Archives for February 2012

Samsung Announces the Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 today. The device is the latest tablet from the company that comes with a few new/unique functions to help it differentiate from other tablets.

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Nokia 808 PureView with 41 Megapixel Sensor Announced

Nokia has really stepped up with the Nokia 808 PureView. This smartphone features a 41 megapixel sensor that is capable of capturing some amazing pictures.

Although it’s a 41 megapixel sensor, the maximum you can use is 38 megapixels. As the resolution is so high, you can easily take a large picture and then just crop to the part you want while still having a respectable resolution picture available at the end.

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Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPad Launches

Adobe has launched a new iPad app called Adobe Photoshop Touch. The new app was announced last year and is already available on Android tablets.

The software brings certain elements of Photoshop to the iPad and allows for a number of features to be used and then exported to the full desktop version.

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HTC One S Announced with ICS and Dual-Core Chip

The HTC One S is another smartphone launched by HTC today. This device was announced along side the HTC One V and the HTC One X.

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HTC One X Android Smartphone Announced

As well as announcing the HTC One V, the company has also revealed the HTC One X. This device is the first quad-core device available from the company. The One X runs a 1.5GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and has other impressive specs.

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HTC One V Ice Cream Sandwich Unveiled

HTC has announced a new smartphone called the HTC One V. The device runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has been announced along side two other smartphones.

The One V is a budget smartphone that comes with a 3.7 inch screen that has 480 x 800 pixels making it a WVGA resolution. The processor is single core and runs at 1GHz.

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Millennium Falcom Stop Motion Build Created in 3DS Max

Take a look at the impressive video below. It is the result of about 18 months of work spread out over about 3 years. It comprises of 3,572,568 polygons which took 670 hours to render.

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iOS Devices Could get a Smaller Dock Connector on Next Gen Models

Rumours have started today about the possibility that Apple might be shrinking down the dock connector in the next generation of iOS devices. The reason behind it is that it would simply save space inside the device and allow for a larger battery or more powerful networking chips to be installed for LTE connectivity.

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Clear for iPhone Sees 350,000 Downloads within Days

Realmac Software released a new app a few days ago called Clear. Clear is a todo list type app that helps you keep your tasks in order. The Clear way of being a task manager was to make entering tasks simple. The whole UI is based around gestures. To create an item you pinch for example.

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OnLive Desktop Plus Brings Flash to iPad

Onlive Desktop Plus has been updated to now support flash content. The plus service (which is charged at $4.99/month) allows access to a Windows desktop. The company behind it have now installed Flash on the systems that subscribers connect up to. What this means is that Flash content can be used on the iPad in a roundabout way.

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Google Docs Android Update Brings New Features

Google Docs for Android has been updated and along with that update, a bunch of new features have been added to the mobile version.

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Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Revealed

Dell is about to unveil a new Ultrabook called the Dell XPS 13. The new device will be the device that Dell have made that falls in to the Ultrabook category.

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