Samsung Reveals Series 9 Ivy Bridge Ultrabook

Samsung has already announced that its Series 7 ultrabooks will come with Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processors, and it looks like Samsung will also be updating their Series 9 Ultrabooks with the latest Intel processors.

Samsung has listed their Series 9 ultrabook on their website with a yet to be announced dual core i5 3317U Ivy Bridge processor, plus Intel HD Graphics 4000 and a HM75 Express chipset.

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4G BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Confirmed

We have been hearing rumors for a while that RIM with launch a 4G version of their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and now RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins has confirmed that the company has a 4G PlayBook Tablet on the way.

The device is expected to feature similar specifications to existing BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, which includes a 7 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and a TI OMAP dual core 1GHz processor.

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Wikipad And Gaikai Unveil New Tablet Cloud Gaming Partnership

WikiPad and Gaikai have today announced a partnership to bring cloud gaming to the Wikipad gaming Android tablet. Since it’s unveiling at CES earlier this year the WikiPad 3D Android gaming tablet running Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system, has been tweaked and modified using feedback from gamers worldwide say Wikipad.

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Google Play Now Charges Music, Apps, Books And Movie Purchases Directly To Your Mobile Phone Bill

Google has this week added a new method to pay for music, applications, books and movies whilst browsing its Google Play online store from your mobile devices.

Now a variety if carriers will allow you to charge your Google Play purchases directly to your monthly phone bill. For example in the U.S. T-Mobile customers can now charge purchases from Google Play directly to mobile bill, and in Japan, DoCoMo, KDDI and Softbank customers can do the same.

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Samsung AT&T SGH-i667 Mandel LTE Windows Phone Leaked

The Samsung SGH-i667 received its Bluetooth certification back in January, the device is rumored to be headed to AT&T as the Samsung Mandel, and now some new photos of the handset have been leaked.

There are no details on when this device will be released, according to the guys over at WPCentral the device was though to have been cancelled, although it would appear this may not be the case.

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Rock Band Mobile Dies May 31

I purchased the mobile game app on my iPhone called Rock Band Mobile a long time ago. The game was the mobile version of the console game that launched long ago. The follow-up to the original is called Rock Band Reloaded.

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Target to Stop Selling Amazon Kindle?

Amazon’s Kindle first hit Target stores in 2010 and by all indications the sales have been very successful. In fact, the Kindle Fire became the retailer’s best-selling tablet during Black Friday in 2011. Now according to an internal memo from Target and some info from an unnamed source, Target will stop carrying the Kindle line due to a “conflict of interest”.
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