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HTC One, the official name of HTC M7?

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

HTC One, the official name of HTC M7?

HTC M7 coming to market as simply the HTC One. — @evleaks (@evleaks) February 8, 2013 Published in a tweet this weekend, @evleaks announced that the M7 is indeed the HTC One and also publishes a picture that would be the official design of the device that somewhat resembles what we have seen so far . According to our sources, the term M7 is simply a code name used internally to hide the official name of the next high-end brand which would be called HTC One when it will be announced in two weeks. Like the manufacturers which include the generic names for their mobile devices, such as Sony Xperia, LG Optimus or Samsung Galaxy, HTC has meanwhile perhaps too tended to change the generic names of its devices. If this is the case, it could qualify as one of the next upscale icon of the Taiwanese manufacturer that already has a name more class and speaking to the public. Unfortunately, we are still left several issues, including the names of the next end mobile brand, such as that of M4. We should see an advantage in the occasion of the conference to be held on HTC February 19 in New York. Let us know what do you think in the comment...

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Ubuntu OS Phone Comes In October This Year

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in News, Rumors, Ubuntu Phone | 0 comments

Ubuntu OS Phone Comes In October This Year

There are various operating systems of mobile handsets available nowadays on the smartphone markets. The top-notch operating systems available on the market are Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8, and the new released BlackBerry 10. Those popular operating systems are competing to get the top position as the most used operating systems among the smartphone users. As the year goes, the domination of the world most used operating systems seems to be going to change. It is because a new mobile operating system from Mozilla, Firefox OS, is going to shake their domination. Firefox OS is now under the development test. Even, a very new mobile operating system from Ubuntu, Ubuntu OS phone, will go on to take on the popular operating systems. The appearance of the Ubuntu OS phone has been rumored a year ago. As reported by Gsmarena (2/7/2013), Ubuntu OS is going to start its debut in October later this year. The image above points out that Google Galaxy Nexus variant is the smartphone that Linux and Canonical is going to use with Ubuntu Phone OS. At the end of this month, Canonical is going to release a special ROM for the Galaxy Nexus. Both Android and Ubuntu OS phone are Linux-based operating systems. But, Android is developed by Google itself. Linux along with Canonical are developing Ubuntu Phone OS to compete with Android from Google. As being said, Ubuntu Phone OS will be the main serious contender for the green robot OS since they come from the same mobile operating system-based OS. We look forward to seeing original concrete handsets from Ubuntu OS since the OS looks awesomely beautiful. Unfortunately, for now though, it will just use a very similar handset to Google Galaxy Nexus variant which does not look original. With a fresh original design of the handset that Ubuntu OS phone might have, it would make the competition more undeniably...

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Samsung Galaxy S IV (S4) Announcement on March 15?

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Android, News | 5 comments

Samsung Galaxy S IV (S4) Announcement on March 15?

This news seems more interesting. According to SamMobile, the official announcement of the latest Samsung flagship is scheduled for March 15. This is not a surprise and it is even more of a semi-confirmation. We knew that Samsung will announce his next gadget during the two major exhibitions devoted to new technologies. The SamMobile site, which aims fairly well, confirmed that Samsung has scheduled a conference for March 15. The commercialization of Galaxy S IV would subsequently be early in  April 2013. As a reminder, the Galaxy S IV should be equipped with an architecture Exynos 5 Octa (8 cores), a graphics chip Mali-T658 (8 cores), a 4.99-inch screen Super AMOLED technology and Full definition HD backed by 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel sensor camera and runing android 4.2.1 (Jelly Bean). Meantime, HTC has announced its M7 (February 19), while LG has sold its LG Optimus G in Europe. Motorola is waiting until June to announce the “X-Phone” at Google I/O 2013 edition while the Xperia Z is already released since late February. Now youalmost  know everything. Moreover, according to a tweet from SamMobile, the so-called Galaxy S IV should better be called like that though the number 4 is bad omen in...

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The 128 GB iPad is available on the Apple Store

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in iPad, News, Tablets | 6 comments

The 128 GB iPad is available on the Apple Store

As Apple announced a few days ago, its now proposing the iPad 4 on the Apple Store with a storage capacity of 128 GB, 2 *64GB proposed so far. More storage means the possibility of more photos, videos, songs and applications on your touchpad. It will cost 814 Euros for Wi-Fi model and 944 euros for the model Wi-Fi + Cellular. For a few euros more, one wonders if it is not better to invest in a MacBook Air 11-inch. What do you think?...

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For Apple, the jailbreak is “a major source of instability”

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in iPhone, News | 2 comments

For Apple, the jailbreak is “a major source of instability”

Apple has always been against the jailbreak, this method bypasses restrictions for iOS operating system freer. The Cupertino company is still if we take a look at a post on there website. It was updated on Sunday, February 3, 2013. Nothing new compared to original post published in September 2010, the time when the iPhone 4 was out. Note that this update is not trivial. It appears as if by chance the day the jailbreak for Evasi0n iOS 6 was expected (he was born Monday in reality). As designed by Apple, iOS and iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are designed to work together reliably. Unauthorized modifications to iOS (“jailbreaking”) can cause numerous issues to the hacked iPhone, iPad or iPod touch… The various problems listed are: Instability, Security vulnerabilities, Shortened battery life, Unreliable voice and data, Disruption of services, Inability to apply future software updates. We must recognize that Apple is right on most of the points raised. However, we must remember that restoring the iOS device removes all traces of jailbreak and makes iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as if it came out of the box for the first time. Restoration aims to restore the data to zero to start on a good foundation. It is of course possible to restore a backup to recover all data (messages, contacts, photos,...

