|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.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Friday, 08 November 2013|
Sales of low-cost smartphones, along with other factors could affect the growth of Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ COM), one of the world’s largest suppliers of everything from smartphones to silicon chips. Some of the world’s global brands like Apple and Samsung use Qualcomm chips.
|Written by Harpreet | Friday, 08 November 2013|
Apple released a new operating system OS X Mavericks last night and made it available to everyone for free, for the first time ever. While the new operating system has been more of a background refresh, there have been stock app refreshes which haven’t entirely pleased all users. The default Mail app on Mavericks was a nightmare for Gmail users.