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Xiaomi Smartphone Maker is Apple and Samsungs New Rival [Video]


Xiaomi is a Chinese phone company that is growing massively. They plan to outsell Apple in China and slowly take over the world of Smartphone industry. This video by Bloomberg shows details how the company is managing its low price Smartphones and strategy to challenge Apple and Samsung. They sell high build quality device running  on Android Operating System.

 

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Amazon announces new device unveiling, expected to be a 3D smartphone [Video]


Amazon has just announced revealing a new device at a press event in Seattle on June 18th, 2014. Many tech experts believe it could be a 3D smartphone. The company posted a video showing some reactions of users to the new device. Lets see…

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Canada’s Mobile in Flight Restrictions are Relaxed


Canadian’s Transport Minister, Lisa Raitt, announced Monday that Canada will follow the United States and the European Union’s lead and relax some restrictions in regards to the use of mobile devices while on their airplanes while in flight, while maintaining a banned on the actual transmitting of information.

Apple Taps Into Twitter, Buying Social Analytics Firm Topsy


Apple recently acquired social-media analytics firm Topsy Labs Inc. for more than $200 million, according to people familiar with the matter. Topsy specializes in analyzing the global conversation on Twitter. Its tools can decipher how often a term is tweeted, find an influential person on a specific subject, or measure the exposure of an event or campaign.

White House Asks Federal Communications Commission (FCC) To Support Phone Unlocking


White House has already shown its support for the legalization of smartphone unlocking, but it is asking the FCC to follow suit. Earlier in the year, the Librarian of Congress declined to renew an exemption that would legalize phone unlocking. A ruling in favor from the FCC would override the Librarian’s previous decision.

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