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Samsung patent filings detail panorama and 3D camera support

Samsung is going to be unveiling "The Next Galaxy" in the not to distant future and while we have seen plenty of spec related rumors up until this point in time, it seems they are not going to die down before the announcement. Of course, these details are all being mixed in with some official teasers from Samsung. Anyway, the latest Samsung related information is coming by way of a few patent filings.

Vire Launcher offers 3D effects and real-time lighting [Hands-on]

As you all probably know, switching out the launcher for our Android phones is one of the easiest and quickest ways to change and personalize our devices. Today we've been shown an awesome brand new option for Android phones that's currently in beta called Vire Launcher. It has some of the best visuals and animations we've seen yet, is free at the moment, and runs amazingly smooth. Check out our hands-on video below.

Ematic details the eGlide Prism 7-inch ICS tablet for $157

We have another budget tablet to show everyone today. The folks from Ematic are set to announce the new eGlide Prism 7-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with full 3D support. With the provided glasses you'll be enjoying 3D movies on the latest Android OS with this budget friendly tablet. Ematic is known for producing budget tablets but what makes this great is the price, 3D, and that you can buy it from NBC.

Samsung confirms no 3D in Galaxy S III or other devices

Samsung no doubt makes some of the best Android smartphones and tablets available. Their new flagship, the Galaxy S III has seen a rumor or two suggesting 3D capabilities with dual-cameras and glasses-free 3D displays. The entire thought of 3D might sound like a good idea to some, and a bad one to others. Today Samsung has squashed that rumor and put their foot down.

TAG Heuer Racer Smartphone revealed – crafted for luxury high performance [Video]

This isn't the first luxury smartphone we've seen, and it wont be the last. With TAG Heuer announcing the LINK last year that retailed for around $6700, we have a feeling this will be a similar situation. This luxury smartphone crafted with elegance and performance in mind looks pretty awesome. Complete with carbon fiber for strength, Android, and a 3D user interface. Check out the impressive video below for more information.

Android Community Evening Wrap-Up: February 28, 2012

We've seen a few more hints at the future of Android today from Google's MWC keynote. Eric Schmidt spoke for roughly an hour on what to expect for the future of Android development, how Android will become even more economically friendly than it already is, and how Chrome for Android is already the most secure/safe browser on the Android Market. We should see Android devices reach the $70 range by next year. More specifically, he stated "Last year's $400 phone is next year's $100 phone". Apart from the keynote, Google's vice president of engineering for mobile, Hiroshi Lockheimer, hinted for Android 5.0 Jelly Bean to have a fall release instead of the earlier summer rumor. This is somewhat comforting, considering Android 4.0 is finally starting to show up on non-Nexus devices.

AutoCAD WS adds 2D editing, plans a lot more

If you're in the architecture, manufacturing, fabrication or 3D animation, odds are you either use or know of AutoCAD, the standard desktop application for computer-aided design. Publisher AutoDesk has a variety of Android apps available, but the one that's probably of most interest to CAD designers is AutoCAD WS, a remote viewer for DWG, DWF and DXF documents. The latest version (1.4) adds editing to 2D AutoCAD designs, in addition to GPS-enabled perspective viewing and access to files stored locally, on remote servers, email attachments or on the AutoCAD Cloud web app.
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