Windows 10 Devices to be Android App Friendly?

Windows Phone is now officially a mature OS with all the bells and whistles you expect from your OS.  It's got from Cortana, to Here Maps, to the action center it looks, feels and acts like a modern smartphone OS.  However one of the ways it still lags is the App count.  Microsoft has been working very hard to court developers but it's still an uphill battle since the user base isn't as large as iOS or Android. Now there are reports...

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Reversable USB Type C Coming to the Google Phones?
Mar12

Reversable USB Type C Coming to the Google Phones?

Google tends to adapt to new technology quickly and keeping in that trend they just announced Google just announced the refreshed Chromebook Pixel will be using the new reversible USB Type C connector.  Not only only is this new USB reversible but it will also charge your devices faster and will transfer data at a quicker rate. During this announcement Google also mentioned: “more Chromebooks and Android devices following suit soon.”...

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How to Get Mobile Consumers to Upgrade
Mar05

How to Get Mobile Consumers to Upgrade

In the past when new flagships came out there was ton of new cool "must have" features that would make you break your piggy bank and order one the day it came out.  Recently however it seems that nothing like that has come around.  The Yota phone with it's dual screen has been out for years now and while the Samsung Galaxy Edge is pretty cool it's not getting me to drop 300 bucks and sign a new contract. I only am writing this post...

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Android Pay Will Be Launched At Google I/O in May
Feb27

Android Pay Will Be Launched At Google I/O in May

Samsung has been closing its own preparations for the company’s mobile Payment service, a direct competitor to Apple Pay. That will be announced next week, but another mobile giant will be entering the mobile payment market too this year… Google. Mountain View is readying its own system that will be called Android Pay, and it will be announced at the company’s I/O developer conference in May. Yes, Google Wallet already exists and is...

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Google Raises Revenue, but Disappoints Wall Street
Jan31

Google Raises Revenue, but Disappoints Wall Street

Google’s revenue increased through the fourth quarter of 2014, but the company still fell short of Wall Street predictions. The company’s shares wobbled after the results, with the price declining 3% in the wake of the announcement but increasing by 1.44% as the hours passed after the earnings call. There was a revenue increase of 15% year-on-year to $18.10 billion, but Wall Street was predicting that Google would be making revenues...

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