Multi-media software provider 4Videosoft Studio has released iOS Data Recovery software to help users retrieve deleted or lost data from their iOS devices or iTunes backup file.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Grand 2 smartphone which, according to the company, combines a convenient size with an optimal large-screen and is a decent improvement over its predecessor, the Galaxy Grand. It’s only now that one can imagine a manufacturer calling a 5.25-inch display on a smartphone, “convenient”.
Google’s much awaited Nexus 5 has now officially finally made it to markets in Hong Kong and India. After weeks of anticipation and retailers claiming they’ve started receiving units, Google yesterday announced that the new Nexus 5 will be available on Google Play Store in these countries.
A survey by IBM has revealed that 90 per cent of global organisations did not mind sustaining or increasing their investments in mobile technologies over the next 12-18 months.
Microsoft today announced the launch of the new Office Remote app for Windows Phone 8. Office Remote allows users to remotely control their Office 2013 and Office 365 documents on the PC from their Windows Phone 8 devices.
Google started the Nexus smartphone phenomenon with the Google Nexus One. The first Nexus smartphone was built in collaboration with HTC. Google already had software on its side and with a hardware partner it could define how both hardware and software can come together to create what is better known as a “pure Android” experience. The legacy was carried on by subsequent devices like the Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus and the Nexus 4.
Put it down as the Snowden effect but admittedly, people are today more nervous using any form of electronic communications, be it emails, messaging apps or SMS, especially so when it concerns sensitive information. To tackle this fear of illegal or even government eves-dropping, PowerInbox, the email platform company which merged with competitor ActivePath some time ago, has launched SecretInk, a service that allows you to send self-destructing messages either by email or SMS.
Here’s some good news for mobile developers. Xamarin, a company that helps developers to build fully native apps for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac from a single shared code base, has announced a global collaboration with IT major Microsoft. The alliance, claimed Xamarin, will make it even easier for mobile developers to build native mobile apps for all major platforms in Visual Studio.
Only Nokia consumers might have been aware of the advantages Nokia HERE provides in comparison to Google maps, the most popular mapping app on mobile devices. A fact worth mentioning here is that, of late US customers have started appreciating Apple mapping app over the Google alternative.
Motorola, or if we can call it correctly, the all new Motorola is all set to take the global low-cost Android smartphone market by storm. A few months back this statement would have sounded like a joke. Not anymore. After Moto X, Motorola is now looking to stretch its arms globally with the all new Moto G - a mid-level phone with a low-end price tag, aimed towards selling in more markets across the world.