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Microsoft’s Mission Statement: More Services and PC, Less Mobile

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In a recent email addressing employees, provided by Geekwire, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, set out the company’s mission statement. Business and Productivity, the cloud, and more personal computing were the core tenets which the company will focus on for the future. Despite mentioning that it will concentrate on bringing many of its services across devices, there was clearly a greater ...

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iOS Spotlight: Blades of Brim

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Blades of Brim is the newest release from SYBO Games, the minds behind the massively successful Subway Surfers. The game takes the endless runner concepts that made Subway Surfers so successful and builds on them to create an addicting experience that definitely deserves a spot on your smartphone – it’s currently the most addicting endless runner available. Just like Subway Surfers, Sonic Rush, Temple Run, and other games ...

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Adobe Design Apps Headed To Android

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Adobe’s array of mobile apps—previously available on iOS—has made the jump to Android as well. As reported by Engagdget all of the apps are free and available on Google Play. Those with a subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud service “can take advantage of desktop compatibility and cloud storage for all of the stuff created while on the go.” There are ...

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Twitter brings its “Experiments” beta to IOS

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In 2013, Twitter released a beta they called the “Experiment Program” to Android devices. Only those who accepted the invite for the program on their notifications would become part of the beta, which involves getting new builds to Twitter and being able to test them out before they are officially released. While this caused some buggy issues with those that ...

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Is Razer poised to purchase OUYA?

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OUYA, the home console based around Android, has had a rough ride; but if new rumours are to be believed, its worries may be coming to an end. Razer, best known for their enthusiast level PC peripherals, are entering the Android-based console market with their Razer Forge TV console – and are poised to take over OUYA for $10million, if ...

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Facebook Lite has been announced for Android

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Today the largest social media company in the world has just made another step forward with the announcement of Facebook Lite. This application, only available for Android, takes the Facebook experience and cuts it down to its most essential key points, so as to diminish the amount of data being used. The idea of Facebook Lite is not only helpful ...

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Leaked: Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

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Want Samsung’s Galaxy S6, but need that extra utility only offered by sport-orientated devices? Then Samsung’s latest entry in its ‘Active’ range of devices might be the phone for you. Teased by the US carrier, AT&T, to launch soon – the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active will feature all the tech you would usually expect from a sports orientated device. Like ...

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OnePlus Product event won’t launch the OnePlus 2

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June 1st, the date of OnePlus product event, will not feature the enigmatic company’s latest flagship. OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, dashed any hopes that the new phone will be available tomorrow as a result of the event. Instead, a Q3 launch this year was given; this means that the sequel to last years budget wonder will be available between June1st ...

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Google will answer queries as you type

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Google will begin rolling out a new feature for mobile users of its search app which answers queries as you type. It’s another attempt by the Search giant to streamline the way we interact with the internet – on our mobile devices at least. Now you won’t even have to finish typing ‘how tall is the Eiffel tower?’ before you ...

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