iPhone 4S Delivered Early in Germany

Apple [AAPL] could be shipping out the iPhone 4S a little earlier than expected. We see that some Apple customers in Germany have already received an iPhone 4S through the post today.

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200,000 Pre-orders on AT&T for iPhone 4S within 12 Hours

Within 12 hours of the iPhone 4S pre-orders opening, AT&T managed to get 200,000 orders of the new smartphone from Apple [AAPL].

AT&T has seen extraordinary demand for iPhone 4S with more than 200,000 preorders in the first 12 hours alone, the most successful iPhone launch we’ve ever had. It’s obvious customers like AT&T’s 4G network, which is the only one that lets their iPhone download twice as fast and talk and surf simultaneously.

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O2 iPhone 4S UK Price Revealed

O2 in the UK is the next network to reveal prices for the iPhone 4S. O2 is offering the iPhone 4S on contracts of 12, 18 and 24 months with prices varying from £15.50 to £62 per month. For those wanting it on a 12 month contract, you’ll need to be existing O2 customers.

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Samsung Nexus Prime on AT&T and T-Mobile Arrives at FCC

The Samsung Nexus Prime has been sent to the FCC for approval in the US. The particular version found on the FCC records is the AT&T and T-Mobile version. Prior to this finding it was believed that the Nexus Prime was a Verizon exclusive although this looks like it now isn’t the case.

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JLab H2O WAVE MP3 Headphones Review

JLab were awesome enough to send us their new, completely 100% waterproof, cordless H2O WAVE mp3 headphones. First thought out of the box is they look like they are going to be heavy at the ears. But before even loading music and just trying on for fit, they feel extremely light and well balanced. Impressed already, within 2 minutes these headphones are forcing me to change my initial perception. I can say without hesitation these are some of the most comfortable in-ear headsets I’ve ever worn.

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G-Form iPad Case Protects Screen from 12lb Bowling Ball

Cases for the iPad come in all different designs. What makes one better than another is the ability to keep the tablet safe when dropping the iPad, or dropping something on the iPad.

G-Form has built an iPad case that is capable of protecting the screen from a 12lb bowling ball dropped from 3 feet on to it. To show us what it can do, Tom Cafaro has set up a test where two iPads are used. The first is protected by a rigid case with the second iPad using a G-Form case. [Read more…]

TomTom Pro 9150 GPS Launches – Includes Vehicle Tracking

TomTom has launched the TomTom PRO 9150 GPS unit. The new satnav unit includes a 5 inch screen and has been designed for business users. As well as being able to show drivers the best route to travel, the unit also works with WORKsmart and allows real-time communication to an office which in turn, can let management know where its drivers are.

This might seem a bit obtrusive for some, but for a business it allows the company to work more efficiently such as working out which driver is closest to a call out. Rather than having to phone around, the main office can speak direct to a driver who could be minutes away from a call out. [Read more…]

Three New PhotoShop Companion Apps for iPad Announced

Three new apps for the iPad are being launched by Adobe. The new apps are described as Photoshop companion apps and each allows you to work with the desktop version of Photoshop on the Mac.

The three apps are called Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop, Adobe Eazel for Photoshop and Adobe Nav for Photoshop. By connecting your iPad up to your computer via a WiFi connection you are given the ability to use Photoshop on the desktop in a more unique way.

Take Adobe Nav for Photoshop as one example. What this app does is allows the iPad to be used as a navigation tool for the desktop version. What you can see are the various windows on your iPad opened up as thumbnails. By tapping one, it switches what’s on the screen to what you selected. [Read more…]

Android to Take 49% Share of Smartphone Market by 2012

Research company, Gartner, has been looking in to smartphone sales around the world to come up with some very interesting numbers.

The report first hints that smartphone sales will reach 468 million around the globe this year. This is a 57.7 percent increase on sales from last year. We also learn that Google Android could well be the leader in the smartphone market by the end of this year and in 2012, could command about 49% of the market. [Read more…]

Galaxy S to Get Android 2.3 Gingerbread Update Very Soon

The Samsung Galaxy S will get an update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread as early as this month from what we hear today. No exact date has been provided, but we have been informed that we could expect the update sometime mid-April.

We can assume at the moment that the update will be for unlocked handsets not tied down to a specific contract. However, the Three network in the UK has also stated that the Galaxy S on its network will be arriving within the next couple of weeks. [Read more…]

Android Music Player 3.0 Embedded in to Test Android Market

The test version of the Android Market somehow was installed on a writers phone over at Tech from 10 and along with that, access to the Android Music Player 3.0. It isn’t known what the real method for getting the test market on to the said device was (a Galaxy S), other than perhaps it being in developer mode.

The actual market looks similar to the regular publicly available version other than a few changes. Most notable is the missing options to download paid apps. Other than that, it’s relatively the same. It does have the one addition though, which we have already mentioned. This is the Music Player 3.0. [Read more…]

Nokia T7 Photo Leaks Reveal 8 Megapixel Camera

The Nokia T7-00 was first spotted a few days ago when the name was spotted in a Symbian^3 file. The note made mention of the device as well as details of it having a 360×640 pixel display.

What we learn now is that the device will be very similar to the Nokia N8 in design and that it will carry an 8 megapixel camera (compared to the 12MP of the Nokia N8).

We also hear that pentaband 3G support is being removed and replaced with a TD-SCDMA standard that is commonly used in China. [Read more…]