Thursday, 23 May 2013
According to a study performed by Pew Research Center, teenagers are increasingly finding Facebook a burden. Their "waning enthusiasm" stems from the "drama" and stress of managing their friends and online reputation on Facebook.
In its ongoing legal battles with Samsung, Apple is adding five new patents to its claim. The patents specifically targets Samsung's new S4 and the Google Now service for Android.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Google has announced that Google Checkout will be shut down, and completely replaced by Google Wallet.
Thursday, 16 May 2013
Fuji Xerox will be releasing the SkyDesk PhotoNote app, which is able to digitize analog information such as memos. This information can then be used on the Company’s SkyDesk Services, which is a business communication support service on public cloud targeting small and medium sized businesses (SMBs). Hit the link to find out more.
Adobe Product Manager Tom Hogarty has confirmed in a Google+ Hangout that Adobe has "no plans to make Lightroom subscription-only at any point in the future", in contrast to the rest of Adobe Creative Cloud apps which will be subscription only going forward.
Kicking off Google's I/O conference, Google has announced Google Play All Access, a paid subscription streaming music service that looks set to challenge Spotify.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
At JP Morgan's Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, Microsoft's Windows Division CMO and CFO, Tami Reller, confirmed that the upcoming Windows 8 update, previously codenamed Windows Blue, has now been given the official release name Windows 8.1, and will be a free upgrade for all Windows 8 users.
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Sundar Pichai has given Wired his first interview ever after taking over Andy Rubin as head of Android. In the interview, Pichai talks briefly about the future of Android and Chrome OS, Facebook Home, Kindle Fire, Samsung and Firefox OS.
Google is unifying the storage space across its Gmail, Google Drive and Google + products, giving all users access to a combined 15GB of data to use as they wish.
Monday, 13 May 2013
According a Q1, 2013 report by Canalys, 59.5 percent of all smart devices in the market -- 308.7 million smartphones, tablets and notebooks -- were running Google's Android operating system. Apple was in second place with a 19.3 percent market share and Microsoft had a market share of 18.1, just slightly behind Apple.