Samsung has introduced another breed to the family of SmartPCs, smartphones, and tablets named as ATIV on Thursday.
The new additional breed is based on Windows Phone 8 for the new smartphone line, and Windows RT and Windows 8 for SmartPCs and tablets. According to Samsung, the branding is just a conversal of the word VITA, a Latin word for “LIFE.” This theme signifies the promise of the company to make the lives of everyong extraordinary.
The announcement of the company has launched its newest 11.6-inch ATIV Smart PC Pro, 4.8-inch ATIV S, 11.6-inch ATIV Smart PC, and 10.1-inch ATIV . . . → Read More: Samsung introduces new breed on its full-packed devices
On Thursday, Kindle Fire tablet has been sold out after less than an entire year, according to Amazon.
Amazon affirms that ever since Kindle was introduced in September of 2011, it has attracted 22 percent of the sales of the gadget.
The current IDC estimate of the shipments, Amazon could have sold way more than ten million units of the tablet. IDC estimates 51.6 million tablet units for the entire year of 2012.
CEO and founder of Amazon Jeff Bezos explained that Kindle Fire is considered sold out, but they have a very exciting plan for all their consumers. They . . . → Read More: Kindle Fire tablet sold out, Amazon
Apple has appealed for the eight phones of Samsung that are Android-based to be banned. This is after the verdict that favored Apple over the patent infringement case.
On Tuesday, Judge Lucy Koh had scheduled a face off in court in response to the request of Apple to ban the eight devices, which include Galaxy Prevail, Droid Charge, Galaxy S Showcase, Galaxy S 4G, two versions of Galaxy S II, Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, and Galaxy S2 Epic 4G.
On the other hand, Samsung is given up until nineteenth of October to make its formal reply to the request of Apple. . . . → Read More: Face-off on product bans, Apple vs. Samsung
Google, the searh engine giant, is now planning to roll out new features to help companies use its social network.
According to the director of product management of Google Clay Bavor, the company is taking a major phase in entering in such big endeavor and bringing in Google+.
It was in June 2011 when Google introduced its social network Google+. However, they have not catered businesses, saying that they want to focus on consumer experience first before developing business-oriented features.
But in October 2011, the company has created its own social network available through Google Apps for its enterprise customer. . . . → Read More: Google eyeing business-oriented customers
On Tuesday, a report indicated that Apple will be releasing a smaller version of iPad during a separate event from the launching of the next-generation iPhone.
The new report is opposite from the speculations that the mini iPad and new iPhone would be released at the same time.
Moreover, the company is said to have been proposing a separate announcement of the smaller version of iPad, which was referred by the press as iPad Mini, for a while now.
The tablet is rumored to have an approximately seven inches of screen size. This is said to be comparable to the . . . → Read More: iPad Mini to have separate launch from iPhone5, Apple update
Good news for Adobe users! There’s a new set of Adobe Illustrator tools providing online access to the most famous products of the company like Creative Suite on a subscription basis.
The new set of tools offer a new feature called Package Files, which allows the users to package their projects automatically. This automatic packaging includes linked graphics and fonts into one file folder, making the project easier to work on.
The primary objective of this new program is to speed up the production and design. It has the capacity of un-embedding images which have been put by another person . . . → Read More: New Illustrator Tools Released, Adobe
CNET has found out that the manufacture for a Retina display is on its way targeted at a more typical MacBook Pro.
Richard Shim, an analyst from NPD DisplaySearch explained that the production has started with the 2,560 by 1,600 pixel density display that will be seen on the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro. He further commented that the supply signs are saying it’s for the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro and not for the MacBook Air.
The retina display is made by LGD, Sharp, and Samsung. Shim added that the quantity of the production is anticipated to be significantly higher than the existing . . . → Read More: Displays for 13.3-inch MacBook Pro is on for production