Some phones are just too big for Mobile World Congress. That’s Samsung’s thinking, given the triumphant launch of its Galaxy S II — in all its guises. While specifications for Sammy’s next flagship are spinning rumor windmills across the web, there’s nothing particularly concrete on what we’ll be seeing just yet. However, in an official statement received by Techradar, the manufacturer revealed that the phone will be treated to its very own launch — something it’s also plotting for its new Google TV sets. In its own words:
“Samsung is looking [...]
According to WSJ report Apple is working over a small iPhone that would be half in size of iPhone 4, half in price about $200 and will be launched in this summer.
Probably Apple wants to compete with HP Veer which has been just announced few days back with fabulous features packed in a small device by small iPhone launch.
It has been also reported that small iPhone codename is N97, integrated with the capability to support multiple-band networks.
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Say hello to NVIDIA’s GF106 core (please pretend you’ve never met before). The company’s third Fermi desktop iteration is described as “a little more than half of the GF104 implementation,” which in real terms means 192 CUDA cores versus the GTX 460′s 336, reduced memory bandwidth with a 128-bit-wide bus and a lower number of ROPs at 16. These disadvantages are ameliorated by 783MHz graphics and 1566MHz processor clock speeds as well as a much more forgiving power profile — the new GTS 450 cards will require just the one 6-pin power connector for [...]
Samsung says they’ve sold a million Galaxy S phones in the US over a month and a half—not iPhone 4 debut numbers, but strong nonetheless. Verizon and Sprint will soon offer the Galaxy, following AT&T and T-Mobile. [Fortune]
In 2007 Apple has introduced iTunes U which is now the world’s most popular educational catalog program has surpassed 300 million downloads.
According to Apple blog:
“Over 800 universities throughout the world have active iTunes U sites, and nearly half of these institutions distribute their content publicly on the iTunes Store®. New content has just been added from universities in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico and Singapore, and iTunes users now have access to over 350,000 audio and video files from educational institutions around the globe.”
The white iPhone 4 might not be available to us just yet, but that hasn’t stopped some folks over in Japan from getting hold of a unit and posting the unboxing pictures. It’s no surprise to anyone to see that the packaging is completely identical to the black iPhone 4, except for the color difference. The white iPhone 4 is expected in the second half of July, though a specific date wasn’t mentioned. Are you looking forward to the white iPhone 4, or do you think the black version looks nicer?
This is it. Here’s the long waited white iPhone 4 with full packaging which [...]
Independent digital cinema company RED has dropped a bombshell in the usual way, by a random post on the REDuser.net forums. This time it is a working Scarlet, a device teased a year and a half ago and given no timeline. It’s been a favorite target for RED naysayers, but the shot at right shows it in essentially its final form, with 8X fixed zoom in place, touchscreen and inputs all in place.
Keep in mind that the Scarlet is not a camera for you and me; its cost is estimated to be at least $3000, and “optional” accessories like tripod, EVF, and so on, drive up the cost even further. [...]
The FCC has approved the first U.S. 4G long term evolution (LTE) mobile phone Samsung SCH-R900 which will be launched in second half of 2010 by MetroPCS network.
Right now the only information available about Samsung SCH-R900 is that device will be capable to work at LTE and EV-DO connectivity with the support of 1700, 1900 MHz bands.
According to the FAQ section of Microsoft’s TechNet site, the first service pack for Windows 7 will be available in the early months of 2011:
Q: When will SP1 be released?
A: Service Pack 1 will be released within the first half of calendar year 2011.
This is a bit later than most expected, but at least now we have an official date range.