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Android builds smartphone lead as Windows Phone shrinks

Android builds smartphone lead as Windows Phone shrinks

Android extended its grip on worldwide smartphone market share in Q2 2014, the latest numbers from IDC suggest, while iOS and Windows Phone both declined, despite iPhone sales jumping year-over-year. Android devices now comprise almost 85-percent of total smartphone share, up from just short of 80-percent in the same period a year ago, while despite Microsoft's efforts with Windows Phone, market share and worldwide shipments both fell.

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Samsung digs into Apple at airport wall outlets

Samsung digs into Apple at airport wall outlets

This week we’re seeing Samsung extend their "wall huggers" campaign for those smartphone users who hang out around power plugs with some "wall hugger" advertisements. You may see these little signs appearing near or directly around wall outlets in airpots, showing consumers what they’re missing, so to speak.

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Goat Simulator coming to iOS, Android, and Xbox

Goat Simulator coming to iOS, Android, and Xbox

Goat Simulator was originally released as a kind of joke; a really good joke, too. Since capturing the simple mindset of those of us who found favor in pretending to be a goat, the game has spread like wildfire for the desktop. Now it seems iOS, Android, and Xbox are getting in on the fun, too.

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These two iOS apps practically manage your time for you

These two iOS apps practically manage your time for you

Admit it — you are terrible at time management. Even though you make calendar appointments, stuff falls by the wayside. If you’ve ever ran into the “uh oh” situation where you wanted to get things done, but totally forgot, we’ve got a few apps that might help you out. From daily routine to vacation sightseeing, these two can manage your time for you.

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