Samsung may launch Galaxy Note 5 this summer

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Rumor: Nvidia could be close for the launch of the 700 series GPUs


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It’s just a rumor, but as Fudzilla have advanced the talking points, Nvidia might be preparing to release its Geforce 700 series at COMPUTEX to be held in early June.

The Computex 2013 show will open its doors between June 4 and June 8 and would certainly be the perfect showcase to present its Geforce Nvidia 700 Desktop Series. It is true that when it comes to presentations we mean that its specifications and performing tests will be unveiled, but little else.

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If this were true we would be talking about the advancement of the dates for marketing the new Nvidia GPU that is being set for a release date placed at the first quarter of 2014. The new GeForce 700 would be made and use the manufacturing process at 28nm of TSMC, the same process used in the current generation of GeForce 600 Series GPUs.

Now this latest statement links to other news that might as well be treated separately. And it seems that Apple has definitively taken out Samsung from the manufacture its SoC (System on Chip) A7 leaving this task in the hands of TSMC. The constant friction between Apple and Samsung could have caused a final divorce and this would benefit TSMC. Would it benefit the? What is clear is that “Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company” would have a serious over exploitation problem with the order of giants like Nvidia and Apple.

From the latest gossip it is rumored that this could cause Nvidia to divert its new chip manufacturing to Samsung.

All are guesswork, rumors and suppositions but soon we will have the solution to this mess. Hopefully these strategic changes do not end up hurting the consumer.

Source: Fudzilla.

Nexus 7 soon to be available in 32GB versions

Nexus 7 soon to be available in 32GB versions

Google’s flagship Nexus 7 tablet has so far only been released in 8GB and 16GB versions, but that could soon change.

A series of recent leaks all point to the same thing: a 32GB Nexus 7.

First, a snapshot on Thursday of an inventory screen from U.K.-based Carphone Warehouse listed the Asus-made Nexus 7 tablet in a 32GB flavor, alongside a Samsung Galaxy 2, though it provided no hint at a possible release date for either device.

Then, on Friday, the 32GB Nexus 7 began to pop up in all kinds of places, and one retailer even provided a tentative ship date.

Source: TechRadar

Samsung adds the iPhone 5 in its lawsuit against Apple


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The legal dispute between Apple and Samsung does not end: The company filed papers to add the iPhone 5 to the lawsuit against the company on the block that had previously sued.

Samsung says the new smartphone infringes on eight of its patents, the same that would be infringed by the iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch.

To justify the addition of the iPhone 5 to demand at this point, the Korean company said it could not know in advance whether the smartphone also infringed on its patents, and that the product was not on the market at the time the papers were filed.

Samsung had already threatened to sue Apple for the iPhone 5, and the phone is expected to be added to the list of offenders just confirmed once it was learned that the device had 4G LTE.

Link: Now Samsung is suing Apple over the iPhone 5 (Wired)

The Samsung Galaxy S III can now be upgraded to Android Jelly Bean

For a few hours, a good part of the Galaxy S III users in European countries such as Poland and Croatia can now update their phones to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the latest version of the most widely used mobile operating system in the world and was presented by Google in the past Google I/O back in June.

Some users report that they are not able to receive it via OTA so to make sure everything’s working ok its probably best to connect the phone to the Samsung desktop software, Samsung Kies, so we can update the device.

It is anticipated that in the coming hours it will available also for other countries, if it is not here already. Jelly Bean brings several new features like a new notifications center that has new functionality s but remember that a major goal of Google was substantially to improve performance, stability and fluidity of the whole system. I’ve been testing a Galaxy Nexus with Jelly Bean for a while and I can say that they have succeeded in many levels.

Hopefully the Samsung integration with Jelly Bean has also been improved, the interface changes are not expected on this occasion and falls towards TouchWhiz by Samsung, with a menu of options and functions reorganized such as the interesting Google Now, the old S Memo is now renamed S Note.

Samsung S IV may come very soon

After launching the Samsung Galaxy S III, which had a resounding sales success, the company has began to work on its successor, the Samsung S IV.

Samsung S IV is on its way.

The only surprise with this successor is found on its release date, which would be a little earlier than expected, and that this smartphone would be launched at the Mobile World Congress, so that shipments could begin as early as in March of next year(2013) providing we survive the Mayan calendar, just nine months after the debut of the Galaxy S III. This would imply a very aggressive product cycle.

About the specifics not much is known for now. Some rumors say that will have a 5-inch screen and a quad-core Exynos processor.

These are the new Kindles

The family of Kindle digital readers and tablets has three more members staring this week. The first, called Kindle Fire, is an improvement over the previous version: a 7” inch tablet with ability to surf the web, play music and movies and of course, read digital books.

The second is the HD version of Fire, a powerful tablet, for $500, becomes an interesting competitor for the iPad.

The last of the devices is a digital book reader e-ink, but also takes orders by touch. All devices will show advertising for products sold by Amazon to be blocked or at rest. According to the company, this is the reason we can sell the devices at a lower price than the competition.

The new Fire

During their press conference in Los Angeles this week, Amazon introduced the new version of its Kindle Fire tablet, with notable hardware improvements, and the not-so-pleasant surprise is that they will now implement a system of ‘compulsory advertising’ when the equipment is not in use.

In terms of technical features, the new Kindle Fire has a multitouch 7” inch screen, dual-core processor and a battery that lets you play 7 ½ hours of video. Unfortunately for readers, the battery life is only half an hour longer when the device is used to read eBooks.

