The Back Button On The Right Side Of The Phone Is Dumb, And I Blame Samsung

The back button should always be on the left side


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Brave Hero Saves His Comics As SUV Plows Through Comic Book Shop

Just picture it: You’re chilling at the comic book shop, picking up some new releases, maybe getting ready to head to the counter to buy them. Then…GIANT SUV RIGHT IN YOUR FACE. Yet, despite the trauma, you don’t drop a single page. That’s the mark of a true hero.

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Apple’s India woes continue, government denies giving any special tax concessions

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Apple may be the world’s most influential technology company, but its charm doesn’t seem to be working with the Indian government.

Despite Apple showing intentions of manufacturing its products in India, and setting up stores, the Indian government is clear that the company will have to abide by the same regulations as other overseas smartphone manufacturers. 

Apple reiterated its intentions and plans to manufacture locally in India in November, asking the government for waivers and tax concessions on some policies, Reuters reports. But its long tussle continues with dim hope of success.  Read more…

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Hungover people drive most successful App Store day ever


Apple’s App Store just had it best day, ever. On New Years Day, a hungover world bought a (frankly ludicrous) $ 240 million of games, apps, and iMessage stickers packs, with 70 percent of that going straight to developers. Just in case you were curious, that’s just $ 56 million shy of the annual GDP of the Pacific island nation of Palau. There are no prizes for guessing what was the most downloaded app – it was Super Mario Run. Nintendo’s first foray into the world of mobile gaming has been downloaded 90 million times, with almost 3 million stumping up the…

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CES 2017: Samsung adds Android-capable Chromebooks to its mix

As I sit on a carpeted floor in a Las Vegas conference center, queuing up for yet another CES press event, I’m writing this article on an Asus Flip, a low-cost small Chromebook that was one of the first to be able to handle both Chrome OS and Android apps. Chromebooks are an interesting type of technology; created for an operating system meant to be solely online — and as a result, not accepted as readily as either Mac OS or Windows. The addition of Android apps could prove a push in the right direction — or, at least, a push toward a more popular interface.

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King Luther Capital Management Corp Has $20048000 Position in Citrix Systems, Inc. (CTXS)

The firm owned 235,250 shares of the cloud computing company’s stock after selling 9,135 shares during the period. King Luther Capital Management …


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Report explores the IaaS Latin America forecast and analysis to 2021

This Insider Report provides a five-year forecast of the cloud computing and IaaS markets, developed using rigorous bottom-up modeling …


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