Nokia has released a refreshed version of their Windos Phone Lumia 920 and labeled it as Lumia 928 exclusively on Verizon. The new Lumia resembles very well with the predecessor 920 but it features a new display and design.
Changes on the Lumia 928 are more focused on the aesthetic than the non-cosmetic. Both phones still have the 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB storage, front-facing camera, and the amazing PureView camera on the back. The sole big difference between the phones is in the screen. Though they have similar resolution and size, the Lumia 928 sports an AMOLED . . . → Read More: Nokia Lumia 928 Features AMOLED Display
Microsoft’s search engine named Bing will give English-language search results for Baidu, the biggest search engine of China, according to the announcement of the company.
More features of the agreement, including its financial terms, were not revealed.
The progress pursues choice of Google in the previous year to pull its search engine from mainland of China, following a high-profile dust-up over censorship of search results. The Google.cn page currently redirects visitors to Google’s Hong Kong search site when they try to enter terms into the search bar.
Baidu holds about 80% of the . . . → Read More: Biggest Chinese Search Engine, to be Powered by Microsoft’s Bing
The current visit of Apple COO Tim Cook to China Mobile, which might recommend the mobile gadget seller, is in talks with China Mobile concerning possible iPhone cooperation. Currently, China Unicom is the de facto restricted iPhone operator in China.
Tim Cook as well visited China Unicom throughout his secret China journey to converse concerning iPhone combined force issues with opening of 3G iPad 2 into market in China. It appears to some that strange of Apple go indications that iPhone might have 2 partners in China.
Frequently Apple just chooses one restricted iPhone cooperator for . . . → Read More: Tim Cook’s Visit in China Signals Two iPhone Partners