|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Thursday, 14 November 2013|
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.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Thursday, 14 November 2013|
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.
|Written by Harpreet | Wednesday, 13 November 2013|
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.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Wednesday, 13 November 2013|
There were two notables in the just released Q3 report on the mobile phone industry by the International Data Corporation (IDC) – Android touched a historic high, and phablet sales continued to rise. Both are interlinked, as the IDC analysis has shown.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Monday, 11 November 2013|
In September this year, Chinese handset maker Oppo had unveiled its flagship phone, the N1 smartphone, a 5.9-inch Android instrument with a full HD display and a 13-megapixel camera.