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Tegra 4 Announced By NVIDIA

01/06/2013, [CES 2013] What comes after Tegra 3? Why, the simple answer would be one of the world’s worst kept secrets, Tegra 4. Just what kind of processing muscle does the Tegra 4 pack? For starters, there are 72 GPU cores, a quartet of Cortex A15 CPU cores, and...

Samsung NX300 Camera With f1.8 2D/3D Lens [Video]

01/03/2013, Samsung has just announced the Samsung NX300 Camera ($749.99), a compact system that is going its flagship compact interchangeable lens camera going forward. The Samsung NX300 is equipped with an APS-C sensor and can shoot photos in an ISO range of...

Archos TV Connect Androidfies Your HTDV

01/03/2013, Archos is coming up with a new product called Archos TV Connect, and the company said that it will turn any HDTV into an Android Smart TV that can use the “full Android eco-system”. The interaction will happen thanks to a special QWERTY...

Samsung Series 7 Ultra aims to go beyond Ultrabooks

01/02/2013, [CES 2013] While the Samsung Series 7 Ultra, Samsung wants to provide a “new Ultrabook Experience” as the company puts it. What’s for sure is that the specifications are very nice for a 13.3″ laptop, let’s take a look: 1080p...

Samsung Series 7 Chronos Laptop

01/02/2013, [CES 2013] Here is the Samsung Series 7 Chronos, a line of laptops that Samsung intends to present next week at CES 2013. The Samsung Series 7 is aimed at the professional market, an area where Samsung says it has expended in 2012 (according to David...

Garmin Navigon Gets Glympse and Foursquare Integration

12/18/2012, Garmin has issued an update to its Navigon software (iOS and Android) that adds Glympse and Foursquare support. Foursquare is a social game in which you compete with your friends by “checking in” various places. You can earn points, badges and...

Facebook For Android 2.0 Aims For Speed

12/13/2012, Facebook has just announced its Facebook for Android 2.0 app which is landing in Google Play later today. The new app is now using native code, just like it does on the iOS version which brought a huge speed boost, especially on the new iPhone 5 hardware....

Olive One Music Appliance Looks Great

12/12/2012, Olive has just launched the Olive One project ($399), a home music device that looks great and comes with the latest refinements in terms of home music appliances: touch controls, LCD display, built-in storage (6000 albums), network connectivity and...

NVIDA GeForce Experience App Finds Near-Perfect Game Settings

12/06/2012, NVIDIA has released its GeForce Experience application to 10,000 early users. Some of you may recall that back in April, NVIDIA revealed this application that optimizes PC games graphics (and physics) settings to increase image quality, performance...

Android Apps Get Vector Maps In New Google API

12/03/2012, Google has just announced the new Google Maps API that will let Android developers use the same vector-based data that Google Maps has been using for some time. Previously, Android apps could only use a (bitmap) tile-based map system. The new API offers...

Libon: Free Calls and Visual Voicemail for iPhone

11/21/2012, Libon is a free iOS app that allows users to call for free landlines and mobile numbers in a number of countries. According to Libon, the service offers free calls with HD sound, an audio quality that is not offered by competitive applications on mobile....

ORA: Ultimate Speaker Case and Stand for iPad

11/19/2012, Delivering great audio in ultra-thin bodies is one of the main challenges that tablets and smartphones manufacturers are facing, and, although the iPad provides a relatively good sound quality, it is not sufficient when it comes to listening to music or...