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Mobile Apps Are the New Network TV, Without the Ad Dollars

Ashesh Shah - May 20, 2013

Researcher Flurry reported on Thursday that the audience for mobile apps has hit 58 million in primetime — 8 p.m. — a figure that rivals that of…

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Global IT Spend Will Rise 4.1% To $3.8 Trillion In 2013, ‘A Calm Ocean With Turbulent Currents’, With Mobile Driving Growth

Ashesh Shah - Apr 02, 2013

Gartner has just released its annual projections on worldwide IT spend over the next two years, covering sales in hardware, software, enterprise and telecoms. The overall trends…

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Apple to reject apps that use UDIDs, don’t support Retina, iPhone 5 displays as of May 1st

Ashesh Shah - Mar 25, 2013

Apple has finally placed a deadline on its rejection of apps that use UDIDs. As of May 1st, Apple will no longer accept new apps that use…

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Apple Buys a Start-Up for Its Voice Technology

Ashesh Shah - Apr 30, 2010

Apple continued its migration into Google’s turf on Wednesday with the acquisition of Siri, a mobile application that allows users to perform Web searches by voice command…

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Nokia launches first open source Symbian phone

Ashesh Shah - Apr 27, 2010

The first handset to use the Symbian operating system since it became open source has been announced by Nokia The N8 phone has a 12 megapixel camera…

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Nokia introduces new Qwerty devices

Ashesh Shah - Apr 27, 2010

Nokia on Monday launched three new Qwerty devices (with keypad similar to a computer keyboard) and also introduced a new version of its messaging service with free…

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Forget the GPad – is Google building a server chip

Ashesh Shah - Apr 24, 2010

So, Google borged a mystery chip designer that was working on "some kind of server," and the web is convinced the Chocolate Factory is merely interested in…

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Network disconnect

Ashesh Shah - Apr 22, 2010

Yaari, Ibibo, BigAdda, Indyarocks, Fropper, Desimartini.... The list does not end here. But many of these India-based social networking sites (SNS) which launched their high-decibel marketing plans…

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Hanvon Shows Off A New Multi-Touch Tablet

Ashesh Shah - Apr 22, 2010

Chinese-based company Hanvon has recently showed off their newest multi-touch tablet called the F10 TouchPad. Powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, the device sports a…

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New technology to give Internet advertising a boost

Ashesh Shah - Apr 21, 2010

Washington, April 20 (ANI): Scientists at the University of Toronto have developed a new technology that promises to give a boost to Internet advertising. Placing Internet ads…