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Apple, Google's problematic mobile OS updates

One of the recent iOS updates by Apple was met with public outcry as iPhones were draining battery much quicker than before the update was applied. An update to that update seems to have the same problem. Now Google decided to jump on the same bandwagon — a recent update in the form of Android 4.0 (aka ICS or Ice Cream Sandwich) does the same — sucks the battery empty on Nexus line of phones (N... (read more)

 

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Getting rid of the impeding burden

Personally I adore Google's tactics. They first open myriads of projects, designed for everything that can hardly come into one's mind, then count costs vs. profits and close those least successful. Today the board has announced another series of spin-offs. In the heat of the moment are such portals... (read more)

 

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And the winner i-is...

When I created this community dedicated to Web news, I thought it was going to be the most updated blog out of the three that exist here, but… Nothing of that kind. Today I'd like to amend this oversight and tell you about — unexpectedly… wait for it! — another Google's project. This time the case i... (read more)

 

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Google everywhere

You know, it seems to me that there are no other IT companies in the world besides Google. The then unobtrusive search engine has now turned into a whole empire that creates software and web products, the scope of which embraces, frankly, everything.

This time the giant has made another step on t... (read more)

 

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The next Nexus phone is curved?

Only a few moments after Apple's iPhone 4S announcement took place, Samsung launched a video where you can see what the next Google phone might look like — a heavenly curved body of a phone, which makes it NEW, and by default better than iPhone 4 :-) We will know more details on October 11, 2011.

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Anticipating Google Nexus Prime

According to many rumors, Samsung will be presenting the next Google phone sometimes in October or November at the latest. It will spot 1.5 Ghz processor, 1GB of Ram and 4GB of internal memory, expandable with a microSDHC. It will cost you nearly 750 dollars without a contract.