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Microsoft's $7.2 Billion Nokia Not Enough to Attract Software Developers

Nokia and Microsoft Corp.’s $7.2 billion deal has not been fruitful for the company, claim experts. The handset business has faltered and also failed to lure the software developers. which have been dubbed as significant in its path to success.

Battle against Broadcasters Won; Aereo Targets New Android App

Aero is all set to release a public beta of an Android app that would aid the fandroids to visit its debateable service.

T-Mobile says No to Huge International Roaming Charges

In an endeavour to obliterate huge international roaming charges, T-Mobile has entered into a deal that would aid in washing away such charges in more than 100 countries.

Bigger Screen for iPhone6?

A forecast by Jefferies analyst Peter Misek has somehow brought glint in the eyes of the iPhone lovers, who’ve always wanted bigger screen for the product.

LG Flexible OLED Smartphone Displays Step into Mass Production

LG has announced its new venture, which the company dubs as the “World’s first flexible OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panel for Smartphones.” As soon as Samsung announced about its plans of curved phones, LG seems to have followed suit.

Dollar nearly touched an Eight-Month Low

Reuters: This is the second week of the government shutdown and we have news from the United States’ corridors-the dollar has almost touched the turf of an eight-month low. The currency has dropped 0.2% to 79.929 against a major chunk of currencies.

Fingerprint scanner for HTC's One Max?

Again a wave of leaked images! And now the company to have undergone the same is HTC.

Rupee may plummet to 68/dollar if US defaults on October 18: BofA-ML

India: The Indian rupee is bound to plummet to 68 per dollar if the US lawmakers do not come to a conclusion on increasing the debt ceiling.

Samsung predicts better-than-expected results, HTC continues to reel

At a time when HTC is struggling to keep its head above the water, Samsung is rocking.

Grab the iPhone 5c for $45 at Walmart

At the first stage the battle is fought between the manufacturers; Apple Inc. and Samsung. At the next level, the challenge is to make the get the product on the retailer’s shelves. Thereafter, it is left to the retailer to pass on the gadget to the ultimate consumer.