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Apple Scoops Nokia Lumia Camera Design Engineer, Tips Hand At Next Gen Efforts

Source: Business Balla | May 9 2014, 2:07pm CDT | by Forbes

The iPhone 6 may be close at hand, with its design likely having been set long ago, but it’s becoming apparent that...
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In Two Sentences, Satya Nadella Explains How Microsoft Will REALLY Take On Android, iOS (MSFT)

Oct 20 2014 11:43am CDT | Source: Business Insider

No one needs to be told that mobile devices are the future of computing — smartphones, tablets, wearables — least of all Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella. He'll be the first one to tell you that Microsoft is focused on a "mobile-first, cloud-first world." So how will Nadella get some game in that world, which looks to be all but won by Apple's iOS and Google's Android? He's got a different definition of "mobility." It's not abo ...
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Spanish nurse cured of Ebola
Madrid, Oct 21 (Xinhua) Spanish nursing auxiliary Teresa Romero was pronounced cured of the Ebola virus disease according to World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines after the results of a second test confirmed Tuesday that she no longer had the virus in her blood. | by IANS
 
Clinical trials of Ebola vaccine start Nov 1 in Switzerland
Geneva, Oct 21 (IANS/EFE) The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced Tuesday that it will begin clinical trials Nov 1 in Switzerland of one of the two anti-Ebola vaccines currently under development. | by IANS
 
Colombia to launch world's first floating gas liquefaction plant
Bogota, Oct 21 (IANS/EFE) The world's first floating gas liquefaction plant is due to begin operating next year off the coast of northern Colombia under a pact between Canada-based Pacific Rubiales Energy and Belgian shipbuilder Exmar. | by IANS
 
 

Microsoft app lets you adjust Pen pressure sensitivity on Surface Pro 3

Oct 13 2014 5:40am CDT | Source: BetaNews

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is one of the greatest tablets for content creators. It can run full-blown software like AutoCAD, Lightroom, Office and Photoshop because Windows 8.1 runs the show, it rivals ultrabooks in the speed department, can double as a laptop with a Type Cover attached, offers good battery life thanks to efficient processors and, on top of all this, ships with a neat stylus as well, out-of-the-box, wh ...
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The Most Important Things Everyone Should Consider Before Buying A Smartphone

Oct 11 2014 7:28am CDT | Source: Business Insider

Buying a phone can be difficult. If you're shopping for a phone on contract, you're committed to that device for two whole years. And even if you're not on contract, you'll want to keep your phone for a while to at least get your money's worth. There are a few important questions you should consider before buying a smartphone. Factors like price, size, and the type of software and app selection are all crucial to the overall experience. First, choose a carrie ...
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The Totally Useless Patent Wars

Oct 6 2014 2:59pm CDT | Source: Business Insider

Patent litigation costs companies millions of dollars in time and lawyer fees, but just how effective are the “patent wars” anyway? Florian Mueller, the founder of the FOSS Patents blog, analyzed 222 smartphone patent assertions — with Android being a major target of many of them — only to find that 90% of those cases have gone absolutely nowhere. According to Mueller's data, which was charted for us by BI Intelligence, about half (49%) of the assertions have failed thus far, whil ...
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3 Terrible Strategies for Companies Seeking Growth

Oct 6 2014 8:00am CDT | Source: Harvard Business Review

Some call it a depression. Some call it a never-ending recession. Some call it a disconnect or a decoupling. Some call it a not-quite recovery. Here’s the truth. Econ doesn’t have a word for whatever we’re in…because whatever we’re in flouts the so-called laws of economics. Quarterly results look great; job growth is “up;” and financial markets are ebullient. So why are so many still worse off than they were befo ...
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Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 [Review]

Oct 6 2014 2:31am CDT | Source: BetaNews

Nowadays, all major operating systems are great. Regardless of your preference, it cannot be denied that Windows, OS X, iOS, Android and many Linux distributions are amazing feats of technology. It is not uncommon for me and many others to use multiple operating systems every day. While Windows is what I use mostly for getting work done, Android is my smartphone OS of choice, and the iPad is my bedtime entertainment computer. It is not necessary to li ...
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Fighting Ebola Means Managing Fear

Oct 2 2014 10:00am CDT | Source: Tom Davenport

The worst-ever outbreak of Ebola — a hemorrhagic fever that has in the past killed nine out of 10 people that contract it — is raging through the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, with consequences so dire that the Liberian Minister of Defense characterized it as “… spreading like wildfire, devouring everything in its path.” In this so-called Hot Zone, a term made famous by the 1994 book, more than 2,000 Africans of all ages and from various ...
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