Archive for April, 2012

LG Optimus is renamed as LG Optimus ‘True HD’ LTE

LG Optimus is renamed as LG Optimus ‘True HD’ LTE

The LG Optimus LTE has received a face shift by renaming it as Optimus True HD LTE as a response to the dominating Samsung gadgets in the Android smartphone market. The Optimus True HD LTE- now available in US, Canada, Japan, and Korea will be launched in more countries across Europe and Asia. Specifications The...
Filed in: Mobile Phones
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HP creating slate for business customers

HP creating slate for business customers

A lot of companies have started to make tablets or slates as some would call it. Apple started the revolution and then companies such as Acer, Samsung, ASUS and a few others took off with their own tablets. Another company that has been actively creating slates for consumers is HP and it seems that...
Filed in: Tablets
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Samsung Galaxy S III Not to Have Quad-Core CPU in US

Samsung Galaxy S III Not to Have Quad-Core CPU in US

The Galaxy S III may not have the much-hyped quad core processor when it will be released in the US. This in the wake of a statement by a Samsung executive who would not be named, that in different markets, different chips would be used. Samsung Galaxy S III The Android smartphone is rumored to...
Filed in: Mobile Phones
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Ubuntu 12.04 LTS released

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS released

Ubuntu releases a new version twice a year which is a lot more than any other operating systems in the world. However, not all of the versions are supported in the long run but its Long Term Support (LTS) versions are usually a must-have for most people especially with those that wants a stable support...
Filed in: Computer Gadgets
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Chromebooks Rebirth with Integration of Chrome OS and Google Drive

Chromebooks Rebirth with Integration of Chrome OS and Google Drive

Chromebooks are going to be refreshed as Google is planning to integrate Google Drive with tying up of cloud storage service into the ultraportable that are Chrome OS based. Chrome chief Pichai told that the online drive will be a default local drive option available on the chromebooks....
Filed in: Laptops
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Samsung 17-inch Series 7 Chronos uses Ivy Bridge

Samsung 17-inch Series 7 Chronos uses Ivy Bridge

The new Intel Ivy Bridge processor has yet to be released but there are a lot of news already about it. There are also a handful of lucky manufacturers that got early batches of the processor and one of them is Samsung. They have showcased the processor in one of their notebooks and to be precise, it...
Filed in: Laptops
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MetroPCS is Actively Promoting the LG Optimus M+

MetroPCS is Actively Promoting the LG Optimus M+

While there are all those fancy smartphones and mobile devices strutting their stuff out there in the market, here is one nice little unassuming, entry-level and much less expensive Android handheld from MetroPCS. So, while we continue to drool at the several HTCs and Samsungs, we are rather taken aback...
Filed in: Mobile Phones
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