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Category Archives: Android
CamMob Has Been Presented at Institute of Technology of Cambodia About Mobile Market and Mobile Technology
Just 3 hour ago, CamMob team has presented about Mobile Market and Technology at ITC (Institut du Technologie du Cambodge – Sala Techno). There are around 100 students (4th and 5th year in engineer, and 3rd year in technician) who … Continue reading
CamMob is a software company specialized in the development of mobile applications and mobile websites. Our team has the expertise on the design and the development of applications on iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone. Founded in November 2009, CamMob … Continue reading
The ultimate fate of HP’s webOS mobile platform was finally revealed today. The company has announced plans to contribute its operating system to the open source software community. The move will open the door for other hardware manufacturers to adopt … Continue reading
Here it is. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The new high watermark for Android phones, or it least that’s what Google intended. It runs the all new Android 4.0, “Ice Cream Sandwich”: is it a revolution, or is the Samsung Galaxy … Continue reading
London, England (CNN) – Mobile phone giant Nokia unveiled two new smartphones in London Wednesday as it sought to boost its flagging fortunes in the booming market. The Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 – Nokia’s first handsets using the … Continue reading