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Video: RF Micro Forecasts Strong Second-quarter As Mobile Chips Sales Rise By Clip Syndicate RF Micro Devices forecast quarterly results above market expectations, helped by higher demand for its chips that connect devices such as Apple's iPhone and Samsung smartphones to networks. Shares of the company, which also reported better-than-expected earnings for the quarter ended June 28, rose as much as 4.5 percent to $11 after the bell on Thursday. ...Read More »
Video: Storm Slams Virginia Campground; 2 Dead By Clip Syndicate The sky turned black and cellphones pinged with emergency messages. Moments later, a fierce storm tore through a sprawling, carnival-like campground Thursday, snapping dozens of trees and flipping over RVs. About 1,300 people were at the campground, readying for a summer day of swimming pools, mini-golf, pier fishing and other activities at the 300-acre resort in rural Northampton County. ...Read More »
Video: Samsung’s VR Software Leak Shows Initial Apps, Ability To Switch Between Virtual And Real Reality By Clip Syndicate Samsung’s VR efforts are one leaky ship lately, with a report today echoing earlier rumors that the company would be partnering with Oculus VR for its own headset . Based on the leaked app screens, the Samsung Gear VR device will indeed mount a Galaxy smartphone in front of your face, likely similar to the way that Google Cardboard works with Android devices. ...Read More »
Video: Your Smartphone Will Soon Know If You Have Bipolar Disorder By Clip Syndicate In the United States, 1 in 50 people over the age of 25 have some form of bipolar disorder. In fact, the United States has more cases of bipolar I and II per-capita than any other nation in the world. Researchers at the University of Michigan are now testing a new smartphone app for Android, code-named PRIORI, that can help detect if someone is having a bipolar episode. ...Read More »
Video: Your Smartphone Will Soon Know If You Have Bipolar Disorder By Clip Syndicate In the United States, 1 in 50 people over the age of 25 have some form of bipolar disorder. In fact, the United States has more cases of bipolar I and II per-capita than any other nation in the world. Researchers at the University of Michigan are now testing a new smartphone app for Android, code-named PRIORI, that can help detect if someone is having a bipolar episode. ...Read More »
Video: Imoji For IPhone Lets You Turn Any Image Into A Custom Emoji By Clip Syndicate With the rise of smartphones and messaging apps, emoji and stickers have also grown in popularity, and are now a part of our everyday conversations. But the standard set of emoji that come pre-installed on the iPhone can be limiting. Today, a new application called Imoji launches in hopes of changing that, by allowing you to turn any image into a custom sticker or emoji for use with iMessage. Imoji is one of many new applications that has opted to create what’s more of an add-on to Apple’s default messaging app, iMessage, instead of trying to build its own mobile messaging client, like WhatsApp, for example.

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Soule Named President - OWC By Miles Weston Today, OWC is pleased to announce the promotion of Jen Soulé to a newly created position as President of OWC, reporting to OWC Founder and CEO, Larry O'Connor. Jen will assume overall responsibilities for OWC which includes: establishing company goals and objectives, strategic development, expansion opportunities, performance management, public relations, budgeting, and guiding new technology innovation via products and services. ...Read More »
Video: Amazon's First Smart Phone: Consumer Reports By Clip Syndicate Consumer Reports tests out some of the features of the new Amazon Fire cell phone. ...Read More »
Video: Uber Launches On Windows Phone, Dozens Of Seattle Users Rejoice By Clip Syndicate Uber is pretty much everywhere these days, but until today, there was one place you couldn’t find it, on Windows Phones. The four-year old startup has changed that, succumbing to the platform boredom that comes when you’re already on devices that make up about 95 percent of the overall smartphone market share in the world. Today it’s reaching for that incremental last 5 percent, with a native app available on the Windows Phone Store.

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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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