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Regardless of how you feel about the concept, Samsung’s Galaxy Camera is finally making its way to the United States. AT&T has just announced it will it launch the camera on November 16 (this Friday), and that it will cost Google-devoted photographers $499 — that’s with or without a data plan.
The big announcement today is the iPad Mini, a smaller version of Apple’s popular iPad. The tablet, designed directly to compete with Amazon’s Kindle products and Google Nexus 7, will feature a 1,024 x 768 screen resolution (the same screen resolution as the iPad 2).
One of the world’s most renowned aircraft manufacturing companies, Airbus, recently launched an astounding 4D projection light show at the Humboldt Box in Berlin, as part of its Future by Airbus Smarter Skies campaign.
Tomorrow is September 12th. And you all know what that means — Apple will be announcing it’s iPhone 5 in about 24 hours time.
After having kept a low profile at IFA 2012 this week, HTC finally announced this morning that it did, in fact, have one phone to reveal to us: the Desire X. Fitting perfectly into that “mid-range” smartphone category, the Desire X comes with a 4-inch 480 x 800 Super LCD display,
As much as we all hate him, Battery Brutus somehow always ends up making an unpleasant appearance in our lives. Whether it be whilst on the train home from work while trying to watch a YouTube clip, or during an important call from your boss, he’ll always show up and take one thing in particular — your battery life.
In that split second when the screen dims and goes black, you remember that the charger is on your kitchen table at home, or that your second battery is in the car. But it’s already too late. The battery is dead.
Today Apple officially unveiled its own dedicated podcast application for iOS devices – “Podcasts.”
Just a few weeks ago, a lot of us running the iOS 6 beta realized that the podcast button was missing in iTunes. Earlier this month, developers noticed that the podcast button was missing from iTunes, and this hinted that this app was on the way.
Basic voice control features have been in our phones for as long as I can remember, and over the last few years we’ve seen a real advance in technology when it comes to “our phones speaking to us”. But it was only last year where we saw a “proper voice controlled application” take off, and we all know what that was, Apple’s Siri.
Last Friday we saw Microsoft send out press invitations for a mystery event last night. Well, now we know why Microsoft decided for a last-minute press conference — to unveil their new tablet “Surface”.
The new tablet, which definitely resembles a netbook, will feature a 10.6-inch screen, full USB 2.0 support, dual Wi-Fi antennas, HDMI, a completely hidden built-in stand, a scratch resistant backing, Gorilla Glass 2.0 and a widescreen view that provides