After a long time discussion (and a number of legal processes), Microsoft finally confirms that the acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services division will be completed by April 25th.
A few days ago we had been discussing about Virgin Media Business‘s exciting competition, that was all set to introduce three game changing innovations, combining technology and brilliant thoughts, for building a better future. Well, the winners have been chosen and here we have those incredible ventures for you to read through.
If you enjoy taking photographs you are very likely to share them. And from the whole pack you might like to have some printed too, may be for yourself or for your loved ones. Flag is an app for phones and tablets that promises to let you select 20 of your favorite pics, print them and send them to their destinations for free. Yes FREE as in FREE.
Looks like Google Glass will soon have a new competitor, from electronics giant Samsung. The South Korean company is planning to launch a new glasses-based computing device, provisionally named the ‘Galaxy Glass’.
Reuters reported today that Microsoft has tied up with Japan-based Klab to bring several of its console (Xbox) and PC games to Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS platform. The best part…Microsoft’s popular “Age of the Empires” will be available as a “free-to-play” game by the end of 2013.