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    Advent Vega Tegra Note – Cheap Tablet made by Nvidia

    Info Tech – Nvidia finally officially release its cheap tablet to market. The tablet called Advent Vega Tegra Note comes with a digital pen support.

    Comes with a 7-inch screen, supported by Tegra 4 chipset. The device has been available in the UK with a price tag of £ 179. As reported by Digital Spy, Thursday (11/07/2013).

    The Advent Vega Tegra Note comes with 1.280x800 screen resolution, 72-core GeForce chip graphics and quad-core processor based on the Cortex-A15. The device is also equipped with Nvidia PureAudio voice features.

    In the camera sector, Advent Vega Tegra Note has a 5-megapixel main camera and 0.3 MP secondary camera for video call support.

    The company claims that the tablet's battery can last up to 10 hours when used to play Video High Definition (HD).

    Via Digital Spy

    Advent Vega Tegra Note – Cheap Tablet made by Nvidia

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    Info Tech – Nvidia finally officially release its cheap tablet to market. The tablet called Advent Vega Tegra Note comes with a digital pen support.

    Comes with a 7-inch screen, supported by Tegra 4 chipset. The device has been available in the UK with a price tag of £ 179. As reported by Digital Spy, Thursday (11/07/2013).

    The Advent Vega Tegra Note comes with 1.280x800 screen resolution, 72-core GeForce chip graphics and quad-core processor based on the Cortex-A15. The device is also equipped with Nvidia PureAudio voice features.

    In the camera sector, Advent Vega Tegra Note has a 5-megapixel main camera and 0.3 MP secondary camera for video call support.

    The company claims that the tablet's battery can last up to 10 hours when used to play Video High Definition (HD).

    Via Digital Spy

    LG G Flex to be released on November 12

    Info Tech – South Korean electronics manufacturer, LG, announced that the smartphone with curves screen, the LG G Flex, will be available in the Korean market on November 12. This smartphone will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Round.

    Unlike the Galaxy Round, LG G Flex has a body, screen, and battery are curved. The Smartphone is also supported by Snapdragon 800 chipset, which comes with a screen resolution of 720p.

    In addition, LG promised to market the new smartphone to Europe, United States (U.S.), and China in the near future. As reported by GSMArena, Thursday (07/11/2013).

    Although the company has revealed its debut on the LG G Flex, the company still has not revealed the price of the smartphone.

    Meanwhile, the three largest operators in South Korea ready to distribute the LG G Flex smartphone.

    Via GSMArena

    LG G Flex to be released on November 12

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    Info Tech – South Korean electronics manufacturer, LG, announced that the smartphone with curves screen, the LG G Flex, will be available in the Korean market on November 12. This smartphone will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Round.

    Unlike the Galaxy Round, LG G Flex has a body, screen, and battery are curved. The Smartphone is also supported by Snapdragon 800 chipset, which comes with a screen resolution of 720p.

    In addition, LG promised to market the new smartphone to Europe, United States (U.S.), and China in the near future. As reported by GSMArena, Thursday (07/11/2013).

    Although the company has revealed its debut on the LG G Flex, the company still has not revealed the price of the smartphone.

    Meanwhile, the three largest operators in South Korea ready to distribute the LG G Flex smartphone.

    Via GSMArena

    Samsung Galaxy S5 will not feature metal case

    Info Tech – Samsung rumored is preparing the new Galaxy family, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Widely heard if the South Korean smartphone maker's will 'move on' from the use of plastic material to metal case on the new smartphone, like the iPhone and HTC.

    However, it's likely just a mere figment. Therefore, the latest report as excerpted from BGR on Tuesday (10/22/2013), Samsung discouraged and continued to insist caress the entire surface of the Galaxy S5 with plastic and pleather (plastic blend and leather) like the Galaxy Note 3 rear casing.

    Galaxy5Info site reported that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is not wrapped with metal case, as previously widely rumored. However, no doubt if Samsung is currently working on the next smartphone concept with the material.

    Mentioned, the metal case material will be pinned on the Galaxy F line. If true, then the Galaxy F could be the first premium Samsung smartphone output wrapped with metal case casing.

    The same source also said that Samsung will release the Galaxy S5 next year. Reportedly, the Galaxy S5 ready to made its debut in the first quarter of 2014 and the Galaxy F in the second quarter.

