LG’s Optimus F5 will finally hit the market after it was unveiled in the 2013 Mobile World Congress.
The new smartphone of LG will start in the Europe market on April 29. It will also be introduced on Monday in France. After the release in Europe, other continents such as Asia, India, South and Central America will also follow after a few weeks.
LG boasts the smartphone’s enhanced UI experience and their very own advanced LTE technology. LG also extended the battery life without sacrificing the size with its 2,150mAh. And just like any . . . → Read More: LG Optimus F5 Hits Market Starting in Europe on April 29
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
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.
The . . . → Read More: Asus PadFone Infinity impresses on high-end specs
Samsung tablets handling Windows 7 has been a great way of Microsoft to demonstrate its OS. With the upcoming Windows RT, it’s actually Windows 8 but optimised for touchscreens, new tablets will also have the new ARM chips, which iPad is also based.
According to some sources, Samsung will release new tablets running on Windows RT after officially announcing it in October. They will help push Miscrosoft up to take into the market which is dominated by the Cupertino, California-based company. Apple was reported to ship more than half of the whole tablet market last quarter, . . . → Read More: Samsung Will be Releasing Windows RT Tablet
The New iPad is finally out in the market and just when it kicked-off, there are some hands that just can’t be contented with the softwares and apps, they are more interested with what’s inside – the components.
The “New iPad” utilizes chips manufactured by Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm, Broadcom ,as well as other semiconductor manufacturers, based on a company that opened one of the the latest tablet.
The latest iPad started making sales in Australia on Friday, and one of the fans waiting in line was a staff from California gadget repair company iFixit . . . → Read More: New iPad Teardown Exposes Parts from Samsung, Broadcomm, and Qualcomm
AT&T Inc. T+1.23% will carry 5,000 wireless call-center jobs it has outsourced abroad back to the U.S. if it recommended $39 billion deal to purchase Deutsche Telekom AG’s DTEGY- 1.43% t-Mobile USA is accepted by regulators, according to the company .
It would put the jobs after the agreement closes and assured not to slash any more wireless call-center positions. The move is dependent on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and Department of Justice accepting the takeover, Brad Burns, company spokesperson said in an email.
The transporter is pushing its case for the merger . . . → Read More: Acceptance of T-Mobile Bid Means AT&T Bringing 5,000 Jobs to US