iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S4 According to Analysts

iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S4

As Samsung finally released their Galaxy S4, Apple’s iPhone 5 sales is not affected in the market. According to analysts, Galaxy S4 is not as refined as iPhone 5.

Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets analyst, have said Samsung crushing Apple in the phone market is a complete nonsense. During the stock downdrafts, there are analysts that said Samsung is “out-innovating” Apple.

White said that the Galaxy S4 smartphone doesn’t have some good edges or atleast some good points to make it a much better phone than the Apple’s iPhone 5. In terms of size, . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S4 According to Analysts

Samsung Galaxy S4s Front and Rear Camera can be used Simultaneously

Samsung Galaxy S4 camera

Samsung has finally released their latest Galaxy S4. One of the great features that it has is the front and rear camera which can be used simultaneously.

The South Korea-based company launched the smartphone in an event in Thursday at the Radio City Music Hall in New York. It was broadcasted live in the New York Times Square so people could watch the event.

One of the key features that they focused on is the front and rear facing cameras that Samsung said can be used at the same time. While a user is in a video call, . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy S4s Front and Rear Camera can be used Simultaneously

Asus PadFone Infinity impresses on high-end specs

Asus PadFone Infinity impresses on high-end specs

PadFone of Asus will make it big in the market.

If you are trying to come up with a marketable brand that will surely make it big to the market, “PadFone” would not be the first name that you’ll think. However, this amazingly peculiar name worked for Asus.

On Tuesday, Asus announced that it would be continuing to release its PadFone line starting with its PadFone Infinity. Basically, it is a 5-inch LTE smartphone that becomes a 10.1-inch tablet everytime it’s docked into the included PadFone Infinity Station. It is expected to be released this April for 999 euros.

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HTC One, a new approach to smartphones

HTC One, a new approach to smartphones

HTC One is finally out.

Today, HTC Corporation finally introduced its newest flagship smartphone, HTC One. It was several weeks ago when the company announced its plans of building-up a new flagship phone as specs and images were leaked in the several websites.

HTC One is priding itself with a 4.7″ full HD 1080P screen with a resolution of 468 ppi. It also features a zero-gap aluminum unibody with a quad-core 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 CPU, 32 GB or 64 GB of storage, and 2 GB of RAM. Additionally, it has a 2300 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and LTE.

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iPhone5 vs. BlackBerry Z10

iPhone5 vs. BlackBerry Z10

Which is better: iPhone5 or BlackBerry Z10?

Earlier this week, RIM has launched its newest gadget, a smartphone BlackBerry Z10 and has accumulated a lot of interest from tech experts and consumers, cheers to several enhancements in its features. Regardless of all the interest, there’s still a million out there who want to know the comparison between Apple’s iPhone5 and RIM’s BB Z10.

A remarkable feature is that the newest phone from BlackBerry has a slightly larger display compared to iPhone5’s display. The BB Z10’s sharper display with 355 ppi in comparison to iPhone5’s 326 ppi.

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Updates on Most Macs Anticipated on WWDC Kick-Off

WWDC

Almost all of devices that Apple currently offers is anticipated to have an update in the WWDC kick-off on Monday, according to 9to5Mac. The iMac, Pro and Air, are allegedly scheduled for an update in under a week, together with either the Pro or Mac mini. This will come with the anticipated demonstrations of iOS6 and OS X Mountain Lion, yet as always, the Cupertino, California-based company has never verified these rumors.

Only a few details for these hardware updates, but it surely will make sense for Apple to upgrade the devices to the new Ivy Bridge processors . . . → Read More: Updates on Most Macs Anticipated on WWDC Kick-Off