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    Microsoft Readying Windows 10 Updates for Older Lumia's

    We now that various Microsoft Lumia smartphones running Windows Phone 8.1 are in line to receive Windows 10 Mobile. The latest build of platform has rolled out on the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL flagships and it now seems as though Microsoft is readying to roll out the new software to some older Lumia models. More

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    Google Says Nexus Orders on First Come First Served Basis, it?s not Ture

    Google has got into a tangle with some of its Nexus customer thanks to a tweet the company sent out last night. The social media excerpt in question saw the company say that Nexus orders are being fulfilled in the order in which they were received. Nothing wrong with that you may think, but many customers took to twitter to say that the statement was simply untrue. More

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    Pebble Round Launching November 8

    Pebble, one of the first wearable brands, expanded into the round faced smartwatch with the announcement of the Pebble Round back in September. If you have been waiting for the chance to buy the device then your wait will soon be over as Pebble has announced that the Round will be making its debut on November 8 in the United States. More

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    Android 6.0 Marshmallow Creeps onto Android Market Share Data

    Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest full release of Google's mobile operating system, is making its presence felt on the market through the first week of November. The data for Android distribution is in and Marshmallow has helped itself to a 0.3% of the market, while KitKat is still way out in front. More

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    Huawei G7 Plus is an Interesting Mid-Range Handset

    Chinese brands are usually where it's at if you want bang for your buck, with handsets from the country usually well spec'd and well made, even if there are usually compromises along the way. Huawei is certainly one of the companies that fit that ethos, and the third largest smartphone brand in the world is showing that again with the G7 Plus. More

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    ZTE Nubia Z9 Max Elite Moves Through TENAA

    ZTE has a new flagship worthy handset on the horizon, and it has just passed through China's product certification center, TENAA. The device is the Nubia Z9 Max Elite and its passage through TENAA meas it is probably going to be launched soon, even sometime this month we guess. More

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    Huawei Watch Debuts in United Kingdom

    We like the Huawei Watch, it is one of the best Android Wear smartwatches on the market, not to mention one of the very best looking wearables available. Consumers in the United Kingdom can now get a taste of the Huawei Watch as the device is rolling out in the nation right now. More

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    Samsung's Tizen Tops BlackBerry as Fourth Largest Mobile Platform

    Samsung received some huge news today as it was revealed the company's own Tizen platform as overtaken BlackBerry as the fourth largest mobile platform on the market. That is according to Strategy Analytics (which is always right by the way), with Samsung's OS apparently surpassing BlackBerry during the third quarter running June 1 through September 30. More

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    Facebook Mobile Advertising Revenue Grows

    Facebook made the decision to transition to a mobile focused company and since then has continued to grow that side of the business. Through the third quarter of 2015 Facebook's mobile ambitions continued to bear fruit as the company revealed 78% of its revenue through advertising came from mobile. More

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    Android Celebrating 8th Birthday Today

    Get the party poppers out and dance the night away as Google is celebrating an important milestone in the life of Android. The largest operating system on the market is now enjoying the festivities of Android's 8th birthday. Yes, it is hard to believe that the platform has been with us for that long, and it has come a very long way since those beginnings in 2007. More

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    BlackBerry Getting Serious about Android Security for the Priv

    One of the questions surrounding the BlackBerry Priv flagship is how the company will manage to implement its market leading security nous on the Android platform. That should be the notoriously unsecure Android platform as 98 per cent of all mobile based malware attacks happen on Google's platform. Today BlackBerry has said how it will make sure the Priv upholds the company?s excellent security reputation. More

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    Samsung Still Restructuring Smartphone Business

    There has been plenty of analysis about Samsung current market position, with the company still out in front but sales generally declining. The Korean giant is still thriving, but there are some who even suggest that the company may leave the smartphone business entirely. The CEO of Samsung Electronics Kwon Oh-hyun has now said that the company is still in the process of restructuring in the wake of a tough 2014. More

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    Xiaomi Mi 5 to Launch Next Month with Snapdragon 820 Processor

    We know by now that Xiaomi is holding off launching its Mi 5 flagship as the company awaits the launch of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. It has been a long wait too as the Mi 4 is looking a little long in the tooth and is already over a year old. There is some light at the end of the tunnel for Xiaomi fans though as a report today suggests that the Mi 5 will launch on December 3. More

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    Editorial: Tablets sinking so why not Target the PC?

    Apple's tumbling iPad sales may have made Android fans happy, but the humor will not live long as the tablet market as a whole is in what is increasingly seeming like terminal decline. Digitimes Research and TrendForce say that all tablets will decline over the fourth quarter and through the first period of 2016, whether it is a slate from Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, or the myriad other companies. More

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    Samsung Sales Decline in India

    India may just appear like just another market that Samsung dominates, but it is much more than that; it is arguably the most important smartphone market right now. It will probably worry Samsung that its place at the top of the Indian pile is being disintegrated, something the company has had to contend with in other markets. More



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