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Pre-orders for both the iPad Mini and the 4th-generation Apple iPad started on Friday, but what if you still haven't decided which iPad is for you? Let's have a look at some of the most important specs so you can choose the right one for you.
Dragon Go is on its way out the door. Its successor is the new Dragon Mobile Assistant that expands on its predecessor's voice features and capabilities. The newest version of Naunce's software brings near Siri-quality features over to Android and is certainly competition for Google Now and Samsung S Voice.
There are many notable choices out there such as the B&N Nook HD, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and – of course – the Asus-built Google Nexus 7. While all three of these certainly have merit, today's review is going to focus on the Nexus tablet.
Apple's newest version of iOS 6 is finally here, but should you upgrade? There are many great reasons to consider an upgrade. The biggest are for the new Maps, SIRI upgrades, better Facebook integration, the use of Facetime over data and panorama mode for camera.
The iPod Touch has quickly fallen behind its brother, the iPhone, in recent years. Today is changing all of that- sort of. Sure, the new iPod Touch isn't quite as powerful as the newly announced iPhone 5, but it's close.
Even though it wasn't left behind at some bar, we already (think we) know quite a bit about the new iPhone that's going to be announced later this week.
This iPhone 5 concept video is pretty dramatic to say the least. Siri goes as far as tracking your packages to determine arrival time, reschedules your canceled flights, oh, and not to mention the pinch to zoom that expands your iPhone 5 in to an iPad Mini, and then a full size iPad.
Samsung's anticipated Berlin Unpacked event is quickly approaching, with the center of the show likely to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. What's even more important for Galaxy S3 users, though, is what is going to happen in the aftermath of the event. Sometime after the Unpacked Event, Samsung Galaxy S3 is getting an official upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The Pebble smartwatch is still one of the most success projects to ever generate funds through Kickstarter, although the Ouya almost did as well. The smartwatch is certainly a unique market, and even though solutions using the iPad Nano already somewhat exist- many people enjoy the idea of having a smartwatch that interacts with their iPhones and Android devices.
High-end specs usually come at a high-end price, but it looks like you can circumvent that problem by going with a less recognized brand. Case in point is the newly announced Xiaomi Phone 2
Android 4.1 Jellybean is just out the door, bringing us a more stable OS with new features such as the SIRI-like “Google Now”. Unfortunately, there are a very limited amount of devices that currently support Jellybean, and it will likely remain that way for a while longer. Luckily, the geniuses behind CyanogenMod are already hard at work on a JellyBean-based update.
Today starts the official rollout of Android 4.1 "Jellybean", at least for lucky owners of Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ devices.
Want to get your hands on Google Now but not willing to wait for Jelly Bean to make its way over to your Android device? If you happen to have an Ice Cream Sandwich system, it is actually possible to get Google Now thanks to a newly discovered method by febycv, a user on the XDA Developers Forums.
Recently Google confirmed that Android Jelly Bean is indeed on its way, adding new features and debuting alongside the new Nexus 7 tablet. The new OS version is set to arrive first with the Nexus 7, and will start to show up as an update on older handsets this July. So what exactly is different this time around?
Apple's WWDC 2012 kicked off today with the keynote and one of the big announcements was the unveiling of "the world's most advanced mobile operating system." So, what's new with iOS 6?
Decades ago, no one would have thought that the idiot box would evolve into something smarter. We are in the era of the smart TV, and companies like Apple and Samsung are already heavyweights in this segment. The latest machine to enter the market is from Lenovo, who have just launched their Android powered K91 smart TV in China.
There have been a ton of rumors about upcoming features in the iPhone 5, but here's one that probably isn't going to be happening. A humorous little video has hit the net that shows a new feature of the iPhone that should keep theft down to a minimum.
The iPhone 5, or the "New iPhone" which some people are calling it, will most likely come with a larger screen, thinner form factor and 4G LTE. But in all reality, we have no idea what it will look like. Perhaps Apple will go towards a more iPod-esque design, reverting back to the natural curves of the 3GS, or they may go with a larger, boxy iPhone 4 style. ADR has come up with their latest vision of how the iPhone 5 will look like, and they are also speculating on some of its features.
No, it's not quite the same as having Siri, but the Dictation feature in the new iPad is still there for some of your voice recognition needs, but it turns out that it could also turn into an invasion of privacy. This is partly conjecture, to be fair, but it is still something worth noting.
Now, replace your car and its gas tank with your iPhone and its battery pack. That's exactly what seems to be happening with the iOS 5.1 update to some users in Japan. The battery reading on the iPhone has become wildly unreliable, making huge jumps in percentage in a matter of moments.
BrailleTouch is a prototype application that uses traditional Braille input on the iPhone's touchscreen, allowing people to type up to 32 words per minute with up to 92 percent accuracy.
Just in case you are wondering, you have to double press the home button for summoning up the camera button in current versions. There were rumors flying around earlier that suggested Siri will be supporting Japanese iPhone 4S owners in the future. The above screenshot of Siri’s settings is evidence on the matter. As you already know, Nuance is the driving force behind Siri and it’s worth noting that Nuance's Dragon Dictation already supports Japanese. So a Japanese Siri is certainly not far away.
China and clone devices pretty much go hand-in-hand, still the newest iPhone 4S clone actually has something to offer that makes it at least somewhat noteworthy. This clone is one of the first few Shanzhai smartphone clones to feature Ice Cream Sandwich.
