Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 In Action (Video)

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 went on sale in the US yesterday, and now Samsung has released a hands on video of the device and we get to see some of the features on the new Galaxy Note 10.1.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 features Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and the device features a quad core 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos processor and 2GB of RAM.

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New Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet Appears At The FCC (Rumor)

We have been hearing rumors about Amazon’s next generation Kindle Fire tablet for a while now, and according to a recent report by the Digital Reader, Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablet has turned up at the FCC.

The device which appeared at the FCC is listed under a different company than Amazon, although it apparently has links to Amazon’s previous FCC submissions, which gives the impression that the device at the FCC belongs to Amazon.

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Google Play Gift Cards Photographed In The Wild

Following on from yesterdays discovery of Google Play Gift codes and Wish Lists, within the code of Google’s new Google Play app for Android devices.

The Android Central website have now been able to take photographs of what seems to be official Google Play gift cards, which have been designed to be sold in retail stores, alongside iTunes and Barnes & Noble gift cards.

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Another Video Of The Samsung Galaxy S III Running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

We are expecting Samsung to release the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for their Galaxy S III smartphone at the end of August, and the update is rumored to launch on the 29th of August which is the same day as Samsung’s IFA press event.

Yesterday we saw a video of Android Jelly Bean running on the new Samsung Galaxy S III, today we have another one which gives us a better look at Google’s new mobile OS on the Samsung Galaxy S III.

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Skype For Windows 8 Leaked

Microsoft will launch Windows 8 on the 26th of October, and now we get our first look at what Skype for Windows 8 will look like, as the new version of Skype which is designed for Microsoft’s Modern UI has been leaked, it first appeared on Twitter and was posted by Twitter user AdamUCF.

The guys over at Neowin have been trying out the new Skype for Windows 8, and the provided the photos you can see below, the app is still in preview state at the moment, and not the full final version.

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Google Adds 13 New Languages To Google Voice Search

Google has updated its Google Voice Search and added an additional 13 new languages, which means that Google Voice Search now supports a total of 42 languages in 46 different countries.

The new languages added to Google Voice Search include Swedish, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Catalan and many more you can see the full list of additional languages below.

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Instagram For Android Updated To Version 3

Instagram have released a new version of their popular photo sharing app for Android, and it brings a range of new features to Instagram on your Android device.

One of the major new features in Instagram version 3 is called photo maps, you can now geo-tag or add your location to photos, and the photos can then bee seen on a map.

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Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G Headed To T-Mobile

We recently heard that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q would be headed to T-Mobile on the 15th of August, the device has yet to launch so the 15th of August date was incorrect.

Now it would appear that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q will be called the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G when it arrives o T-Mobile, although there are no details of an exact launch date as yet.

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Windows RT Tablets To Retail For $300 Less Than Windows 8 Tablets

Earlier in the week we heard a rumor that Microsoft will sell the Windows RT version of their Surface tablet for around $199, this pricing has yet to be confirmed by Microsoft.

Now Lenovo has said that they expect Windows RT tablets to retail around $300 less than their Intel based Windows 8 counterparts, which means the $199 price we heard earlier in the week for the Windows RT Surface may be correct.

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