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Motorola looks to take market share from China rivals

Motorola, the mobile handset maker bought by China's Lenovo Group Ltd from Google Inc for $2.9 billion, is optimistic about its prospects in the Chinese market, its president told Reuters. Lenovo's acquisition, completed three months ago, ended Google's move into the consumer mobile handset business. The deal has turned personal computer-maker Lenovo into a challenger in the higher-end smartphone market, competing with Samsung Electronics and Apple Inc. "The (Chinese) market itself is so big here and Motorola has no share today,...

Google to start cell phone service

Google to start cell phone service

Imagine one day buying an Android smartphone not through Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile -- but with Google Wireless. That day could be coming soon reports CNN. Google (GOOGL, Tech30) will start selling cell phone service along with its Android phones, according to multiple news reports. This has been a long time coming. For years,...

Internet will vanish: Google boss

Internet will vanish: Google boss

The end of the Internet is drawing near—or at least the Internet as we know it, reports CNBC. That's according to someone who knows a lot about the Internet. While speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday, Google's executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, said the current Internet will seem to vanish...

Bangladesh gets Google Street View

Bangladesh gets Google Street View

The streets and sites of Capital Dhaka & Port City Chittagong are now open for anyone to roam virtually – thanks to Google Street View. Google Street View, a free map-based service from Google that provides panoramic views from streets and sites, is widely popular amongst the travels and tech enthusiast worldwide. A good portion...

  

Microsoft looks to windows 10 for a jolt in mobile realm

Microsoft looks to windows 10 for a jolt in mobile realm

Optimism is a renewable resource at Microsoft. In 2011, the company, in a belated attempt to catch up with Apple and Google in the smartphone world, announced a partnership with Nokia, the Finnish device maker, according to a New York Times report. “There are other mobile ecosystems,” Nokia and Microsoft executives said in a joint...

Google leading talks to buy Softcard

Google leading talks to buy Softcard

Google is leading talks to acquire Softcard, a troubled mobile payments company that is being eyed by a number of potential suitors, said people familiar with the matter, reports UK-based daily Financial Times. The search engine giant is interested in buying the small payments group controlled by a consortium of US telecom companies for...

Google's Android One rolls out to Bangladesh

Google's Android One rolls out to Bangladesh

Android One, the Google-developed platform designed to bring its mobile operating system to developing countries around the world, is expanding outside of India, including Bangladesh. Last Thursday, Micromax in association with Google launched the very first Android One powered handset ‘Canvas A1’ in the market.   This model of handset is now available for purchase...

Google may open own campus in Hyderabad

Google may open own campus in Hyderabad

Internet giant Google plans to open its own "permanent and big" campus in Hyderabad and is set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Telangana government shortly to take up the venture, reports NDTV. "We are likely to sign MoU with Google. They are likely to open their campus here in Hyderabad....

Big reason to choose android over iPhone

Big reason to choose android over iPhone

Google's new Android software comes with an important feature for photography enthusiasts: the ability to shoot raw images, reports Business Insider. This means users will be able to see what photos look like before the phone's camera processes it and translates it to a JPEG file. The ability to shoot in raw is common on...

Yahoo to replace Google for search on Firefox

Yahoo to replace Google for search on Firefox

Tech giant Yahoo will now replace online leader Google as the default search engine on Firefox's internet browsers in the US. Yahoo said it would launch a "clean, modern and immersive design" search engine for Firefox users starting in December. The news comes as Google's arrangement with Firefox maker Mozilla nears an end after a...

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