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Monday, 23 September 2013 19:47

Ubuntu Touch coming to Android devices


After the attempt to make their own smartphone and the inglorious end of that great idea, Canonical did not give up from their plan to connect the PC and phone.

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Toshiba Excite Pro tablet

These days, we're looking to do things quickly while not sacrificing the quality of our work in the process. That's where tablets come in handy and it's easy to see why they're gaining more and more popularity. A PC tablet works like a regular computer, but it’s not nearly as heavy as one. This means you can do all of your work on the road, at the local coffee shop, or right in your own home without a heavy laptop sitting on your lap. You can take a PC tablet with you anywhere you go to get work done. If you're going to a business meeting, having a tablet allows you to take notes when necessary. On the other hand, if you feel like relaxing and just watching a show, you can stream shows from your tablet as well. Tablets are making life so much more convenient for consumers as they're portable computers. They're lightweight and convenient to take with you anywhere. These are just a few of the advantages of a PC tablet.

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There is one thing that is certain in the consumer electronics world, if you can lock it … someone can unlock it. Now there is something of an extension to this that says that as soon as a product is launched someone will find a flaw in it. We have already seen that someone found a flaw in the control center that allows access to quite a bit of data. Now there are people out there that will do this as a hobby without payment so what do you think happens when someone offers money to this group of individuals?

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It seems that Apple’s latest and greatest mobile operating system was shipped with a major flaw disguised as a feature. Shortly after the launch of iOS 7 there were the usual reports of bricked phones, problems reactivating the phone once it was installed etc. Most of these are common and more often than not can be traced to user software that is installed including many of the newer mobile device management applications that are in use. However when reports (and videos) started popping up showing how to bypass the lock screen without a password things were not so normal.

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tim cook 0115

Ok, so we took some license with the comment from Mr. Cook, but he attempted jab at Microsoft and Nokia is something that he probably should not have said. According to Tim Cook Nokia failed because they could no longer innovate: “I think [Nokia] is a reminder to everyone in business that you have to keep innovating and that to not innovate is to die.” To some this comment is an indication that Apple is still in the game and working on new and exciting products, to others it is something of a joke.

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Monday, 16 September 2013 06:01

Layoffs at HTC America


HTC America currently employs 150 people, but the number will soon be reduced as it was confirmed by the smartphone manufacturer. Layoffs will hit 20% of the workforce which is about 30 people

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Wednesday, 11 September 2013 21:22

New speakers from Sony


Sony at IFA introduced a series of speakers customized for different occasions. Portable wireless speaker SRS-BTS50 can be connected with devices such as smart mobile phones and tablet via Bluetooth and NFC, and is resistant to water splashes, while rechargeable battery provides up to 10 hours.

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How many times have you reached into your pockets to pull out headphones and instead of listenting to favourite music spent the next few minutes untangling the "gordian knot" your headphones decided to make. Mladen Šimić, 27 year old Master of sociology from Croatia decided to put an end to this extremely annoying problem. He created "why knot", a very simple object that will keep your headphones from tangling and, what's even more important, damaging, since you dont have to wrap the cable around anything nor bend the connection spots.

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Monday, 09 September 2013 20:03

Toshiba Encore Tablet Shown off at IFA


Toshiba launched their 8-inch tablet named Encore which comes with "full" version of Windows 8 at IFA. The tablet will come preinstalled with Windows 8.1, and will be on sale in the last quarter of this year.

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Monday, 09 September 2013 19:48

Surface 2 on September 23rd

surface pro hero

Considering that the information about upcoming Microsoft's tablet are leaking like crazy, it was only a matter of time when they will release the date of presentation of new devices. This will happen on September 23rd at an event in New York, and the invitations for the event have already been sent.

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