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Windows Phone 8 vs. Android 4.1 Jellybean

Two of the leading software giants Google and Microsoft have unveiled the much awaited versions of their mobile operating systems- Windows Phone 8 Apollo and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Both the versions come with some impressive improvements in performance as well as aesthetics. If you wish to compare the two, following points can be taken into consideration:

Interface
Talking about the interface, Android 4.1 has totally revolutionized the customizability of its operating system with Apps and widgets automatically resized to fit across multiple users’ home screens.

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Google’s New Scheme of Check out for Websites

Google has made this new gadget that is really resourceful for making sales online. This makes your online marketing even easier by far. Their new widget makes the Labs library even more exciting for people onto online marketing.

This has been made incredibly easy for all with their new Google Checkout merchant. They have now got details in spreadsheets that make for the best of choices and ranges. Their site has embedded widgets that vary with the different offerings, whether they are small and large or just of assorted sizes.

Google is offering a lot in these regards without any hassle for selling stuff as you might think on first instance.

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Yahoo Offloading its Search to Microsoft

Yahoo has finally been free with the offloading of its search to Microsoft. The years of rumors have been negotiated with reversals and now Yahoo is about to figure out what comes next for them.

The new era of Yahoo buzzes with finding new possibilities in the cleared out space. The CEO Carol Bartz has signed a new deal of paperwork for the turning of the conduct of new searches for Yahoo. The websites by Microsoft are going to exchange 885 of the total revenue from Yahoo. This is going to be generated by Bing. New properties and deals are being made to be lucrative and come up on these pages to sell great new ideas.

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Google Native Client grows out of research phase

With robust security corroboration, Google has boosted its open-source Native Client Technology to accelerate Web applications out of research phase and is taking measures to build it into the Chrome browser.

Google’s Native Client engineering manager Brad Chen in a mailing list announcement stated the basic architecture of this system is effectual and the implementation is supportable, so many tasks are undertaken for the transition of Native Client from a research technology to a development platform.

Native Client, called Nacl is a used directly on x86 processors (like Intel’s Core line) to run software downloaded over the Web. Its major objective is to achieve the speed of normal “native” software installed on a computer compared to the much slower JavaScript environment that complicated Web sites use today. It is also helpful in evolution of Web from a static sites collection into foundation for more powerful applications.

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Emblematic Mergers Break Up Finally

The most awaited news has finally come when the media legends Time Warner announced to spin off its partner AOL division and become a superior stand alone company. It was also stated that before this separation could happen, Time Warner will first buy the 5 % shares of AOL which is with Google. Once this is done, Time Warner would have the 100 percent ownership of AOL and it could cast if off to a separate company again. Also news from the Warner says that it expects this deal with Google to be over by the third quarter and the final separation by the end of this year.

Now that AOL is a separate company again, it could concentrate on its lost business and will try to grow its Web based services and brands. AOL could now run as an independent publicly traded company and can focus its attention on internet advertising as well.

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