Samsung Galaxy Tab was revealed last week at IFA where its overall specs were revealed. The Tablet really looked impressive but Samsung did not reveal how much the device will cost. Some reports suggested that the device may cost about a thousand dollars which is twice as much as the cheapest iPad but current reports are now suggesting that the device may cost between $200 to $400.
According to Wall Street Journal, a Samsung executive claims that the device would cost less when it comes to U.S stores and its price will be between $200 to $300 which may vary from carrier to carrier. While [...]
The official iPhone 4 delivery date was announced by Apple for 24 June 2010 for the iPhone 4 pre-order which was lived on 15 June 2010 but according to several readers over the web and MacRumors the iPhone 4 shipment date is now toggled to 23rd June 2010 which is printed on their iPhone 4 shipment notifications received from Apple.
On the very first day of iPhone 4 pre-order Apple received 600,0000 iPhone 4 pre-order and AT&T suspended iPhone 4 pre-order because of iPhone 4 stock outage in stores as the pre-orders were exceeding the limit and this was a record breaking order for an [...]
According to Analysts report the shortage and delay in iPhone 4 delivery relates to the supply issue of Retina display which is an IPS, in-plane switching technology used by Apple for iPhone 4 and iPad screens.
The LG Display Korea is the manufacturer of Retina screens for Apple and this is also reported that company can only produce about 2 million units per month against 4 million and it was planned earlier.
CNET reported that according to senior technology analyst at Rodman & Renshaw:
“Low yields on the IPS LCD panel from LG Display have dramatically impacted the production volumes [...]
Sheee-yoot, now this one humdinger of a crane. If you look at the tiny silhouettes of the people in rafts around the warship (well, half of the warship), you really get a sense of just how big this thing must be.
The warship, of course, is the Cheonan of the Republic of Korea Navy (or ROKN). The 1,200-ton vessel split in two after being struck by a torpedo fired by a North Korean miniature submarine and sank into the Yellow Sea. Unfortunately, 46 members of the 104-man crew didn’t make it.
The rear section of the ship was recovered on April 15th, with the bow, pictured above, being lifted [...]
LG and Microsoft have partnered up in South Korea — and only South Korea — to start selling the former’s LED TVs with the latter’s gaming consoles. The terms of the deal are still unclear as the Xbox doesn’t appear to be getting an official hardware upgrade to make it all work, but up above you can definitely see two dudes getting down with some 3D gaming powered by Microsoft.
The deal could expand to other Asian markets later, though it’s weird that something like 3D — which is supposed to be the Next Big Thing — is being rolled out quietly by a major company with [...]
If you like a powerful smartphone in your hands along with new technology, this could be your next model. Some are abandoning their iPhones for this new Samsung Wave S8500. See what the fuss is all about right here in this short article.
Where do you start with a device that has so many features ? The phone looks good, really good with its shiny black exterior and hexagonal D-Pad. The phone´s other name in Korean is “Bada” and this is one “Bad” phone. Bada means “ocean” in Korean. The operating system is original and you can only get it from Samsung. It is a direct affront to [...]
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The New Zealand round of ACTA [ed: the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, a secret copyright treaty being negotiated outside of the United Nations] negotiations concluded earlier today with participants promising to release the draft text next week. This obviously represents a major new development that reflects the mounting global pressure for greater transparency that built in the weeks leading up to the negotiations.
Since the text has already been leaked, the importance of the official release arises less from revealing what is in ACTA and more from showing how much progress [...]
To hell with 3D television — I’d rather have higher resolution. If the rest of the TV-buying public agrees with me, then you’re looking at the super display of the future. This TVLogic LUM-560W rocks the rez known as Quad HD, showing 3,845 x 2,160 pixels of ultra-high-def, far beyond the paltry 1920 x 1080 of today’s HDTVs.
This is one of a few superscreens peeking out from the future, showing off what might be commonplace a decade from now. Meanwhile, filmmakers with their high-resolution digital cinema files will love editing their flicks natively on this gorgeous display, [...]
The roll-out of 3D TV has begun in earnest and Samsung is hoping to capitalize on consumer interest by being first to market in several territories. The company’s 3D sets have been available in Korea for over a month, have recently appeared for sale in the U.S. and European markets, and yesterday Australian availability was announced for next week. So with consumers now actually able to grab the new tech off store shelves, we thought it was time to give a brief summary of what Samsung has on offer.
Take Your Pic of Screen Technologies
Samsung seems to be subscribing to the old saying [...]
Despite our touch interface-enhanced tech environment, some old-schoolers still long for the days of the cord-bound phone. The new Desk Phone Dock from Korea’s Kee Utility Inc. helps ease those of us with more analog tastes into the world of the smartphone present and future.
Besides being a stylish way to use your iPhone at the office, the device recharges your iPhone, sync it with your PC, and can act as a speaker phone, too. No pricing or release date has been announced, but you can stay updated on the Desk Phone Dock’s availability here.
Via Akihabara News