|Written by Harpreet | Thursday, 20 March 2014|
We saw it coming, and Google finally decided to make it public. The company announced Android Wear, an extension of its popular mobile operating system for wearables. Smartwatches and fitness wrist bands are the hottest new products in the technology market. Companies like Samsung, Pebble, Qualcomm, and others have already launched their versions of a wearable computing device in the market.
|Written by Preetam Kaushik | Saturday, 15 March 2014|
IT, especially, mobile devices, has changed the way employees work. They prefer to use mobile devices to access data and information to enhance productivity. Many corporate and organizations have now started encouraging BYOD or bring your own device and COPE or corporate owned personally enabled mobile device strategy to empower employees and enable them to be more productive.
|Written by Harpreet | Wednesday, 12 March 2014|
Google will be releasing a developer SDK that will enable companies to create wearable devices that run on Android. The announcement came from the SXSQ conference where Google’s senior vice president of Android and Chrome, Sundar Pichai, revealed how the company is focussed on supporting wearables.
|Written by Harpreet | Tuesday, 11 March 2014|
Apple’s biggest update to iOS has just received a fresh update — iOS 7.1 — to fix previous issues, and make some welcome enhancements to what the company calls “the most advanced mobile operating system”. iOS 7.1 packs a bunch of improvements when it comes to user interface, animations and transitions, apart from other cosmetic changes.
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 10 March 2014|
Last month Nokia announced a brand new portfolio of devices — Nokia X — that run on a forked version of Google’s mobile operating system Android. With these new phones, Nokia is aiming to bring Android apps to their smartphone users with a low cost to entry. Today the company launched Nokia X in India, with a promise of launching Nokia X+ and Nokia XL in another 60 days.