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  • 25.03.11
    HTC's Desire smartphone series is one of those things that you just can't ignore if you're looking for Android-based smartphone. Still "fresh" in terms of raw power - 1GHz CPU, Android 2.2, 768MB RAM and 1.5GB ROM, and pretty much all of the technologies you can think of, ranging from Bluetooth to WiFi and 3G connectivity, are all standard things in this class. Also, this thing has a huge screen and a 8MP camera, which should be more then enough for you to record your videos (HD) and pictures with good enough quality and details. Let's see how everything else works.... Add new comment
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  • 20.01.11
    If you take a look at some facts - N8 seems like a "let's try it one more time"-phone by Nokia. Apple gained huge ground in the smartphone market, Android-based phones are eating up marketshare as well so this might be like a last valid attempt by Nokia before trying to do some huge changes. It's ased on Symbian, it has a very nice and crisp 3.5" 640x360 AMOLED screen, very nice design and two cameras. But is that really enough to compete against iPhones and Android-based phones? Add new comment
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  • 10.01.11
    Samsung's Galaxy Tab looks like a device that's a bit confusing - it's a phone, it's a tablet, yet, it's too big for first and too small for the second market. What Samsung tried to do here is - just make a device that will have best from the both worlds - mobile phone and a tablet. It's armed with the 7" screen and a price that looks like an invitation to fight with the undisputed king of the tablet market - Apple's iPad. Also, besides the fact that it's smaller (we've got a metaphore for that around here - half-iPad), it's also thinner then iPad - by a mm or so. Let's see what it can offer in real life. Add new comment
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  • 05.01.11
    Having worked with NVIDIA for the better part of the past eight or so years, I believe I've gotten to a point where I know this company and its products rather well. It's been years, but pretty much everything's gone through hands of the crew here - from various VGA's to motherboards and server-related products. But when I first heard about Tegra, I was a bit surprised. The fact that NVIDIA was moving towards mobile business wasn't such a surprise, but the way they chose to do so - kind of was. And the way was - let's start off by delivering the best. Add new comment
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  • 03.12.10
    Microsoft launched its mobile version of Windows recently and - a couple of Windows Phone 7 devices are on the market. One of these is HTC's Surround, a very solid WP7-based phone that will show us what the platform can do - right now. It's been awhile since - software-wise - Microsoft offered something substantionally new to its partners on the mobile market so - let's check it out. Add new comment
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  • 01.11.10
    This was one of first tablets which hit the martket after the now-famous iPad, and of course one of first Android-based tablets available to buy instantly. Specifications seems OK at first glance - Android 2.1, 7“ LED-backlit touchscreen seems large enough, yet not as large to carry around as 10“ tablets, Snapdragon, 256 RAM, 8GB internal SD storage,accelerometer, webcam, 3G, WLAN, 8.1 Wh battery. So, it seems that Huawei included everything needed for portable fun. Let's check it out. Add new comment
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  • 25.10.10
    HTC Desire was one of the first Android devices with 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, which should make it super-fast on Android 2.1 And it did! We got it among first when it hit the market, and first impression was 'whoo, fast', and we noticed capacitive touchscreen quality is really good. High resolution, sharp picture, great feeling while typing and fast response, and above all realistic colors. Desire was a pleasure to use from the very start so - let's see what our other impressions were. Add new comment
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  • 23.10.10
    If we were to put it in one sentence – this laptop is heavily MacBook Pro influenced in terms of design, color choices and quite a few details. But it's a beast nevertheless, and a beautiful one at that. Newer model that came out recently (Envy 17 3D) uses NVIDIA's 3D Vision and 120Hz screen to give you the 3D experience on the laptop and – this is quite a popular trend nowadays, with Toshiba, ASUS and others coming with similar models. Add new comment
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  • 20.10.10
    Today we will talk about Nokia 5230 XpressMusic  smart phone who comes from well known music family. Nokia 5230 is cheaper entry-point and looks almost identical to its big brother 5800 Xpressmusic  but as its name says it comes stripped away with some major functions like wifi, flash, weaker camera and not to say no memory card included and USB data cable. Add new comment
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  • 19.10.10
    18.4" screen, Core i7 740QM, four GB's of memory, GeForce 360m and Blu-Ray drive are definite stars of this desktop replacement. As your mobile office, you can take it anywhere and be completely sure that you'll be able to do whatever kind of work you want to do, and pretty fast. Gaming, mobile connectivity and surprisingly good battery might help. It's big for sure, but is it also worth it to carry around so you can do the work? Add new comment
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Sep
2011

Amazon going Apple-style on... Apple?

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

Amazon logoSo, we've been waiting for awhile, but now it's finally here. Although we're still getting some info and details about Amazon's new products, it's pretty clear what Amazon's trying to do with their new Kindle Fire tablet. And it doesn't seem to be an easy task to achieve, but if anyone's got the tools to kick Apple a little bit, it's Amazon. Long-time biggest online marketplace for books, music, DVDs and whatnots definitely has a library to put to good use.

 
21
Sep
2011

Motorola's new Fire!

