Jean Pierre Pisani

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Android might own 75% of the smartphone market but all the action is still on the iPhone

It is hardly disputable that Android has a clear lead over iOS in terms of the number of people using it. Just yesterday, a report put its worldwide market share in the first quarter of this year at nearly 75% of all smartphone sales. That number is worth looking at more closely. What are all these …


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New Android chief talks Facebook Home, Samsung phones, and OS updates

Sundar Pichai also says Android and Chrome are safe from one another—for now.<p>An interview with Sundar Pichai over at <i>Wired</i> has settled some questions …

The Brit-ish Invasion

Inside Flipboard / May 8, 2013<p>Brit Morin, whose DIY lifestyle site Brit + Co. is now paginated for Flipboard, is the perfect poster child for Silicon …

Cyprus Finance Minister Quits, Says It Was The 'Right Thing' To Do

NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cypriot Finance Minister Michael Sarris quit on Tuesday after concluding talks with foreign lenders on a bailout that forced the island to slap unprecedented losses on bank depositors in return for aid.<p>The news came after Cyprus announced a partial relaxation of currency …

The Next Generation of Flipboard, Now on Android

Inside Flipboard / May 9, 2013<p>After nearly a year of enjoying Flipboard as readers, now people with an Android phone or tablet can be editors, too. …

FT Debuts on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / May 9, 2013<p>The FT, or Financial Times, one of the best-read business sources in the world, launched today on Flipboard. Readers …

Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon are all trying to turn into the same uber-company

Who will be the sole provider of all that you desire? Which company’s services will you “hire” to address your every internet-enabled whim? It sounds absurd, but this is the essence of the battle between the big four tech giants—oh and Microsoft too, but these days Microsoft is mostly an enterprise …

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T-Mobile Tears Up Service Contracts And Adds The iPhone

Underdogs must make bold moves to stay in the game. America’s third-place operator Sprint has been backing progressive wireless companies like Republic Wireless and FreedomPop. But T-Mobile, which is even further behind in fourth place, is taking “bold moves” to a new level. On Tuesday the carrier …

Space station crew step outside for quick patch up

Astronauts on the International Space Station were forced to take an emergency spacewalk to fix a leaking cooling system, tweeting their every move …

Travelling on the often-clogged Monash Freeway should be easier soon with improvements expected to give cars a 20km/h boost in average speed. Variable speed limits, electronic signs directing vehicles between lanes, new entry ramp signals and allowing vehicles to drive on the road shoulder during peak hour should increase typical average speeds up to 75 km/h. The catch? The journey times will most likely increase again as more cars use the improved road: