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What’s happening to Samsung?

| October 30, 2014
What’s happening to Samsung?

By Rob Triggs 2014 is going to be remembered as a bad year for Samsung and is almost certainly one of the worst in the company’s history. Income has slumped throughout the year and Q3 profits were miserable in the company’s key IT & Mobile business segments. Just what is going wrong over at Samsung? [...]

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Sony appoints new mobile boss, as smartphone sales falter

| October 30, 2014
Sony appoints new mobile boss, as smartphone sales falter

By Matthew Benson Try as it might, Sony just can’t seem to catch a break. It’s seemingly been “restructuring” for the past decade as it attempts to find itself in a market that has little need for it’s once-brilliant products. Not that it’s products are any less brilliant than before mind you, but rather because [...]

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Become a game, app & web development master with the Dynamic Dev Power Bundle [92% off]

| October 30, 2014
Become a game, app & web development master with the Dynamic Dev Power Bundle [92% off]

By AA Deals Whether you want to build apps, make games or design and code websites, we’ve got just the thing: lifetime access to 8 developer courses spanning over 170 hours of content, to teach you key topics for a creative career. Learn to craft Android and iPhone apps without touching a single line of [...]

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Motorola is now a Lenovo company: $2.9 billion acquisition complete

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Motorola is now a Lenovo company: $2.9 billion acquisition complete

By Bogdan Petrovan TechCocktail/Flickr Google and Lenovo announced today that the $2.9 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility has been completed. Starting today, Motorola, the pioneer of mobile phones and one of the most iconic brands in consumer electronics, is a fully owned subsidiary of Lenovo. Announced on January 29, 2014, the sale sees Lenovo taking [...]

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Google’s new Chrome extension is a Bookmark Manager for the modern age

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Google’s new Chrome extension is a Bookmark Manager for the modern age

By Bogdan Petrovan Remember Google Stars, the cloud-based bookmark manager replacement that leaked in “dogfood” form back in May? It looks like it’s finally ready for the spotlight, albeit under a different and less inspiring name – Bookmark Manager. Now available for free in the Chrome extension catalogue, Bookmark Manager replaces Chrome’s drab default bookmarks [...]

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LG Display announces world’s narrowest 0.7mm bezel LCD display

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
LG Display announces world’s narrowest 0.7mm bezel LCD display

By Rob Triggs LG Display is having a good year so far, having seen profits increase last quarter, and the company has just made another important breakthrough in its smartphone display technology. LG Display has announced a 5.3 inch Full HD LCD panel which has the world’s narrowest bezel – just 0.7mm. For a little [...]

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Inbox users to receive more invitations to share today

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Inbox users to receive more invitations to share today

By Rob Triggs If you missed out on the first wave of invitations for Google’s new Inbox email client don’t fret, Google has been handing out another batch in the last 24 hours. Furthermore, another round of “Golden Ticket” invites will be will be arriving today for current users to dish out to their pals. [...]

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ES File Explorer adds Chromecast streaming

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
ES File Explorer adds Chromecast streaming

By Jonathan Feist One of the better Android file managers out there has added a modern touch, ES File Explorer has added Chromecast support. More specifically, ES File Explorer is getting an update its own, without any Chromecast goodness, Streaming to your TV comes from a new plugin app that is free to install from [...]

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Microsoft will launch a fitness band, and the Android app is already available (Updated)

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Microsoft will launch a fitness band, and the Android app is already available (Updated)

By Matthew Benson Update: The Microsoft Band is official. The device will be available from today online and in Microsoft stores, for $199. The band’s 10 sensors will feed health and activity data into Microsoft’s new Health Cloud service. More details about the Microsoft Band here. Original post: Wearable tech. Depending on whom you talk [...]

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Material Design update hits Google Drive, Docs, Slides and Sheets

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Material Design update hits Google Drive, Docs, Slides and Sheets

By Jonathan Feist Google opened up sales to the brand new Nexus 6 today, it ships with Android 5.0 Lollipop, which is the first version of Android that is imbued with Material Design. No better time to push out Material Design to a handful of Google apps, this time out we look at Drive, Docs, [...]

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Huawei angers customers with no Kitkat update for Ascend Mate 2

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Huawei angers customers with no Kitkat update for Ascend Mate 2

By Matthew Benson If there is one thing that irks tech enthusiasts, it’s waiting for their device to receive the latest OS version. If there’s one thing that riles them up, it’s when OEMs or carriers announce that devices won’t be receiving an update. And if there is one thing that drives people crazy, it’s [...]

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Samsung’s Q3 net profit down nearly 50% year-on-year

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Samsung’s Q3 net profit down nearly 50% year-on-year

By Matthew Benson It seems that Samsung’s monumental success may be over; at least if things continue as they are. The company reported its Q3 2014 earnings and things are not looking particularly good. Net profit fell 48.8% from this time last year, at 4.22 billion won (roughly $4 billion). Likewise, operating profit dropped 60% [...]

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