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For vast majority of seniors who own one, a smartphone equals ‘freedom’

When it comes to tech adoption, seniors generally lag behind their younger counterparts. But for Americans ages 65 and older who own a smartphone, having one in their pocket is a liberating experience. 479 more words

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Windows 10 for Phones is dead before it arrives. (Repost from PC Magazine.) By - Jamie Lendino

IDC recently released its latest numbers for smartphone OS market share, and unfortunately, it means we can likely close the book on Windows Phone.

Windows Phone has a tech journalist problem. 637 more words

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One Plus, Micromax end dispute, OnePlus users to get Cyanogen OTA, from India

NEW DELHI: One Plus smartphone users in India will continue to get software updates of Cyanogen operating system, as the Chinese smartphone maker resolved an ongoing legal battle with Micromax Informatics through mutual consent.  57 more words

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One Plus, Micromax resolve dispute over Cyanogen OS, from IN

NEW DELHI: One Plus smartphone users in India will continue to get software updates of Cyanogen operating system, as the Chinese smartphone maker resolved an ongoing legal battle with Micromax Informatics through mutual consent. 57 more words

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Tencent launches new OS for smart devices

China’s internet conglomerate Tencent has newly launched its own open-sourced operating system, dubbed Tencent Operating System or TOS+, for a number of smart devices, such as smartphones, smartwatches, game consoles, and virtual reality headsets, aiming to become “China’s Android” for smart hardware products.  59 more words

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Alibaba looks to rural China to popularise its mobile OS

E-commerce giant Alibaba Group hasn’t given up on its mobile OS, and is taking the software to China’s rural markets through a series of low-cost phones. 63 more words

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ComScore has released its latest report today, detailing the market share of the major smartphone OEMs and their platforms. Unsurprisingly, Apple is still leading in terms of handsets shipped with 41.7% of smartphones shipped, while Android is still leading the mobile operating system market with 52.8% of the market. 179 more words

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