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Friday, 31 January 2014 15:29

Asus releases the S1 pocket size projector

New Asus S1 projector has a dimensions of just 110.5x102x30.7 mm and a weight of 342 grams, so you can pack it in your pocket and then use it anywhere for screening  for up to three hours of work as he can withstand with  the battery of 6000 mAh. The battery can also be used as a mobile phone or tablet charger.

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Yesterday the big news was that Lenovo “bought” Motorola Mobility from Google for around $2.91 Billion dollars. This price tag is a far cry from the $12.5 Billion that Google originally paid for the handset maker. Something seems missing in the differences until you find out that Lenovo did not get the same thing that Google bought. All Lenovo is selling is the manufacturing capability and the brand name. The majority of Motorola’s assets are going to stay with Google.

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Thursday, 30 January 2014 15:40

Nokia promotes personal data privacy

Nokia video showcase is trying to remind us that in today's modern world we must pay more attention to the protection of personal data, and also to convince us that they have just the right solution for us.

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Thursday, 30 January 2014 13:58

Completely new design for Galaxy Gear 2

If you believe a sources within the company, whose info was transferred by the Korean ZDNet, the new Samsung smart watch should experience a complete redesign. Experts are already wondering whether this is a response to the lack of good sales results of the first generation Galaxy gear, or prepare for increasing competition in the market of smart watches, including even Apple's iWatch which does not exist yet.

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Monday, 27 January 2014 12:27

Expected decline at Samsung

As expected, earnings of the Korean technology giant Samsung has dropped in the last quarter of 2013. Compared to the year before, the company's profit decreased by 6%, and stopped at 7.73 billion. The operating profit of the department who earns the most, one for mobile devices, has remained the same as a year ago, but fell by as much as 18 % compared to the previous quarter. It is believed that the reason for this is the release of new iPhone models which dragged away customers from Samsung, especially in the pre-Christmas period.

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Monday, 27 January 2014 09:27

Nokia Normandy is Nokia X

At the upcoming Mobile World Congress which will be held in Barcelona, Nokia will supposedly present their new, somewhat controversial, mobile phone, about which more and more information leaks on the web. A month ago we published one of the first image of the device called Nokia Normandy, the first smartphone from this manufacturer that will be based on the Android OS.

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Options to pay via mobile phones are nothing new, but it seems that Apple doesn't like any of the current solutions. Instead of supporting some of the existing solutions, the company reportedly decided to develop their very own.

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Thursday, 23 January 2014 15:26

Motorola plans to make $50 smartphone

According to the latest information coming from the Motorola's Dennis Woodside, they are currently preparing plans for the first budget smartphone.

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Last year, Panasonic has announced that they will stop the produciton of smartphones due to the permanent losses it generated, but after only a few months  once again information about a possible return of Panasonic smartphones are circulating.

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Tuesday, 21 January 2014 20:18

HP's phablets for the Indian market

HP has announced plans to re-enter the market of mobile phones and tablets. As things stand now, there are two models, both designed for the Indian market.

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