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Making wireless sense of Samsung’s monitor

Making wireless sense of Samsung’s monitor

Samsung is launching a monitor which allows their smartphone customers to charge their phones without wired battery chargers. In other words, the Asian tech giant is allowing their smart users to charge their phones wirelessly. While the Samsung monitor (screen) is on remotely, Samsung smartphones can be charged. It is all appealingly high definition and well-integrated. Interestingly, the new Samsung screens are compatible with Apple and Microsoft’s new Windows products. The manufacturers have made no secret of their targeted market of regular gamers. But users’ Samsung phones need to be supported with standardized wireless charging devices, which is a feature…

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Intel opens up to open-source software OpenStack

Intel opens up to open-source software OpenStack

Intel is leading the way with a one hundred million dollar investment in an open source crowd funding initiative. The giant chip maker is doing a good deal with Mirantis Inc. which sells subscribed versions of open-source software OpenStack. The software, it is believed, will be supplied gratis and help companies achieve benefits similar to the cloud services already being offered by Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. Intel is not alone in this latest initiative. Other investors are already on board. And this is not all that Intel is doing these days. The Silicon Valley pioneer is pledging additional funds towards…

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A rotten Apple iPhone 6 Plus camera

A rotten Apple iPhone 6 Plus camera

Given the prestige of this company and its technical prowess to date, this is a surprise. Apple have to repair their iPhone 6 Plus because it has faulty cameras. Some viewers and habitual photographers and selfie-takers may have already noticed that their pictures are coming out blurry. There is a technical fault with the phone’s iSight camera. Apple says that only a small percentage of sales are impacted so far. Apple has reported that affected units fall into a limited serial number category. These affected units were sold between September 2014 and January 2015. Purchases outside this window still need…

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The next iPhone will most likely be announced on September 9

The next iPhone will most likely be announced on September 9

The excitement has begun to whirl through the winds of fast-paced tech change. While Apple Inc. is not saying anything at this stage, the rumor mill-wheel is spinning faster. It has to because that date is drawing closer and closer. In just over a month from now it is likely that the next stage of technological evolution in mobile phones will formally commence. The rumor doing the rounds is that Apple will unveil a range of new iPhones. By this time, millions of Apple fans living in different corners of the world must have already pencilled the date of September 9…

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Keeping the big Apple safe

Keeping the big Apple safe

700,000 dollars to protect the CEO of the world’s most prized technology company is pocket change. But for laymen and entry-level users of Apple software and devices, it is a fortune. Also Apple’s CEO is no ordinary company boss. For one thing, he is a rare breed when it comes to leadership, initiative and courage. He is part of a very small group of famous people, leading politicians and prominent businessmen world-wide to be frank about his sexual orientation. Tim Cook is gay. Not that it is really anyone’s business to know this and not that it should matter in…

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Slicing through stolen Apples

Slicing through stolen Apples

It is essentially theft and a gross invasion of privacy when hackers slide their way through your latest Apple iPhone or iPad. While you are happily tapping your phone for something to do or check your emails, someone, somewhere in the world is having a go at your personal, private files. This should be alarming news now that you have also taken advantage of Apple technology, which allows you to shop and bank with your device from the privacy of your tool shed or favorite coffee shop. The bad news is that hackers have now discovered a way to infiltrate…

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Motorola is back

Motorola is back

There has been one product launch after another from leading tech companies with the promise of more to come before this year closes out. Tech users have been overwhelmed by the variety of product choices they are enticed to make. So much so that they may have forgotten about one American legend. All is forgiven because the manufacturer of Batman’s preferred devices, gadgets, and gizmos is back. Motorola is back. They recently launched their new Moto G (Gen 3) and Moto X (Gen 3) devices. Labelled a third-generation smartphone aimed at one of the world’s fastest growing developing nations. The…

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Samsung Galaxy S7 to feature Snapdragon 820

Samsung Galaxy S7 to feature Snapdragon 820

Looks like Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone after Galaxy Note 5 is not going to be sporting its own ‘system on a chip’. Instead, the South Korean tech company is looking to make amends concerning the business relationship between Qualcomm and itself by choosing to incorporate the latter’s Snapdragon 820 inside its Galaxy S7 handset. According to a source, Samsung is strongly considering Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship chipset because according to leaked images, Galaxy S7, which has also been codenamed Jungfrau, had been given support for Snapdragon 820, which possesses the model number MSM8996. It could very well be that Samsung is…

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Keeping the British connected the smartphone way

Keeping the British connected the smartphone way

Over the years there was one thing the British were notorious for apart from grumbling about the foul weather, losing at the races and muttering over their football team’s latest loss. No matter what their class, the British had a reputation for pretty much keeping to themselves without saying much else. Recently, Irish football firebrand and former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane berated London-based Arsenal FC for being nothing but a hapless bunch more interested in taking selfies of their latest hairdos and well-toned muscles apart from posing for their many adoring fans. Never mind that the Gunners are serious EPL…

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Massive 18.4 inch Samsung tablet spotted with pricing details as well

Massive 18.4 inch Samsung tablet spotted with pricing details as well

Attempting to nullify the gap between laptops and tablets, an 18.4 inch tablet had been spotted that came from none other than Samsung. While Samsung is already prepping its Galaxy Tab S2 models, it looks like the firm might be on to something big, literally. So far, the largest tablet ever to be released by the company is Galaxy Tab Pro, which features a massive 12.2 inch screen, making the difference a very large one. It has been reported that the 18.4 inch slate was being transported in order to be tested, but would shortly be destroyed in order to get…

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