ZTE Announces Two Quad Core Android Tablets

Yesterday we had a new quad core smartphone from ZTE, the ZTE Era and now the company has unveiled two new Android tablets which are also powered by a quad core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.

The two tablets are the ZTE T98 and The ZTE PF 100, and both devices are almost identical in specifications except for the screen sizes, the ZTE PF100 features a 10.1 inch display whilst the ZTE T98 features a 7 inch display.

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HTC One X Hits The UK April The 5th

Yesterday we were told by a couple of UK retailers that the HTC One X would be available in the UK in April, and now it would appear that we may have a possible release date.

Amazon has listed the HTC One X one their UK website with a release date of the 5th of April, although they have the device up for pre-order for £530, which is about £30 more than other retailers in the UK.

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BLU Studio 5.3 Android Smartphone Announced

US smartphone maker Blu has announced a new Android smartphone which they will be launching in Europe, the BLU Studio 5.3, which features a 5.3 inch display.

The BLU Studio 5.3 is designed to be a budget Android device, and it will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and is powered by an 800MHz MediaTek MT6573T processor, and it can take two SIM cards.

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Apple Launching Developer ID Certificate Scheme

Apple has this week started sending out emails to its Mac App Store Developers introducing a new Developer ID scheme its created. The new Developer ID scheme has been introduced for developers that don’t want to distribute their Mac applications on the Mac App Store, and provides them with a way to prove they are a trust source to Apple Mac owners looking to purchase their software.

 

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FXI Cotton Candy Pocket Computer, Available To Pre-Order For $199 (video)

Any one who is interested in the new FXI Cotton Candy pocket sized PC, that wad first unveiled back in CES of January this year. Will be pleased to learn that the tiny form factor PC is now available to pre-order for $199. With shipping of the final devices expected to start sometime next month.

The FXI Cotton Candy PC is similar in size to a standard flash drive and is equipped with a USB connection on one end and a HDMI on the other. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Adobe Project Primetime Video Platform Announced (video)

At the Mobile World Congress this week Adobe has introduced its new video publishing platform called Project Primetime. Which has been created to enable streaming videos to be played on a variety of devices and platforms with ease. As well as combining easy ad insertion, content protection, and analytics, all under one roof.

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Invoxia AudiOffice Speaker Dock Unveiled (video)

Following on from the success of their award winning Invoxia Smart Office Phone. Invoxia have unveiled a brand new product this week in the form of the AudiOffice, which has been specifically designed for the Apple iPhone and iPad.

The Invoxia AudiOffice speaker dock has been created to transform your iOS device into a fully functional communications station, for the use with applications such as Skype, FaceTime, Bria, Google talk or Viber. Watch the video after the jump to see the Invoxia AudiOffice speaker dock in action.

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Skyrim Studio Bethesda Hiring For Next Generation Project

It seems like the “next-gen” talk is heating up again even before any other manufacturers beside Nintendo throw their hat into the ring. Bethesda, fresh off one of the most successful launches a single player RPG has enjoyed in recent memory, is certainly looking to gird its loins with an eye toward the future, as a recent job listing shows.

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Windows Phone To Widen Reach

With Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS dominating the smartphone scene, Microsoft knows it’s in a catch-up mode to bring it’s Windows Phone software to many users. And they intend to do just that, rolling out its mobile software to a total of 23 more countries.

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