Android Soon To Emerge As The World’s Most Popular OS

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Google’s mobile OS, Android is supposedly set to emerge as the king of operating systems after conquering over 37.3% of devices globally. Windows stood just a little behind Android, at 38.4% where as Apple’s iPhone came in third at 12.99%. Stat Counter, a web analytics company, monitored the worlwide web traffic and found that Android came very close to matching Windows’ market share last month. Read More

Samsung To Launch Galaxy X, The First Foldable Smartphone

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Samsung is supposedly launching a new smartphone that is rumored to have a foldable display. The leak came in from the ongoing MWC 2017 where Samsung Samsung shared a teaser at the end of the press conference on Sunday, inviting customers to ‘unbox their phones, ‘ an apparent reference to handset’s super-slim bezels. Read More

Apple’s iPhone Could Soon Feature The Google Assistant

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Google Assistant marked its debut to the Android Phones last year with the launch of Pixel and Pixel-XL phone models. It was first exclusive just for the Pixel models but eventually the feature rolled out to a lot of other Android running devices. With the flawless functionality of Google Assistant, latest rumors reveal that Apple is soon going to introduce the same in the forthcoming iPhone devices.  Read More

Apple Patents Fingerprint Reading Touchscreen For The iPhone 8

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Apple’s rumored iPhone 8 will feature a new type of display technology that will let Apple build TouchID directly into the display. It will allow you to rest your thumb or finger on the display itself to take a fingerprint reading. Apple’s radical design will make the iPhone feature an all-display frontage. The technology, described in a filing made public Tuesday by the US Patent and Trade Office, will replace the physical home button that’s traditionally occupied the space below the iPhone’s screen. Read More

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Apple Will Launch Shark Tank Styled Show For Apps

 

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At the Code Media Conference, Apple’s head of content, Eddy Cue, announced the debut of the company’s very own TV show titled ‘Planet of the Apps’ which will presumably arrive exclusively on the Apple Music this spring.  Eddy Cue sat down alongside Ben Silverman for an interview. Silverman is one of the minds behind the show, making the series a central topic of the interview. Read More