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Tuesday, 19.11.13
CONVERGENCE: Microsoft releases Office Remote for Windows Phone - allows to Remote Control Office Apps
Posted by Arne Hess - at 11:19 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Microsoft is still continuing to bring its different products closer together and following Xbox SmartGlass, Microsoft has now released Office Remote for Windows Phone. Office Remote turns a Windows Phone into a smart remote that interacts with Microsoft Office. The app allows to control Word, Excel and PowerPoint from across the room. With Office Remote, it's possible to start a PowerPoint presentation, advance the slides, see speaker notes and even control an on-screen laser pointer - all from a Windows Phone. It's even possible to navigate between Excel worksheets and graphs, control data slicers from the palm of the hand and Office Remote allows to conveniently scroll through a Word document or quickly jump to specific sections or comments.

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Monday, 18.11.13
PLACESHIFTING: Sling Media announces SlingPlayer Roku Support and unveils Plans for a Windows (RT) 8.1 App [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 18:47 CET under 04 - Android News

Following its own SlingCatcher, which faded away pretty soon after launch, and support for Google TV, which both brought a Slingbox streamed TV signal on a second TV screen, Sling Media today unveiled a new version of SlingPlayer Mobile for Android and iPhone, which is now available as part of the Roku channel introduction. With this new SlingPlayer Mobile app, Slingbox customers will be able to watch their live or recorded TV through a Roku streaming player connected to a TV in another room in the house or in a remote location. Customers will be able to either use the SlingPlayer Mobile Android or iPhone app to initiate the video and send it to the TV with a tap of a button.

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WEARABLE: Qualcomm announces upcoming availability of its Qualcomm Toq Android Companion Smartwatch
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:15 CET under 01 - General News

Qualcomm, best known for its Snapdragon CPUs which are powering most of today's Android and Windows Phones, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Qualcomm Connected Experiences will make the company's first smartwatch - the Qualcomm Toq ("talk"). Toq, which is a smartphone companion and compatible with Android smartphones, features a proprietary Qualcomm MEMS Technologies's Qualcomm Mirasol display technology, providing an always-on experience with multiple days of battery life and visibility even in bright sunlight. As previously announced, this limited edition smartwatch will leverage breakthrough technologies necessary to deliver compelling user experiences on wearable devices.

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Saturday, 16.11.13
THOUGHT: Did Google cross the Privacy Line with its latest Release of Hangouts for Android?
Posted by Arne Hess - at 17:22 CET under 09 - Thoughts

Ever, since we were talking about mobile texting, we were talking about unified messaging and the unified inboxes. This became even more important when E-Mail and MMS were added to mobile phones and since we have smartphones with its countless ways to communicate, it seems to be even more important. Looks like Google saw it the same and with the recently announced Google Hangouts update for Android, Google added some - on the first sight - "useful" features. For instance can Google Hangouts now be used for sending and receiving SMS and MMS messages. And it's even able to import existing messages from other SMS and MMS clients to make the move to Hangouts even more convenient.

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Friday, 15.11.13
SERVICE: Huawei launches Online Radio App for Android and Facebook
Posted by Arne Hess - at 14:55 CET under 04 - Android News

Huawei DACH (Deutschland / Austria / Schweiz aka Germany / Austria /Switzerland) just announced the launch of the "Huawei Online Radio". Unlike other music streaming services like Spotify or Rdio and even unlike Nokia Music, the Huawei Online Radio is really a kind of IP-based "radio station". Huawei describes its online radio app as a music program that hits the right tune at the right time. Basically it's a kind of program they are running through with "Wake Up Grooves" for the start into the day, during the day it plays "Music @ Work", followed in the the afternoon by the "Huawei Festival Tunes" and in the evening the online radio plays the "Huawei Ascend Party Classics". Night owls and lovers of house and electro can listen to the "Huawei Electronic Device Beats" until early morning.

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