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With Tim Cook as the new face of Apple the release date of iPhone 5 marks the de facto kickoff. The days leading to the changes are already a foot. Information related to the iPhone 5 is surfacing now days, from left and right as the photos taken with this device is of Sprint compatibility. [...]
The future iPhone will have the feature to identify the person by sound of their voice, which will allow the system to enact custom tailored setting and give you the access to personal content. This concept was revealed a few days ago by US Patent Trademark Office in a new patent application published. This application [...]
Latest news from Apple is that it is currently in the middle of ads production for the iPhone 5 which is releasing in October this year. In past we have become accustomed to this famous ad campaigns by Apple promoting its products. Previously, Apple has made all of its ads on simple yet effective concepts. [...]
Before sometime you have heard the news of location tracking via iPhone. How silly it was that you were being traced with your personal iPhone. This thing could have ruined the Apple’s image in whole of the world. These days Apple iPhone is ranked number one in smartphones industry.
Inside a sign of the fast shift away from non smart phones, Apple has newly become the number-one supplier of mobile phones, as a final point surpassing the Finnish big Nokia as feature phones fall out of manner.
Nokia announced that it has today filed a complaint against Apple with the Federal District Court in Delaware, alleging that Apple’s iPhone infringes Nokia patents for GSM, UMTS and wireless LAN (WLAN) standards. As a leading innovator in wireless communications, Nokia has created one of the strongest and broadest patent portfolios in the industry, investing more than EUR 40 billion in R&D during the last two decades. Much of this intellectual property, including the patents in suit, has been declared essential to industry standards. Nokia has already successfully entered into license agreements including these patents with approximately 40 companies, including virtually all the leading mobile device vendors, allowing the industry to benefit from Nokia’s innovation.
Microsoft and its new best friend, erstwhile rival Nokia, still the world’s biggest smartphone maker despite Apple and RIM though maybe not as chi-chi, have cut a grand long-term global alliance that will see Microsoft support a mobile OS other than Windows Mobile for the very first time.
The move suggests that Microsoft units are starting to adopt more of an “it’s every man for himself, boys” approach to the market.
The two companies said Wednesday that neither of them has ever embarked on an “alliance of this scope and nature” before.
Microsoft is supposed to put Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, as well as other business communications, collaboration and device management software on Nokia’s Symbian operating system next year.
Touchscreen mobile phones are the future of mobile phones by all means. All manufacturers are focusing to strengthen their touchscreen lineup after the huge success of iPhone which showed the power of touchscreens as interface. This is why we are getting to see newer and yet simply designed touchscreen mobile phones these days. Take a [...]