Monthly Archives: February 2013

Samsung Announces Galaxy Note 8, Aims To Dethrone The iPad Mini


Samsung Electronics is increasing its tablet range with a new competitor for Apple’s famous iPad Mini. The new Galaxy Tab 8.0 will sport an 8 inch screen putting it very close to the iPad Mini which released in November with

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Samsung confirms Galaxy S4 to launch March 14 [Pics]


Samsung electronics is all set to unveil its flagship smartphone the Galaxy S4 on March 14th. Samsung has sent out invitations this morning to a “Samsung Unpacked” event in New York for next month. While the invitation contained little details,

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Posted in Android, Phone, Product Rumours, Smartphone

Google’s Chromebook Pixel elevates Chrome OS ambitions


In an attempt to satisfy cloud-computing power users, Google recently launched its Chromebook Pixel, a $1,299 laptop with a high-resolution touch screen that’s now the flagship of the Chrome OS fleet. “The goal was to push the boundary and build

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This is Sony’s PS4: Here’s All You Need To Know


Sony just announced it’s 4th generation console, namely the PS4. The PS4 is the first new home console from the Japanese giants in six years, and details are rife over the specs, style and cost of the new console. Here’s our

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Sony files patent for EyePad


Sony is eyeing its own EyePad, but it’s not a device that is meant to compete with Apple popular iPad. Instead, the device would act as an input device for an entertainment console. The device may end up becoming a

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Why The Surface Pro Isn’t Meant For Everyone


Last week saw the addition of a new tablet to the market, the Surface Pro. While the device saw generally favourable reviews, it was criticised for its 4 hour battery life and its hefty price tag. The Surface Pro still sold

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Uh oh: Nintendo sold only 57,000 Wii U units in the U.S. in January


If you want to put that figure into comparison, during the same period in its lifecycle, Nintendo’s Wii hit 435,000 unit sales. Nintendo’s Wii U has had a rough January. Only 57,000 Wii U units were sold by Nintendo in the U.S.

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PS4 prototype controller revealed?


Sources tell IGN and Kotaku that the leaked PlayStation 4 controller image is indeed real, but is only a prototype. Sony is all set to reveal the future of the PlayStation brand at a New York City event next Wednesday, but

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iOS 6 Bug Lets Anyone Unlock Your Phone Without a Passcode


A bug recently discovered in iOS 6.0.1 and above (i.e iOS 6.1, iOS 6.1.1) lets you unlock an iPhone without needing to know the password, meaning anyone with access to your phone can make calls, edit contacts, send messages on your behalf,

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Surface Pro knocked for low repairability by iFixit


You should not try to repair Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet by yourself. Never. This is iFixit’s advice, which rated the Surface Pro a mere 1 on a 10-point scale of repairability, with 10 being the easiest to repair. iFixit found that there are

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