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Huawei, a first focus on the video Ascend G615

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Android, News | 0 comments

Huawei, a first focus on the video Ascend G615

This upcoming 4.5-inch HD smartphone, halfway between the middle and high-end, will be sold for 300 euros. Today, Niccolo, an HDBlog colleague makes a video demonstration of the product, which is unfortunately in Italian, but you can go check it out, to see how the Ascend G615 works.  To go back to the datasheet, the Ascend G615 features : 4.5-inch HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels) IPS-LCD touchscreen with ~ 330 ppi/dpi, Quad-core architecture home Hisilicon Technologies K3V2 clocked at 1,4 GHz, 1 GB of memory (RAM), 1.3 megapixel front camera, 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, And the ability to record video in 1080p. Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi a/b/g/n and 3G (up to 21Mbps in reception), It offers 8GB internal memory with a dedicated slot microSD cards, Compatibility with Dolby Digital Plus audio technology, A battery capacity of 2150 mAh, Dimensions are 134 x 67.5 x 10.5 mm, Total weight of 145 grams (battery included). Expected to arrive with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, let me know guys what you think about this in the comment section. via...

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Samsung is Working on a New Galaxy Camera

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Android, News, Rumors | 0 comments

Samsung is Working on a New Galaxy Camera

Our colleagues rather well informed from SamMobile got their hands on files Bluetooth certification, proving that Samsung is working hard to market a second generation Galaxy Camera. This new model would be called EK-GC110. At this stage we unfortunately have no details about the features of this second Samsung APN running Android, but it is possible that the first official details will be announced at the next MWC 2013 which will begin this year on February 25. We will certainly keep you informed. via...

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Huawei Ascend P2 Mini, a mid-range alternative to Ascend P2

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Android, News, Rumors | 0 comments

Huawei Ascend P2 Mini, a mid-range alternative to Ascend P2

Previewed in late January, it seems that Huawei is also preparing a smaller alternative to Ascend P2, the Ascend P2 Mini. Contrary to P2 which has an advanced technical datasheet fairly upscale, this variation of P2 Mini seems, at first sight, more addressed to the smartphone market “mid-range” even if the rumor holds that most characteristics are identical to the Ascend P2. According to our information, the Ascend P2 Mini includes a 4-inch touchscreen (0.7 inches less against the P2) HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels), a processor manufacturer’s home, 1 GB of RAM (RAM), a back camera of 8 megapixels and Android 4.1 for the system version. The presentation of this smartphone would be expected at the Mobile World Congress which will be held between 25 and 28 February 2013 in Barcelona. via...

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Peter Chou Revealed HTC M7 at an Event in Taiwan

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Android, News | 0 comments

Peter Chou Revealed HTC M7 at an Event in Taiwan

It is a celebration of the end of the year that took place this weekend in Taiwan where Peter Chou (president of the brand) showed HTC M7. Nothing exciting here, it’s just the HTC M7 exceeding now the rumor stage to become official in the real world. Normally announced on February 19, the M7 will theoretically be HTC’s first smartphone manufacturer to carry a 4.7-inches touchscreen with full HD resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels) with ~ 468 pixels per inch running Android for the European market. The exact model of the architecture is still unknown, however, we would face one of the last Qualcomm Snapdragon cores clocked at 1.7 GHz. In addition, the M7 would also include 2GB of memory (RAM), a front camera, back camera of 8 megapixels with a single flash (according to photos of the hull previously previewed), but also the NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi and compatibility with 4G LTE mobile networks. The smartphone is made ​​of aluminum with dimensions of 13.7 cm in height and 7 cm in width. February 19 is not an Anytime, it is also the day that Sony has decided to launch its Xperia Z on the French market. Anyway, we will certainly know more in the next two weeks and any hands on that will be carried out by us at the Mobile World Congress which will be held between 25 and 28 February in Barcelona (Spain). via | Phone...

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Hackers Own 250.000 Twitter Accounts

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Hackers Own 250.000 Twitter Accounts

Recently, two big media companies in the US got hacked. They are The New York Times and Washington Street Journal. Their online sites are reported to get hacked by hackers who are identified from China. The hackers’ attack attempts have forced other two big technology companies, Apple and Mozilla, to turn off Java by default in their browsers. After breaching the NYT and WSJ’s security system, the cyber bad guys aimed their attack at a popular microblogging site, Twitter. On Saturday (2/2/2003) through its official blog, Twitter said it detected unusual activity on its site. They identified unauthorized access attempts to Twitter users data – usernames, email addresses, session tokens and encrypted/salted versions of password. Twitter investigated that its 250.000 Twitter users’ accounts data have been stolen. Twitter has immediately taken some precautions to protect its users from the attack. All passwords and session tokens that are suspected to have been stolen by hackers from China have been reset. Twitter has also sent email to the users how to follow good password hygiene steps. In the email, the users are also suggested to turn off Java in their browsers. “we encourage all users to take this opportunity to ensure that they are following good password hygiene, on Twitter and elsewhere on the Internet. Make sure you use a strong password – at least 10 (but more is better) characters and a mixture of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols – that you are not using for any other accounts or sites”, Twitter said. The Internet hacking is not believed to be done by amateurs. The hackers are believed to be extremely professionals. Changing Twitter password can be a good precaution. So following the Twitter’s publishing about the hacking and suggestion above may help us from any hacks. By knowing what to do to protect our data on online sites, our data may still be saved. So, be careful. via...

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