Samsung seems to be getting aggressive in the market with its constant release of high performance smartphones and cool features. After releasing Samsung Galaxy S3, they followed with Galaxy S3 mini which became a good hit in the market specially for those people who are on a budget but wants a powerful smartphone.
Earlier, the South Korea-based company released the Galaxy S4 which pulled some quite attention in the world with its powerful functionalities. It competed with the other top of the line phones such as iPhone.
According to reports, this strategy of Samsung . . . → Read More: Samsung Slated to Release Galaxy S4 Mini on July
As Google begins shipping the Google Glass Developer Edition for those developers who pre-ordered it last year, the glass maker finally revealed some of the technical specifications which seems quite powerful for a small wearable gadget.
Battery life that could last for a day, 16GB storage, 5mp camera, 720p HD video, and the most amazing feature of all – the HD display which is “equivalent of a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away”. It also uses the voice-recognition technology which is already expected, a micro-USB port used for charging, and an ability to connect . . . → Read More: Google Reveals Glass Specifications as it Starts Deliveries to Developers
After it has successfully released its newest iPhone device — iPhone 5 — Apple is now anticipated to reveal another device next week. The device is referred as the iPad mini, the smaller version of iPad.
The rumored release date will be on October 17. The smaller version of the tablet is said to have a 7.85-inch display with a lower resolution compared to the bigger 9.7-inch display currently on the market.
The new device from Apple will become the direct competition to Nexus 7 of Google and the Kindle Fire of Amazon. Both of the competitors have a 7-inch . . . → Read More: Apple to release a WiFi only iPad Mini
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
Microsoft seems to be up for something good for the gamers next year. According to a couple of reports scattering in the internet, a leaked spec-sheet for the so called Xbox 720 is on the works and will be released next year with a couple of good stuff that will follow. According to a report, the said sheet is already 2 years old and it first appeared on Scribd but was removed right away. The said document stated that the console will house Xbox TV, 3D Tech, and Kinect 2.0.
The said Xbox TV will be . . . → Read More: Xbox 720 will be Available Next Year?
Amazon confirmed that the Kindle Touch 3G, the next generation of its 3G Kindle, will be unable to browse the internet without using a WiFi connection but users are still able to use 3G to synchronize purchased books and documents – anything beyond Wikipedia will be off-limits.
Browsing the internet was just an experimental feature on the last iteration of the ebook reader Kindle which is now known as the Kindle Keyboard 3G. The experiment appears to have failed and Amazon will restrict the 3G access of the Kindle Touch 3G to downloading books, documents, periodicals . . . → Read More: Kindle Touch 3G Will Not be Able to Access Most of the Internet