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Friday12 August 2022

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MS Surface

After nVidia launched their own gaming product (SHIELD) rumors that nVidia will be making their own branded tablet started popping up. Most of these were centered on some very interesting improvements in the graphical power of their SoCs. For more than a few years the industry wondered why nVidia was not the hands down leader in the tablet graphics market. There was no direct competition from AMD and most of the other companies in the game did not have the same level of experience that nVidia had. Somehow their products, though good, were not the game leaders that nVidia and others felt they should be. Of course all of that is changing as nVidia showed us with Project Logon.

Published in News
Thursday, 08 August 2013 16:23

LG officially launches the G2

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At an event in New York, LG's new flaghship smart mobile phone has been unveiled. The LG G2 is based on 2.26 gigahertz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with Adreno 330 graphics subsystem and Full HD IPS LCD screen with a diagonal of 5.2-inches that extends almost to the edge of the device. There is also support for a mobile network based on LTE-Advanced technology, rear view camera with a resolution of 13 megapixels, 16 or 32 GB of storage and 2GB of RAM, a battery capacity of 3,000 mAh, and the operating system will be Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

Published in News
Wednesday, 07 August 2013 12:38

Fun with numbers part 2.789428+10E

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My statistical analysis instructor once told me that numbers have their own magic and rules as soon as they enter the world of statistics. A 5 is no longer a 5 there as it becomes defined, qualified and categorized. His meaning is that you can use numbers in very different ways in statistics and these might not always measure up with reality. This magic goes far beyond the fact that there are three different ways to find an “average”. The distortion is so great that using actual numbers you can prove almost anything with them.

Published in Editorials
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The Consumer Electronics world is a very interesting one (it is also very entertaining). There is a ton of money and effort put into conveying a message for this or that product and service by people that, often, do not even know the technology they are talking about. On top of that there is a media presence that is made up of everything from the entry level user to the ubergeeks. You have blogs, news sites, review sites, company review sites, Amazon reviews, New Egg Blogs and customer reviews and more. It is almost impossible to get any real information out of what is broadcast on the internet these days. This is even more true when you have all of these sites rushing to get their article out first. This environment has created a situation where information is partially researched, based solely on synthetic tests or (even worse) is more opinion than fact.

Published in Editorials
Thursday, 01 August 2013 20:14

Microsoft Office on Android devices

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Microsoft has finally released a version of their famous Office tools for mobile devices based on Android. Office Mobile for Android devices, brings an optimized support for Word, PowerPoint and Excel. On mobile devices, it is possible to create new Word and Excel documents, edit existing Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents, it has a special presentation mode for PowerPoint, offline editing, viewing and editing of Office documents from e-mail attachment.

Published in News
Thursday, 25 July 2013 21:18

New Nexus 7 is here

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At the presentation that was held by Sundar Pichai, Google has officially announced the successor of their very popular seven-inch Android tablet, which we could purchase for relatively small money, and enjoy it enough. Name of the new device has remained the same - Nexus 7.

Published in News
Wednesday, 24 July 2013 19:38

Flipboard is Now Heading to Web Browsers

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Approximately 75 million of mobile users created more than 2 million magazines and now they are given the possibility to do the same with the Internet browsers, company's CEO, Mike McCue announced.

Published in News
Monday, 22 July 2013 21:49

Moto X presentation on August 1st

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Motorola has announced the launch of their new smartphone Moto X. Conference at which the device will be presented is scheduled for 1st August and will take place in New York.

Published in News
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 21:46

Redesigned web version of Google Play

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Google has today made available their new interface of the web version of Google Play store. Redesign greatly resembles the interface that is already present on the Android devices.

Published in News
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There is no doubt that the mobile market has gotten huge. Everyone is building devices to enable, extend, accessorize, and maximize the mobile experience. Mobile data usage (which really means media consumption) has gone through the roof. What is interesting about the usage numbers is that they are not all 3/4G in most cases the data is flying over public or private Wi-Fi networks. This has opened up a market for a new class of device and as you might imagine manufacturers have stepping into fill this need. The first generation was all about getting the media to your device, but was limited in a couple of ways; you could not expand the memory and also there was no way to prevent battery drain on the device you were using to access the media. This is where the second generation comes in; devices with media ports instead of fixed memory and also the ability to charge your mobile device. Today we are taking a look at the ADATA DashDrive Air AE400; let’s see what it brings to the table.

Published in Gadgets
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