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Articles tagged with: samsung

RAZR V, Now In Canada

Motorola rolled out the RAZR V phone in China and recently announced the phone for Canada. The RZR V phone is a decent addition to the RAZR line.

The design is sleek and appealing; it is only 8.4mm thick and is protected by DuPont Kevlar fiber that provides a tough and scratch-resistant outer surface…

Verizon Rolling Out Optimus LTE II In US?

LG recently launched a smartphone named LG Optimus LTE II in their home country Korea. You might get to see the phone sooner than you expected. Apparently Verizon is planning on rolling it out next month. Freshly a new version of the Optimus LTE 2 with the VS930 model number was discovered at the FCC and led to the rumors that the phone is headed to the United States…

LG To Make It’s Own-In-House Processor

LG clearly is not one of the most wanted Android manufacturers in the United States or even across the globe. The problem is not with their software theme but their hardware is quite tasteless and lifeless. Samsung, Nokia, HTC and Motorola have far better hardware than the LG.

Galaxy Beam, The PROJECTOR Phone Makes It To England…

Wish to watch your photos and videos on a bigger screen? How big can a Smartphone’s screen be? 5.5 inch? Is that how far the Smartphone’s screen can expand? No! With Samsung Beam you can get to watch your multimedia on a massive screen, a screen as big as 50 inch! Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Beam it is…

A Massive 75inch LED TV!!

Bored of your current LED TV, Craving for a bigger one? The new Samsung ES9000 might be the right thing for you. Launched back in January, it supports an enormous 75 inch HD screen. The ES9000 Smart LED TV is driven by a powerful dual-core 1GHz processor. The powerful processor allows it to smoothly run multiple Smart TV apps concurrently. The Smart TV was introduced in South Korea earlier this week.

S-Beam, A Waste On Jelly Bean?

A latest comedown for Galaxy S III, S III no wonder is geared up with superlative hardware and software innovations. Among them, the highlight was S-Beam. S-Beam is used for swift multimedia sharing between two Galaxy S III phones through NFC over Wi-Fi direct…

Is HTC Really Going Down?

It seems like confronting Apple legally wasn’t such a good idea, HTC ended up losing the fight and hurting its sales. Normally nothing big is expected from patent lawsuits but that not always is the case. HTC is living examples. Due to the poor economic situation in Europe and the requirement for customs inspections after it lost a patent dispute with Apple, its profit fell down substantially by 57 percent!

Apple to Introduce iPad Mini in Brazil

There are rumors that Apple is introducing the iPad Mini in Brazil sometime in September. Of course, its not official, its a rumor but more and more reports indicate its already in existence. However, we have yet to know the real details of its specs.
Apple has a factory in Brazil and, according to the latest reports, anonymous sources seem to have it on good authority that the Nexus 7 competitor, the iPad Mini, will be manufactured there, although some production tests are already being conducted in China. …

Quadcore Galaxy Note 2, A Monster!

After rocking the Smartphone’s market with its Galaxy S series, Samsung is now setting up for introducing another phone in its Galaxy Note series i.e. Galaxy Note 2. The phone apparently will have a gigantic 5.5 inch display. At first it was believed to feature an unbreakable plane (UBP) display; however some unofficial reports from Samsung denied that and stated, it might be feature of the Samsung product after Galaxy Note 2…

Unlocks Your Smartphone’s Senses Using Behav.io

“When you leave the house, the three things you usually take with you are your keys, your wallet, and your phone,” says Nadav Aharony. And the phone is a now “sensing and processing machine,” he says. The smartphone in your pocket knows where you are, who you’re with, how fast you’re moving, whether you’re standing up or sitting down.

What if we could refine all of this invisible metadata into meaningful stories?

Aharony and his colleagues, Cody Sumter and Alan Gardner — all recent or soon-to-be recent MIT Media Lab grads — have built an open-source platform that simplifies this kind of mobile data collection. They want to enable a new generation of apps that detect social and behavioral trends in communities or groups of people.