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Motorola FireNever compromise individuality with the new, budget-friendly Android™-powered smartphone from Motorola Mobility Italia. The fashionable Motorola FIRE™smartphone offers a full QWERTY keyboard with touchscreen display and ultimate personalization options users expect from the fun and versatile Android platform. The Motorola FIRE which comes in Licorice and Ultra white will be available from October in Italy at the price of 179 euro (recommended retail, VAT included), at Vodafone stores and the main phones stores. Motorola FIRE has a sleek, modern design and a sophisticated finish. Its full QWERTY keyboard and 2.8-inch touchscreen display provide the perfect combination of tools for emailing, texting and browsing the Web and stay in constant contact with friends and family through the world’s leading social media applications.

 
14
Mar
2011

AT&T introduces data caps for U-Verse and DSL users

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AT&TIt looks like AT&T will start introducing data caps on their U-Verse and DSL users, starting May 2. Although a lot of users will remain unaffected by this, U-Verse fiber optic users will have their Internet traffic capped to 250GB per month, while DSL users will have 150GB data cap. This is reportedly better then what some other service providers have been trying to do similar things, with Comcast's hard-cap at 250GB (meaning - cutting-off Internet access) Time Warner Cable going to 40GB cap which got canned after everyone opposed - users and poiticians.

 
04
Mar
2011

Smith Micro announces SendStuffNow for WP7

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NokiaSmith Micro Software, Inc., a leading developer and marketer of software solutions and services for the mobility market, today launched SendStuffNow™ for Windows Phone 7 Smartphone devices. SendStuffNow is a cloud-based managed file transfer service that ensures the secure delivery of files too large to send via email. On the desktop, SendStuffNow integrates directly with Microsoft Outlook to provide users with a secure and easy to use alternative to FTP when transferring large files. With the addition of the Windows Phone 7 client, SendStuffNow users can now manage their file delivery tasks while on the go. The app tracks the status of pending file deliveries, allows additional users to access files that have already been uploaded and accepts photos, videos and documents found on a user's device.

 
02
Mar
2011

Apple launches iPad 2

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Apple® today introduced iPad™ 2, the next generation of its magical device for browsing the web, reading and sending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, listening to music, playing games, reading ebooks and much more. iPad 2 features an entirely new design that is 33 percent thinner and up to 15 percent lighter than the original iPad, while maintaining the same stunning 9.7-inch LED-backlit LCD screen. iPad 2 features Apple’s new dual-core A5 processor for blazing fast performance and stunning graphics and now includes two cameras, a front-facing VGA camera for FaceTime® and Photo Booth®, and a rear-facing camera that captures 720p HD video, bringing the innovative FaceTime feature to iPad users for the first time. Though it is thinner, lighter, faster and packed with new features, iPad 2 still delivers up to 10 hours of battery life* that users have come to expect. iPad 2 is available in black or white, features models that run on AT&T’s and Verizon’s 3G networks, and introduces the innovative iPad 2 Smart Cover in a range of vibrant polyurethane and rich leather colors.

 
02
Mar
2011

Apple iPad 2 - rumour mill

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

After weeks and weeks of rumors, iPad 2 day has finally arrived. Steve Jobs might or might not be the one to reveal it, but one thing is sure - everybody is gonna be watching this one closely. Industry competitors will check out if there's anything to copy and add to their designs, fanboys will cheer for yet another - most probably - beautiful device by Cuppertino company, non-owners will again have doubts about buying it. Something for everyone, as you might imagine...

 
01
Mar
2011

Tegra Zone app launched!

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NokiaNVIDIA announced today that the Tegra Zone™ app is now live on the Android Market, providing a one-stop destination for consumers seeking the richest games for their super phone or tablet powered by the NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2 mobile super chip.The free app delivers a curated selection of Tegra processor-optimized games, as well as professional game reviews, high-res screenshots, HD video trailers, gameplay videos and behind-the-scenes featurettes. Sale and delivery of users' selected games are completed using Google's Android Market.

 
25
Feb
2011

Intel's Thunderbolt - breakdown

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AppleLife of a journalist is sometimes like a "kid in a candy store" metaphor in real life. Every time a promising new technology shows up, you kind of feel the need to say something about it. This time, we're gonna be discussing Thunderbolt, Intečl's technology that was talked about for years (Light Peak), and now got to see its first real implementation in new MacBook Pros. No wonder there, Apple has been pushing the envelope of industry on all sides in the past decade or so - business-wise, it's probably a match made in heaven. But what about the users and technology itself?

 
25
Feb
2011

Apple announces new MacBook Pros

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AppleApple today updated the industry-leading MacBook Pro family with next-generation processors and graphics, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology, and a new FaceTime HD camera. Featuring the very latest dual-core and quad-core Intel Core processors, the entire MacBook Pro line is up to twice as fast as the previous generation. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro, 15-inch MacBook Pro, and 17-inch MacBook Pro are available now on the Apple Online Store and at your favorite Apple Retail Store.

 
22
Feb
2011

Fujitsu announcing new Atom-based tablet

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

FujitsuFujitsu today announced the global launch of the STYLISTIC Q550, an executive class slate PC designed for the high-security requirements of mobile enterprise computing, starting April 2011.
Building on Fujitsu’s long heritage of creating tablet PCs for professional and executive users, the Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q550 Slate PC builds in security from the ground up, so that it meets the most stringent ICT security requirements of governments and businesses. The Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q550 is developed to meet enterprise mobile computing demands and integrate seamlessly into existing ICT infrastructures.

 
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