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1. Contrary to Report, Lenovo's Staying in Small Windows Tablets

July 21, 2014
...The Broadwell chips will begin shipping later this year. The ThinkPad 8 is priced at $400 and the Miix 2 at $300. The company's 7- and 8-inch Android tablets were not at issue. Late last month, there were reports that Microsoft had abandoned previous plans to offer a Surface Mini tablet. According to DigiTimes, ...

2. Google Sells a Million Chromebooks to Schools in Q2

July 21, 2014 no additional cost. Last month, Google announced that its Google Play for Education, a portal for teachers and schools that it launched at the end of 2013 to make Androidbased apps easier to purchase, will now also offer Chrome apps and books. The company has said that about 10,000 schools are using Chromebooks. Recently, Microsoft announced ...

3. Mobile Apps Offer Last-Minute Deals

July 20, 2014
...up their keys at the front desk without a lengthy process. This zip feature is only available for select hotels using the app on iPhones, and will roll out to Android users later this month. Over a recent holiday weekend in New York -- when locals often vacate the city and tourists take over -- HotelTonight still ...

4. Axed Nokia X Phones Suffered from Lack of Identity

July 19, 2014
...Nokia and Microsoft had been partners long before Microsoft bought the phone business. To maintain the relationship, Nokia sought to appease Microsoft by replacing many of the Google services on Android with Microsoft's services. Android staples such as Gmail, Google Maps and Google's app store are nowhere to be found. Instead, Nokia X phones have Here Maps from Nokia and ...

5. Google's 2Q Revenue Gains Eclipse Earnings Miss

July 19, 2014
...has been generating more revenue from other channels such as YouTube and its "Play" store that sells content and applications for the more than 1 billion devices running on its Android software. Google executives consistently say YouTube is attracting more advertisers without providing specifics. The research firm eMarketer is expects YouTube's ad revenue to total $5.6 billion ...

6. GoTenna Gives Work-Around for Smartphone Dead Zones

July 18, 2014 pairs. One user keeps an antenna nearby (in a pocket or backpack -- something within 20 feet of a phone) and it connects to his or her iOS or Android phone via Bluetooth low energy, or Bluetooth LE. A second user does likewise. If the two antenna holders are separated, the goTennas create a closed network ...

7. Amazon Launches Kindle E-Book Subscription Service

July 18, 2014
...include access to audiobooks through Amazon's subsidiary, The service will be available through the Seattle-based company's Kindle devices, as well as through its Kindle reading apps for iOS and Android Amazon is also offering a free 30-day trial to promote the launch. Authors participating in Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing program will have their books automatically added to Unlimited. ...

8. Microsoft Says Goodbye to Android and Feature Phones

July 18, 2014 its direction. It has decided to end Nokia's development of Androidbased phones, feature phones and the Asha operating system. The tech giant will no longer develop Android phones beyond those that are currently available. The much-publicized Androidbased Nokia X models will become another model in the Lumia lineup and will run the Windows Phone operating system. ...

9. Apple-IBM Deal Weighs on BlackBerry Shares

July 18, 2014
...was once Canada's most valuable company, with a market value of $83 billion in June 2008. But the stock plummeted as BlackBerry was hammered by competition from the iPhone and Androidbased phones. BlackBerry has dedicated more resources to building its relationship with business customers under the leadership of chief executive John Chen, who joined the company last ...

10. Google Adds Ability To Manage Gift Cards in Wallet App

July 17, 2014
...Gift cards received electronically can be saved by tapping a "Save to Google" option. Like all Google Wallet features, the new updates are available only to U.S. Android or iOS users over 18. Nick Holland, a senior analyst of the payments practice area of Javelin Strategy & Research, told us the new features will ...
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Contrary to Report, Lenovo's Staying in Small Windows Tablets
Device maker Lenovo has clarified a report that indicated it is getting out of the small Windows tablet business -- as in the ThinkPad 8 and the 8-inch Miix 2. But the firm said it is not exiting that market.
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