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Video: There Will Be One Windows For All Your Devices. Soon. By Clip Syndicate Pretty soon, you won't have to worry about what version of Windows your device is running, because they will all be the same. At least that's what CEO Satya Nadella said to analysts during the company's quarterly earnings call on Tuesday. All signs were already pointing in this direction, but this is the first confirmation that Microsoft is working to truly unify its core software. Nadella said, "We will streamline the next version of Windows from three operating systems into one single converged operating system for screens of all sizes." Nadella added that the work will be done "in the year ahead," putting Windows' grand unification on schedule with the arrival of Windows 9, due in 2015 at the earliest. When that happens, it would mean phones, tablets, desktop machines and even the Xbox would all run the same operating system, and the lines between Windows Phone and full Windows will be permanently removed. Windows software would simply adapt to whatever device is running it, similar in concept to responsive design.

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Video: Tim Cook On Apple's IPad Declines: 'This Isn't Something That Worries Us' By Clip Syndicate Apple’s strong quarterly results contains one major blemish: sinking iPad sales. While the iPhone and Mac computer registered growth of more than 10%, iPad sales fell 9% in unit terms to 13.3 million units – coming up well short of analysts’ expectations of 14.4 million units. Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said the iPad figures were in line with what the company had expected.

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Video: TECH SEGMENT 2 By Clip Syndicate AMANDA ACE IS TALKING ABOUT ONLINE... AND SMARTPHONE... SAFETY FOR YOUR KIDS... ...Read More »
Video: Tim Cook On Apple's IPad Declines: 'This Isn't Something That Worries Us' By Clip Syndicate Apple’s strong quarterly results contains one major blemish: sinking iPad sales. While the iPhone and Mac computer registered growth of more than 10%, iPad sales fell 9% in unit terms to 13.3 million units – coming up well short of analysts’ expectations of 14.4 million units. Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said the iPad figures were in line with what the company had expected.

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Video: Mitchell gets cellphone boost By Clip Syndicate NewsChannel 21's Katie Higgins was in Mitchell Tuesday as a 'cell on wheels' portable phone system to help firefighters in the area - and residents - communicate - for now. ...Read More »
Video: Apple Revenue Lags Street Forecasts By Clip Syndicate Apple Inc posted a worse-than-expected 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, after selling 35.2 million iPhones into an increasingly competitive smartphone market. The company, which derives the majority of its business from its high-end mobile device, reported sales of $37.4 billion in its fiscal third quarter ended June, falling short of Wall Street's expectation for about $38 billion.

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Video: Apple Revenue Lags Street Forecasts By Clip Syndicate Apple Inc posted a worse-than-expected 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, after selling 35.2 million iPhones into an increasingly competitive smartphone market. The company, which derives the majority of its business from its high-end mobile device, reported sales of $37.4 billion in its fiscal third quarter ended June, falling short of Wall Street's expectation for about $38 billion.

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Video: Target Debuts An Image-recognition Shopping App By Clip Syndicate Target is introducing an app that lets users purchase items after scanning magazine ads with their smartphones. It's the latest offering from retailers looking to boost sales with the use of improving image-recognition technology. Starting this month, the app, called "In a Snap," will recognize images for Target's Room Essentials products in 10 home decor magazines including Architecture and Real Simple. ...Read More »
Video: Amazon Debuts Wallet App For Rewards And Gift Cards By Clip Syndicate Amazon's Fire Phone doesn't go on sale for a few more days but the company has already begun to quietly roll out new apps for its first smartphone. The company launched Amazon Wallet, its first mobile wallet application, on the Amazon Appstore and Google Play. While Amazon is calling it a wallet, you can't actually make purchases using the app. Instead, Amazon Wallet functions as a vault to store rewards and gift cards. Users enter their card information manually or by scanning them with their device's camera. Once stored, the app will display the card's balance and rewards information.

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Video: Amazon Is Next Up To Try A Digital Wallet App By Clip Syndicate Amazon.com rolled out a digital wallet for smartphones just days before the release of its Fire, hinting at the retailer’s ambition to make the handset akin to a mobile cash register. The new app, Amazon Wallet, allows people to store loyalty cards or gift cards to use at checkout. Amazon Wallet will be preinstalled on the Fire smartphone, due out Friday, and can be downloaded from Google’s Play app store. ...Read More »
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