Amazon.com Inc. is reportedly developing some enhancements for their Kindle devices to compete more with the leading tab manufacturers Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
According to the poeple knowledgeable about the matter, the e-commerce company has recently been working on array of new devices including smartphones and audio streaming devices to broaden their reach beyond their tablet computers.
One of the smartphones that they currently working features a screen that allows 3D effects without having to use a glass. With “retina-tracking” technology, images will appear like a hologram and seems floating above the screen. . . . → Read More: Amazon Developing 3D Smartphone Without Using Glasses
With the tech market getting aggressive, particularly in the tablet and smartphone sectors, technologies from the tech giants and manufacturers are evolving in a fast pace making gadgets that are more convenient and easy to use.
This time, Samsung, one of the most aggressive mobile manufacturer is currently working on a new technology and had teamed up with the researchers at the University of Texas. They are working on a project that involves an EEG (electroencephalogram) cap and the human mind to control smartphones and tablets.
At this stage, the on-going project is very . . . → Read More: Samsung Working on Touchless Interaction with Phones and Tablets
With the tech market focusing more on tablet PC’s and smartphones, there is no way that manufacturers are going to leave the development of their desktop computers. Though desktop PC’s are not so popular nowadays compared to the latest small gadgets, they are still the most powerful units in terms of gaming, production, and other purposes.
Dell, one of the most outstanding computer manufacturer, attempts to meet the needs of Linux fans with their PCs. The laptop line “Project Sputnik” is a product of the effort of Dell which is an advanced version of the XPS . . . → Read More: Alienware X51 Starts at $599
Law makers in West Virginia wants to ban the wearing of head-mounted displays such as the Google glass while driving in their state. This is an extension of the law banning phone calls and text messaging while driving or simply using any electronic devices while driving.
According to Gary G. Howell, the host of the bill, in an interview from CNET he said “I actually like the idea of the product and I believe it is the future, but last legislature we worked long and hard on a no-texting-and-driving law. It is mostly the young that . . . → Read More: Will West Virginia Ban Google Glasses while Driving?
Samsung Electronics Co. has released its Galaxy S IV smartphone.
The South Korean tech giant Samsung has already launched the newest addition to its line-up of handsets during a New York launch event. Its all-new Galaxy S IV is a move in solidifying the company’s domination in the smartphone market globally.
On Thursday, Samsung announced the release of Galaxy S IV with a feature of a 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display. This is a big jump towards a bigger and brighter screens for smartphones.
Galaxy S IV has a quad-core or octa-core processor that depends on the market . . . → Read More: Samsung Electronics finally released Galaxy S IV
The webOS software found a new home.
The famous webOS software of Hewlett-Packard is already sold to LG Electronics, a South Korean electronics company.
On Monday, the deal was announced by HP, which has gotten the company off of the centerpiece of its unfortunate purchase of $1.8 billion for Palm Inc. three years ago.
In 2011, HP used webOS as the facilitator into the tablet computer and smartphone market as well. However, the company immediately got rid of the mobile devices that runs on the software along with the failing revenues. As a result, HP decided to stop the development . . . → Read More: LG to take over webOS from HP