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Xiaomi’s first processor, the Pinecone SoC is coming soon — Gadget Rumours

Xiaomi’s first processor, the Pinecone SoC is coming soon Xiaomi took the world by storm with its remarkably solid, but affordable smartphones. On top of that, the company also known as Apple’s China also sells a lot of other products including wearables, speakers, Android TV box sets, earbuds, power banks … Read more on AndroidGuys

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The real reason Google gave up on the Android One program — YugaTech | Philippines Tech News & Reviews

When Google announced the Android One Program a couple years ago, it had big promises — bring the Nexus experience to the masses. If we have more sub-$100 smartphones with the latest Android OS, more people will flock and switch from feature-phones to smartphones. The latest Android updates will now be available to select budget…

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Apple’s AirPods manufacturer expanding capacity to meet strong demand, says report — 9to5Mac

A brief report in China’s Economic Daily Times says that Apple’s AirPods manufacturer, Inventec, is expanding capacity in order to meet strong demand. The report noted that Inventec has recently started expanding capacity at its Shanghai plants in order to satisfy increasing demand for the earphones and the plants are currently working overtime to deliver orders…

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Connecting Vehicles

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Υπολογιστικόπλαίσιο για τη βελτιστοποίησητης ροήςκυκλοφορίας θα μπορούσενα είναι η αρχήμιας οδικήςεπανάστασηςVisualization of an ORNL connected vehicles simulations using decentralized control algorithms developed by researchers with the lab’s Urban Dynamics Institute. Image provided by Andreas Malikopoulos. Visualization of an ORNL connected vehicles simulations using decentralized control algorithms developed by researchers with the lab’s Urban Dynamics Institute. Image provided by Andreas Malikopoulos.

Οι οδηγοίπροσπαθώνταςνα μεταβούν βιαστικά στη δουλειά,ή το σπίτι,γνωρίζουντι σημαίνει απώλεια χρόνου λόγω κυκλοφοριακής συμφόρησης, αλλά και αυξημένη κατανάλωση καυσίμου. Το 2011, το μποτιλιάρισμα στις αστικές περιοχές των ΗΠΑ κόστισε στους οδηγούς 5,5 δισ. ώρες ταξιδίου και επιπλέον 2.9 δισ. γαλόνια καυσίμου, αξίας 121 δισ. δολαρίων. Όμως, παράτην συμφόρηση τωνοχημάτωνστιςπολυσύχναστες διασταυρώσειςκαι τις διαπολιτειακές ράμπες, οι περισσότεροιτωναυτοκινητοδρόμωντης χώραςείναιανοικτοί, με τα οχήματα να καταλαμβάνουνμόνο το περίπου5%της επιφάνειας τους.

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Can Apple Music beat Spotify?

George Vlachos

Apple Music, the new music streaming service of Apple, was announced by Tim Cook and his colleagues during the WWDC 2015 in San Fransisco in early June. What Apple offers through its brand new music service is a streaming service where you can listen to the 30+ millions of songs on iTunes, a 24/7 online radio station called “Beats 1” which will be managed by Zane Lowe and broadcast from LA, NYC, and London, and a place called “Connect” where musicians (even unsigned artists) can

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Containerize This: BlackBerry Secures More iOS and Android Apps for Enterprise than Other MDM Vendors

Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog

Do you still think of BlackBerry as one-platform company? Think again. We are completely cross-platform, and have been so for several years. Android apps started running on BlackBerry phones in 2013. Last year our BBM mobile messaging shipped on all major platforms. And on the enterprise (BES) side, we embraced management of platforms such as iOS and Android in 2013, and Windows Phone last year.

Another case in point: the Secure Work Space feature that we introduced with the BES10 version of our Enterprise Mobile Management platform a year and a half ago. Secure Work Space is our version of a popular MDM feature called containerization, enabling work data and apps to be run separately from their personal counterparts.

GettyImages_164110616Such neat partitioning ensures air-tight security for work apps, and privacy for personal apps and data. No wonder it’s such a popular feature for any IT manager managing devices using…

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WordPress for iOS: New Visual Editor and More!

The WordPress.com Blog

WordPress for iOS version 4.8 comes with exciting editor and navigation enhancements.

Visual Editor

We’re thrilled to announce that the 4.8 release includes a beautiful new visual editor. With the new editor, you can add rich text like bold, italics, links, and lists naturally as you type. You can also insert images with a tap, seeing real-time uploading progress and images right in the post.

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New Editor

App users have long wished for a “what you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG) editor on iOS. Until now, a rich mobile editing experience on the iOS app was reserved for those who felt comfortable with HTML. But not everyone is comfortable with coding, and few find it convenient to use code on a mobile device. The visual editor removes this technical friction and makes creating and publishing content on the go simpler. No code necessary!

The new…

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