Samsung Galaxy Proclaim Smartphone Announced

Samsung has announced the launch of another new Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim which is designed to be a mid level Android device that comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

The Samsung Galaxy Proclaim is available from Straight Talk and Net10 for $180 and it comes with a 3.5 inch HVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels.

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Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S III To Be Powered By Snapdragon S4?

Samsung recently announced their new Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, the handset comes with a quad core 1.4GHz Exynos processor, and now it would appear that some of the US versions of the handset may feature a different processor.

According to the guys over at Droid Life, the Verizon Galaxy S III will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor as opposed to Samsung’s own quad core Exynos processor.

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Largest Ever Photo Taken Of Earth Is 121 Megapixels In Size (video)

Russian weather satellite Elektro-L No.1, has captured a new photo of our planet Earth from space, which is now currently the worlds largest single photograph of Earth from space.

The new photograph taken by Elektro-L No.1 beats NASA’s “Blue Marble” photo the previous largest image, and was taken as a single image from 22,369 miles away, and is 121 megapixel in size.


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Ferrari To Launch Hybrid Enzo By The End Of The Year

Its looks like Porsche is not the only supercar manufacturer who has a hybrid supercar in the works as Ferrari has revealed that they are working on a new hybrid Ferrari Enzo.

Ferrari recently released their latest financial information and buried in the report was a statement from the companies chairman, Luca di Montezemolo, who revealed that they have a hybrid supercar in the works.

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Spotify Update Adds Playlist-Based Radio, Instant Search, Embed Codes And More

Spotify has rolled out a new update to their service which has brought with it a number of great new features, including the ability to now listen to radio stations based on a playlist or an album.

The use the new Playlist-based radio, simply go to any album or playlist and click ‘Start Playlist Radio’ or ‘Start Album Radio’ to listen to similar music using Spotify’s Radio service.


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Asus Padfone Official Demo Released (Video)

Asus announced the Padfone at MWC earlier this year, we were expecting the device to be on sale by now but it has apparently been delayed due to shortages of Snapdragon S4 processors.

Asus has now released a new demo video, for the Asus Padfone, which you can see below and it gives us a brief look at some of the features on this smartphone and tablet combo device.

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Thunderbolt Tested On Windows, Hot Plugging On Its Way (video)

Tech hardware site AnandTech has been putting Thunderbolt through its paces using Windows and one of the first PC motherboards to support the Thunderbolt specification. The testing shows that most Thunderbolt storage will work off the shelf with the new motherboard.

AnandTech was also able to get Apple’s Thunderbolt Display working.However a few things don’t yet fully function on the on the Apple Display such as brightness controls and USB support.

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Apple Changes iPad WiFi+ 4G Name To iPad WiFi + Cellular

When Apple launched their new iPad the device was advertised as having 4G, even in countries were 4G was not available or where Apple’s iPad was not compatible with those countries 4G networks.

Apple has come under scrutiny for regulators in a number of countries which include Australia and the UK, and now it would appear that Apple has decided to stop adverting the new iPad as having 4G in certain countries.

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Apple’s iCloud Website To Gets Notes And Reminders

Last week we heard that Apple were testing out notifications on their iCloud website, and now it would appear that Apple as a couple of other new features in the works for its web based version of iCloud.

The guys over at Cult of Mac discovered a beta version of Apple’s iCloud website, which had two new features, Notes and Reminders, which you can see in the photo below.

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Apple Considering Buying German TV Maker Loewe (Rumor)

We have been hearing rumors for a while that Apple are working on their own HDTV, and now according to a recent report by Apple Insider, Apple are apparently considering purchasing German TV manufacturer Loewe.

According to the Apple is rumored to be offering $112 million for Loewe, which is slightly more that the companies latest closing price, and Loewe has been making TVs since 1923.

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Acer Liquid Glow Appears At The FCC

Some of our readers will remember the Acer Liquid Glow which was announced at MWC 2012 back in February, and now the handset has just appeared at the FCC, which could hint at the handset is about to launch in the US.

The Acer Liquid Glow is and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone that features  3.7 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and a single core 1GHz processor.

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2012 MacBook Pro And iMac Appear In Benchmarks

Apple are expected to release their new 2012 MacBook Pro and also a new range of iMacs some time over the next couple of months, we have yet to have any official announcement from Apple on this years new iMac and MacBook Pro range.

Now some benchmarks have been discovered which appear to be for the new 2012 MacBook Pro and also the new iMac, the MacBook Pro was apparently listed with an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3820QM quad core processor clocked at 2.7 GHz, with the reference of MacBookPro9,1.

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