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LG, The First Smartphone With Flexible Screen Before 2014

Posted by on Apr 28, 2013 in Concept | 0 comments

If we happened to know that Samsung is working on flexible displays, it would seem that its enemy, LG, is also on the niche. Now that Samsung’s projects seem to be a little late, LG is in a position to launch the first product with flexible display this year. At a conference held by Bu-Hyun Yoon to announce the financial results for the first quarter of LG, the vice president of the firm had the opportunity to formalize the arrival of their first smartphone with a flexible screen OLED before the end of 2013. Obviously, no specific date has been provided, but LG certainly has an offensive plan against Samsung which is considered as the main player in the smartphone market with Apple and one of the most innovative (although in reality it is much more complicated than that...

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A New Ad For The iPhone 5

Posted by on Apr 26, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The iPhone 5 is now adopting a new ad unveiled on Youtube. Once is not custom, it is about photography which put Apple in this new spot. The spot depicts iPhone 5 users taking pictures of everything and anything. The message is clear, everyone takes pictures of what he likes with his iPhone 5, and there is something for every taste. An ad which differ somewhat with the usual of Apple style. A video to discover...

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Google Could Launch A Nexus 4 LTE (4G)

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The Nexus 4 has already been compatible with LTE (4G) in North America but not in Europe since its release. Unfortunately, since the last update to Android 4.2.2, compatibility with 4G has even been removed by Google. Today, there are some rumors saying that Google and LG prepare a 32GB compatible 4G LTE model that could be revealed between 15 and 17 May during the Google I/O developer conference organized by Google and which makes important announcements every year. For now, the rumor reports that the model in question is only compatible with CDMA networks, and thus may reintroduce the compatibility of versions 8 and 16 GB with mobile networks 4G LTE in the North American. Again according to SidhTech rumors, this variant of the LG Nexus 4 LTE will ship the same specs (4.7-inch touch screen, quad-core processor Snapdragon S4...

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Test Of The Gorilla Glass 3 Screen For The Galaxy S4

Posted by on Apr 22, 2013 in Test | 0 comments

During the presentation of the Galaxy S4, one of the strong points was his Gorilla Glass 3 screen.   For information, Corning Gorilla Glass is a type of alkali-aluminosilicate glass developed by Corning for smartphones, tablets and other non-touchscreen devices. Gorilla Glass is scratch-resistant technology used by more than 33 brands which are installed on more than 900 different models. Remember, at CES in Las Vegas in January 2013, Corning formalized the third generation of its “Gorilla Glass 3” which improves its resistance to damage by 40%, and a 50% of preservation of its resistance technology, if ever the glass is cracked. In short, virtually scratch-proof (well in theory), in any case, endurance seems to go against an army knife, keys and coins… Even if most of you might expect a crash test to get a concise...

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The First Official Price Of Accessories For The Samsung Galaxy S4

Posted by on Apr 19, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The South Korean manufacturer has formalized the price of accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S4. In detail, here is the full price of each accessory in dollars: Protective covers Protective Cover + will be available for $ 29.99 (Official) Flip Cover will be available for $ 39.99 (Official) S View Cover will be available at $ 59.99 (Official) Pouch will be available at $ 59.99 (Official) Energy (Battery, Charging …) Extra Battery Kit will be available for $ 49.99 (Official) Wireless Charging Pad / Cover will be available at $ 49.99 (rumor) Health (Monitor cardiac activity, Balance, Bracelet Fitness) HRM will be available around $ 79.99 (rumor) Body Scale will be available for around $ 129.99 (rumor) S Band will be available for around $ 129.99 (rumor) Multimedia (audio headset and joystick) Headset will be available at $ 29.99...

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Samsung, The First Leak Of A Prototype Of The Galaxy Note 3?

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Evleaks rarely published false information on twitter. During the night, it sent a message in which it had discussed the possible direction of the manufacturer of a new design that comes with some insights. After the first leak of one of the prototypes which seems to hint that the Galaxy Note 3 is not metal, the idea of ​​a new design could be real; Given that the Galaxy Note 3 is assumed not to come out before the fall of 2013. Obviously, there is no doubt that we are obviously facing an unfinished prototype of the upcoming mobile Samsung Galaxy range. Certainly, Samsung is not really determined to implement the fast action buttons on the screen. Once again, we find the famous central button “home”, which logically follows the usual sensitive touch menu and back buttons. In addition to that,...

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Information About The Acer V370, A Mobile With Quad-core And 4.5-inch

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in News | 0 comments

We’re going to see smartphones scrolling and tablets with quad-core, entry and mid-range. Today, we’ll take a look at the Acer V370 which was sighted on the web. A few percentage points, the design of this Acer V370 is very close to Acer Liquid E1, which I find much better done in terms of design. After it is likely that this is a prototype with a design that is not finished. As for specifications, the Acer V370 is presented as a product in – mid-range, with a 4.5-inch touch screen qHD (540 x 960 pixels) with 244 pixels per inch quad-core processor MediaTek MT6589 clocked at 1.2 GHz. In addition to a 2 megapixel front camera, it include an 8-megapixel camera that would record video in 1080p. He would suggest 4GB of internal memory (ROM) with a micro SD slot....

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The New York City Police Is Now Equipped With Android Smartphones

Posted by on Apr 14, 2013 in Debates | 0 comments

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is now equipped with Android smartphones. In fact, the New York City has launched a large “pilot” to test the relevance of a smartphone in the fight against crime. This Android Smartphone Special NYPD will be unable to make or receive calls, but data connections, it can help police during interventions. It will check the files of suspects or the identity of people using police photographs, and have access to vehicle registration. The smartphone apps offers a full range of information as well as computers in the 2500 patrol cars, but they are often slow and require agents to connect to multiple and different databases to retrieve information. Do you think that crimes will decrease using this technologie ? via | The...

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Google Launches The Functionality “Inactive Account Manager”

Posted by on Apr 13, 2013 in News | 0 comments

New At Google, the Mountain View giant has introduced a new monitoring service called “inactive account manager” which will effectively share content (photos, emails and documents) and even automatically remove the account of the user concerned after a too long period of inactivity. A sort of  like an inheritance, donation or  digital testament if you like, which allows Google a better management of the dead users  – as the declaration of death in Facebook. As its name indicates, the inactive account manager will determine a period of inactivity of the account from which Gmail will alert you to an alternative address to your inactivity. If there is no answer, Google will begin to contact your trusted contacts and then share your content and grant them the ability to permanently delete your account. Here are all the features: The Deadline...

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It Is Possible To Hijack An Aircraft With PlaneSploit

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in News | 0 comments

PlaneSploit can theoretically hack an aircraft. It is, in any case, what an engineer has highlighted at the conference “Hack in The Box” in the Netherlands. Imagine yourself in an aircraft that connects Paris to New York City, a few minutes after takeoff, your neighbor pulls his Android phone and disables airplane mode, then opens PlaneSploit. From this application, he connects to the management system (FMS, Flight Management System) and takes control of the plane, direction: Copacabana in Brazil. Theoretically, Hugo Teso has developed a framework named SIMON which exploits a bug in a protocol for data exchange with a system called ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Report System). How did he find this exploit? By creating a virtual environment based on the game X-Flight. Once connected, it can change direction, altitude, and speed as well. Incredible! Finally, it’s...

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