Samsung Fined for False Online Marketing Campaign
Samsung Electronics has been fined $340k in Taiwan for violating Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) policies. The reports say that online bloggers hired by Samsung have been giving misleading impressions on Samsung products and its competitors which include Taiwanese mobile phone giant HTC.
Samsung Mobile Phones Criticized
Samsung has been criticized of not fixing several glitches in the latest model by the state media of China. The company announced free repairs and replacements for all the phone with persistent genuine problems as several users complained phone sudden crash.
LinkedIn reviving its mobile applications
LinkedIn has updated the designs and features of its mobile application along with a new feature that integrates LinkedIn with Apple’s mobile e-mail program. These added features will provide access to more users and in the long run are good for the company as the world is moving to mobile phones.
World’s first bio-robot runs on Russian artificial intelligence technology
i-Free, a Russian mobile applications and games developer and publisher, provided the artificial intelligence (AI) technology used in the world’s first bionic man, a bio-robot named Frank, created by UK-based Shadow Robot Co. The Bionic Man showcases the latest achievements in bionics and prosthetics.
Twitter on your Windows Phone might be racking up data usage
Microsoft has confirmed that the Twitter client on its People hub might be causing some Windows Phones to re-download contact profile images over and over again, leading to a data drain.
The Verge, who reported the issue to Microsoft, is suggesting that the problem may be caused on Twitter’s back-end.
Microsoft’s software products and services are experiencing a good sales. The company is not only innovating its products but is also very much focused on consumers, who have not fully embraced the company’s new operating system, its search engine or its mobile devices.