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Samsung Formalizes The Galaxy S4 Witch Will Be Available In Late April

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

The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled a few hours ago during a huge announcement in New York.   Samsung has become a major player in the world of smartphones, with its famous Galaxy. A recent study showed that the brand was more than with Android, proof of the popularity of Korean and its products to the general public. The latest flagship model to date was the Galaxy S III (excluding Galaxy Note II), which upon its release has succeeded by imposing itself thanks to the advanced technical features but also a piece of software suitable for use by the general public. This evening event is important, because it means the successor of this flagship model which has sold tens of millions of units. Extensive information on the terminal have tumbled on the Internet a few hours before the...

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Xolo X1000, An HD Smartphone 4.7″ With Atom Z2480, Price: $ 369

Posted by on Mar 14, 2013 in News | 0 comments

After announcing the Q800 and X900, the Indian company formalizes its Xolo X1000. Architecture based on Intel Atom Z2480, Xolo X1000 takes slightly the Nexus design 4 (at least, the front of the phone). For a price of $ 369, you have the right to an architecture old generation that provides a graphics processor a little dated: the PowerVR SGX540, however a screen HD, 1GB RAM and the camera will compensate the all. As for the battery, it is a capacity of 1900 mAh, which is more than enough with Intel Medfield single-core which dates anyway a little. Technical characteristics Sharp touchscreen TFT-LCD 4.7-inch HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels) Intel Atom processor Z2480 with Hyper Threading PowerVR SGX540 graphics chip 1 GB of RAM 8 GB internal memory with microSD slot 8-megapixel camera and a 1.3 megapixel front camera...

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Patent: Induction Charging in The Smart Cover

Posted by on Mar 14, 2013 in iPad, News | 0 comments

AppleInsider found a patent filed by Apple in 2011 which describes a system where the induction charging of an iPad would be done using a Smart Cover. The patent, titled “induction charging surface protection integrated” differs from what we can see from other manufacturers.   Where they use a dock connected to power, Apple integrate the transmitter circuit induction directly into the the Smart Cover and as a result create a “mobile” charger. The protection contain a battery and transfers its charge to the iPad when it is closed or when used as a support. Part of the patent status of a “portable” mode where the tablet automatically determine whether it is necessary to recharge the battery. Doing so only when it is...

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The iPhone 5S is Coming With The Wireless Charging..

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in iPhone, Rumors | 0 comments

According to DigiTimes, Apple and Samsung will offer this year a wireless charging technology for their respective new smartphones. They follow as well the big names like Nokia, LG or HTC. Sources claim that for the Galaxy S4, it is not impossible such as change in the hull because is made ​​of the fact that the hull of origin is not compatible with the technology. For Apple, DigiTimes says she will “probably” adopt this system which it develops internally. Just like Samsung, it is not known whether the smartphone of Cupertino integrate wireless charging capabilities or if it will go through third-party accessories. The site has often had good information in the past, but has also wrong.. Two clues suggest Apple does not adopt the final wireless charging slution for this year at least. Indeed, there is little production of...

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The iPhone Will Be Able To Be Controlled With Your Eyes

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

Samsung Galaxy S4, which will be unveiled on Thursday in New York, will have several new features including some dedicated to the eye.Indeed, “Smart Scroll” and “Smart Pause” will be based on the user’s eyes to know what to do. Smart scroll will scroll the screen automatically when the user arrives at the bottom of a page. For its part, Smart Pause will stop video playback when the owner will look away from the screen. These functions are interesting because they are unpubl for this type of device. The good news is they can be brought on your iPhone, or any smartphone. One advantage is that it is not necessary to have a high quality front camera, midrange phones can do the trick. This technology is developed by uMoove, a company based in Israel. One of its founders says that...

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First Official Image Of The Samsung Galaxy S IV

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

And here’s the first official image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV as Samsung USA has unveiled on their Twitter account. Despite the lack of light in this photo, we guess is still a smartphone that takes almost every feature of the current Galaxy S III design, which is available on the market for almost a year now. In device head, only the Samsung logo is visible with the volume keys on the left side, while the power button is logically always placed on the right edge. I tried to change the contrast of the image in all directions, unfortunately it is impossible to distinguish the location of the front camera, proximity sensor, and light. Pending the presentation scheduled for March 15, you can refer to the latest rumor to date. Anyway, Samsung seems clearly excited at the announcement...

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Goophone i5S, 4″, an iPhone 5 with Android at $ 99

Posted by on Mar 11, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Here is the Goophone i5S, a low-cost smartphone which has the particularity to copy every feature of the iPhone 5. And that is to say, both on the hardware and software, it is simply an iPhone 5 with Android sauce. More precisely, it is i5S low-cost version of the same model already that juts out with a touch screen of 4-inches with a definition of 480 x 854 pixels, a dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz version Mediatek MT6577, accompanied by a graphics chip PowerVR SGX Series 5 and 1 GB of memory (RAM). It also offers a 5 megapixel camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera, WiFi b / g, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, GPS and 3G. For a thickness of 7.6 mm, this smartphone would advance a standby time of approximately 150 to 200 hours. Unfortunately, no indication of...

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Is This The Samsung Galaxy S IV?

Posted by on Mar 11, 2013 in Android, Rumors | 0 comments

The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced Thursday, and the first pictures have already arrived. Are they real or from a fan imagination? The Samsung Galaxy S III is the best-selling of Android smartphone, and its successor, the Galaxy S IV is very logically expected. First specifications have leaked, but the design of the product was unknown. However we imagined it would change a little. Indeed, if we refer to the habits of Samsung: products launched just before the Galaxy S are often indicative of design. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 prefigured round plastic appearance Galaxy S III. This year, the Galaxy Note 8.0 shows quite a few changes and this is why we think the Galaxy S IV will not be a revolution in terms of design. The first photos of the famous Samsung GT-i9502...

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HTC Myst: The Return of The Rumored ‘Facebook Phone’!

Posted by on Mar 9, 2013 in Rumors | 0 comments

Facebook made ​​a show two days ago to present the new News Feed, and of course: no Facebook Phone. This has not stopped the rumor back at a gallop. HTC Myst is the famous “FACEBOOK PHONE”. A variant of the HTC ChaCha with a 4.3-inches screen and as always Android mobile OS. Unwirednews site seems to be sure of its source: the HTC Myst indeed exists. We still find it hard to believe in writing: a former Qualcomm MSM8960 (late 2010), 1 GB of RAM and a 4.3 inch screen in 720p. Not to mention connectivity LTE (4G). And finally, Jelly Bean with pre-boarding Facebook applications. Difficult to take seriously this rumor, Facebook announced in late 2012: “This is not the right strategy for us to build an integrated system … Let’s say we sell 10 million units. That would be...

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InSight, An Application For Google Glass Which Recognizes Clothes..

Posted by on Mar 8, 2013 in News | 0 comments

We knew it was possible to make facial recognition to identify people. However, this technique requires good lighting conditions, exposure … The first application for Google Glass push the concept in another direction, because it will identify people through their clothes. Students from the University of North Carolina have worked on a project co-funded by Google, the application is called: InSight. Thanks to the clothing worn, the application allows – even in the background – to identify individuals. After analyzing several photographs, the application will perform comparisons in real time. The initial results are very positive, with over 93% success on tests. This system could be used by the FBI to identify wanted persons … However, we see once again the limits “Big Brother” of Google...

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