Samsung will release another competitor for the tablet PCs again. After focusing too much in the Galaxy S4, some people almost didn’t notice the next generation tablet that the South Korea-based company is working on. And now, they announce the latest Galaxy Tab 3 that runs the Android Jelly Bean 4.1 OS, a 7-inch display and thinner bezels on the sides giving you a much larger display.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 has a powerful 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor, and comes with an option of 8gb and 16gb internal storage models. It also has a memory . . . → Read More: Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab 3 Following Galaxy S4 Release
The wireless carrier, Verizon Communications, reported a healthy profit on Thursday. The revenue is mainly from the wireless business that made millions from the smartphone sales, services, and subscription that keeps growing steadily.
The company’s investors were reportedly very satisfied and happy with the results in spite of the communication company’s increase of smartphone plan prices and cutting down the unlimited data service these past few years. Customers just keep coming and subscribing and seems like they are more willing to spend now in their monthly bills.
According to analyst Tero Kuittinen of Alekstra, . . . → Read More: Verizon Wireless Reports Healthy Profit and Increased Share
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
Following the unveiled Blackberry Z10, carrier rivals Verizon and AT&T announced that the preorders of the new Blackberry units has began. On the other hand, Blackberry announced that they received a 1-million-unit preorder of the Z10.
The phone maker just revealed that an established partner just ordered 1 million units of the Blackberry 10 phones. In a phone call interview with CNET, the spokeswoman refused to give a name of the said “established partner”. This transaction is said to be the largest single purchase in Blackberry’s history.
The announcements from the phone maker came in just when the . . . → Read More: Blackberry Z10 Preorder Commences; Company Receives 1 Million Unit Order
After the big reveal of Research In Motion, the BlackBerry maker, BB Z10 is reported to be selling in high records for the first week that it’s out in the market in both Canada and Britain.
BlackBerry Z10′s biggest test will be on March when it will be released on sale in the U.S.
The new smartphone for RIM is a touch-screen phone which is already gotten a good start in Britain. This is the biggest compared to the other models of BlackBerry.
The company noted that BlackBerry’s Z10 is making it three times more than the prior models. . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 sales high in Britain and Canada
On Tuesday, AT&t has already released the prices for its Windows Phone 8 devices. The three new phones are wished to appeal to different crowds of customers.
Although a blue or yellow-colored version with half memory will be available for a price of $99.99, to be identified as an exclusive product, the Windows Phone 8X from HTC will cost $199.99 with a 2-year contract. Both of the versions will be available in the market by Thanksgiving as reported. This can be combined with a wireless charging case, but it’s only optional.
Meanwhile, the Verizon Wireless version has a wireless charging . . . → Read More: Pricing for Windows 8 smartphones revealed
A problem that counts WiFi usage against the data limit of subscribers may be affecting not just Verizon but also other carriers.
The malfunction of the software that used up through the data allotments every month of some of the users of iPhone may be having an effect on the subscribers on carriers excluding Verizon Wireless.
The previous week, users of the new iPhone 5 on the online support community of Apple have protested that they were driving through their data plans although they were consuming most of their time on WiFi.
On Sunday, the company has subjected a software . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 WiFi anomaly may affect carriers subscribing from Verizon and others