Panasonic has announced the launch of P31 phablet with a large screen and host of improvements including a quad core processor.
The P31 has a 5-inch screen powered by a 1.3GHz Quad Core smartphone and will run on Android Jelly Bean. The device will have an 8MP Full HD capable Autofocus camera while the 2000 mAh battery allows the phone to run for long time. The device will be the first to feature Panasonic's "Play Life" bouquet of features offering customers a customizable user experience.
Toshiba has announced that storage solutions provider OCZ has become its fully-owned subsidiary as it has completed the acquisition of the firm. OCZ Technology Group had filed for bankruptcy late in 2013.
The acquisition of OCZ, which has further expanded Toshiba's solid-state storage capabilities, represents the company's commitment to address storage challenges being faced by both client and enterprise customers.
DISH Network L. L. C. on Sunday announced a new app called "Virtual Joey" that delivers the DISH Hopper(R) HD-DVR experience on LG Smart televisions.
Virtual Joey, which will be demonstrated at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, can be used instead of the company's hardware-based Joey. It will thus increase installation options where coaxial or Ethernet wiring is hard to access.
In a bid to expand the reach of video-sharing service Vine up to a broader audience, the social video app has launched a website at vine. co.
Users can now share their profiles or past Vines through the website that places Vine videos in a centralized depository. In mid-December, it became obvious that the app was heading for desktop users after the company opened up vanity URL registration.
Prior to the launch of the website, users had to depend on third-party viewers to backtrack to older videos.
BASIS Science Inc.'s new health & sleep tracking device, the 2014 Carbon Steel Edition band, boasts hundreds of enhancements over the Basis B1 that was released last year.
The 2014 Carbon Steel Edition band features a new look and feel. It has polished chrome details and stretchable, silicone black straps that lets for enhanced flexibility.
BASIS' Advanced Sleep Analysis technology is capable of accurately identifying users' sleep various phases, viz. REM Sleep, Light Sleep and Deep Sleep, as well as Toss-and-Turn, Interruptions and Duration of sleep.
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia is working on an Android-based smartphone codenamed Normandy, which will be available in a wide range of colours, according to a new leak.
As per the newest leak by Twitter user @evleaks, the Nokia Normandy will be a budget smartphone that will run Google's widely-popular mobile operating system Android, and be available in six colours, viz. white, black, green, yellow, cyan and red.
Apart from the vibrant colours, the leak also revealed the potential phone's profile. According to the leak, the Nokia Normandy will have a Lumia-like profile.
HP recently made four new tablets available for sale on its website. These Android-powered slates, first announced in September, include two low-end models and two mid-range models. For those seeking alternatives to today's Galaxy and Nexus tablets, these might be worth consideration.
All four tablets run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and include WiFi, Bluetooth, 25 GB of free Box cloud storage, and a standard set of headphone and micro-USB ports.
Jeep Australia has just launched a second special edition of its widely acclaimed iconic off-road four-wheel-drive stalwart Wrangler.
The new Dragon Edition is based on the Wrangler Unlimited Overland four-door, but some noticeable improvements and additions allow it to look unique. The new special edition adds 18-inch wheels, bronze highlights to the front-end garnishes, badges and the Mopar fuel door bolts.
Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Inc on Tuesday unveiled an array of its new products, including new, sleeker iPad tablets.
The company's top-of-the-range tablet, the iPad Air is 20 per cent slimmer than the existing tablet. This 9.7-inch iPad Air tablet screen is 7.5mm (0.3in) in thickness and just 469 grams in weight.
As per Apple's claims, the iPad Air tablet is the lightest full-sized tablet computer on the market.
Consumer electronics giant LG has finally introduced its much-rumored tablet PC, dubbed the G Pad 8.3, to the world.
The G Pad 8.3, the South Korean manufacturer's first tablet in ages, runs Google's Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system and features an 8.3-inch display that offers a resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels.
It has two cameras - a 5-megapixel camera on the rear and a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front.
Internal specifications include a QUALCOMM Snapdragon 600 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, 16 GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM and a 4600mAh battery.
Huawei on Monday introduced the world to the new MediaPad Vogue 7 - a seven-inch tablet that can also be used as a phone.
The MediaPad Vogue 7 runs on Google's Android Jelly Bean 4.1 operating system, and features a 7-inch IPS LCD touchscreen that offers a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels.
It boasts Huawei's own K3V2 1.2GHz quadcore Cortex-A9 chipset in an aluminum-body casing and Emotion UI 1.5.
Finnish handset maker Nokia has started preparations to introduce the world to its much talked about Lumia EOS Smartphone next month.
Nokia, which has long been struggling to regain the ground it lost to rivals like Apple and Samsung, has sent out invites to the press for an event named "Zoom Reinvented," which will take place on 11th of July at 11 a. m. in New York City.
Consumer electronics giant Samsung on Tuesday announced the launch of a new high-end smartphone dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Grand, which has been designed to particularly target the youth and young company executives in the age group of 18-35 years.
The company said the Galaxy Grand would be simultaneously launched in several key markets across the world, including India.
The Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS-based smartphone has borrowed several features from the South Korean firm's flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Note 2.
Acclaimed electronic giant Sony yesterday introduced the world to its new, ultra-slim Android-based tablet dubbed the Xperia Tablet Z.
The Xperia Tablet Z runs Google's Android 4.1 mobile operating system, and comes equipped with a full-HD 10.1-inch screen that offers a resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels. It has Qualcomm's 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, an 8.1-megapixel camera on its rear. This rear-facing camera works with Exmore R technology and is expected to be a star in the company's promotion of the tablet overall.
Even though Google had to cancel its October 29 media event in New York due to Hurricane Sandy which lashed the East Coast with heavy rain and strong winds, the company nonetheless unveiled its new Nexus 4 handset as well as Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets on the scheduled date.
Instead of announcing the new devices at the originally-scheduled October 29 gala launch event which was to be held in a New York City pier, Google unveiled the new hardware in a blog post on the Official Google Blog.
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