The tablet, which has double the memory than its predecessor, weighs 410 grams, as opposed to 650 grams of the Apple iPad 3, and 565 grams for the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

The price of the device, available in presale from Thursday, is $160, $40 less than the previous version.

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The high-definition version of the Kindle Fire has a multitouch 8.9” inch screen, and a much higher price. Available for Pre-order this week, the device costs $500 or $600, depending on if you buy the 32 or 64 gigabytes of storage. But the value becomes attractive when compared with other high definition tablets, like the iPad 3, the cheapest version with 32 gigabytes of storage, costs $730.

Those who buy a Fire HD will find that the device also shows special offers and sponsored listings of movies, books and music on your screen when idle, or in locked mode. Amazon, however, said that advertising does not hinder the use of the device.

Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s chief executive, says his company is different from companies like Apple trying to make money by providing services, not selling their devices. So this is how they can can offer them at a competitive price without obsessing over them for huge profits.

Indeed: the reduction of the company’s net profit during the third quarter of last year made Amazon think that they where losing money for every Kindle Fire it sells.

(Almost) no distractions

The third and final version of the Kindle that Amazon will launch in the coming weeks is called Paperwhite: a tablet that can not play videos or pictures in color, and only uses its battery when a user moves a page or access a menu.

This is possible because it has an LED screen but with digital ink, a white surface where the dots that make up the letters and pictures are magnetically ordered, and then remain in that position naturally.

Although this model has a feature missing from previous versions: lighting of its screen, you can read even with no external light sources.

Priced at $70, The Paperwhite is also the cheapest version of the Kindle, designed for those with reading as a priority to access over the Internet or buying items from Amazon.

With regard to advertising, the model also shows product announcements from online store offers, but Amazon said that in the future will give your users the option of paying for to disable advertising in the device.

Pi: a PC for $25

The Raspberry Pi is not the first computer with a price less than $100 in the market, and the first with a price below $50, but promises to be one of the most popular. This week, the makers of the PC announced that its prototype is ready to be mass produced, and that the production will take place in the UK.

Last year, a team of British engineers discovered that they could buy the parts needed to build a incredibly small PC for just over $20.

After joining the team and prove they could run a modern version of Ubuntu, an operating system completely free, the team calculated that the system could hit the market at a price of $25, with a version a bit more powerful for $35 dollars.

While the Raspberry Pi became popular on the Internet, its creators discovered that the only way to maintain the desired selling price, the equipment was to be manufactured in China. But this week the team announced it will begin manufacturing the computer in England, keeping its cost unchanged.

Unfortunately, managing to make the Raspberry Pi in the West delayed the release of the computer almost a year. The team, which could become a favorite among governments and educational institutions, faces competition from models such as the Cubieboard, which for $50 gives four times more RAM, and a faster processor.

Apple expected to sell 10 million iPhone 5s in first week

Apple expected to sell 10 million iPhone 5s in first week

Even if you aren’t Apple’s biggest fan and you don’t like the way they do business, in fact even if you don’t like anything about Apple at all, you have to give Apple credit because they certainly know how to sell a smartphone or two (or 10 million.

According to analysts that have spoken to VR-Zone, this year’s iPhone 5 launch will be the most successful ever. The iPhone 5 will reportedly bag 10 million sales in just the first week. The first 3 months of Apple iPhone 5 sales were expected to be in the region of 22 to 23 million but already analysts are upgrading this figure to 30 million – perhaps as a consequence of Apple beating Samsung in their infamous legal dispute which could force almost across-the-board sales bans of current generation Samsung smartphones.

Last year Apple bagged 4 million iPhone 4S sales in the first 3 days of launch. Apple is currently one of the world’s most valuable companies and if this launch goes as well as analysts predict Apple could be the first company ever to reach the trillion dollar market cap.

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HTC not afraid to fight Apple

HTC not afraid to fight Apple

In the wake of Apple’s recent victory against Samsung in their patent dispute HTC has stated it is not afraid of fighting Apple in court should the smartphone giant decide to continue to pursue any claims against HTC.

HTC’s chairperson said that the company has no intention of settling with Apple, according to Asia-based reports.

The report appeared in Wednesday’s Digitimes and other Asia-based publications, which cite comments from Cher Wang, chairperson of HTC.
HTC “has great skills in innovation and has the confidence to face legal lawsuits with Apple,” the Digitimes report says, attributing those comments to Wang.

She also stated that the loss of Samsung in the Apple case doesn’t mean the Android smartphone ecosystem is under threat in any way.

HTC has been involved in a legal battle with Apple since March 2010. Apple sued HTC over iPhone patents, and the ITC (international trade commission) ruled in Apple’s favour – no surprises there.

HTC has been suing Apple, as well so its not like companies aren’t fighting back – it just seems technophobic judges and juries don’t have a clue about what is copying and what isn’t when it comes to smartphones and tablets.

Three new product launches from HTC are planned in the coming weeks so watch this space – Apple sales ban requests incoming.

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They present the Samsung Galaxy Camera at IFA 2012

Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy Camera.

Samsung made ??the official presentation of the Samsung Galaxy Camera, which features innovative and interesting optical properties.

Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy Camera.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera comes as a smart device with the ability to connect to the cellular network. The presence of Android will allow users to install applications to communicate, edit photos and upload them directly to Instagram, if desired.

The 16MP sensor camera technology has BSI (Backside Illuminated) to improve light capture, and a 21x optical zoom. The device is equipped with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from the factory and has 3G, 4G and WiFi, to share images immediately.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera has the option to backup immediately via their mobile connection and has exclusive applications designed for the device