Monthly Archive: December 2013
Facebook is up to something, and hopefully that something is exciting. Just a bit ago, press invites went out to an event on April 4 inviting guests to "come see our [Facebook's] new home on Android." What that means is up in the air, but we won't have to wait very long to find out. The event is in seven days, and some sources are already leaking information.
Google's latest move and pledge at least makes us hopeful. The companies unofficial motto is "Don't be evil" and today that slogan lives on as they've announced their Open Patent Non-Assertion (OPN) Pledge. So what is that?
Galaxy Tab 7.7 that has been available for some time. However, multiple reports have surfaced over the past few weeks suggesting Samsung is preparing to offer those same beautiful displays in full 1080p HD on an array of tablet sizes.
GALAXY S 4 is approaching, and at least one online retailer is looking to gain some additional attention. The folks over at Carphone Warehouse have announced that along with pre-orders for the popular new GALAXY S 4, you'll also get a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch slate with your order.
HTC One is made from a solid block of aluminum and is touted as having a zero gap construction. Well, as it turns out, the lack of gaps in the construction was not all that much of a deterrent in terms of getting inside the smartphone. Granted, we wouldn't suggest this for everyone, however the folks over at iFixIt have said that a "small amount of heat and a suction cup were all that was required to create a gap." Yes, the HTC One has been torn apart.
Samsung took the stage and announced their new flagship GALAXY S 4 smartphone. Shortly after we immediately started hearing reports and rumors regarding a Galaxy S 4 Mini coming soon. Not only that, but the phone leaked into the wild late last week. Today however, reports from Bloomberg are reportedly confirming both the device, and that it will be hitting the market very soon.
Facebook at least 14 times a day. And that is on average. Meaning many users check it far more than 14 times daily. Oh and this is just on a smartphone, this doesn't even count computer habits.