News: Nokia Amber update, Google Chrome, Microsoft’s explanation to the YouTube app

Aug

19

2013

A first News overview provides information you today to Amber update from Nokia, we look at the popularity of the Google Chrome browser and Microsoft’s response to the YouTube app again locked
News: Nokia Amber update, Google Chrome, Microsoft’s explanation to the YouTube app

Blocked YouTube app: Microsoft Responds to the blocking

It’s getting a farce: No sooner does the YouTube app from Microsoft their second attempt, they will repeatedly pulled by Google from the market ( we reported ). Microsoft will now respond with a blog article by trying to explain the reasons for blocking and Google assumes that the Windows user simply not the same as the Android – iOS treat or Group:

We think it’s clear did Google just does not want Windows Phone users to have the same experience as Android and Apple users, and did Their Objections are nothing other than excuses. Nonetheless, we are committed to giving our users the experience They deserve, and are happy to work with Google to solve any legitimate Concerns They may have.

Me: I’m almost inclined to give Microsoft right here – Google calls an HTML5-based app, you can even iOS and Android but not yet deliver. Clear that Microsoft feels bullied here – and the Windows Phone users are the ones who have to carry it up to date.

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Nokia: Amber update next week

Nokia starts next week so that, for its Lumia smartphones deliver the Amber software update along with Microsoft’s latest Windows Phone version GDR2 over the air – off we go with the Lumia 920 . Depending on which model you own and Lumia in which mobile operator you are, it may take a few more weeks until the end of September but the update should be arriving anywhere. Here you can find including new features such as the Nokia or Nokia Smart Camera Pro Camera, Data Storage scythe or a check.

Me: Could be a successful update, just because there are new features such as on the announced Nokia Lumia 1020 Pro Camera makes available to owners of older Lumia smartphones.

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Replaced graph as the hardest material in the world

Graph was dethroned as the hardest material in the world – through the so-called “Carbyne”, which is a variant of carbon such as graphene and has so far been little explored. At Rice University in Houston have been employed mathematical calculations, which show that the material – a chain of carbon atoms – harder than graph or a diamond would be like only half as rigid as graph, which is significantly more flexible.

Me: It will take forever to be able to benefit from such a material consumers, exciting and newsworthy but all I find such developments.

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Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world

Do you use Chrome as your browser? If so, then you’re sure you’re not exotic, because Chrome has become more users than the competitor Internet Explorer and Firefox.

Worldwide use 43 percent of Internet surfers the browser by Google, where America clearly stands out here: 63 percent use it there almost two out of three people Chrome. Globally, still follows in second place with 25 percent of Internet Explorer before Firefox share at 20 percent. In Europe, it looks a little different: Chrome performs here with “only” 38 percent, but in second place followed by Firefox with 27 percent before the IE by Microsoft with 21 percent.

Me: Again, Google shows the assembled competitors, what’s what. Consequently the development is driven and I can browser the moment of my life no longer thought away.

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