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Apple iOS 5 To Launch In The Fall


Apple usually launches the next major update to iOS at the same time as it launches the iPhone 5, which we are expecting to be unveiled in June or July of this year.
TechCrunch are reporting that we may not see iOS 5 launching until the Fall of 2011, which would either mean that it will not launch at the same time as the iPhone 5 or the iPhone 5 launch will be in the Fall.



New Collection Of IPhone

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Samsung Galaxy Tab



Apparently in order for something to be considered luxurious these days, it needs to be encrusted in Swarovski crystals. So to make sure that their customers weren’t forced to use some second rate tablet PC, Harrods unveiled a crystal encrusted version of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. The Crystal Galaxy Tab is encrusted with 5,700 Swarovski crystals and the logo is done in Jet Hematite.







Verizon Wireless And Samsung | 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot

Verizon Wireless and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) today announced that the Samsung 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot is available for order today in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement on a 4G Mobile Broadband plan. The 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot will be available in stores on March 31.



They Just Don't Get Apple!

They Just Don't Get Apple!
They Just Don't Get Apple!

T-Mobile Sidekick 4G



Shipping this spring, the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G picks up where the Sidekick series left off with the addition of Android 2.2, 4G support (up to 21Mbps), and a 1GHz Hummingbird processor. Pricing was not announced at this time.




Starting With A Apple Logo

Starting With A Apple Logo
Starting With A Apple Logo

Samsung Galaxy Tab vs. Apple iPad: Specs Compared

see Samsung’s up-and-coming Android tablet measured up next to the reigning champ, as we compare Samsung’s Galaxy Tab vs. the Apple iPad from a specifications perspective.

What the heck is a tablet computer?

Mainstream America might never have known before Apple bushwhacked its way through technical barriers, misconceptions and skeptics stake its claim on tablet computing with the iPad. The breakthrough tablet, which Apple still struggles to keep in stock, dodged mistakes made by previous tablets by making computing with your fingers easy, relatively inexpensive , and above all, fun.

But no company can dominate an entire market forever – even one that essentially created it. Having eyed Apple enviously for months, other companies are now attempting to elbow their way in on the tablet space. And Samsung is among the first to the table with the Galaxy Tab. Can the supersized version of the company’s successful Galaxy S smartphones compete? We stacked it side by side with the Apple iPad to find out.


Size


Winner: Samsung Galaxy Tab

No denying it: The iPad is a bit of a heifer. By laptop dimensions, 1.5 pounds sounds phenomenally light, but hold it in your hands for a while, and you’ll realize a 1.5-pound book starts to feel heavy fast. The Samsung Galaxy Tab drops weight to just 0.84 pounds, while shrinking by several inches in width and height as well, due to the smaller screen.



Price

Winner: To be determined

Apple shocked audiences at its iPad launch by announcing that the cheapest iPad would go for only $499, making it one of the most affordable items in the Apple catalog. While we still don’t have full pricing information for the Galaxy Tab, rumors suggest it may be equal or potentially even higher. Rumors have pointed to €699 ($890) for the 16GB version and €799 ($1,020) for the 32GB version, and converting the pre-tax Swedish price puts it around $930. But since it’s all complete hear-say for the moment, it remains to be seen whether the Galaxy Tab will really arrive at a competitive price point.


Speed


Winner: Draw


Comparing the Apple iPad and Galaxy Tab in the speed department at this point is a lot like comparing identical twins on the track: Clearly, one must be faster, but you know they’re going to be neck and neck, and they’ve yet to race. Apple’s A4 processor is derived from the same A8 Cortex CPU the Galaxy Tab uses, so they’re essentially family. In our comparison of the iPhone 4 and A8-powered Captivate, we had to declare a draw considering both seemed to excel in different areas. We’ll do the same here.


Screen

Winner: Apple iPad

As far as LCD screens go, the iPad sports one of the best in the business. Besides efficient LED backlighting and a generous 9.7-inch span, it uses in-plane switching (IPS) technology, which gives it a viewing angle unrivalled by the cheaper twisted-nematic (TN) screens used in most other devices. The Galaxy Tab offers a 16:9 display ratio, which is preferable for watching movies, but it also reduces resolution (from 1024 x 768 on the iPad to just 1024 x 600) and shrinks to just 7 inches across. Less resolution, smaller size, and inferior technology? I think we know which we would prefer to watch last week’s Mad Men on, thank you.




Camera

Winner: Samsung Galaxy Tab

How did Apple miss the boat on adding a camera to the iPad? You’ll have to ask Steve Jobs, but Samsung apparently has itself put together a little better. The Galaxy Tabincludes both a 3-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing cam for videoconferencing. It will even capture 720p HD video. Samsung 1, Apple 0.


Battery


Winner: Apple iPad


Samsung hasn’t released full details on battery life from the Galaxy Tab just yet, but from what we know so far, the iPad looks like a winner here. The company claims its 4,000mAh battery will give the Tab seven hours of video playback, while Apple claims the iPad can do 10 – a claim we verified in our own testing. While that’s only one aspect of performance, we’re giving it to Apple until Samsung can defy expectations and outsurf or outread the long-lasting iPad.

HTC DROID INCREDIBLE



The DROID INCREDIBLE is the eagerly anticipated Android 2.2 phone from HTC for Verizon Wireless. Make it uniquely yours by customizing with Android Market's thousands of apps and widgets. The advanced 8 megapixel camera/camcorder captures your favorite moments with auto focus and a 2x power LED flash. Use special effects to edit your images, and then post your pictures directly to your favorite social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace. Always know exactly where you are and where you're going with apps like VZ Navigator and Google Maps supported by the integrated GPS. Check email, surf the web, and switch between different apps at lightning-fast speeds with the 1GHz Snapdragon Processor and 8GB internal flash memory.




HTC EVO 4G | HTC Thunderbolt with LTE



Verizon and HTC finally announced that the HTC Thunderbolt will be hitting Verizon this Thursday, 17 March. This is the first LTE smartphone available on Verizon and as a major HTC EVO 4G fan, rated it the #1 smartphone twice last year, I quickly went over to Wirefly and purchased mine for $199.99. The Thunderbolt runs at $249.99 from Verizon Wireless with a 2-year contract.




Sprint getting the HTC EVO View 4G this summer



HTC made a splash earlier this year with the unveiling of its 7-inch tablet, the HTC Flyer. This is the first Android tablet to get pen input in addition to the standard touch screen. Sprint today announced it will be carrying the Flyer, aka the HTC EVO View 4G, starting this summer.

HTC EVO View 4G specifications:
  • 1.5GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon® Processor
  • Dimensions: 7.7 inches (195.4 mm) x 4.4 inches (112.5 mm) x 0.5 inches (13.2 mm)
  • Weight: 14.88 ounces (421.84 grams)
  • Display: 7-inch (177.8 mm), 1024 x 600 touchscreen display with pinch-to-zoom
  • 32GB internal memory, 1GB RAM; microSD slot (supports up to 32GB memory card)
  • Battery: 4000 mAh Lithium-ion battery



LG Thrill 4G hands-on

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Verizon 4G MiFi | Here soon


The Verizon 4G (LTE) network blew my socks off when I tested it at launch here in Houston. While the HTC Thunderbolt 4G is currently available from Big Red to tap the fast network, I have been anxiously awaiting for a 4G MiFi to tap into that speed. The appearance of MiFi units from Samsung and Novatel have appeared on an internal Verizon rebate list, indicating they may be on store shelves soon.







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