Our sources of music definitely vary. Sometimes it’s our personal collection, sometimes it’s streaming a radio station, sometimes it’s a service like Pandora® or Spotify®. Moving back and forth between devices just to hear what you want is a pain! The time has come for a unified interface, regardless of the source.
As expected, the Samsung Unpacked event at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Germany, saw the unveiling of the latest phablet from the South Korean consumer electronics giant, Samsung, in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This will definitely up the ante where the Galaxy Note family is concerned, where you get an even larger display than ever before (time to give your tailor a tinkle and make some changes in size to your pants pockets), in addition to a slew of other technological advancements that we will check out in the extended post.
If you are part of the Apple camp, you would most probably say that the MacBook Air was the catalyst for the PC camp to come up with the super slim and sexy Ultrabook. Here we are with one of the latest creations from HP’s camp, which is known as the HP ENVY x2. It is definitely a looker, I will give it that, and if you ever asked yourself the question of whether to tote around your notebook or your tablet to a given destination with just one choice, then you need not answer that question any more if you happen to pack a HP ENVY x2 in your backpack. I will let you know why right after the jump.
Alarms and alerts have become a necessity in our ever changing lives. House alarms, car alarms, key finder alerts, “hey you left the refrigerator” reminders, “someone let the cat out” alert. Face it, alarms and alerts provide peace of mind and protect us and our loved ones. Wireless Sensor Tags developed by Cao Gadgets LLC, would like to help in this process.
Does the world really need yet another digital camera? The correct answer would be an unequivocal and resounding, “Yes!”. Well, you know that the camera industry is going to continue moving forward with ever higher resolution, not to mention advancements in video recording technology, but how about the operating system of the camera? That has more often than not been overlooked, so Samsung might be on to something here with their maiden attempt at an Android-powered camera, the Samsung Galaxy Camera. Yes sir, we are referring to the mobile operating system from Google that sees actions on smartphones and tablets, now making its way to a camera. How does it fare? Hit the extended post to know more.
Are you looking forward to what Windows Phone 8 can deliver in terms of smartphones? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you will definitely want to take a closer look at the Samsung ATIV S which was first introduced to the world at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Germany. From what you can see above, the Samsung ATIV S does seem to shape up to be one slick looking handset, where it will not compromise on its processing power, merging both form and functionality into a single device.