Google seems not just getting busy with their upcoming Google Glass but also with the rumored smartwatch.
According to a report coming from AndroidCommunity, they have seen the filed patents and evidences that seems to be a possible information for another wearable gadget project by Google which is the smartwatch.
Market for wearable gadget might go on full stream if one of it takes off, whether the Glass or the smartwatch. It has also been rumored that Microsoft is also working with their smartwatch, as well as other mobile manufacturer, and it seems like . . . → Read More: Google Filed Patents for Possible Smartwatch
Leaked images for Samsung’s new device.
Samsung Electronics have shared a vague image of what to expect from its upcoming new gagdet Galaxy S IV handset. It is posted on Twitter, which looks like its predecessor Galaxy S III.
Rumors spreading that the new Samsung smartphone will be released on Thursday. The teaser image looks like a larger Galaxy S III, showing a phone with the same thin plastic cladding, removable back plate, battery, and sloped design.
It has been for several weeks when the rumor is spreading. The news grew larger on its display — it’s five inches with . . . → Read More: Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S IV shared on Twitter
On Saturday, Google Inc. has reportedly preparing to launch a physical version of its electronic payment system, Google Wallet.
The physical version is named Google Wallet Card, which is aimed for circumstances whenever clients cannot use their Google Wallet — a software-based and mobile phone-bound. The unannounced Wallet Card of the company is said to accept major credit and debit cards. Screenshots of the Google Wallet has been published in one Android website.
On the other hand, Google has not published any announcements or images nor comments of the said Google Wallet Card.
Primarily, the Google Wallet is storing credit . . . → Read More: Google welcomes Wallet Card
Rumors for the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro are now back in the expectations of a probable event hosted by Apple next week. Allegedly, the device has been confirmed for the event that comes with its unparalleled battery design.
The Cupertino-based company has introduced the 15-inch version of the Retina MacBook Pro at the time of the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference last June. At that time it did not give any hints on the 13-inch version. However, this did not stop the gadget world from guessing of the 13-inch release.
On Sunday, 9to5 Mac has declared that there is a high-profile . . . → Read More: iPad Mini be launched with 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro
Speculations say that the biggest competition to Kindle and Nexus is closely approaching — the iPad Mini — and could be in stores on November.
Apple is said to be in preparation of distributing invitations to media very soon regarding the new iPad Mini. According to anonymous sources, the invitations will be reaching inboxes of Apple-picked press this coming 10th of October.
If the company will follow the usual thing they have been doing, then the new gadget will be launched on or aboout October 17, Wednesday. The possibilities are that the iPad Mini will be at stores on lat . . . → Read More: Apple’s new iPad Mini to be unveiled late October
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
As the rumors for the iPhone gets bigger, so as the features that it will come with. Today, some sources reported that the latest iPhone from Apple or iPhone 5 will have a screen that combines the touch to the LCD not requiring a touch-screen layer anymore. As a result, a much thinner iPhone and maybe crispier, clearer display.
As the battle between the smartphone giant, Samsung, and Apple gets intensifying, it seems that the Cupertino, California-based company has something to show. A thin iPhone could be the biggest threat of Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
We have read . . . → Read More: A Much Thinner iPhone Due to Elimination of Touch-Screen Panels