Opera brings a more social Web experience to feature phones with Opera Mobile Next

Opera brings a more social Web experience to feature phones with Opera Mobile Next

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Norwegian Internet firm Opera has introduced Opera Mini Next, a new mobile Web browser aimed at giving feature phone users a more social Internet experience. Unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, Opera Mini Next — which is a developer beta of its popular Opera Mini browser — includes ‘Smart...
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WhitePages' new Current Caller ID app is the future of smartphone calling

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For all of the apps, sensors, and powerful hardware our smartphones are equipped with, they’re still pretty dumb when it comes to making and receiving phone calls. With its latest Android app, Current Caller ID, WhitePages shows us one potential evolutionary path for the smartphone’s calling and texting screens....
WhitePages' new Current Caller ID app is the future of smartphone calling

LG brings QuickMemo note-taking feature to Optimus L-Series devices

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Owners of LG Optimus L-Series smartphones have cause to be happier today after the Korean giant revealed that it has begun the rollout of QuickMemo, its feature to take screenshots and make memos, across the ‘style-focused’ family of devices. The handy note-taking service is now available in “certain regions”, the...
LG brings QuickMemo note-taking feature to Optimus L-Series devices
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In Case Anyone Cares, Here Are A Bunch Of Early Samsung Slider Concept Designs

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Samsung and Apple are currently fighting over rectangles and retail packaging. The legal battle is a classic CF, but the process has yielded a treasure trove of early Apple product designs. So far court documents have revealed early iPhone and iPad designs. Some models have kickstands, others are inspired by...
In Case Anyone Cares, Here Are A Bunch Of Early Samsung Slider Concept Designs

Where are Facebook's mobile-only users coming from? Probably not iPhones

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Facebook revealed that 102 million users accessed Facebook solely through mobile devices in June, according to a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. However, the 23 percent increase since March doesn’t necessarily mean that users are ditching desktop in favor of their iPhone or Android device. Facebook is...
Where are Facebook's mobile-only users coming from? Probably not iPhones
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ComScore: US Smartphone Penetration 47% In Q2; Android Remains Most Popular, But Apple's Growing Faster

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ComScore today released its latest quarterly figures on the state of the mobile market in the U.S. based on active users, and while the exact numbers are different, the basic picture is the same as the one that Strategy Analytics painted earlier in the week around smartphone sales: Apple’s iOS...
ComScore: US Smartphone Penetration 47% In Q2; Android Remains Most Popular, But Apple's Growing Faster

Electronic Arts mobile revenue drops to $69M in Q1

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Electronic Arts’ mobile net revenues for Q1 2013 were $69 million dollars, a drop of 20.6 percent quarter-over-quarter, but a gain of 21 percent year-over-year. It is the first time since Q2 2012 that the company hadn’t seen its mobile revenues increase on a quarterly basis. Although down quarter-over-quarter, EA’s...
Electronic Arts mobile revenue drops to $69M in Q1
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In what appears to be a move to hold on to some of its most important staff,  troubled Nokia has today announced that it’s expanding its stock options program for 2012, targeting ”key senior level employees who are critical in carrying forward Nokia’s strategy.” The ailing Finnish mobile firm is increasing...
Nokia looks to hang on to key staff with more stock options (but none for the CEO)
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