Comments: 1Thursday, June 20th 2013 - 09:54 CEST
Belkin announced the availability of its receiver accessory for Dyle mobile TV which enables live broadcast television content on an Apple iPhone or iPad. Paired with the Dyle TV app, the new Dyle mobile TV receiver makes live broadcast television available, without an Internet connection, to the millions of iOS device users in 37 major markets across the country. Weighing less than six ounces and less than half the size of a deck of cards, the Belkin Dyle mobile TV receiver is a compact and portable accessory that easily fits into a pocket or small purse.
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Comments: 0Saturday, March 16th 2013 - 12:45 CET
Samsung Galaxy S4 photography features - The brand new Galaxy S4 is equipped with a high quality 13 megapixel auto-focus camera and boasts a ‘Dual Camera’ function that allows simultaneous use of both front and rear digital cameras. The new flagship smartphone ensures that imaging tasks are effortless with innovative features that detect your face, voice and motions to enable screen control with no need for finger touch activation. When capturing moments, users can choose from a variety of frame effects which blend the two pictures naturally and also adjust the size of the small picture inside the big one. Users can select 8 different ways to combine the two photos taken by the front camera and the rear camera.
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Comments: 1Friday, October 14th 2011 - 12:00 CEST
One of the improvements of the compact and light Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy S, is the digital camera feature. The Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone features a 8 Megapixel camera with a 4x digital zoom lens, autofocus and a powerful LED flash. The large and clear Super AMOLED Plus LCD screen makes it real fun to photograph with the Samsung Galaxy S2. But the camera function on a smartphone is quite advanced these days, this requires a little more time to get known with the operation of the camera application. Here are some photography tips for photographing with the Samsung Galaxy S2.
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Comments: 0Thursday, June 16th 2011 - 10:00 CEST
A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO)/Interactional Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) released last week has revealed another potential health risk when it comes to mobile phone radiation. The report details that radiation transmitted by mobile phones is potentially carcinogenic, based on an increased risk for a malignant type of brain cancer associated with wireless phone use. What most people don’t realize is that there is solution to dramatically lower the exposure of mobile phone radiation using hands-free devices!
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Comments: 0Sunday, June 12th 2011 - 12:10 CEST
Datacolor a expert in color management solutions, announced the release of the Spyder Gallery iPad app available for free download on the Apple App Store. Datacolor is the first to develop an app to allow for custom color profiling of iOS devices and is the first to provide a viewer to apply custom color corrections to pictures. Apple iPad users who download the Datacolor Spyder Gallery app can enjoy color corrected viewing of their photos in the standard photo library albums. The Apple iPad Color Calibration Solution provides an easy-to-use calibration utility for owners of Datacolor’s Spyder 3 display calibration solutions to create a custom color profile on their Apple iPad.
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Comments: 0Thursday, May 26th 2011 - 11:00 CEST
Boost Mobile and Motorola Mobility add more variety to Boost’s handset line up with the announcement of a new Motorola mobile device, the Motorola i412. The Motorola i412 is ideal for wireless users craving an uncomplicated phone for talking, texting and walkie-talkie functionality. The Motorola i412 enables instant communication through Boost Mobile’s nationwide walkie-talkie service, allowing consumers to connect with friends and family with a simple push of a button. "We are telling our customers to ‘Be Heard’ and are addressing the needs of our loyal base of walkie-talkie users with the new Motorola iDEN Series i412," said Andre Smith, vice president, Boost Mobile.
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Comments: 0Saturday, November 13th 2010 - 14:20 CET
AT&T, the U.S. leader in emerging devices, and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), the number one mobile phone provider in the United States announced that AT&T plans to offer the new Samsung Galaxy Tab in time for the holiday season. Powered by the Google Android 2.2 software platform, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab touts a 7-inch enhanced TFT touch screen, 1Ghz Hummingbird application processor, support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Media Hub - Samsung’s own content service that offers an extensive library of acclaimed films and TV programming, Samsung Social Hub, dual cameras, and many additional features.
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Comments: 0Saturday, September 11th 2010 - 12:22 CEST
Toshiba introduced its new media tablet; the Toshiba FOLIO 100. The 25.7cm / 10.1’’ personal media tablet is targeted at people looking for a 100% portable and versatile device that is always at hand for making the most of their digital life. The new Toshiba FOLIO 100 tablet comes with a wide selection of Android software applications and services dedicated to media consumption, internet browsing and social networking, and offers a rich multimedia experience. Easy and enjoyable to use, the Toshiba FOLIO 100 Android internet tablet has a highly intuitive graphical interface developed by Toshiba to run on top of Android 2.2
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Comments: 0Monday, March 1st 2010 - 13:00 CET
The NTT Docomo booth at the Mobile World Congress is always a good place to find a remarkable and unique mobile product. Next to the wooden smartphone, the NTT Docomo Touch Wood, we also ran into the NTT Docomo F-04B handset. On the whole it looks futuristic, especially when it appears that by pushing on the bottom of the NTT F-04B, it can be split into two pieces. The fun part is that the separate pieces can still communicate with each other through Bluetooth technology. Additionally, very ingenious, it is even possible to choose which or both pieces will be used for communication. Both pieces have a microphone and speaker. But how does the battery work?
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Comments: 0Sunday, February 28th 2010 - 13:00 CET
We are already familiar with projectors from diverse users, mostly subdivided in a business and a consumers group. Lately, we have seen an expansion in application possibilities. Nikon has a camera in its assortment, the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj, with a built-in projector. This has a fairly high gadget feeling, but still, handy uses can be invented with it. But Samsung has also found the opportunity to integrate a projector into the cell phone. The Samsung i8520 Beam was introduced at the MWC 2010 and of course immediately demonstrated. The Samsung Beam is the first Android smartphone with projector and support for HD video recording.
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