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Bhavishya Kanjhan
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Digital Media and Marketing Professional based in Dubai
Digital Media and Marketing Professional based in Dubai

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I got myself something old school today!
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A quick hands on with the Samsung galaxy s5

#android #samsung #google #mobile
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will be available in April 11th for estimated price similar to the S4. We have a Sneak Peak of the device at Samsung Middle East’s event in Dubai for a quick hands on. Read more on the device here:…

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You can now move your Etisalat number to du, and du number to Etisalat. Read all about it in the post

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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 142

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Check out how Google's $35 Chromecast stick turns your regular TV into an internet content machine

Google chromecast hands-on

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To all the people complaining about how OEMs haven't announced 4.3 updates for the devices:

  • OEMs do not get the Android source code directly from Google.
  • The SoC vendors are provided the code from Google, where they make a board support package (BSP) which contains drivers and optimisations etc.
  • The BSPs are then passed on to the OEMs, which they use to develop updates for their devices.

OEMs are currently waiting for the silicon vendors to decide which SoCs they will support in making a 4.3 BSP for, because their update support is heavily dependent on this.

For example, Qualcomm recently decided to drop development for a 4.2.2 BSP on their S3 SoCs, which is why HTC had turn around and say they were dropping support for the One S. This also caused Sony to drop update development for the Xperia S, SL, Acro S and ION (all S3 SoCs).

Everyone remembers the Thunderbolt and Sensation which used the Scorpion MSM8655, which Qualcomm dropped support for, so OEMs had to drop future updates for.

Samsung is an exception, they're their own devices' silicon vendors when it comes to Exynos. But they also had to drop support for their S2 LTE variants which were using the Qualcomm Scorpion SoC.

Sure, it's not the perfect system, but it's how it works in the industry right now.

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They're so quick, they don't have time for vowels!
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It would seem that the Playstation 4 preorder numbers keep increasing rapidly.Press 'play'
Interested in Playstation 4 preorders? Kishan Palija from Geekay Games gives us insights on how the preorders are coming along in UAE
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