On Saturday, Google Inc. has reportedly preparing to launch a physical version of its electronic payment system, Google Wallet.
The physical version is named Google Wallet Card, which is aimed for circumstances whenever clients cannot use their Google Wallet — a software-based and mobile phone-bound. The unannounced Wallet Card of the company is said to accept major credit and debit cards. Screenshots of the Google Wallet has been published in one Android website.
On the other hand, Google has not published any announcements or images nor comments of the said Google Wallet Card.
Primarily, the Google Wallet is storing credit . . . → Read More: Google welcomes Wallet Card
According to the data collected by the International Data Corporation, the market shares for Apple in China has reduced to about five percent between the periods of April and June. The reason behind this drop down is that a lot of people want to buy iPhone 4S when iPhone 5 is just around the corner.
The analyst from IDC, TZ Wong explained that there are two things in play in the market for Apple now — one is seasonal, where people know that there is a new phone coming, and second is that the alternate choices are coming out as . . . → Read More: Apple shares in China market falls down
On Feb. 19, Samsung’s much awaited Galaxy Note will be available in AT&T for $300 with a 2-year contract.
The 4G LTE mobile phone could be pre-ordered online or in the retailers starting Sunday. Delivery will be Feb. 17, according to the company.
The South Korea-based company have been promoting the Galaxy Note as being a new device classification aimed toward the creative-minded set, even though the majority of customers will more than likely find it as a combo of a tablet and smartphone.
The new smartphone features its large 5.3-inch touchscreen – one of the largest in line with . . . → Read More: Much Awaited Samsung Galaxy Note wil be on AT&T on Feb. 19
Apple Inc. has encountered a loss in its patent lawsuit in opposition to Motorola. An administrative law judge (ALJ) together with the ITC or International Trade Commission released a first judgment late on Friday, stating that Motorola didn’t infringe three of Apple’s mobile phone patents. The judgement signs possible difficulties for Apple, although it still has to face the acceptance from the ITC panel.
Motorola and Apple are already involved in rounds of cases both in the ITC and with the Federal court since 2010, when Motorola first charged Apple of breaking an array of its patents covering . . . → Read More: Motorola Wins First Ruling Against Apple
Nvidia Corp. shares increased in expanded trading following producer of graphics processors announced third- quarter product sales and revenue that capped analysts’ estimations, raised by need for chips utilized by computer avid gamers and developers.
Product sales in the period which ended Oct. 30 increased 26 % to $1.07 billion, the Santa Clara, California-based firm mentioned in a report yesterday. That in comparison with the normal analyst estimation for $1.06 billion in profits, based on Bloomberg data. Not including particular costs, revenue was 35 cents per share, topping predictions of 31 cents.
Nvidia have been winning share of . . . → Read More: Nvidia Corp. Shares Rises; Chip Demands Boosts Profit
US wireless carrier T-Mobile has verified that it’s going to be offering up the most awaited Nokia Lumia 800 when it becomes available on November 16.
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Several networks and stores verified that they will be keeping a stock of the Nokia Lumia 800 once the phone was released, however the wireless company is taking its time to jump on top of the group.
From TechRadar’s hands on review: the new Nokia Lumia 800 suggests, the Windows Phone 7 Mango . . . → Read More: Nokia Lumia 800 to be Offered by T-Mobile
There had been reports about the debate over Facebook’s valuation, indicating that several analysts anticipate the company will be valued at $100 billion if it goes public in the following year.
A significant but frequently-overlooked portion of the argument: Most of Facebook’s users are outside the U.S. and that comes out to be where the development of the social network is also.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, said that the social network was at 750 million active users. With the quantity of active users in the U.S. suspended at 150 million, which means that . . . → Read More: All These Plans from Facebook