Google To Stop Updating Chrome For Android 4.0
Mar04

Google To Stop Updating Chrome For Android 4.0

Google has announced plans to stop updating Chrome for Android 4.0. The company said that Chrome 42 will be the last version of its mobile browser to run on devices that still use Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, according to ever reliable TechCrunch. “In the last year, we’ve seen the number of Chrome users running ICS drop by thirty percent. Developing new features on older phones has become increasingly challenging, and supporting...

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Google Confirms Plans To Offer Wireless Service
Mar03

Google Confirms Plans To Offer Wireless Service

Google has finally confirmed its plans to offer wireless service, though this will be different from phone carriers, according to the New York Times. However, the tech giant hopes to work with existing carriers to provide the services on the networks. Google’ objective, according to Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of the company, is to provide a proof of concept for a phone service that fuses with Wi-Fi and cellular networks...

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Microsoft Displays Lumia 640 And Lumia 640 XL Phones
Mar02

Microsoft Displays Lumia 640 And Lumia 640 XL Phones

For the first time, Microsoft has showed off its Windows 10 for phones and has continued to reveal its plans for affordable Lumia phones that emerging phone markets will find attractive; and of course, not to leave out the growing prepaid phone market in the United States. According to the New York Times, the new Microsoft Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL are brightly colored. They can also be upgraded to Windows 10 when the mobile...

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Google Reportedly Working On A Mobile Payment Service Called Android Pay
Mar02

Google Reportedly Working On A Mobile Payment Service Called Android Pay

In a bid not to be outdone by its rivals, Google is reportedly working on a mobile payment service, which Ars Technica called Android Pay. A source close to Ars Technica said the company is working on the service, and will make an official announcement at its I/O developer conference later this year. The soon to be launched service, according to the report, will create a way for companies to accept transactions through their apps...

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Samsung Takes On Apple Pay With New Payment Service Called Pay
Mar02

Samsung Takes On Apple Pay With New Payment Service Called Pay

South Korean smartphone manufacturing company, Samsung on Sunday announced the launch of its payment service called Pay, which will allow you to pay for goods and services by waving your smartphone near the register instead of swiping your credit card. The company also unveiled the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, which will be the first set of smartphones to boast of the Pay feature. The new service will first be launched in South...

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Samsung Announces New Version Of The Gear VR
Mar02

Samsung Announces New Version Of The Gear VR

Samsung on Sunday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona announced a new version of the Gear VR, its virtual reality headset. The Gear VR Innovator is designed for use with the newly unveiled Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. It will allow users to immerse themselves in watching high-resolution films, TV shows, and scrolling through photos, according to The Telegraph. The new headset, which features a 96 degree field of view, is 15 percent...

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