August 2013 | Mobile Liker

Monthly Archive: August 2013

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Skype Needs to Increase Its Growth Level

Running my business from Sweden, the ecosystem has always been founded on companies like Ericsson, who set the standards for the industry. But when Skype was bought by Microsoft in 2011 for $2.6bn, it totally changed that ecosystem. It inspired...

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US-made Phones In Cheap price

Motorola’s new Moto X phone doesn’t cost more to make simply because it’s assembled in Texas, research firm IHS said Wednesday. The Moto X is the first smartphone to carry the “Made in the USA” designation. Labor costs are higher...

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Chinese smartphone hires “Hugo Barra”

TOKYO: In a sign of the rising export ambitions of the Chinese mobile phone industry, a smartphone maker called Xiaomi said Thursday that it had hired a top executive away from Google to lead its international expansion plans. The executive,...

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Review Of Exclusive Huawei Ascend Mate

Huawei Ascend Mate review Product Huawei Ascend MateWebsite Huawei Specifications 6.1in 720×1280 IPS+ LCD touchscreen, quad-core 1.5GHz Huawei K3V2 processor, 2GB RAM, 8GB internal storage with microSD expansion up to 32GB, 8MP rear camera, 1MP front camera, GSM/3G/4G, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi,...

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Mobile Apps Growing Market Increasing in India

India is the third largest app growing market and rising to be a global app superpower, according to Vserv.mobi. Vserv.mobi is a Mobile Ad Network for app developers, advertisers, publishers, and telcos, with a strong presence in emerging markets. The...

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Some Tech Policies You Need to Know

Feds back away from forced decryption — for now. Federal prosecutors are no longer demanding that a suspect in a child pornography case decrypt his hard drives after investigators managed to crack the drives themselves, Wired reports. While the government...

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Google’s New Apps Stored Address

Google became one of the first American companies to take advantage of newly loosened U.S. sanctions against Iran. With a Google Plus post, the search giant announced that it was offering its Play store to Iranian citizens, allowing them to...

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Facebook has Charged $20m to Leak Stories

A US judge ruled on Monday that Facebook must pay out $20 million to settle a class-action lawsuit. The suit was taken out by Facebook users whose pictures were used in “sponsored stories” adverts without their permission. The money will...

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New Tools for Twitter

One of the coolest things about Twitter is how open it is. The company has published the specs for accessing the service, so that outsiders can write their own Twitter programs (Twitterific, Tweetie, Tweetdeck and so on)–and create Web sites...

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Internet Radio Service Pandora’s Shares Fell Down

Internet radio service Pandora Media says that rising expenditures to acquire music and expand its sales force would push fiscal 2014 earnings below analyst expectations. The company also backtracked on a 40-hour monthly limit on free music streaming that was...

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Behind the Scene Story of Apple’s Best Valiant Leaders

Shortly after signing on as chief operating officer (COO) at Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg was looking to connect with people in a similar role – No. 2 to a brilliant and passionate young founder. She called Tim Cook. “He basically explained...

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The Ultimate PS4 will be launched by Sony

JAPANESE CONSOLE MAKER Sony has announced that it will launch its Playstation 4 (PS4) games console on 29 November in Europe and 15 November in North America. Sony Computing Entertainment Europe group CEO and president Andrew House revealed the release...

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The Spy of WikiLeaks is sentenced to 35 years in prison

Whistleblower Bradley Manning could be free in just over 10 years after being convicted of the US’s biggest leak of military secrets. The 25-year-old soldier was yesterday jailed for 35 years but will be eligible for parole after serving a...