Technology – 06 January 2013

Dropped call: Mobile biggies conspicuous by absence at CES

Written by Roger Cheng, Published on CNET

Many of the big names in wireless continue to shy away from the Consumer Electronics Show, or limit their presence. That leaves an opening for the second-tier players.

New Facebook app to allow free voice calls to friends

Published on The Economic Times

However, while Facebook is not charging users for the service, the call is not technically free since it will use data on users’ existing mobile plans.

Corning Gorilla Glass 3 expected at CES 2013

Written by Shane McGlaun, Published on TG Daily

Corning’s stalwart Gorilla Glass has been used to cover sensitive LCD smartphone and tablet displays for quite some time now.

Unsurprisingly, Corning will be making an appearance at CES 2013 this week where it is slated to shocase an upgraded version of its classic Gorilla Glass.

Microsoft’s Windows 8 bags $617 Million Defence Deal- GOOG, NSIT, MSFT & AAPL

Written by Marc Stewart, Published on US Daily Stock

In a major announcement a three-year agreement has been signed by the world’s major software maker wrapping up 1.5 million of the part of Pentagon’s computers.

Google Restoring Access to Maps on Windows Phones

Written by Chloe Albanesius, Published on PC Magazine

Google said today that it is working to restore access to Google Maps on Windows Phone-based gadgets. The search giant blamed the blackout on a poor maps experience on Microsoft’s mobile platform.

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