Samsung Looking to Upgrade Galaxy Y Pro: Make it Dual Sim

Samsung Looking to Upgrade Galaxy Y Pro: Make it Dual Sim

There’s a juicy rumor going around the internet this week, which contains some palpable evidence for a change – a picture of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos, a dual-SIM version of its brother Galaxy Y Pro. We don’t know yet whether the device is expected to have the same specifications as the original device, but one thing is for sure, it will come packed with a front facing camera.

By On December 17, 2011 Respond
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You Can Get Samsung Focus Flash On AT&T For Just $1

You Can Get Samsung Focus Flash On AT&T For Just $1

Holiday season has always been the perfect time to shop, because extremely appealing deals pop out like mushrooms after the rain, in places you least expected. Take for example the new Samsung Focus Flash smartphone discount, HT&T is now offering for all you Christmas shoppers.

By On December 14, 2011 Respond
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Apple Accused Over Illegal Caller ID Patent Infringement Over iPhone By Cequint

Apple Accused Over Illegal Caller ID Patent Infringement Over iPhone By Cequint

Apple has been sued again for using Caller-ID technology in its Smartphone – iPhone. Apple is already fighting with Samsung & HTC over various patents infringement in its products worldwide. This time it’s a new company named Cequint Inc. The Seattle based data-network service provider accused Apple for illegal use of its own Caller-ID technology in iPhone. Apple is yet to make any official comment over the lawsuit.

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Tablets Will Have Significantly Increased Resolutions in 2012

Tablets Will Have Significantly Increased Resolutions in 2012

As the rumors about the new top of the line tablet Apple’s next generation iPad intensify, analysts are trying to figure out what the competitors will do and how the products on the market are going to evolve. Previously, tablets gained with each generation more powerful processors and more RAM but the display resolution hasn’t got that expected leap that users expect. Many tablets on the market have screen resolutions of 1024×768, 1024×600, and even 800×600.

By On December 13, 2011 1 Response
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Samsung Rugby II Phone By AT&T

Samsung Rugby II Phone By AT&T

Ideal for on-site field services, the rugged Samsung Rugby II for AT&T builds on the success of its predecessor with improved noise suppression, and an external speaker making it easier to communicate regardless of the environment. Certified to the Military Standard MIL-STD 810G, this highly durable handset is perfect for users like construction foremen and landscape designers.

By On December 11, 2011 Respond
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Samsung Ups The Tablet Competition With High-Resolution Display

Samsung Ups The Tablet Competition With High-Resolution Display

Samsung has revealed it’s plan of launching an ultra-high display in it’s upcoming tablets. In case you are wondering, it would be a 2560*1600 display, a truly huge step forward from the prevalent display resolutions. In case Samsung release this tablet before Apple’s iPad 3 which is rumoured to have a similarly high display resolution, Samsung may get an upper hand.

By On December 10, 2011 Respond
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Apple Appeals Again To Have Samsung Devices Banned In Us

Apple Appeals Again To Have Samsung Devices Banned In Us

Last week, we saw a US judge deny Apple’s request to have four Samsung devices banned in US. According to the judge, there was no evidence that such an injunction would save Apple from any major damage. Apple lawyers had said that they would appeal against this ruling. And now they have.

By On December 10, 2011 Respond
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US Judge Rejects Apple’s Request Against Samsung

US Judge Rejects Apple’s Request Against Samsung

As the legal battle rages on between Apple and Samsung, Apple may be in for a set-back in it’s home-ground, US. In a case filed by Apple against Samsung over alleged patent violations, the judge has rejected Apple’s request and has refused to ban Samsung’s smartphones and Galaxy Tab tablets in US. However, Apple has vowed to continue with it’s legal efforts against Samsung.

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Telstra Opens First  ‘Androidland’ Store In Melbourne

Telstra Opens First ‘Androidland’ Store In Melbourne

Australian Giant Mobile and Telephone Operator TELSTRA, has opened Australia’s First Android Store named ‘Androidland‘ in Telstra’s Bourke Street, Melbourne, on Dec 2. Actually this the World’s First Dedicated Android Store in the History of World.

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Australian Ban On Samsung Galaxy Tab Continues

Australian Ban On Samsung Galaxy Tab Continues

Ever since this April, Apple has been doggedly pursuing Samsung worldwide, accusing that the South Korean company copied the designs of iPad and iPhone. Samsung, of course, has resorted with counter-cases. We reported a while ago that an appeals court in Australia overturned the ban on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. However, the court has allowed, on Apple’s request, to let the ban stay intact till Dec 9, when Apple will apply for an appeal against the ruling.

By On December 2, 2011 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is yet another nifty addition to the Android family. Thin, sleek and very light, the device runs smoothly on Android Honeycomb and has a fairly good battery life of about 9 hours.

By On November 30, 2011 1 Response
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Apple Seeks Ban On Galaxy Tab 10.1N In Germany

Apple Seeks Ban On Galaxy Tab 10.1N In Germany

Apple seems to have a high ground over Samsung in German. In an earlier case filed by Apple against Samsung, accusing the latter of copying iPad 2′s design, Apple was able to grab a win. The court ruled in favor of Apple and place a permanent ban on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. However, Apple doesn’t seem satisfied. Yet.

By On November 30, 2011 Respond
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Samsung PN51D8000 51-inch 1080p 3D Ready Plasma HDTV

Samsung PN51D8000 51-inch 1080p 3D Ready Plasma HDTV

Samsung’s D8000 series makes a great entry-point for 3D Plasma HDTVs. With a 1080p resolution, an ultra fast response time, and 600Hz subfield motion technology, you get a crystal-clear image. Connect a USB flash drive to enjoy some video, music, or pictures. Better yet, add a Blu-ray 3D player and some Samsung 3D glasses, and you’ll have access to ultra-immersive 3D entertainment. 3D glasses not included in box, must be purchased as optional accessory.

By On November 30, 2011 Respond
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Volume Bug In Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Volume Bug In Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The latest instalment of the Android smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, seems to be experiencing problems. It has been released in UK and throngs of its users have reported a volume bug. The bug causes the volume of the handset to automatically change. No official statement from Apple or Samsung has come so far.

By On November 27, 2011 Respond
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Apple Included Sharp To Manufacture LCDs For next iPad And iPhone, Currently Supplying iPhone 4S Display Panels

Apple Included Sharp To Manufacture LCDs For next iPad And iPhone, Currently Supplying iPhone 4S Display Panels

Apple is diversifying the supply chain process of its component. In an attempt, recently Apple included Osaka-based liquid crystal display manufacturer Sharp as its new supplier for the next iPad and iPhone, according to The Wall Street Journal. iPad is expected to be launched in the next year though already rumor dates are flashing around […]

By On November 26, 2011 Respond
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