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CES 2014: Samsung shows off its Bendable TV

CES 2014: Samsung shows off its Bendable TV
Samsung has shown off the Bendable TV - an 85in (216cm) prototype that allows the curvature of its screen to be adjusted by remote control. The LED (light-emitting diode) set was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. LG has also announced a smaller 77in (196cm) flexible TV of its own that is based on OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology. The firms suggest that a curved screen can enhance the viewing experience.

Newcomer OnePlus is Aiming to Disrupt the Smartphone Industry

Newcomer OnePlus is Aiming to Disrupt the Smartphone Industry
When Oppo vice president Pete Lau resigned last month, the timing was almost puzzling. Lau had just helped to bring CyanogenMod onto the company's new handset, the N1, finally pairing Oppo's high-end specs and sleek design with software that could create what enthusiasts might see as the perfect package. But even then, Lau wasn't satisfied. "Everyone should have access to the best and latest technology," Lau tells The Verge in an email.

AirCast Mobile Wants To Make Phone-To-TV Video Sharing As Easy As Texting

AirCast Mobile Wants To Make Phone-To-TV Video Sharing As Easy As Texting
Chances are you've got a screen in your pocket and a screen in your living room, and as time goes on more and more companies are trying to find ways to make the two play nice together.

Retrial Jury Awards Apple $290 Million in Damages in Patent Case Against Samsung

Retrial Jury Awards Apple $290 Million in Damages in Patent Case Against Samsung
A federal jury has awarded Apple $290 million in damages from the retrial of its high-profile patent lawsuit against rival Samsung, San Jose Mercury News reports. That number isn’t set just yet, though, as both companies will have a chance to review the decision and argue for adjustments.

Google launches Nexus 5 handset with Android Kitkat

Google launches Nexus 5 handset with Android Kitkat
Google has officially unveiled the latest incarnation of its flagship Nexus smartphone. Made by LG, the handset is smaller, slimmer and lighter than the Nexus 4 but its 4.96in (126mm) touchscreen is bigger. The Nexus 5 has been developed to show off the capabilities of the new version of the Android operating system.

HTC introduces One max with fingerprint sensor, 5.9-inch display and Sense 5.5

HTC introduces One max with fingerprint sensor, 5.9-inch display and Sense 5.5
HTC has launched another new member for its One series in the form of the massive HTC One max, which includes a 5.9-inch display and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device without a password or PIN number.

Google buys human-gesture recognition start-up Flutter

Google buys human-gesture recognition start-up Flutter
Google has bought a start-up that develops gesture-recognition software. Flutter, founded three years ago in San Francisco, detects simple hand signals via webcam, using them to control apps such as iTunes and Netflix. The acquisition has caused speculation that Google will integrate the technology, used by some of its rivals, into its ranges of Chromebook laptops and Nexus handheld devices.

Apple is world's most valuable brand, Samsung up to 8th

Apple is world's most valuable brand, Samsung up to 8th
Tech companies dominate a new list of the world's most valuable brands, with Apple taking the top spot from perennial champ Coca-Cola in the respected Interbrand global survey. The half-eaten apple is worth a staggering $98.3bn to the Californian company, according to Interbrand's analysis, up a whopping 28 per cent on last year. But Google is snapping at its heels in the number two spot, up 34 per cent to $93bn.

HTML5 vs Native Apps

HTML5 vs Native Apps
The battle between HTML5 and Native App development has been going on for some time now, but which development approach will come out the clear winner in the future?

Is this the most damaged (yet still working) iPhone in the world?

Is this the most damaged (yet still working) iPhone in the world?
Having worked in the mobile app development industry for a number of years now, I’ve seen quite a massive number of phones get dropped, resulting in the extremely common cracked screen. The iPhone in this article is by far the worst damaged (and still working) iPhone I've ever seen though.

How Can Mobile App Development Streamline Business Processes?

How Can Mobile App Development Streamline Business Processes?
Organisations across the globe are beginning to integrate mobile app technology into their everyday business processes. Businesses of all sizes, whether they are small or large corporates can see the key benefits apps can bring to their operations. Mobile apps are being used to help speed up time consuming tasks and ultimately save money.

Why Should an Ecommerce Store Invest in Mobile App Development?

Why Should an Ecommerce Store Invest in Mobile App Development?
Technology in the retail world is always evolving and more and more companies are beginning to look to the mobile world to enhance their online stores in order to help increase sales and engage more with their shoppers. Mobile commerce is a rapidly growing retail segment and it has been estimated that mobile commerce will increase from around $2 billion in sales in 2013 to a massive $62 billion within the next five years. Mobile Apps are going to play a huge part in this rapid growth.