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Facebook Unveils The New Newsfeed For Homepage, iPhone, iPad and Android soon!

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Facebook just announced the new NewsFeed. Larger, more readable, he wants content always displayed better. The photos, videos, events and articles thus become more attractive. All platforms are concerned, namely the computer, Android and iOS of course. It is also at this point that the social network has insisted. Discover the same face of Facebook on all platforms: mobile, tablet or web. The web part takes some functions of the mobile part, like a bubble that displays new news. A simple tap on this to back to the so-called published news. This feature already exists on iPhone and iPad for some time now. In addition, the sidebar appeared on the web version, which again already existed on mobile. It lists several categories like ‘news feed’, ‘Messages’, ‘Events’ and more. First served will be those using Facebook on computer from...

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LG officialises The Optimus LTE III in Korea

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in News | 0 comments

LG never stops to announce smartphones! today it is the turn to the successor of the Optimus LTE I and II to be made official by Korean. On this third generation of the Optimus LTE III midway between the branches of the middle and upper range, there is a touchscreen IPS-LCD size 4.7-inch HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels a double-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz and 2 GB memory (RAM). According to LG, the Optimus LTE III also embeds a back camera 8 megapixel with a flash, and a battery of 2540 mAh. About the installed version of Android, it would be on the Jelly Bean (4.1.2) with a slight interface modified by the manufacturer. For the moment, the LG Optimus LTE III is intended only for the operator SK Telecom, but it is likely that also...

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The White House Legalize Cell Phone Unlocking

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Since late January, unlocking smartphones, has again become illegal in the United States. The unlocking by the customer is prohibited due to a change in the law since October 2012 (see: Unlocking your smartphone is now prohibited by law in the United States…). To protest against this measure, a petition was launched to force the Obama administration to respond. This petition has surpassed the 100,000 signatures necessary to the government’s response, the White House has thus respond formally. R. David Edelman, advisor on matters relating to the Internet, Innovation and the protection of privacy said: Thank you for sharing your views on cell phone unlocking with us through your petition on our We the People platform. Last week the White House brought together experts from across government who work on telecommunications, technology, and copyright policy, and we’re pleased to offer our...

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Ferrari Partners With Apple For Its Cars

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari, the luxury car brand, told Bloomberg that his company and Apple would work together more in the coming months. The two companies are in talks to equip Italian cars with  the Apple products. For its part, the Ferrari FF with four seater carries two mini iPad for the passenger side. Something to entertain the time of the trip. They are perfectly integrated as Siri. Ideal to meet phone for example directly from the car by asking the Apple voice assistant to accept the incoming call. Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Internet services from Apple, is involved in this case since joined the Board of Directors of Ferrari in late 2012. The man has just tweeted a message : Ferrari does it once again…it is stunning #LaFerrari – laferrari.com — Eddy Cue (@cue) March 5, 2013...

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HTC Explain The HTC One Design & Conception

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Concept, News | 0 comments

If you already had the opportunity to take control of the HTC One, you must know how the manufacturer spent all his know-how. In a new video, HTC tells us a little more about the piece design of his precious One. The metal frame is cut by a CNC machine (manufacturing machine computer-controlled) used by model makers of all kinds to build parts of airplanes, ships, locomotives, buildings and in this case the body of a smartphone. More specifically, the CNC will aim to cut and carve the main body in aluminum, then engrave several distinct design patterns. Once this is finished, a cutting tool in diamond will undertake the final step that consist in smooth the edges of the body, they are more comfortable in your hand. Seen from here it sounds like a...

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Samsung Galaxy S IV: The First Screenshots?

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The first screenshots leak of the United States declination of Samsung Galaxy S IV just come out. Samsung will announce on March 14 its new flagship model: the Galaxy S IV. As usual, the Korean find hard difficulty to fix leaks and  other manage to make their way to the canvas. Obviously, some small malignant advantage of this situation to add their grain of salt and add cover to their tracks with false information. Today, several screenshots of the supposed Galaxy S IV were published and seem very credible. On the first capture, we can observe the applications launcher, which seems to have changed slightly. The bar at the top of the screen is now transparent like HTC Sense. The arrangement of elements has not changed then, but we note that the icons have changed slightly, especially the camera...

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Google Play Celebrates His 1st Birthday With 8 Games to -50%!

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in News | 0 comments

It’s been a year since the giant Mountain View has renamed the Android Market Google Play. In the past, the Android Market grouped only applications and games, now it still offers applications and games, but also music, movies, books, and even Nexus devices and their accessories. Today and for a few days, you can find a list of eight games with special offer which will be available on Google Play: This is not all, there are also a good deal of movies and books for a few days. To get them all.. only one...

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Integrated Micro-Computer into Our Brains is a Big Reality..

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Today, researchers are able to establish standalone computers in the brains of guinea pigs … and in no time, humans also. This technology will allow the computer to give life to a failing nervous system. In the case of paralysis suites to lesions of the spinal or people with neuromotor diseases, this innovation will allow these people to return to normal activity. Before this technology allowed indirect communication between the brain and an external device (such as a computer or an electronic system). Researchers at Brown University have managed to create the first wireless interface that can charged and implanted in the brain. For starters, BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) wireless were implanted in pigs and monkeys for a period of nearly 13 months without any effect or problems. This experience should soon be tested in humans. The novelty is that this implementation will allow wireless...

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The Ultrapixel will be soon available on midrange smartphones from HTC

Posted by on Mar 5, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The HTC One will not the only who benefit from BlinkFeed and Ultrapixel technologies, because they will be available on the new mid-range models of the brand. BlinkFeed will also be available on HTC One X, One X +, One S and Butterfly. To redress the balance, HTC understands that he should stand out from the competition. On its new flagship model, the HTC One, in addition to the hardware/design particularly successful, the Taiwanese integrated two features with high added value: BlinkFeed and Ultrapixel. The first is a widget (optional) on the desktop that displays the latest news in the form of a long list. The information comes from thousands of sites partners of News Republic. On the other hand, the Ultrapixel technology allows on paper (but in reality, according to initial findings) to get photos and videos of high quality....

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The Samsung Galaxy S IV could follow your eyes to know when to turn the pages!

Posted by on Mar 5, 2013 in News, Rumors | 0 comments

After the extinction and the rotation of the screen depending on your eyes, Samsung could go further on the Galaxy S IV! The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced on March 14 during a conference in New York city. The phone is highly anticipated sequel to the hugely successful Galaxy S III. According to some internal information, the Korean would hope even sell 100 million! Face the competition reinvigorated with the HTC One or Sony Xperia Z, will Samsung sweep once again the competition? Regarding the rumors, the latest are moving on a screen of 4.99-inches with a FullHD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). He would use the Samsung Exynos 5410 4+4 processor clocked at 1.8 GHz, supported by a graphics chip PowerVR SGX 544 MP, 2 GB of RAM and 16-64 GB of internal memory. All turn out Android 4.2 (Jelly...

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