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End of Adobe Flash Development for Android and BlackBerry

End of Adobe Flash Development for Android and BlackBerryOne of the main arguments against iOS Android fans is support for Flash on mobile devices with Google’s operating system. In the future, this argument is omitted, however, because Adobe has announced the end of the Flash player for smartphones and tablets, including Android and BlackBerry.

According to Adobe ZDNet in last night on the first partner has further set of information.When it comes to Adobe upcoming mobile browser, operating system or device configuration are not supported by the Flash plugin. An adaptation of the player will no longer take place, only critical security updates will still publish it just in case.

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Samsung Puts the Arrow Passing on Nokia and Apple

Samsung Puts the Arrow Passing on Nokia and Apple

With a 23% share, Samsung is the new leader of the smartphone market. Nokia and Apple decline to 14.4% and 14.6%.

Samsung Puts the Arrow Passing on Nokia and Apple

Samsung has unveiled its quarterly earnings, revealing a surprising growth in the smartphone market . Year after year, the company has literally quadrupled the number of smart-phones sold: it is passed from 7 million to 28 million units. Earlier this month, Samsung announced

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Losers choose iPhone

Losers Choose iPhone ?

Losers choose iPhoneEmployees YouGov conducted a survey, which allowed to know what phone models are usually the consumers who are trying to appear more abrupt than it actually is.

The study found that the owners of iPhone very often want to appear richer than it actually is. The researchers found that one in five of the owner of the phone Apple uses in its overdraft credit cards.

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Sprint’s Updates About Upcoming Gadgets in 2012

Sprints Updates-About-Upcoming-Gadgets-in-2012If you were  hopeing that the Apple announcement of Tuesday would be trumped by an exclusive iPhone5 on Sprint you were wrong. The confirmation from company that no new handsets would be shown off at its Strategy Event. Instead, the carrier is specializing in how it intends to bundle all of these separate radios — CDMA, LTE, WiMAX  into a future device line up.

Emphasizing the requirement for an enhanced user expertise over 4G technology selling, the operator stressed a commitment to supporting existing WiMAX subs.

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Bitcasa Introduces Infinite Disk Space in the Internet Cloud

Bitcasa Introduces Infinite Disk Space in the Internet Cloud

Bitcasa Introduces Infinite Disk Space in the Internet Cloud

Bitcasa Promises customers to sell unlimited storage space in its data centre. The Have used Extra Ordinary “Clever Compression Algorithms”.

Although hard drives are steadily increasing, but more and more multimedia data to ensure that their capacity to run out again. A possible solution to the problem now wants the American start-up Bitcasa introduce: The company promises customers an infinite amount of space in their server in the Internet cloud.

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"Portico" A Touch Tablet without a touchscreen

“Portico” A Touch Tablet without Touch-Screen

 "Portico"  A Touch Tablet without a touchscreenResearchers at the University of Washington have developed a new tablet that can recognize gestures and objects that are outside the screen area.

A team of scientists from the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle is currently working with engineers from Intel and Microsoft on a novel gesture control system for tablet computers, which goes well beyond what is currently possible with normal touch screen. The project, called Portico lead to devices that can be operated much simpler than current mobile devices, because they have more space than the regular screen.

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Nokia Will Soon Launch The Windows Phone

Nokia Will Soon Launch its First Windows Phone

Good news for all those who await the new version of the Windows operating system Phone model and the first smartphone from the Finnish manufacturer WP7.

Nokia Will Soon Launch The Windows Phone

Recently we reported that Nokia’s first smartphone with Windows Phone does not appear until early 2012. MobileTechWorld gives, however, that this date applies to the U.S. and Australia. For the six European countries, Finnish smartphone with Windows is expected in mid-October, it is not known whether this group should also Poland. Partially confirmed information on Twitter itself Nokia.

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Windows and Android on Viewsonic’s ViewPad 10 Tablet

Viewsonic’s new tablet has a unique answer for cutomers who are still clinging to Microsoft’s Windows, even as Google’s Android operating system gains traction: It has both options.

Windows and Android on Viewsonic's ViewPad 10 Tablet

 The ViewPad ten may be a dual-boot unit. It will launch either Windows seven or Android as you begin the pc.Out of the box, the specs are spectacular. The ViewPad encompasses a ten.1-inch show, that is larger than the iPad’s nine.7 inches. It weighs but two pounds, has in-built Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and is full of a comparatively quick Intel one.66 GHz processor. It prices $599 for the 16-gigabyte version, and $679 for double the memory.The ViewPad encompasses a built-in camera, however the resolution is simply one.3 megapixels, well wanting what the iPhone and alternative smartphones supply.

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