Top stories of the week: May 29, 2015

| Updated 29 May 2015

In case you missed out on catching up with all the latest and hot development in the world of tech, well here's list of top tech stories of this week. You guessed it right, Google I/O rules the list this week. But, there are plenty more interesting stories. Click next


Google I/O 2015
Google's I/O 2015 annual developer conference has finally begun. And, Google kicked off the event with the unveiling of its next Android version – Android M. Apart from the new OS, Google also announced a slew of updates, including Photos app and Google Now. Check out our detailed Google I/O round up here.


Samsung regains top spot
In spite of weakening sales, Samsung has managed to regain the top spot in the global smartphone market share. Competition has continued to intensify and pressure is up on the global leader. It'll be really interesting until when Samsung manages to sustain its dominance. Check out our coverage here.


Xolo 'Black': a new brand
An inception of brands. Xolo, already a Lava brand, plans to launch a new sub-brand called the Xolo Black. Unlike the Xolo phones, Black line up will have premium smartphones. Read more about Xolo's new plans here.

5/11 hacked
Popular music streaming service Gaana suffered massive cyber breach, exposing its users and their details to the open. The service was back live again. Here's our coverage



Windows Phone's resurrection, may be
According to an estimate, Windows Phone may surpass Android and iOS in terms of market share. This might seem unrealistic at this point, but we never know Microsoft may make a strong comeback. Here's our report.


India's Super Computer Power
India is building over 50 super computers for high level research. According to reports, these super computers will be ready by 2022. Another Digital India initiative? Read our coverage.



Xiaomi fixes Mi 4i heating issue
Xiaomi this week started rolling out an OTA update to fix heating issues in its newly launched Mi 4i. Learn more about the update here.


Samsung's unique patent
Samsung is working on a device that is powered by an Android phablet. A patent reveals the device has a notebook-like device which features keyboard and a touchpanel, and the phablet can be docked within the device. Read more about the hybrid device here.


Google is working on a smart toy
Google has received a new patent that could turn your teddy bear into a remote control. Read more about the new Google patent here.



Apple iPad rumours
Apple's next gen iPads are likely to be loaded with new features including dual-app viewing more. Check out other rumoured features in the forthcoming iPads here.


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