Tuesday, 8 Oct 2013
BlackBerry previewed a new multi-platform cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution that will enable businesses to easily secure and manage corporate and personal devices, at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013.
There's a rumor that Samsung will be introducing waterproof versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, as well as Samsung Galaxy S5. This is likely due to positive feedback and sales numbers of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active.
With the 300 Steam Machine prototypes set to head out to selected testers by the end of October 2013, Valve has revealed more details regarding the specifications of the devices.
The ZT3 has a ZIF/IDE interface and 1.8-inch form factor and is available in both MLC and SLC NAND Flash and capacities of 16GB to 256GB.
Samsung has just announced (in Korean) a brand new smartphone camera unit with a 13MP sensor and optical image stabilization (OIS). Not much is known about the new camera module, but the press release claims that the new OIS can correct camera shake up to 1.5°, better than the HTC One's 1°.
With Samsung announcing their intentions to release a curved display smartphone by October, it seems LG can't just sit back and be content with producing curved OLED TV sets. It is now aiming to mass-produce flexible OLED panels for smartphones as well.
Monday, 7 Oct 2013
A wearable video camera with features like GPS, Live-View Remote and a slim waterproof housing, it captures experiences with Full HD movie clips and still photos, from muddy bike treks to tropical lagoons.
Incorporating the DLP projection technology, the Toshiba NP15A series projectors feature a brightness of 3,000 lumens and high contrast ratio of 10,000:1, and integrates DLP BrilliantColor technology for vibrant colors.
Fractal Design has announced the Fractal Design On-the-Go with the launch of their app. Compatible with tablets, the app comes with key information, feature animations, and product tours through AR (Augmented Reality).
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