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Google And Microsoft Resolve Patent Disputes

After over 5 years, Google and Microsoft have come to an agreement to resolve most of their nearly 20 patent-related lawsuits against each other. These lawsuits were mainly in the United States and Germany, and disputes will be resolved in both countries. According to Bloomberg: “The companies pledged in a statement to work together in other ways

Microsoft Is Bringing Cortana To Android and iOS

In a move that was expected for some time, Microsoft has officially announced that they are bringing their virtual assistant Cortana to both Android and iOS devices. This makes it the first virtual assistant to bridge the gap on all three platforms. Microsoft says that their new “Phone Companion” app will help users of all

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Microsoft could allow running of Android apps on Windows 10

According to a new report, Microsoft could be looking to make a radical change to its policies by allowing Android apps to run on its upcoming Windows 10 platform. This decision could be taking given the lack of quality apps on the Windows platform. But as most of us know, Windows 10 is expected to

Motorola Introduces The Moto Stream

  Even in the midst of their sale from Google to Lenovo, Motorola is still making awesome things. Today they’ve introduced the Moto Stream, a little device that can make any speaker wireless. At first glance, the Moto Stream may remind you of the ill-fated Nexus Q from Google a few years ago. Of course,

Verizon XLTE Officially Announced

  After rumors of Verizon introducing XLTE popped up last week, it’s now official. XLTE is actually Verizon’s AWS spectrum, which allows them to have more bandwidth available for customers to get faster data speeds on their devices. Of course, you need a compatible device to take advantage of the new network. It looks like

Forking Android: A good ‘Plan B’ for Nokia and Microsoft?

Nokia has launched its Nokia X line, which runs a forked version of Android that features Microsoft services and APIs. Could this be a good “Plan B” for Nokia and Microsoft? It’s official: Nokia has announced its Nokia X series, which comes in three variants: the X, X+ and XL. Nokia X is basically Android

Windows Phone is dead, Tizen is dead, long live Android!

Look, there’s nothing wrong with competition. In fact, we all welcome it, regardless of personal preferences. Android geeks, Apple fanatics, Windows Phone aficionados, surviving BlackBerry supporters, we may argue all the time and each feel like we’re in possession of the universal truth, which we want bestowed on our clueless “enemies”. But when all is