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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Announced
June 3, 2013

Samsung had a pretty ambitious Monday, announcing both of their awaited 10-inch and 8-inch Galaxy Tab 3s to the public. Both versions run on the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Beam operating systems and have quite similar specs and features.

Galaxy Note Coming to T-Mobile Stores on August 8
July 30, 2012

The fact T-Mobile is getting the original Samsung Galaxy Note is Those who qualify can pay $200 but they need to also commit for two years and pair it with a Value voice and data plan as well as pay 20 equal payments of $20 under T-Mobile Equipment Installment Plan (EIP).

The phone will have a dual-core, 1.5GHz CPU, eight-megapixel camera, Super AMOLED touchscreen, NFC with Android Beam, and Android 4.0 preloaded.

Careful What Your Smartphone Gets Near
July 27, 2012

Don't let Charlie Miller stand too close to you. The former NSA analyst turned freelance hacker could be trying to seize control of your phone. Miller set the Black Hat cybersecurity conference buzzing on Wednesday with a presentation showing off newly discovered vulnerabilities in "near field communications" features on Samsung and Nokia devices. NFC is a short-range wireless technology that's coming soon to all major smartphones. It's intended to let you beam content to nearby devices and use your phone as a mobile wallet, but it could also be a flashing neon target

iPhone May Be Ready to Give NFC the Boost it Needs
June 25, 2012

Near field communication, the wireless technology that's forever been poised to break out, may finally get the big push it needs. Code pulled from two iPhone prototypes suggest that upcoming iPhones will have an NFC controller connected to the power management unit, according to 9to5Mac.

There is still a chance that the next iPhone doesn't include NFC support, but with more and more competing devices, including the latest iPhone rival, the Samsung Galaxy S III, featuring it prominently, it sounds very plausible that Apple is ready to incorporate the new tech. Apple being Apple

Samsung Launches Galaxy Beam, With Projector
February 27, 2012

Samsung has just announced the all new Galaxy Beam Android smartphone. The name speaks for what this device is capable of doing. And that is, letting you display and share multimedia content anywhere on a large luminous projector screen via – you guess it right, beaming the content from the device.

Mega-Powerful Camera Phone, Super-Fast Gadgets Raise Eyebrows at Mobile Show
February 27, 2012

Mobile phone giant Nokia on Monday unveiled a phone with a powerful 41 Megapixel camera as it attempts to reposition itself back at the forefront of the mobile market.

The phone is among a dazzling array of new gadgets unveiled so far at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, an annual event that showcases the industry's latest innovations.

Among them is a Chinese phone that claims to be the world's fastest and another that carries an in-built projector. The unrivaled camera capabilities of Nokia's 808 PureView, which runs the company's Symbian operating system

Turning Consumers Onto a New Sound
January 1, 2012

Computer audio just might be the savior CE dealers are looking for CE dealers around the country, battered by the drop in TV margins, are increasing their focus on selling computer audio systems, an effort that's backed by more comprehensive and connected customer demonstrations.

CEA’s Shapiro, Panasonic’s Sakamoto Speak at CES Keynote
January 8, 2008

LAS VEGAS- Whether it’s in the home or across oceans, technology brings us together. CEA President, Gary Shapiro, opened CES officially on Monday with a global message--support free trade. Critical to the industry, he said, “free trade encourages free flow of ideas, allows people to track innovations throughout the world, provides greater access by eliminating tariffs and streamlines commerce. “Technology promotes sharing because its devices improve the human condition, improve health and provide easy access to culture,” Shapiro added. Shapiro urged CES attendees to contact their local Congress members, urging them to approve pending free trade agreements because free trade “build trust and