    Via BGR

    Samsung Galaxy S5 will not feature metal case

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    Info Tech – Samsung rumored is preparing the new Galaxy family, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Widely heard if the South Korean smartphone maker's will 'move on' from the use of plastic material to metal case on the new smartphone, like the iPhone and HTC.

    However, it's likely just a mere figment. Therefore, the latest report as excerpted from BGR on Tuesday (10/22/2013), Samsung discouraged and continued to insist caress the entire surface of the Galaxy S5 with plastic and pleather (plastic blend and leather) like the Galaxy Note 3 rear casing.

    Galaxy5Info site reported that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is not wrapped with metal case, as previously widely rumored. However, no doubt if Samsung is currently working on the next smartphone concept with the material.

    Mentioned, the metal case material will be pinned on the Galaxy F line. If true, then the Galaxy F could be the first premium Samsung smartphone output wrapped with metal case casing.

    The same source also said that Samsung will release the Galaxy S5 next year. Reportedly, the Galaxy S5 ready to made its debut in the first quarter of 2014 and the Galaxy F in the second quarter.

    Via BGR

    Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet Officially Launched

    Info Tech – Nokia finally announces its first tablet at the Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi, which is currently underway. The Lumia 2520 is a Windows RT 8.1-based device with a 10.1-inch screen display, which is also a marker of the entry of Nokia in the tablet market.

    Reported by The Next Web, Tuesday ( 10/22/2013 ), the Lumia 2520 will be marketed this fall in the United States (U.S.), United Kingdom, and Finland, sells for $499. While the launch in other countries will soon follow.

    The first Nokia tablet comes with a 10.1 -inch HD display ( 1080p ), which claimed by Nokia can provide the best reading skills in both indoor and outdoor. The tablet also has Nokia Power Keyboard which sells for $150, which is a cover that includes a full keypad function.

    In addition, the Lumia 2520 tablet supports 4G LTE network and WiFi. As expected from a flagship device, the Finnish company's emphasis on the imaging capabilities of the tablet with 6.7-megapixel main camera and ZEISS optics and 2-megapixel front camera.

    Other additional features, the Lumia 2520 tablet is equipped with HERE Maps and Nokia claims this latest product is the only tablet that supports true offline maps.

    Via The Next Web

    Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet Officially Launched

    Posted by Jun Harefa No comments
    Info Tech – Nokia finally announces its first tablet at the Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi, which is currently underway. The Lumia 2520 is a Windows RT 8.1-based device with a 10.1-inch screen display, which is also a marker of the entry of Nokia in the tablet market.

    Reported by The Next Web, Tuesday ( 10/22/2013 ), the Lumia 2520 will be marketed this fall in the United States (U.S.), United Kingdom, and Finland, sells for $499. While the launch in other countries will soon follow.

    The first Nokia tablet comes with a 10.1 -inch HD display ( 1080p ), which claimed by Nokia can provide the best reading skills in both indoor and outdoor. The tablet also has Nokia Power Keyboard which sells for $150, which is a cover that includes a full keypad function.

    In addition, the Lumia 2520 tablet supports 4G LTE network and WiFi. As expected from a flagship device, the Finnish company's emphasis on the imaging capabilities of the tablet with 6.7-megapixel main camera and ZEISS optics and 2-megapixel front camera.

    Other additional features, the Lumia 2520 tablet is equipped with HERE Maps and Nokia claims this latest product is the only tablet that supports true offline maps.

    Via The Next Web

    Innovative iPhone Poker Apps

    iPhone Apps
    Mobile app gaming has become a hot topic of conversation in the tech world, largely because there is simply so much creation and variety involved. Each and every day, the Apple app store at itunes.apple.com is stocked with new and exciting apps, not just with regard to utility and general entertainment, but specifically in the realm of gaming. Naturally, this is helping iPhone users to enjoy a massive variety of games on their mobile phones - but perhaps no game is enjoyed quite as frequently as poker.

    We're all aware that poker has exploded in popularity over the course of the last decade or so. Particularly the Texas Hold'Em style of poker - largely thanks to ESPN's continual airing of the "World Series Of Poker" - has become an incredibly popular source of entertainment. And now, mobile apps are giving poker fans the ability to engage in live Texas Hold'Em games against real competitors, all from a handheld mobile device! From gaming giants like Zynga, to independent websites and developers, it seems like everyone in the industry has a poker gaming app.

