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Shazam has just announced that its media discovery app is about to get a whole lot better thanks to its support of the NFC-based Android Beam technology.
Samsung is expected to come out with a lot of exciting products at MWC 2012. But their newly unveiled Galaxy Beam handset might not impress you when it comes to the specs, although it has one trick up its sleeve. The device features a built-in pico projector.
Embedding projectors in mobile phones is a fairly new practice that very few manufacturers have jumped on, we saw glimpses of it at last years CES, including the Samsung Beam at MWC shortly after. This year, its all about the Tablet, and of course we're now being shown the MicroVision Mini-Tablet with Embedded Projector.
At Mobile World Congress this week, the latest innovations from the labs of Samsung were being shown about. One of those innovations were the latest projector phone called the Samsung Beam, or I8520 Halo, running Android 2.1 with the companies highly-sought after Super AmOLED display.
Unfortunately for the little robot that could, Google has decided to send out an automatic update that addresses the "issue" of having the Android...
The Motorola RAZR M 4G LTE is finally official, though it certainly wasn't a secretive launch at all. The newly announced device is a pretty decent looking midrange device, though it's nothing to get all that excited about either.
Today Motorola revealed several new handsets, the flagship model being the Droid RAZR HD. The new model comes in three variants- the RAZR HD, RAZR Maxx HD and the Developer version. The developer version is just a regular RAZR HD, with an easy to unlock bootloader for those that like to tinker around.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has officially been unveiled at the Berlin Unpacked Event.
Recently Mobile Mag covered a post about how the Nexus tablet was likely to be unveiled at the Google I/O event which is now days away. Jumping the gun a bit, supposedly a training document has leaked out revealing what is now believed to be that very tablet. The document calls the device the Nexus 7 with a planned release in July for $200.
Waiting for a good deal on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus? It looks like this is the right time to make your move to take a big bite out of Ice Cream Sandwich. Online retail giant Amazon is currently offering the handset with a price tag of a mere $99.99.
Long gone are those days when the term ‘advancement in technology’ was only meant for desktops and cellular devices. Today, that term covers a...
Sony Xperia E3
Have the latest firmware possible for your TouchWiz-based Samsung smartphone? If not, you better get on that right away.
Samsung Galaxy S III is on its way to all four major US carriers. Waiting impatiently to get your hands on it? That's understandable. Luckily there are a few test shots from their respective 8MP camera models.
After months of speculation and hearsay, the Samsung Galaxy S III was officially unveiled to the world earlier today in London, but which carriers are going to get their hands on this latest slab of Super AMOLED deliciousness? After all, Samsung didn't make any formal indication at the official event.
Samsung unveiled some new devices at the MWC 2012, but it is certainly a disappointment that the much anticipated Galaxy S3 did not make it for the event. We are hoping that Samsung would make up for this by bringing out a handset that is worth the wait. And it appears like that is what they are planning to do. The latest info suggests that the company is thinking about something big.
AatmaStudio has released a cool concept video for the iPhone 5. It looks awesome, but how likely is it that the iPhone 5 could actually have the features shown in the video? Ultra thin design, for example, might be possible. Smartphones are getting thinner and thinner, with the title of the world’s slimmest smartphone currently held by the Medias N-04C from Japanese company NEC Casio Mobile. At 7.7mm, the Android handset beats both the Galaxy S II and iPhone 4 when it comes to slimness.
Discretix expects mobile business security to be catalyzed by a few high profile incidents that will escalate and catapult industry awareness and priority. The immediate response will include mandatory encryption, and other security standards subject to regulatory compliance. A mobile phone/internet device can increase enterprise productivity, but the downside and risk must be taken into consideration. In dollar figures, RIM's recent acquisition of Certicom weighed in at $100 million, so this downside is not trivial.