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Sony Xperia Z1 Compact handset officially arrives in UK and Germany

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact handset officially arrives in UK and GermanyAccording to reports, Japanese device maker Sony's new Android-powered handset - the Xperia Z1 Compact - has officially been launched in the UK and Germany. The handset, which was announced by Sony at the CES event in Las Vegas a few weeks back, is now available in both the countries through Amazon and other retailers.

Strains of Same Plague caused Two of the Deadliest Pandemics in History: Study

PlagueStrains of the same plague have caused two of the deadliest pandemics in history, claimed researchers. It does not end here as scientists are of firm belief that new versions of bacteria are highly likely to trigger future outbreak.

Jan Koum: WhatsApp handles over 50 billion messages every day; will focus on “messaging” only

 WhatsApp handles over 50 billion messages every day; will focus on “messaging” onlyAccording to a noteworthy revelation made by WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum at the DLD conference in Germany, the popular instant messaging app now handles more than 50 billion messages every day.

In November Germany Turns Almost a Record Trade Surplus

In November Germany Turns Almost a Record Trade SurplusOfficial figures showed on Wednesday that Germany's trade surplus grew close to a record in November, in a development that may add potential fuel to critics' concerns that the country is not spending enough to help out its struggling partners in the eurozone.

Nokia wins injunction against all HTC Android handsets in Germany

Nokia wins injunction against all HTC Android handsets in Germany According to a report from FOSS Patents, a German judge - the Munich I Regional Court's Judge Dr. Matthias Zigann - has said in a recent ruling that Finnish handset maker Nokia should be granted an injunction against all HTC smartphones which run Google's Android operating system.

Amazon unveils new ‘Amazon Coins’ virtual currency in UK and Germany

Amazon unveils new ‘Amazon Coins’ virtual currency in UK and GermanyOnline retail giant Amazon has recently unveiled its new virtual currency - dubbed 'Amazon Coins' - in the UK and Germany.  The move implies that users will be able to buy apps and in-app purchases on Amazon's Kindle Fire line of tablets using the new virtual currency.

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