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Big Data: The invisible force reshaping our world

Have you ever stopped to think about the amount of data you generate on a day-to-day basis?


Tech trends to revolve around mobile apps in 2014, Ericsson reports

According to a report from the Ericsson ConsumerLab global research programme on anticipated trends for 2014, mobile apps will continue to transform society, the human body will be used more and more in place of passwords, and sensors will be increasingly present in our everyday lives.


Nokia presents latest low-cost smartphone: Lumia 525

The Lumia 525 is a 4in smartphone running Windows 8 and available for less than €200.


Google: Malaysia sees nearly 300% smartphone increase since 2011

A recent study commissioned by Google found that the smartphone penetration has increased by nearly 300% since 2011 — a fact that should not surprise anyone who’s been in a restaurant, on public transport or in a cinema lately.


D on Droid: New ways to get around

The latest Google Maps update finally brings the much-awaited Navigation mode to Android.


Google Maps for Android rolls out turn-by-turn navigation

This update will be gradually rolling out to Android 4.0.3+ users over the next few weeks.


Next iPhone could be controlled with head movements

Developers have unearthed more settings in the latest beta version of iOS 7.


Few festival fans guard against smartphone loss: survey

92% of music festival goers are more likely to bring a smartphone to an event than cash or ID, but many fail to guard against loss or theft, an industry survey Wednesday indicated.


New language aims to ensure your microwave and TV are always on speaking terms

A newly formed committee aims to define a universal language for the ‘Internet of Things' that will help computers talk to smartphones and for tablets to talk to thermostats, fridges and even cats and dogs.


Apple’s homegrown Maps leaves users lost

The app is already facing criticism from users globally for a number of geographical errors.