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47 % of smartphone gamers are women, says Facebook study

47 % of smartphone gamers are women, says Facebook study

 A study by Facebook has revealed that 47 per cent of all smartphone players are now women.

App tells what is eating up your smartphone battery

App tells what is eating up your smartphone battery

Researchers have launched a new user interface that follows modern application design guidelines and presents battery information in a more intuitive and easy to use manner.
 

Soon, smartphone to replace your car audio head unit

At a time when car makers are spending millions to give drivers an improved audio experience, here comes an Android app that can turn your mobile device into the central screen in your vehicle.

In US, even babies use tablets, smartphones daily for 20 minutes

In US, even babies use tablets, smartphones daily for 20 minutes

 A new study has found that children as young as one in the US are using tablets for more than 20 minutes a day.

Microsoft needs to `start up again` to avoid being old, says CEO

Microsoft needs to reinvent itself to avoid being `old and tired`, company`s CEO Steve Ballmer has said.

Now, mobile device that tests for AIDS in an hour!

A Boston-based nanotechnology firm has reportedly created a mobile device that can accurately test for AIDS in under an hour.

Facebook acquiring Spool team

In its latest talent hiring move, social networking giant Facebook Inc is acquiring the team behind start-up firm Spool in an aim to beef-up its mobile business.

`Mobile devices have become critical business tools`

With mobile phones emerging as an important business tool, Indian enterprises are embracing the mobile devices in a big way despite certain risks involved, a survey said here today.

`Mobile devices have become critical business tools`

With mobile phones emerging as an important business tool, Indian enterprises are embracing the mobile devices in a big way despite certain risks involved, a survey said here today.

`Mobile devices to outnumber humans by 2016`

Mobile connected devices are set to outnumber humans by the year 2016, according to a new study published by US technology giant Cisco systems Inc.

`Mobile devices to outnumber humans by 2016`

Mobile connected devices are set to outnumber humans by the year 2016, according to a new study published by US technology giant Cisco systems Inc.