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1. Visual Search To Shop: Gimmick or Game Changing?

September 1, 2014
...recognize images and objects has been more challenging. Forrester analyst Sucharita Mulpuru believes it could take at least three more years. Since 2009, Google's Goggles app for Android has succeeded in picking up logos and landmarks. But Google says on its website that the app is "not so good" at identifying cars, furniture and clothes in photos. ...

2. Samsung Maps Its Way with Nokia's 'Here' App for Galaxy Phones

August 29, 2014
... Nokia is also suggesting you pair Navigator on the Samsung Gear S with Here, which is currently in beta and was developed specifically for the Samsung Galaxy Android line of mobile devices. The Here app lets users plan and calculate routes for walking and public transit on the mobile device, then send them to the smartwatch. ...

3. Apple Loses Bid To Block Sales of 9 Samsung Phones

August 29, 2014
...Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, Galaxy S II Skyrocket, Galaxy S III, and Stratosphere. All of those devices are powered by Google's free Android operating system, a piece of software that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had lambasted as a blatant rip-off of the iPhone before his death in October 2011. ...

4. Samsung's New Smart Watch Makes Calls Without Phone

August 28, 2014
...future, it might be a risky bet to release a phone that relies on it, Dawson told us. "The fact that it's based on Tizen rather than Android Wear also means it won't benefit from the increasing traction Android Wear is going to get in the next few months as the Moto 360 launches," Dawson told us. ...

5. Reading Tablets Decent, But Needed?

August 28, 2014
...& Noble account across the various profiles. KINDLE FIRE HDX (starts at $229): Although the Kindle Fire uses Android Amazon has modified it so much that it has little resemblance to other Android tablets. And there's no Google Play store to be found. Everything gets bought through Amazon. ...

6. Virtual Piggy Helps Kids Learn About Online Payments

August 27, 2014
...happening again. That's one reason why Virtual Piggy Inc. exists. The Hermosa Beach company's primary product is an app called "Oink: Your Digital Family Wallet" for Apple, Android and -- soon -- Windows-based phones. It allows parents to download an app and use it to create an account and set a spending limit for their children. It ...

7. Get Paid for Posts? Social Networking's New Twist

August 27, 2014 finally moved out of testing. Bonzo Me is even smaller, with just a few thousand users since the release of apps for the Web, iPhones and Android devices in early July. The service has paid about $30,000 in ad revenue to users so far, according to Nusbaum. Sandy Youssef of New Brunswick, New ...

8. Secure Your Phone Without Passcodes

August 26, 2014
...the passcode feature because it's too much of a hassle. Since the passcode can be used as a backup, don't make it easy to guess. Android Alternatives Most Android phones have passcode alternatives under "Security" or "Lock screen" in the settings. Instead of a numeric passcode, you ...

9. Largest Array of Indoor Sensors Debuts

August 25, 2014
...heat map showing the busiest booths, events and product demonstrations in real time. MEXIA’s sensors passively monitor and analyze the locations of mobile devices. Supporting Apple’s iBeacon as well as Android devices through an open-BLE antenna, the system will give CTIA highly accurate and reliable analytics alongside the ability to send contextual information to attendees. “This is ...

10. New Trend: Multitasking on Mobile Devices

August 25, 2014 forecast. For the most part, I'm not able to do more than one thing at a time on a single screen. That's starting to change with Android devices, though. Windows tablets do let you run multiple apps side by side, but Windows phones do not. The iPhone and iPad don't, either. In this ...
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Samsung Maps Its Way with Nokia's 'Here' App for Galaxy Phones
Korean electronics giant Samsung has opted to license Here, Nokia’s mapping app -- formerly known as Nokia Maps -- for its Tizen-powered smart devices and Samsung Gear S wearable.
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Visual Search To Shop: Gimmick or Game Changing?
Imagine using your phone to snap a photo of the cool pair of sunglasses your friend is wearing and instantly receiving a slew of information about the shades along with a link to order them.

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