LG's newest flagship device has arrived on Verizon, but haven't we seen this device before? Essentially, the LG Spectrum is in fact very similar to the 4G LTE supporting LG Nitro HD on AT&T and the LG Optimus LTE north of the border with Bell. Beneath it's 4.5-inch IPS display beats the heart of a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 1,830mAh battery and 4GB of internal storage, supplemented by 16GB of microSD memory.
TVs these days are as smart as many computers out there. And it appears like the remotes accompanying those are also becoming more complex. The size of the remote is already smaller than before and now the devices are becoming much smarter as well. The device that you see above is a new remote from Samsung which comes equipped with a touchpad and a Siri-like voice control system. Yes, no more unnecessary buttons.
Sure, can talk to your iPhone with Siri. But what if you could wave to it as well? It appears like you will be able to do just that sometime in the future. From the latest info available via a patent application from Apple, we have got hints of a new 3D GUI for iOS mobile devices.
Are you getting fed up with constantly searching for the remote control for your TV? If you are, welcome to the group. But the answer to our troubles appears to have arrived. With the newly unveiled Samsung Smart TV, we will be able to finally forget that old-school remote and do much, much more.
Nuance Communications Inc. today unveiled Dragon TV, a unique voice and natural language understanding platform for TV, device and set-top box OEMs and service operators.
Will we hear about an iPhone 5 announcement soon with a typical June launch date? Will that iPhone 5 have a dual-core A6 processor? All are speculation at this time, Apple could have put this code in to make competitors nervous, but Apple is a company that actually does things rather than make it look like their doing things.
Then, on top of that, Verizon had this setback with three separate outages of their 4G/LTE network in December alone, and it's unclear whether customers will be receiving a credit on their accounts because of the outage or whether the 4G/LTE network will be able to support additional devices like the iPhone 5.
There are laws pretty much everywhere these days that say you can't use your cell phone while driving, but many of these places allow for handsfree calling when you're behind the wheel. If you don't want to wear a headset, the Soundfly View from Satechi might be a better fit.
Up until now there has been no viable way to jailbreak Apple's A5 devices (iPhone 4S and the iPad 2) but if Pod2gis correct, this is all about to change.
Apple in its iPhone design has a success stories that have had a tremendous impact on what the company's next phone designs might look like. In other words, most probably, you won't see a QWERTY keyboard, or a slider as a design target for the iPhone 5. What is highly expected though, is a screen size of over 4", or even 4.3" diagonally.
It doesn't take Apple very long to start bringing out updates for iOS, and now the time has come for a developer beta of iOS 5.1.
ADR Studio envisions the concept device, iCam, as a special accessory that works in conjunction with the iPhone 5 to bring photography to the next level.
The news of the device has sparked the imaginations of many, including Guilherme M. Schasiepen who has created a fantastic concept design for what he believes an Apple Television should look like. The concept is named the “iTV” and features a super-thin, minimalistic styling that is decisively Apple-esque. According to the concept the device would offer abilities such as Siri Voice Control, multi-touch, FaceTime HD, AirPlay, and no-glasses 3D technology.
The Apple iPhone 4S had its initial launch in seven select countries around the world, leaving the rest of the globe twiddling their thumbs as they awaited an iPhone with an A5 processor and 8MP camera. That wait is slowly coming to a close
According to the latest financial figures of the company, over 190 million Android devices have sold around the world, with CEO Larry Page at...
We all know that the iPhone 5 has to be in the works, but what will it look like? Designer Antonio De Rosa has taken it upon himself to show you what could be the new iPhone 5.
The launch of the iPhone 4S at the Apple Store in Sydney is going to be the first place in the world where people will be able to buy the new smartphone, but Samsung is looking to steal some of that thunder. You see, they ambushed the event by setting up a temporary "pop up" store just a few shops over. And they're selling smartphones for two bucks.
The actual hardware itself is going to be the same no matter who you choose, so it really boils down to coverage and who is going to give you the best deal over the course of your contract. So, of the three major US carriers that will be selling the iPhone 4S, where should you buy it?
So, the question arises whether you should just snatch up this incrementally updated smartphone or if you should keep playing that waiting game for a real iPhone 5. Well, it depends on your situation.
After months of hearsay, rumors, and conjecture, it's finally official. Apple did not announce a new iPhone 5 this morning. Instead, it followed in the tradition started by the 3GS by revealing the new Apple iPhone 4S to the world.
This is the first box I have seen that has everything the Allegro portable wireless internet radio does. It's compatible with MP3, WMA, Real Audio, WAV music formats, controllable from your iPhone or iPod with Grace Digital’s Remote App which is free at iTunes, quite the beast. What it is missing though, is the ability to stream your audio from your home computer, to your iPhone. Now that would make sense, but the iPhone app is just a remote control.
You didn't think that Sirius would get the monopoly on streaming satellite radio over to the iPhone, did you? Following in the footsteps of...
Not to be confused with LG Fusic, this "new" flip phone from LG Electronics also has a definite multimedia slant to its feature set....
If this is a side effect (or a direct effect) of the XM/Sirius merger, consumers have very little to look forward to. The base...
Wi-Fi TV is coming to your car—and your mobile. The Internet TV provider is looking to expand its market to compete with the newly bolstered...
If you're looking for a CD slot on the Alpine iDA-X001, you won't find one. Instead, there is a single built-in audio source that...
XM and Sirius, meet ESA. A prototype for a new in-car satellite radio system has been unveiled in Europe, developed by the European Space Agency...