Android Jelly Bean Market Share, Xbox One DLNA Compatible, BlackBerry Ousts CEO And More

Posted: Nov 4 2013, 11:04am CST | by , in News | Technology News


Android Jelly Bean Market Share, Xbox One DLNA Compatible, BlackBerry Ousts CEO and More

Top tech stories for November 04

The numbers are in for the month of November for the overall Android market and they show that Android Jelly Bean is the most popular version of the operating system when all three versions of Jelly Bean are figured in. Gingerbread also has a significant portion of the market.

Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One is DLNA compatible, this announcement comes on the heels of the reveal that the PS4 isn't DLNA compatible.

BlackBerry has announced a deal that will see it getting a $1 billion investment from Fairfax and others. The deal also sees CEO Thorsten Heins ousted.

Windows Phone has reportedly overtaken iOS in Italy. Windows Phone is now the second most popular mobile OS in that country behind Android.

Motorola has officially teased the announcement for its latest smartphone called the Moto G. The teaser photo lists November 13 is the official launch date for the new smartphone.

Samsung and Nokia have announced that they have extended their license agreement on patents for an additional five years. Terms of the agreement are unknown at this time.

Apple VP of Engineering for iOS has retired. Henri Lamiraux had previously stated iOS 7 was to be his last at Apple.

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