Google has recently been in a gobble spree acquiring all the nice companies out there. Just few weeks back Google announced it acquired cloud monitoring service Stackdriver. Now, Google has taken-over Divide, a cloud-based device management technology that will help corporates manage BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Devices) policies. In a post on the Divide website (via Re/code), the company says: We’re thrilled to ... Read More »
iOS FB Messenger Gets Video Sharing!
Facebook has updated the iOS version of its Messnger app. The new Facebook Messenger 5.0 for iOS has a lot of improvements and new features. You can download the new version directly from Apple’s App Store. The highlights of this flashy new version is that they have included video sharing. Facebook has also improved the search functionality and has implemented ... Read More »
Android Market Share is Growing at 14% a Year Faster than iOS!
Android will one day rule the world. Android is now leading the mobile OS market share with all kinds of devices it can lay its hands one. While iOS on the other hand is just limited to Apple’s devices. But Apple iOS is sure putting a pretty good fight. It is really a silent winner. Market-research firm IDC and mobile-market-tracking ... Read More »
Google Releases Nexus 5 with Android KitKat
Google has finally released Nexus 5 which is the first phone to come with Android 4.4 (KitKat). Nexus 5 has been is available for purchase online at Google Play and will also be available at wireless carriers soon. The Android KitKat 4.4 seems to be the talk of the town boasting itself with really nice hands-free voice controls, such as ... Read More »
Android Kit Kat Leak Shows New Interface!
Google latest OS Android Kit Kat which was announced just a little while back and it has already got it’s first leak. Although Google is expected to announce Android 4.4 Kit Kat and the Nexus 5 next Tuesday, Android blog Tutto Android seems to have beaten the big G to the punch. The site posted on Friday what appear to ... Read More »
Moto X Google Motorola’s First American Smartphone
Motorola has announced Moto X, the first smartphone to be launched after Google’s acquisition. Which means naturally Moto X is gonna need a lot more than just a bang now that it is coming out with a Google tag and of course ‘first’. Moto X seems to largely rely on its features to make a mark in the smartphone market. ... Read More »
Apple to Launch Low Cost iPhones at $99?
Apple is reportedly planning on launching a iPhone that would cost in the range $99 to $149. Apple sure is trying to block all holes. Android has been gaining fast on the smartphone market due to Android bases devices available at a much lesser price tag compared to the expensive iPhone. Now, this has started hurting Apple. This new low ... Read More »