Technology – 14 January 2013

Nokia Aims To Regain India Perch

Written by Kenan Machado, Published on WSJ

Nokia Corp. is hoping a slew of new products in its Lumia range will help it break into India’s smartphone market.

Asus launches Memo Pad 7-inch Android tablet for $149

Written by Shane McGlaun, Published on Slash Gear

Asus has announced the launch of a new tablet running the Android operating system that promises to be one of the cheapest offerings on the market. The tablet is called the Memo Pad and has a seven-inch screen. The tablet runs the Android 4.1 operating system and offers full support for Google Play.

HP Takes Top Spot Back From Lenovo as PC Market Shipments Fall

Written by Amy Thomson, Published on Bloomberg

Hewlett Packard Co. (HPQ) probably sacrificed profit margin to win market share in the fourth quarter, when it retook its spot as the top personal-computer maker from Lenovo Group Ltd. (992), Gartner Inc. (IT) said.

Baidu and France Telecom team up on smartphone browser

Published on BBC News

Chinese search giant Baidu and France Telecom are collaborating on a browser for low-end smartphones sold in Africa.

Security experts on Java: Fixing zero-day exploit could take ‘two years’

Written by Charlie Osborne, Published on ZD Net

Amid growing concern over Java’s security, Oracle released an emergency fix over the weekend. However, security professionals say that this measure doesn’t go far enough.

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