Week 2 – Condensed Android
Twitter users have posted the hashtag #JeSuisCharlie to show a sign of fellowship with the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris more than 5 million times according to Twitter France. It has been one of the biggest terrorist attack in France since 2008. Apple has supposedly made a deal with their biggest rival Samsung. According to some reports, Samsung has been employed to provide between 3,000 and 4,000 12-inch silicon chips for the Apple S1 SiP on a monthly basis.
Google has lost their share of the US internet search market.In December 2014, Google handled 75% of the market share compared to the previous 79%. This is an all time low for Google since StartCounter started tracking the data. It is still way ahead of the competition. Yahoo saw an increase in their share of internet searches which all credits to the Mozilla Firefox which made Yahoo the default service for all the searches. The Samsung Galaxy A5 is sold in India while Nokia N1 is launched in China. We hope you like how we are working with our YouTube Channel and if you have any special video requests, then do tip us. We are going to host one more Android related giveaway soon, so do stay tuned.
Thomas Korian, a 48 year old man from Bangalore, India has been elevated as President of Oracle responsible for software development.The past few years have seen a lot of Indians at top posts in major companies such as Satya Nadella (CEO of Microsoft) and Sundar Pichai (Head of most major Google products). Since Android is an open-source platform there is a lot of development happening every minute across the globe. We also covered live the Product Training of the Alpha Series of DSLR Cameras by Sony India which happened in Goa at Panjim Inn a few days ago. On the software front, Android has less news in the past week because the world was talking all about CES 2015. Kodak IM5 launched at CES 2015 and priced at $249 while on the other hand the Moto G (1st Generation) has been discontinued.