Now that the Galaxy S4 from Samsung is officially out and seems competing with the iPhone 5 in the market, people are now beginning to anticipate the next phone in the Apple’s iPhone line. Apple, clearly the greatest rival of Samsung, is due to release a new device in this year for them to maintain their scheduled release date of new devices. Even when iPhone 5 is not yet released, the speculations of iPhone 6 already began such as the release date and etc.
There are no leaks or reports about the new casing, release time . . . → Read More: iPhone 6 Rumors
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
For almost two years now, Sony Corp. will host its very first major Playstation meeting this February. This has sparked an outburst in online assumptions that the Japanese consumer electronics giant is on the preps of revealing the successor of its PS3 games console.
The PS3 games console has sold about seventy million when it was released six years ago.
However, Sony has refused to comment on the speculations that it would be releasing a new product at a meeting on the 20th of February. Masaki Tsukakoshi, a spokesman from Sony, commented that they will be discussing purely about Playstation . . . → Read More: Sony to convene assembly for Feb20 Playstation revelation
Innovation is the name of the game.
For 2013, the tech world opens up with some of the top competitions punching and butting out gadgets, comparing shares and results, and enhancing creativity to new inventions. Tech experts expect the following gadget-should-haves to look out for this year.
Project Glass | Google
This is characterized as the introduction of wearable computers. Google Project Glass has already been viral and made it into tech headlines as a possible product. But before this project was even made, military forces have already been using these glasses. With this, major corporations have quite slowly joining . . . → Read More: Top 4 Gadgets You Should Have for 2013
On Monday, the Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple Inc. is now having a collaborative work with manufacturers in Asia on a device that is anticipated to change the way people watch TV. However, it is not clear yet if it’s a TV set or just a simple robust version of the Apple TV set-top box that is already available on the market.
The report tells that the company’s television project remains to be informal and in its early phases of testing. Recently, Apple has been reportedly connected to its main assembler — Hon Hai Industries — to collaborate . . . → Read More: Apple TV anticipated in 2014, still in early phases of testing
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