Monday, 27 Aug 2012
Samsung has revealed (via Facebook no less) that a stylus toting tablet device with dock will shown during IFA 2012 in Berlin. This new device, one of likely many others from the Korean company, looks very much like the Samsung Series 5 hybrid PC first seen at Computex earlier this year.
With a 26x optical high zoom and 22.3mm ultra wide-angle lens, the 16.2-megapixel WB100 offers 3D photo capture and Live Panorama Mode, bringing 3D images and panoramic views to life.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note II device may run on Jelly Bean and feature a new rectangular design.
Microsoft has denied it is attempting to spy on Windows 8 users through the SmartScreen feature of its upcoming operating system. This is in response to a prominent hacker who voiced concerns about Windows 8 sending information to Redmond servers each time a user installs an application.
GSMArena's anonymous source has claimed that Samsung is planning to release an Android-based camera alongside the next-gen Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone during IFA 2012.
Equipped with powerful neodymium magnets, the Amperior's adjustable headband and low weight ensure a comfortable fit, while its ear cups can be rotated for the classic DJ one-sided listening style.
Japanese blog Macotakara has confirmed that the next Apple-flavored tablet would be indeed called iPad Mini as well as shed some light on the next-gen iPod Nano.
Designed for microATX chassis, the Hyper T4 comes with a high performing 120mm PWM fan with anti-vibration rubber pads and a quick-snap bracket, and features four direct contact heat pipes tightly packed across its base.
Sony has released a grand total of seven new headphone models, four being over-the-ear versions while three featuring in-ear design. The new products are all geared towards providing "Extra Bass" thanks to Advanced Direct Vibe Structure.
Canada and Japan to Get Dual-core Galaxy S III with 2GB of RAM and LTE; Korea and Germany Gets Quad-core with LTE (Update)
Canada will be the second country after Japan to get the Samsung Galaxy S III with 2GB of RAM but a downsized 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and LTE connectivity, Android Police reports.