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Only Samsung Can Save Android From iPhone Domination

Sometimes numbers hide the true story. In the world of smartphones, the volume of Android sales tower over the rival iOS platform. Android accounts for over eighty percent of the market, with iOS a distant second (Kantar Worldpanel). With that measure Android is ‘winning’ but that’s not …

Mobile

Apple's stores are no longer called 'Apple Store'

You’re saying it wrong.<p>MacRumors noticed Apple is no longer calling its retail locations ‘Apple Store.’ They are now simply known as – wait for it – ‘Apple.’<p>So instead of ‘Apple Store, Soho,’ the location is now just listed as ‘Apple Soho.’ ‘Apple Store, Ridge Hill,’ is now just ‘Apple Ridge Hill’ …

Canadian carrier Telus says Android N is launching on August 22 for Nexus 5X, 6P

Following the final N Developer Preview in July and as noted by another rumor, Android 7 should launch this month. A Software Update Schedule from Canadian carrier Telus points to Monday, August 22 being the precise date for when the Nexus 5X and 6P will receive Nougat.<p>Found on Telus Forums, the …

Android News

Why Intel's new Kaby Lake processors won't make your computer much faster

Apple's new MacBook Pro is an eye-catching new computer. So are Microsoft's new Surface Studio and upgraded Surface Book. But none of them use Intel's latest processors.<p>Is that a big deal? Not as much as you'd think. Here's our explainer from August on what "Kaby Lake" really means for your next PC.<p>…

Google is working on ‘Fuchsia,’ a new operating system that isn’t based on Linux

As per a new Google project over on Github, the company is working on a brand new operating system. The new OS, currently dubbed Fuchsia, would add to Google’s current operating system offerings, namely Android and Chrome OS. This wouldn’t be an upgrade or replacement for either, but rather …