    Among these apps, however, none offers quite as complete a poker experience as the "Poker In Play" app from Betfair.com. If you're looking for a traditional poker experience in which you simply play your hand and see who comes out on top, you have dozens - if not hundreds - of apps to choose from. However, with "Poker In Play" you experience a unique method of gambling real money that helps you to practice you hand recognition and poker playing skills.

    Basically, "Poker In Play" is Texas Hold'Em, in which you can see every hand playing at the table. Instead of simply playing your own hand and making bets against opponents, you can observe other hands, recognize which ones benefit from new communal cards being dealt, and place bets on which hand will come out on top. It's an entirely different take on a poker playing app, and one that allows you to both work on your gaming skills and experience the thrill of real money gambling.

    Again, if you're looking for a more traditional poker experience, there are plenty of arcade options that allow you to place artificial bets to simply enjoy poker as an activity. But if you're looking for real improvement and real money-making opportunity, the "Poker In Play" app shows just how far mobile gaming has come, and how much poker playing has expanded.

    Innovative iPhone Poker Apps

    Posted by Jun Harefa No comments
    iPhone Apps
    Mobile app gaming has become a hot topic of conversation in the tech world, largely because there is simply so much creation and variety involved. Each and every day, the Apple app store at itunes.apple.com is stocked with new and exciting apps, not just with regard to utility and general entertainment, but specifically in the realm of gaming. Naturally, this is helping iPhone users to enjoy a massive variety of games on their mobile phones - but perhaps no game is enjoyed quite as frequently as poker.

    We're all aware that poker has exploded in popularity over the course of the last decade or so. Particularly the Texas Hold'Em style of poker - largely thanks to ESPN's continual airing of the "World Series Of Poker" - has become an incredibly popular source of entertainment. And now, mobile apps are giving poker fans the ability to engage in live Texas Hold'Em games against real competitors, all from a handheld mobile device! From gaming giants like Zynga, to independent websites and developers, it seems like everyone in the industry has a poker gaming app.

    Among these apps, however, none offers quite as complete a poker experience as the "Poker In Play" app from Betfair.com. If you're looking for a traditional poker experience in which you simply play your hand and see who comes out on top, you have dozens - if not hundreds - of apps to choose from. However, with "Poker In Play" you experience a unique method of gambling real money that helps you to practice you hand recognition and poker playing skills.

    Basically, "Poker In Play" is Texas Hold'Em, in which you can see every hand playing at the table. Instead of simply playing your own hand and making bets against opponents, you can observe other hands, recognize which ones benefit from new communal cards being dealt, and place bets on which hand will come out on top. It's an entirely different take on a poker playing app, and one that allows you to both work on your gaming skills and experience the thrill of real money gambling.

    Again, if you're looking for a more traditional poker experience, there are plenty of arcade options that allow you to place artificial bets to simply enjoy poker as an activity. But if you're looking for real improvement and real money-making opportunity, the "Poker In Play" app shows just how far mobile gaming has come, and how much poker playing has expanded.

    Lenovo to Launch Smartphone in US

    Lenovo K800
    Info Tech – Lenovo smartphone marketing strategy is now mostly referred to focus on Asian markets. But now according to the latest reports, Lenovo will soon expand its smartphone business.

    Quoted from Softpedia, Tuesday (05/28/2013), one of the Lenovo officials said the company will soon be selling the handset in the United States (U.S.). Thus, Lenovo is no longer just going to focus on selling smartphones in the Asian region.

    In China, Lenovo sells its smartphones as a model of 'LePhone'. Then outside the Bamboo Curtain country, the company carries 'IdeaPhone' brand. As a note, Lenovo exclusively brings Android-based smartphone since January 2013.

    Though never sold the K800 in the U.S., but the fact the smartphone debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, Las Vegas.

    A Capital Markets analyst in Hong Kong, Kishore Suratkal had previously said that before entering the U.S. market, Lenovo must first strengthen its presence in emerging markets.

