|Written by Harpreet | Saturday, 19 July 2014|
We all saw this coming, but no one expected a sudden sharp U turn. After announcing a massive layoff affecting 18,000 employees this year, Microsoft came out with a new strategy for its Windows Phone offerings. The company is going to pull the plug on Nokia’s feature phones and Android powered phones with immediate effect.
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 14 July 2014|
Amazon Web Services announced a number of new capabilities for mobile developers that will allow them to easily build, deploy, and scale mobile apps. These new features include Amazon Cognito, Mobile Analytics, and the new unified Mobile Software Development Kit.
|Written by Harpreet | Tuesday, 08 July 2014|
Chinese mobile company Xiaomi, otherwise known as the Apple of China, is now all set to enter India. Xiaomi is known for selling its huge inventory in a matter of minutes in China. The company’s USP is simple — high specifications combined with a small price tag. Xiaomi is entering India with its all new flagship device, the Mi 3.
|Written by Harpreet | Thursday, 03 July 2014|
Salesforce.com has announced a new mobile reports and dashboards tool that will run on the company’s Salesforce1 platform. The tool will enable employees working in sales to access information on the move. This information shall be visible in custom user interface that will be set according to a customer’s requirement.
|Written by Harpreet | Tuesday, 01 July 2014|
At Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference, we heard about an interesting new program that the company has planned for developing markets. Called Android One, the program is aimed to grabbing the next billion smartphone users, hooking them up to an Android experience on a highly affordable device, and probably ultimately converting them into a high-end Android device user.