new devices including smartphones and audio streaming devices to broaden their reach beyond their tablet computers.
One of the smartphones that they currently working features a screen that allows 3D effects without having to use a glass. With “retina-tracking” technology, images will appear like a hologram and seems floating above the screen. . . . → Read More: Amazon Developing 3D Smartphone Without Using Glasses
EvLeaks, a very respected site showing leaks of the upcoming devices, has again released a photo of another smartphone that created a stir to the fans. But there are rumors already that this is either Google Nexus 5 or LG Optimus 2.
With this recently revealed photo created a rumor about the upcoming Optimus G2 of LG, there are also rumors around the block that this device is a product of the collaboration between Google Inc. and LG. If you have seen the Nexus 4 of Google and Optimus G of LG, there are similarities between . . . → Read More: Leaked Photo of a Smartphone, Product of Collaboration between Google and LG
The battle between tech giants, Microsoft Corporation and Google Inc., over patent issues finally put on a stop.
According to a trade judge, he stated that the game console, Xbox video gaming system, did not violate or infringe the patents that Google’s Motorola Mobility unit made.
Judge David Shaw from the U.S. International Trade Commision is clearly siding with Microsoft Corp. in this case. But his conclusions are the not final yet and still subject to review by the panel-of-6-commission, which has the ability to stop the the imports of products that violates the patents in the U.S.
. . . → Read More: Patent Case between Microsoft and Google is Finally Clear
Google Inc.’s privacy practices draws concern again.
The privacy practices of the searcgh engine giant Google Inc. has drawn in alarms after an Australian developer of softwares alleged that the company was providing him personal details of its users, like email addresses, of every user who bought his mobile app.
However, the personal information that was given to the developer, including email addresses, full names, and some postal code details, was not a result of a bug in the software. This event appears to be just part of the policies of Google for its App Store and its payment service . . . → Read More: Google Inc.’s privacy practices draws attention
On Monday, results from a recent survey presented that iPhone 5 ranks as the fifth placer in customer satisfaction.
The survey was conducted by OnDevice Research, a mobile device research group, wherein they asked about 320,000 tablet and smartphone users from six different countries on how they are contented with their devices. In the poll, 93,825 people from U.S.A. said that Motorola Atrix HD is the most satisfying and Droid Razr from Motorola got the second rank. For the third rank, Rezound 4G of HTC Corp. and next to it is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. It is a surprising note . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 takes fifth place in U.S. consumer satisfaction survey
According to comScore, Google Inc. is continuing to close in at seventy percent on its market share, which moves up by 0.1 percent this month, taking up a record of 67 percent of all search traffic for the month of November.
Yahoo dropped a tenth of its percentage point to 12.1%. Bing’s had increased its share by 0.2 percent, having a total of 16.2%. AOL.com and Ask.com both have dropped their share to 1.7 percent and 3 percent respectively.
The figures for the month of November has marked another new record for both Bing and Google. These numbers reveal explicit . . . → Read More: Google covers 67% of market share, ranks first for November
On Monday, Motorola Mobility LLC has started announcing to its staff that it will close most of its operations in South Korea. This area has been a very difficult market to penetrate since the company is a non-Korean cellphone maker.
Now that the company is a unit of Google Inc., Motorola Mobility will close its research and development, as well as its cellphone sales in the said country. However, they announced that the company will still continue to market telecom equipment and will remain offering its customer support.
According to a technology research firm Gartner, Motorola Mobility gotten a share . . . → Read More: Motorola to close operations in South Korea