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Qualcomm loses “large customer”, could be Samsung

It's only January but Qualcomm is already done with the quarter of fiscal 2015. The company was proud to announce a strong quarter with record quarterly revenues. The numbers look good despite facing patent infringement lawsuits by NVIDIA the previous quarter. However, the chip maker is said to be lowering its revenue outlook for the semiconductor business and EPS expectations for the 2nd half of fiscal year. Why do that when the first quarter achieved record revenues?

Native Asana app for Android now available

People who are familiar with Asana have been demanding for a native Android version. No need to wait longer as the Android app is finally available for download. Asana for Android has long been in the works since the new iOS version was released July last year. The iOS version also took a while before it was launched but the Android took longer making some Android users a bit frustrated. But good things come to those who wait and yes, Asana for Android is now ready to be used for your work and business.

Samsung to cut up to 30% of phone models, protect profit margins

It was bound to happen sooner or later – Samsung has been one, if not the most prolific gadget maker in the global market in terms of number of models out in the market. But with the Korean giant’s profit margins shrinking because of pressure from smaller Chinese smartphone manufacturers, Samsung has announced that they plan to reduce the number of smartphone models to cut costs.

Samsung to report weakest earnings since 2011

Over the last several years, Samsung Electronics has been doing very well with its line of Android smartphones and tablets helping to push profits to ever-higher levels. Samsung is now reportedly set to announce its biggest annual income decline since 2011. The earnings reported for its July-September quarter will reportedly be the lowest reported in the last three years.

Call Notes Pro shows details on callers while you talk

An app called Call Notes Pro was updated this month with some new features to make using it better for folks that need details on callers while they are talking. Call Notes Pro has been updated to version 4.0. The app weighs in at 1.7MB in size and requires Android 4.0 or higher to operate.

Hangouts for Enterprise now allows use without G+ account

Google’s Hangouts has been coming out with a lot of new features in the last few months to make it the default mobile and desktop communications app. Now, it’s the turn of Hangouts for Enterprise to enhance how it can be used to maximize “face to face” digital conversations within your business. The most important update now is that you can now use Hangouts without having to sign up for a Google+ account.
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