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Is Microsoft Abandoning The Lumia Name?

The Chief of Marketing at Microsoft, Chris Capossela last month hinted that in the second-half of 2016, Microsoft may reveal its first smartphone brand under the name "Surface". In the storage department, the smartphone is said to pack 8 GB as inbuilt storage which can be expanded through a microSD memory card. It has an 8 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera .

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Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile congratulated new president-elect of Taiwan Ms

Hence, her victory and the DPP's coming stint at the helm will not necessarily be volatile. The Communist Party's response has been negative and sour. "And through our actions, we want to tell the world, once again, that Taiwan equals democracy and democracy equals Taiwan ". It is evolving politically and socially in a manner wholly independent of the repressive political culture of China.

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We're Expecting To See Four Huawei P9 Smartphones

Just like the P8 series, Huawei will offer the regular P9, the P9lite, P9max and a new version. Venture Beat has it that the fourth Huawei P9 smartphone should be "feature-enhanced", sporting a display larger than the screen of the regular P9, but smaller than the one of the P9max.

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Huawei P9 Schematics Hint at Fingerprint Sensor

Just like the P8 series, Huawei will offer the regular P9, the P9lite, P9max and a new version. Some devices hit the rumor mill hard before seeing an official release, and the upcoming Huawei P9 is certainly one of them. The company seems happy to offer 1080p resolution screens in its own devices, though it did include a 1440 x 2560-pixel display in the Nexus 6P is built for Google past year.

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Microsoft may have accidentally revealed the name of its next smartphone

Furthermore, the company is reportedly already working on a "Surface Phone" that could make its debut later this year. After writing off most of its Nokia deal to the tune of $7.6 billion past year, Microsoft revealed it would be introducing a "more effective phone portfolio".

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Google has reportedly made $31 billion from Android

The information was disclosed on January 14 in a lawsuit accusing Google of using Oracle's Java software without paying for it to develop Android, Bloomberg said. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco after a pit stop at the U.S. Supreme Court, where Google lost a bid to derail the case. Oracle's attorney, Annette Hurst, was speaking in court hearings to a federal magistrate judge and disclosed the numbers.


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