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Kabam to Move its F2P Mobile Games to Microsoft’s Windows Devices
/ June 4, 2014 3:34 pm
Kabam to Move its F2P Mobile Games to Microsoft’s Windows Devices

VentureBeat reports that mobile game company Kabam today announced that it will move its free-to-play games to Microsoft’s Windows tablets and phones next year. . Read More

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Intel Processors in 130 New Android and Windows Tablets in 2014
/ June 3, 2014 5:21 pm
Intel Processors in 130 New Android and Windows Tablets in 2014

VentureBeat reports that Intel President Renee James stated today at the Computex computer trade show in Taiwan that Intel processors will be utilized in 130 new Android and Windows tablets in 2014. More than a dozen of those tablets are being launched at Computex. . Read More

Dell to Launch Series of New Android Tablets
/ June 2, 2014 5:51 pm
Dell to Launch Series of New Android Tablets

VentureBeat reports that Dell is launching a series of new Android tablets, 2-in-1 hybrid laptops that appear as Windows tablets, new all-in-one desktops, and multimedia monitors. The line-up includes industrial design, latest processors, and high-tech features into thin machines. Read More

Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Startup Infinit Raises $1.8 Million
/ May 29, 2014 4:34 pm
Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Startup Infinit Raises $1.8 Million

VentureBeat reports that Infinit has raised $1.8 million in its recent round of funding. In announcing the funding in a statement today, Infinit also announced the launch of the first full-featured version of its software, which is accessible for Mac and Windows. The funding confirms the logic behind parting out clouds, which stands out from prevalent file-sharing tools like Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box. Read More

Survey: Android Apps Developed Faster Than iOS, Windows Phone
/ January 14, 2014 2:49 pm
Survey: Android Apps Developed Faster Than iOS, Windows Phone

It takes less time to develop apps for the Android platform than for either iOS or Windows Phone, according to a new survey by Evans Data. Forty-one percent of developers targeting Android said their typical app is finished in one month or less, compared with 36% for iOS and 34% for Windows Phone. On all platforms, the largest part of the time is spent on testing and debugging, except for Firefox and Tizen, where coding takes more time. Read More

Android Captures 81% of Global Market
/ November 1, 2013 4:08 pm
Android Captures 81% of Global Market

VentureBeat reports that global shipments of phones has now crossed 418 million, with smartphones constituting 250 million of the shipments and 81% powered by the Android operating system. “Android’s domination of global smartphone shipments reached a new peak in Q3 2013, with four out of every five smartphones now running Google’s OS,” said Scott Bicheno, an analyst at Strategy Analytics. . Read More

AllThingsD: Windows 8.1 Available to PC Manufacturers at the End of August
/ July 9, 2013 11:54 am
AllThingsD: Windows 8.1 Available to PC Manufacturers at the End of August

All ThingsD reports that Microsoft will make Windows 8.1 available to PC makers by the end of August, so that holiday PCs will have the new software installed. The new edition of Windows will showcase the return of the famous ‘Start’ button, and will address the major shortcomings of Windows 8. Microsoft delivered the preview version of Windows 8.1 last month and the final version of the software will be distributed as a free update by the end of this year. . Read More

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