posted on 26 May 2015, 12:20 3 1. Ordinary (Posts: 2454; Member since: 23 Apr 2015) Asks Cortana who will have top marketshare in 2019, answer is Microsoft. posted on 26 May 2015, 12:53 4 5. xq10xa (Posts: 782; Member since: 07 Dec 2010) 2019 Year-Over-Year Growth = 13.6% posted on 26 May 2015, 13:25 8 10. sgodsell (Posts: 5810; Member since: 16 Mar 2013) I remember back in 2011 when predictions were made back then in regards to the smart phone market. They stated by 2015 that Microsoft would have taken the number 2 spot from Apple and by 2016 WP was going to be number 1. Well we know what happened to those predictions. 30. nokia12 (Posts: 601; Member since: 19 Nov 2013) 13 % in 2019 lol.... posted on 26 May 2015, 12:38 5 2. shimanto1123 (Posts: 105; Member since: 20 Nov 2014) Wow thats cute! posted on 26 May 2015, 13:50 3 12. RaKithAPeiRiZ (Posts: 1488; Member since: 29 Dec 2011) another wet dream for WP users posted on 26 May 2015, … [Read more...] about Comments for : IDC: Windows Phone to steal market share from iOS and Android by 2019
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posted on 05 Mar 2013, 06:50 14 1. networkdood (Posts: 6330; Member since: 31 Mar 2010) I would much rather watch a movie or TV show on my Nexus 7, than on a 4-5 inch smartphone. Playing games on a tablet is much better, too. posted on 05 Mar 2013, 06:56 3 2. asianface (Posts: 12; Member since: 27 May 2011) I agree on the watching a video content on tables is better. But I do like playing game on my phone, even though I rarely play games on it anyway. However, I can see myself playing games more on a 7" tablet because I have a 10" (Xoom). It's just a bit too big for my taste. posted on 05 Mar 2013, 09:20 0 28. Jeradiah3 (Posts: 1148; Member since: 11 Feb 2010) I agree as well. I use my tablet (32GB Nexus 7) for reading e-books, watching movies on NetFlix, playing games, Skype, and other things that would be too much for my phone (The SIII) to do. I dont think that it should be an issue to have a tablet and phone. Most people dont have a big phone like the DNA … [Read more...] about Comments for : Is there a place for a tablet in the life of a smartphone user?
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The revelation Monday that Google intentionally collected data while taking photos for Street View could spur the UK to launch its own investigation into Google Street View.The FCC's announcement that a Google engineer collected data intentionally -- as opposed to accidentally, which was previously reported -- could put Google in breach of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, or RIPA, according to The Guardian. And violating RIPA, according to the report, might require an investigation by the Home Office or Scotland Yard.From The Guardian,The UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), which oversees data protection issues, said on Monday it would examine the FCC findings and decide whether to reopen its investigation. When Google revealed that in May 2010 that it had been retaining the data -- something it had previously denied -- the ICO told it simply to delete the data, and that there were no grounds to take action.The article goes on to say that Germany, which opposed … [Read more...] about TECH TREK Street View Saga Faces New Scrutiny in UK
Since the RIAA and record companies began their campaign of suing college students, grandmothers, children, single moms and anyone else who might have shared a song over peer-to-peer networks, most people on the receiving end of the lawsuits have meekly agreed to pay settlements amounting to far less than the RIAA warned they could be sued for.A handful have fought back, though. One was single mother Jammie Thomas, who lost and is now looking at a lifetime of bankruptcy as punishment for stealing 24 pop songs. Another, Tanya Andersen, was more fortunate -- the case against her was dismissed.However, now, Andersen is countersuing, and she wants to make it a class action. She claims that in her case -- and in the cases of thousands of people who paid to settle -- the RIAA and its member companies illegally looked at the hard drives of people they intended to sue.In other words, they spied on them. In many cases, they falsely claimed they had proof the defendants had infringed copyrights, … [Read more...] about PODCAST File-Sharers Fight Back, Apple Mulls Subscriptions, China Cracks Down