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Samsung launches Galaxy Note II in India and Germany

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Note II in India and Germany. In India the phone is being priced at ₹39,990 (around $750) whereas in Germany the phone will be sold for €699. In case you’re not aware of this device, the Galaxy Note II is an updated version of last year’s Galaxy Note and is basically a stretched Galaxy S III. It has a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, up from 5.3-inch... 

Intel Haswell Core processor officially announced

Intel has kicked off its Developer’s Forum in San Francisco with a wide-ranging keynote detailing the company’s plans for our computing future Front and center was the company’s new Haswell Core processor, developed for mobile PCs, including Intel’s own Ultrabook platform. According to David (Dadi) Perlmutter, Intel’s chief product officer, the new processor is most power-efficient... 

Apple iPhone 5 expected to sell 10M units this month alone

The Apple iPhone 5 is barely out the door and pre-orders haven’t even started yet, but analysts have already come up with the first forecasts for its market performance. RBC Capital Markets is expecting the new iOS flagship smartphone to ship 8 to 10 million units this month alone. The iPhone 5 will only launch on September 21, but it will already be available in 31 countries before the month’s... 
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Apple releases camera sample images from the new iPhone 5

One of the key features that Apple chose to talk about during the iPhone 5 keynote yesterday was the camera. The camera on the iPhone 4S was already impressive and if Apple is to be believed, the one on the iPhone 5 is even better. Now on paper, the camera on the iPhone 5 is identical to that on the 4S. It still has the same 8 megapixel backside illuminated sensor with a hybrid IR filter, five... 

Here’s where you can use the iPhone 5 ‘ultrafast LTE’

While our friends across the Atlantic have been basking in the full shine of fast LTE wireless network connectivity, here in Europe the adoption rate has been… well, let’s just say, less than stellar. But fast or not, LTE adoption in Europe is happening. It’s the 4G we’ve all been waiting and now that the mobile hardware has matured enough, Apple is finally confident enough... 

This Virtual Keyboard That Hangs On Your Keychain

Laser-based virtual keyboards have been around a while.  So far, though, we’ve never seen one that’s small enough to make it worthwhile to really stop carrying a separate keyboard if you want to type on your tablet or phone with bigger keys.  That is, until we saw the Keychain Virtual Keyboard, which can hook onto a key fob and slide into your pocket for hassle-free transport. Sold... 

What If Wall-E And A Tapeworm Had A Child?

Don’t get me wrong, flexi flash flashlight looks pretty functional but I can’t help think this is what it would have looked like if Wall-E had ended up with a tapeworm instead of EVE. Now that we have that thought out of the way, lets get to the nitty gritty of this cool flashlight. Made with bendy silicone, think of it as a wristband with LEDs installed on one end.  Instead of... 

Apple iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

The Apple iPhone 5 takes on the Samsung Galaxy S3, but who comes out on top in this epic clash of the titans? We square up the specs to find out Whether you love the sound of the new iPhone 5, or massively underwhelmed by the latest Apple smartphone instalment, it’s probably going to sell in its millions and have fanboys queuing outside Apple Stores across the world. Fear not Android lovers,... 

iPhone 5 officially launched at Apple press event!

Apple has unveiled its new iPhone, the iPhone 5, at a press event in San Francisco. It’s the thinnest and lightest iPhone yet, weighing just 112g and measuring just 7.6mm in depth. It does, as expected, come with a 16:9 4-inch 326ppi Retina display, with a 1136 x 640 resolution. It’s the same width as that on the iPhone 4S, but taller. Because of the extra height, there’s... 

LiteOn – Device that Uses Kinetic Energy to Power Gadgets

A lot of gadgets today are being launched into the market and all of them require power. This is the reason why some designers are working on devices that could help charge various gadgets using renewable energy. One of such devices is called LiteOnand was developed by industrial designer Cindy Karimun. The LiteOn makes use of kinetic energy to collect clean electrical power. The device was inspired... 
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