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Samsung to release Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress?

South Korean giant Samsung has hinted at the launch of its new Galaxy S5 in February 2014. Invitations have been sent out by the company for an ‘Unpacked’ event, as the pressure increases on the top end of smartphone business. There are...
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Satya Nadella to be next CEO of Microsoft?

One of the senior executives of Microsoft, Satya Nadella might soon become the new CEO of the tech giant and replace the current CEO Steve Ballmer. Media reports said on January 31, 2014 that the process of selecting the new leader at the US-based...
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Samsung and Apple clash over possible ban on smartphone sales

South Korean giant Samsung was looking to defeat US-based company Apple’s demand for a permanent sales ban of certain Samsung handsets, while arguing in court on January 30, 2014. Samsung argued that Apple’s request was an attempt to create...
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Google selling Motorola smartphone business to Lenovo

Following a takeover by Google, Motorola has lost about $2 billion. Since the takeover, the company also significantly reduced its workforce, from 20,000 to 3,800. The search engine giant has now decided to sell Motorola smartphone business...
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Ericsson and Samsung reach agreement, end legal disputes

South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung and telecommunications network giant Ericsson have finally reached an agreement in order to end all legal disputes related to patents. Ericsson stated on January 27, 2014 that the deal includes an...
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Google’s Gmail service faces outage on January 24, 2014

Certain services of search engine giant Google went down for a number of users across the globe, including India. The internet giant was fast enough to rectify the issue, in addition to releasing an apology via its Google Plus account. In the...
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Apple’s Mac computer turns 30 on January 24, 2014

US-based tech giant Apple managed to change the world of home computing with the Macintosh, before the introduction of iPhones and iPads. The popular desktop device – most commonly referred to as the Mac – turned 30 on January 24,...
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US propose new child car seats guidelines

Officials from the National Highway Safety Administration (NHSA) stated on January 22, 2014 that they need to establish protocols on making child car seats. Many times, parents are taking for granted the fact that their child will be safe when...
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Subcompact vehicles score poorly in latest crash tests

The latest crash tests of subcompact cars were performed by an insurance industry group and out of 12 vehicles tested, none of them managed to get the highest rating of ‘good’ from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Chevrolet...
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Microsoft to offer storing users’ data to overseas customers

US-based tech giant Microsoft has said that overseas users will be enabled to have their personal data stored in non-US data centers. Media reports stated on January 22, 2014 that this will be the most radical move so far by a US tech company...