To celebrate the Earth Day, Nissan is joining forces with the people of New York City to introduce new environment-friendly cars to be used as taxis in the city that never sleeps. Six cars from Nissan, the Leaf, is going to be the taxi and will be a test program of mayor Michael Bloomberg. His goal is to make the electric taxis the city’s taxi in 2020.
The program launched earlier today to celebrate Earth Day. The other purpose of this program is to show the New Yorkers, as well as people from other cities, how . . . → Read More: Nissan and NYC Introduces Electric Taxis to be Used in the City
Apple released the iOS 6.1.3 update yesterday that fixes a bug in a security as well patched some holes the the Evasion jailbreak exploited.
The security bug allows anyone to bypass the lock screen and let them access the phone. Bypassing the device can let you view contact photos, voice mail and make phone calls. While the Evasion jailbreak exploited some holes in the iOS and can be used in iOS devices such as the new iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone.
Users who have updated their iOS to the latest will not be able . . . → Read More: iOS 6.1.3 Update Stops Evasion Jailbreak and Fixes Security Bug
A report from the research firm IDC, the Android software for mobile devices of Google was running on 75 percent of shipped smartphones during the third quarter, at the same time as it is leading over its biggest rival Apple.
The iOS of Apple widely used in its iPhones only ranked second with a market share of only fifteen percent. The new iPhone did not come out until late in the third quarter. On the other hand, Samsung Electronics Co. and other makers of Android had major launches earlier.
According to the report of IDC, gains came largely at the . . . → Read More: iPhone and Google close rivalries in market share for Q3
Samsung tablets handling Windows 7 has been a great way of Microsoft to demonstrate its OS. With the upcoming Windows RT, it’s actually Windows 8 but optimised for touchscreens, new tablets will also have the new ARM chips, which iPad is also based.
According to some sources, Samsung will release new tablets running on Windows RT after officially announcing it in October. They will help push Miscrosoft up to take into the market which is dominated by the Cupertino, California-based company. Apple was reported to ship more than half of the whole tablet market last quarter, . . . → Read More: Samsung Will be Releasing Windows RT Tablet