Top best video player for Samsung Galaxy S3 | Celestica to Stop Making Smartphones for RIM | YuMe Adds A QuickStart Edition To Its ACE For Publishers Video Ad Optimization Platform | Box opens international HQ in London to woo European businesses | Google snaps up Android and iOS office productivity suite QuickOffice

Top best video player for Samsung Galaxy S3

Posted by Jayceooi
Samsung Galaxy S III 4.8″ HD Super AMOLED screen may not be as good as HTC One X 4.7″ HD Super LCD2 IPS screen. But Samsung Galaxy S3 is still a good portable video player although the HD Super AMOLED colour is not as crisp as Super LCD2 IPS. Samsung Galaxy S3 stock video player supports more codecs compare to HTC One X. It can play 1080p Full HD MP4, WMV, AVI and MKV video formats smoothly. So I just need 3rd party video player to play RMVB and MOV video formats.
MX Player is my latest favourite video player on Samsung Galaxy S3. MoboPlayer was my first, DicePlayer second and now MX player. MX Player can play 720p HD RMVB video smoothly using its software engine. DicePlayer is w[...]
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Celestica to Stop Making Smartphones for RIM

Posted by PCWorld
Contract manufacturer Celestica said it would phase out manufacturing services for Research In Motion, as the struggling maker of the BlackBerry smartphone attempts to cut costs amid slowing demand.
The Canadian manufacturer said in a statement on Monday it will wind down its manufacturing services for RIM over the next three to six months. Further details will be provided in the company's second-quarter results press release and conference call, scheduled for July 27, it added.
"We do not normally comment on specific supplier relationships," RIM said in an emailed statement. "As we outlined in our Q4 earnings call, we are making changes to our supply chain as part of wider efforts to impr[...]
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YuMe Adds A QuickStart Edition To Its ACE For Publishers Video Ad Optimization Platform

Posted by TechCrunch
Video ad startup YuMe is working to make it easier for pretty much anyone to monetize their video content, without needing to know a whole hell of a lot about ad rates, inventory, clicks, impressions, and the like. That’s because the latest update to its ACE for Publishers (AFP) platform — version 4.0 — includes a QuickStart Edition that includes everything one needs to run ads against their video player, without all the messy tools required by more sophisticated video publishers.YuMe’s ad optimization platform is designed to maximize fill rates and respond to changes in impression supply with a proprietary yield optimization algorithm. All of which is to say that YuM[...]
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Box opens international HQ in London to woo European businesses

Posted by VentureBeat
Enterprise cloud storage startup Box has opened its first international headquarters in London and laid out plans for a major European expansion, the company announced today.
Box has more than 11 million users across 120,000 businesses, with penetration in 82 percent of the Fortune 500. But the company has good reason to keep working on quick expansion and attracting more international customers. It faces a challenging roster of competitors, including Google’s Drive, Microsoft’s SkyDrive, and Egnyte, and it should be worried about how crowded the market is getting.
Getting troops on the ground outside the U.S. will help. Box says users outside the U.S. generate 50 percent of the[...]
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Google snaps up Android and iOS office productivity suite QuickOffice

Posted by Wirefresh
With the news of �their acquisition of the popular QuickOffice suite, it’s clear that Google is keen to expand their mobile and cloud office apps offerings.
Already a big hit on both�Android, Symbian and iOS, QuickOffice is billed as a “a leader in office productivity solutions” and makes it�easy to�convert between different office file formats.
The app (available in free and�premium�versions) also offers deep integration with cloud�services�like Dropbox, and Google Docs.
Here?s how Google�announced�their�acquisition� in their blog this morning, under the title, “Google + Quickoffice = get more done anytime, anywhere.”
We?re happy to announce that we hav[...]
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