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Apple Trails Samsung in Smartphone Market

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Apple might make billions on the sale of its smartphones every year, but Samsung still reigns supreme in sales. Samsung ended 2017 with 21.9% market share in the worldwide smartphone market, according to new data released on Tuesday by researcher TrendForce. Samsung shipped more than 310 million units during the period, according to TrendForce. That… Read More »

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Google wants to use AMP to make email more interactive

Google’s AMP format has always been about making mobile pages render faster. But Google is now taking it beyond posts, recipes and how-to articles. Alphabet Inc’s Google on Tuesday plans to demonstrate a software programming system that would enable emails to feature continuously updating information and greater interactivity. Users could see automatically updated flight information… Read More »

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Twitter’s CEO downplays chatter about possible acquisition

Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said on Tuesday that he saw value in the social media network remaining an independent company, downplaying recent speculation by analysts that it could be an acquisition target. “I’ve always thought that there’s a lot of strength to our independence. We can work on every device. We can work… Read More »

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Google to make copyright credits more apparent in image searches

Google will be updating its image search results to make copyright disclaimers more prominent. In addition, Google will be removing direct links to the URLs of copyrighted images. These changes were announced as part of a newly-formed partnership between Google and Getty Images. The deal includes a multi-year global licensing partnership, which will allow Google… Read More »

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Facebook launches Sh1bn community leader awards

Facebook launched a community leadership program on Friday that will award $10 million  in total to more than 100 people who have successfully built groups on the social network as part of its push to create “meaningful” interactions. The initiative, announced at a Facebook Communities Summit in London, will give five people with a track… Read More »

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Some customers who bought Google’s first Pixel smartphone have had buyer’s remorse, so much so that they’ve filed a lawsuit against Google. The original Google Pixel premiered to great fanfare in 2016. However, some of those early phones shipped with a number of glitches including purple lines across the camera’s viewfinder, spotty Wi-Fi connectivity, and… Read More »

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Apple’s £319 HomePod smart speaker goes on sale on Friday

Apple’s HomePod smart speaker finally hits the shelves. The firm’s £319 ($349) ‘HomePod’ smart speaker went on sale on Friday in the US, UK and Australia – two months later than initially planned. Firmly marketed at music lovers, the wireless 7in smart speaker uses spatial awareness technology to sense its place in a room and adjust… Read More »

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Google fined $21m in India over competition abuse

Google has been fined more than $21 million in India for “search bias” and abuse of its dominant position, competition regulators said Thursday. The Competition Commission of India found that Google had deliberately steered flight-related queries towards its own specialised flight search page rather than to competing websites, pocketing additional commission payments as a result…. Read More »

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