Samsung Announces Quad Core LTE Galaxy S III For Korea

Samsung has announced that it will launch the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE in South Korea next month, the handset will not be powered by a dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, like the US LTE version, instead it will use a quad core processor.

The Samsung Galaxy S III LTE in South Korea will be powered by a quad core Exynos processor and will come with a separate LTE modem chip, the rest of the specifications on the device will remain the same.

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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 Hits The US Next Month For $499

On the weekend we saw a new video on the Asus Transformer Pad TF700 tablet, and now we have some details on when the device will be available in the US along with some information on pricing.

The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 will go on sale in the US on the 16th of July, there will be a 32GB version available which will retail for $499 and a 64GB version which will retail for $599, there is also the optional keyboard dock which will be available for $149.

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Samsung Says Galaxy S III Will Hit 10 Million Sales By July

Samsung launched their latest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III in the US last week, the device went on sale in Europe last month, and now it would appear that it has already become an extremely popular handset for Samsung.

Prior to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III, we heard a number of rumors that Samsung had sold over 9 million pre-orders of the Galaxy S III smartphone.

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Panasonic And Sony To Announce OLED Partnership This Week

It looks like two of the biggest TV manufacturers have decided to team up for the next generation of TV, Panasonic and Sony will apparently announce this week that they have formed a partnership to develop OLED TVs.

Panasonic and Sony are expected to make an official announcement about their new partnership this week, according to a recent report by Reuters, and the partnership is being formed in an attempt to counter competition from the likes of Samsung and LG.

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Sony Xperia Ion Lands In The US With AT&T

Sony’s latest Android smartphone, the Sony Xperia Ion is now available in the US, with mobile carrier AT&T and the device is available for $99.99 when you sign up to a new to year contract with AT&T, Sony and Best Buy are also selling the device for $50, this is also with a new two year contract.

The Sony Xperia Ion features a 4.6 inch HD reality display that has a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, the device comes with Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread, and will get updated to Android 4.0 ICS in the near future.

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Need For Speed Movie Coming In 2014

EA’s ailing racing series seems to have stolen the heart of Dreamworks, as production of the Need for Speed film is being pushed through for a 2014 deadline. EA’s previous collaboration with Dreamworks chairman Steven Spielberg on cancelled sci-fi video game epic LMNO and successful puzzler Boom Blox no doubt helped smooth proceedings along.

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Solid-state drives now cheaper than ever

Solid-state storage drives offer improved performance and reliability over traditional spinning hard drives, but they aren’t cheap for vendors. That’s why the new ultrabook prices are so high. However, the current generation of solid-state drives are cheaper than ever before, with several companies offering drives lower than a dollar-per-gigabyte. That’s great news.
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