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nokia xLast 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.

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zite appFlipboard today announced that it is acquiring its competitor news app titled Zite from CNN. The announcement comes at a time when Flipboard is welcoming CNN as a content partner. Flipboard says it will integrate Zite’s AI technology and then shut down any further development on the app.

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stripe checkoutMaking online payments on smartphones and Tablets can be frustrating and that’s a pain point that Silicon Valley start-up Stripe wants to address. Stripe is today making a debut of a seamless checkout experience on mobile and web, which enables one click payments for the first time on the payments platform.

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office 365Microsoft today released the Office 365 SDK for Android, apart from a number of other announcements for the Office product. The company is now inviting developers to access Office data from their applications. The SDK will enable APIs that will allow access to SharePoint lists and files, Exchange calendars, contacts, and mail.

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samsung chromebook2Samsung has announced new upcoming Chromebook notebooks which are slightly more expensive than the current models. The latest products are a part of the company’s Chromebook 2 branding, and will come in 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch models. Both these models will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa chips which are ARM based.

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citrix emmCitrix has announced support for Intel Device Protection Technology (Intel DPT) that will allow enterprises to securely manage their Intel based Android based mobile devices. Enterprise customers will be able to receive enhanced hardware and software security using Intel DPT combined with Citrix XenMobile.

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oracle mobile securityOracle has introduced its Oracle Mobile Security Suite that enables secure access of data and applications deployment on mobile devices. With increasingly more people using their mobile devices to access work related data from company databases, there is a growing need for more secure applications deployment and data access on such devices.

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nokia x cloud servicesWhen the first iPhone launched, it sparked a whole new fire within mobile manufacturers. It inspired them to create a product that can match, or possibly even “kill”, the iPhone. It took them some time but companies like Samsung, Sony, HTC, LG, Motorola and even Nokia finally had products in their portfolio that matched the iPhone, at least on paper.

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