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New details emerge on Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch

August 30, 2013

Sources from Samsung’s warehouse facility apparently told tech website AmongTech that the Galaxy Gear smartwatch will have a 2.5-inch 320 x 320 resolution OLED display, a 10-hour battery life, 1GB of memory and either 6GB or 8GB of data storage.

The device is also said to have an integrated camera with a 4 megapixel sensor and which is capable of recording video in 720p, and is supposedly powered by Android Jelly Bean (it’s unclear at this time if the version will be Android 4.1 or 4.2).

Earlier this week, Samsung exec Lee Young-Hee confirmed that the Galaxy Gear smartwatch will debut at the IFA tech exhibition in Berlin, Germany on September 4. TabTimes [...]

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Samsung’s mystery hi-res tablet could be close to launch

July 15, 2013

A device codenamed SM-P900 was spotted on a Samsung website which lists ‘User Agent Profiles’, files which mobile devices refer to so in order to identify themselves to web servers.

Japanese tech blog RBMen found three variants of the SM-P900– SM-P900 (thought to be the 3G version), SM-P901 (Wi-Fi) and SM-P905 (LTE) – and each of these list the tablet as having a 1.4GHz processor, the Android 4.2.2 operating system and a screen size of 2560 x 1600.

Perhaps because of this, Samsung fansite SamMobile believes that the model in question could be the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus, a tablet which is expected to bear some similarity to Google’s Nexus [...]

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Future Samsung tablets could have flexible displays and built-in stands

May 17, 2013

PatentBolt claims that Samsung was recently granted patents for two eye-catching tablet designs; a tablet with a built-in stand and a tablet with a bendable display.

The first patent is nicknamed “Tablet Computer” and has a handle and protective cover, but is somewhat different to the included kickstands seen with Microsoft’s Surface and other tablets. This is because, as the patent reveals, the handle would also be able to prop-up the device.

The second patent is simply named “Tablet PC” and is even more ground-breaking, showing a tablet with a seam across the middle for users to bend a certain portion of the display. The patent images [...]

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DisplaySearch USFPD Smart Displays event to focus on future UI, controls, and content

February 23, 2012

On February 28 and February 29 at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California, DisplaySearch will be hosting US FPD Smart Displays: From Emerging to Mainstream.

The two-day event will consist of sessions and panels dedicated to exploring what the rapidly changing nature of connected displays, tablets, and technologies means for manufacturers, retailers, and consumers.

Noteworthy sessions include:

Advancing Smart Display Technologies: This panel will explore key progressions in display tech, such as OLED and Oxide TFT, and how they will impact smart devices. Interactivity – New User Interfaces For Smart Displays: Focuses on alternatives to touch-based [...]
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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer leaves CES on a high note

January 10, 2012

LAS VEGAS — Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave one of his classically spirited keynote  addresses kicking off CES Monday night, enthusiastically touting the latest Microsoft products. “There are 1.3 billion PCs in the world making it the most popular smart device on the planet," he said.

Ballmer received a gushing intro from CES head honcho Gary Shapiro, complete with video clips of past keynote appearances by Ballmer and Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, thanking Microsoft for the 14 years the company has keynoted the show. But he also acknowledged a recent announcement the software giant made that this will be the last year it will participate in [...]

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Toshiba to show super slim tablet and OLED slate at CES

January 6, 2012

Toshiba did not announce the names or specifications of the aforementioned products, but did reveal that the reference OLED tablet will be water proof and will feature wireless charging capabilities. The announcement also detailed that Toshiba would unveil 13.3-inch Ultrabook and a 55-inch QFHD resolution (3840×2160) glasses-free 3D TV.

Toshiba unveiled the Thrive tablet at last year's show, and also introduced a prototype glasses-free 3D TV.

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Samsung ships one million Galaxy Notes in two months

December 29, 2011

The Korean electronics manufacturer is planning to launch the Galaxy Note in the US next year, having first introduced the 5.3-inch device at the IFA exhibition in Germany this September, prior to its launch a month later.

The Galaxy Note works with a stylus and can be used as a phone or a tablet. The Note has a 1.4GHz processor, a 1280 x 800 resolution OLED touchscreen, and runs the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system.

The model also has front and rear facing cameras, 16GB of internal memory and offers access to Samsung Apps. The Galaxy Note is somewhat expensive, with a SIM-free model costing around £600 (approximately $925) in the UK.

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