    "Lenovo does have a PC brand, but its smartphone brand is still not known. Then it would make sense if Lenovo enhance its product portfolio in emerging markets, given the distribution is much more important than the operator, and can build a brand and then attack the U.S. market," said Suratkal.

    The Lenovo reportedly continued to strengthen its pace in the smartphone market. According to the China Daily, Lenovo adopted aggressive policies to overtake Samsung mobile phone production.

    via Softpedia

    Lenovo to Launch Smartphone in US

    Posted by Jun Harefa No comments
    Lenovo K800
    Info Tech – Lenovo smartphone marketing strategy is now mostly referred to focus on Asian markets. But now according to the latest reports, Lenovo will soon expand its smartphone business.

    Quoted from Softpedia, Tuesday (05/28/2013), one of the Lenovo officials said the company will soon be selling the handset in the United States (U.S.). Thus, Lenovo is no longer just going to focus on selling smartphones in the Asian region.

    In China, Lenovo sells its smartphones as a model of 'LePhone'. Then outside the Bamboo Curtain country, the company carries 'IdeaPhone' brand. As a note, Lenovo exclusively brings Android-based smartphone since January 2013.

    Though never sold the K800 in the U.S., but the fact the smartphone debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, Las Vegas.

    A Capital Markets analyst in Hong Kong, Kishore Suratkal had previously said that before entering the U.S. market, Lenovo must first strengthen its presence in emerging markets.

    "Lenovo does have a PC brand, but its smartphone brand is still not known. Then it would make sense if Lenovo enhance its product portfolio in emerging markets, given the distribution is much more important than the operator, and can build a brand and then attack the U.S. market," said Suratkal.

    The Lenovo reportedly continued to strengthen its pace in the smartphone market. According to the China Daily, Lenovo adopted aggressive policies to overtake Samsung mobile phone production.

    via Softpedia

    Nokia Prepare Lumia with 16 Camera Lens?

    Nokia Lumia with 16 camera lens
    Info Tech – Finnish mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia, plans to insert the latest technology in the next generation of Lumia line. Nokia Executive Vice President Jo Harlom offending camera technology that uses 16 cameras lens.

    Pelican is the imaging company in which Nokia invested to develop 16 lens camera technology. Lenses were arranged with the 4x4 box, using small sensors for red, green and blue - the colors compose digital images.

    When images in a snap, 16 lenses then compile them into one update. Process will reduce the noise in the image, as a result the image will look clearer. As reported by Phone Arena, Tuesday (05/28/2013).

    In addition, the camera also can be selectively focused image, as Lytro camera. "If you look at the object, computational imaging is an area of exploration. Able to capture more data that is not visible to the human eye," said Harlom.

    "I think it is a challenge to bring this technology to a smartphone, because imaging computing or computational photography requires computing power. This is one limitation in bringing that experience to the smartphone, "he continued.

    Currently there is no mobile phone technology that inserts the camera, but Nokia EOS rumored to be carrying the technology. Nokia itself did not give official statement, but it seems that the Finnish company to use the camera technology in its smartphones.

    via Phone Arena

    Nokia Prepare Lumia with 16 Camera Lens?

    Posted by Jun Harefa No comments
    Nokia Lumia with 16 camera lens
    Info Tech – Finnish mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia, plans to insert the latest technology in the next generation of Lumia line. Nokia Executive Vice President Jo Harlom offending camera technology that uses 16 cameras lens.

    Pelican is the imaging company in which Nokia invested to develop 16 lens camera technology. Lenses were arranged with the 4x4 box, using small sensors for red, green and blue - the colors compose digital images.

    When images in a snap, 16 lenses then compile them into one update. Process will reduce the noise in the image, as a result the image will look clearer. As reported by Phone Arena, Tuesday (05/28/2013).

    In addition, the camera also can be selectively focused image, as Lytro camera. "If you look at the object, computational imaging is an area of exploration. Able to capture more data that is not visible to the human eye," said Harlom.

    "I think it is a challenge to bring this technology to a smartphone, because imaging computing or computational photography requires computing power. This is one limitation in bringing that experience to the smartphone, "he continued.

    Currently there is no mobile phone technology that inserts the camera, but Nokia EOS rumored to be carrying the technology. Nokia itself did not give official statement, but it seems that the Finnish company to use the camera technology in its smartphones.

    via Phone Arena

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