nexusGoogle recently launched its new Nexus devices — Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 — the former being the company’s flagship smartphone, and the latter a new tablet in the family of Nexus devices. The current Nexus devices line up looks rather interesting to say the least. Google’s premier Nexus devices now include the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, and the Nexus 9.

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mobile payApple’s highly ambitious payment service Apple Pay starts rolling out today in the United States. Aimed at making wallets a thing of the past, Apple’s highly secure and futuristic payment service is all set to redefine the payments market. Apply Pay would do to payments what the iPhone did to the mobile phone industry.

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adobe maxAt its annual Adobe Max Conference, Adobe announced a significant product line up that speaks volumes about the company’s mobile offerings in the future. Adobe announced seven new mobile apps, and demonstrated their capabilities at the event. These apps unbundle Adobe’s current offerings, with specific tools available for certain use-cases.

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android oneChina may be the biggest technology devices market currently, but India is rapidly catching up. According to a latest report by a German research group GfK, India is growing at a massive 9x scale when it comes to device sales in technology markets.

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outsystems platform 9OutSystems, the open, rapid application delivery platform (PaaS) provider, released OutSystems Platform 9, which enables any developer to easily and rapidly create and deploy apps across iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and web, from a single application design and code base.

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amazon fire hdx 8.9Amazon today announced a number of new tablets and e-readers with an aim towards targeting another wide range of users. The five new products launched today include the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9; Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire HD 6, and the high end e-reader Kindle Voyage. The first two tablets are also available in Kids Editions.

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onenote android wearMicrosoft today pushed a number of new features to OneNote. The note-taking solution from the company now offers support for Google’s Android Wear platform, extensions support for Apple’s iOS 8, and an updated Office Lens for the company’s Windows Phone mobile operating system.

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google androidone indiaGoogle wants to sell a lot of Android phones, and it wants to exercise a lot more control into how the user experience plays out when it comes to entry level Android-powered smartphones. This year at Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference, we were introduced to the Android One concept.

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apple payApple wants to revolutionize the way customers make credit card payments. And as a part of its solution, it wants customers to stop using their plastic credit cards. Instead, the company wants customers to pay using an NFC-powered iPhone 6 or an iPhone 6 Plus coupled with a fingerprint sensor and advanced security mechanisms.

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apple appsApple recently posted a page on its developer microsite to explain some of the most common reasons for rejection developers’ apps. Apple is known for its high standards, and a really strict policy on approving apps. Some developers are still unable to get past Apple’s review process to put an app in the App Store. This is one of the biggest reasons why users love the App Store.

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