On Tuesday, a person familiar with Apple Inc.’s plans, said that the Cupertino-base tech giant has a 100-team performing tests on the rumored wristwatch device that is said to function some of the tasks that a computer does, as well as what the iPad and iPhone do too.
The 100-person team of Apple Inc. is composed of product designers, managers, hardware and software engineers, and members of the marketing group. The team was formed last year and is said to have worked on previous projects such as the iPad and iPhone.
The wristwatch-like device of Apple Inc. still remains to . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. to have a 100-people team for upcoming iWatch
A new research has indicated that in 2012′s third quarter, the Galaxy S III of Samsung has outwitted the iPhone 4S of Apple from being the top selling smartphone in the world. Samsung’s smartphone has a wide distribution and large operator subsidies credited for the succes of the gadget.
According to the figures gathered by Straregy Analytics, Samsung has shipped 18 million smartphones in the July to September timeframe, while Apple’s iPhone 4S only at 16.2 million.
All-in-all, the two big companies’ smartphones made up the twenty-four percent of the market of smartphones globally. However, celebrations seem to be on . . . → Read More: Samsung as the top-seller smartphone for Q3
On Wednesday, the shares of Google have clung persistently just close to record highs following three consecutive months, wherein thirty percent rally has fueled by increasing optimism regarding advertising on Internet. However, Wall Street is fearing that it may run out of steam.
Stocks of Google has been hanging about close to an all-time high amount of $774.38 since touching that hit on October 5. In order to bob in to that level, analysts and investors comment that it is needing to run a glove of risks that could weaken its status as the second most valuable company in terms . . . → Read More: Google stocks could drag down due to legal matters
Thursday – Apple said it filed a lawsuit against its rival Samsung in United Kingdom’s High Court earlier this week, as the two technology big players continue to fight for its legal rights involving their tablets and mobile phone products.
Apple did not release or expose any details regarding the lawsuit. Last June, the company, Samsung, filed a lawsuit against Apple in Chancery High Court, accusing apple of violating Samsung’s patented wireless technology inventions, according to the statement.
The Korea-based company also confirmed that it had also filed a lawsuit in a French court . . . → Read More: Apple and Samsung Rivalry Continues in UK
This year we got wind of the codenames for the next two editions of Windows Phone operating system of Microsoft: Tango and Apollo. It is been widely speculated that Apollo will be Windows Phone 8 and that Tango will be a little update like the NoDo update that Microsoft issued prior this year. Be grateful to Honk Kong site We Love Windows Phone, who was in attendance at a Microsoft conference getting place on their home lawn, we currently have corroboration from Microsoft employees that Tango is certainly not going to be a main update, Goal viewers of . . . → Read More: Microsoft: Tango Is for Developing Countries