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New Features of the Next Generation iPad Cited in Unveiling

Written on March 08, 2012 by Adam Eve

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The New iPad was unveiled yesterday by Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Showcases New Features

Contrary to the rumors that the next generation iPad will be named the iPad2 or the iPad HD, Tim Cook has introduced it simply as “the New iPad”. Just when everyone expected for it to have a new name like the iPad 2 and other iPhone models, Apple has declined to give it a real name. A lot of peope were disappointed and confused on what to call the new Apple tablet. One user tweeted, “”So, just to confirm: Apple created a new iPad, declined to give it a real name and barely changed it from the last one? No thanks.”

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Apple Begins Offering Refurbished iPad 2 Models

Written on September 01, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Apple offers refurbished iPad 2 models. Initial options are limited to 32 or 64GB, and 3G units.

Consumers can now purchase the iPad 2 in a much cheaper cost, as Apple just started selling the refurbished second-gen tablets in its online store. The refurbs gets a $50 discount from its original pricing. However, the 16GB versions are not yet available at this point.

As confirmed by MacRumors, the refurbished iPads would still receive the same one-year warranties. They will even have a new back cover and battery, and few of its system glitches have been cleared. If ever some defects arise, Apple promises to replace the affected component at once.

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Check Texts and Emails on Your Cellular Watches with InPulse

Written on June 15, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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InPulse, a Bluetooth-enabled wrist watch can drag almost all of your mobile phone data right into your wrist.

Cluttering your cellphones might already come to an end, because recently, a new gadget is slated to be released in the market. The said gadget, called InPulse, is a wrist watch – but not your ordinary watch – since it can be used to read text messages, personal email alerts, and even Facebook and Twitter feeds.

These cell-connected watches are bluetooth-enabled, which can show all your mobile phone alerts right into your wrist. In the future, these watches are expected to connect directly with the Web and may even be your personal mobile phone. InPulse watches can perform several things like your phone. Specifically, it has a 1.3-inch screen that displays your texts messages, e-mails and call logs. It also have downloadable applications, which will allow you to visit your Facebook and Twitter profiles.

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Verizon Launching Samsung 4G LTE Hotspot Mobile Network, March 31st

Written on March 30, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Time to take it up a notch, as Verizon presents its 4G LTE Hotspot Mobile Network! Now available at selected territories.

Why go 3G when you can go 4G? If speed is what you’re looking for, then speed is what you’ll be getting. Verizon Wireless introduces its first mobile 4G LTE Hotspot network, which is set for a debut this 31st of March. This marks the first time Verizon will launch a mobile network ever since the Verizon Network was unveiled last December.

The Samsung 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot connects you and four other Wi-Fi-enabled devices with speeds ranging from 5 Mbps to 12 Mbps for downloads, and 2 Mbps to 5 Mbps for uploads. However, these speeds can only be attained if the users are within the 39 cities where Verizon LTE is available. Otherwise, users can still enjoy 3G speeds outside Verizon’s zone. Don’t worry though, they’re planning to expand their coverage by the end of the year.

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Sony Working on 3G Capable Cyber-Shot Camera?

Written on March 13, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Will a 3G capable point-and-shoot camera bring the battered devices back into the game against improving smartphones?

Point-and-shoot cameras are currently on the marketing downfall as more convenient smartphones take casual photography center stage thanks to improved camera functionalities and apps that make picture-taking as easy as uploading them on the web. But it looks like Sony’s point-and-shoot camera department is getting ready to fight back as rumors share that the company […]

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Sanjay Jha Explains Motorola Xoom $799 Price Tag with 4G Feature at MWC 2011

Written on February 17, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Motorola's got some explaining to do about the whopping price of the Motorola Xoom tablet.

We were as surprised as you are when the Motorola Xoom was tagged $799, but Motorola Mobile Chief Sanjay Jha immediately tries to extinguish the fire as he explains over at the Mobile World Congress, MWC, in Barcelona that people will be getting their money’s worth with the 32GB 3G Motorola tablet thanks to its secret ingredient: the 4G.

The tablet market leader, the 32GB 3G Apple iPad tablet currently has a price tag of $729 in the US. Jha shares that people that a 4G device compatible on the Verizon network is worth the extra $70.

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Sony Unveils ‘PSP2′, Calls it the ‘NGP’ or Next Generation Portable

Written on January 27, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Looks like all those leaked pictures were fake after all. But here we are now as Sony unleashes its latest handheld creation: the PSP2... I mean the NGP or Next Generation Portable.

And so Sony spills the beans as they’ve finally unveiled the next generation of the PlayStation Portable (PSP) over at the Sony Tokyo Press Conference. Though not exactly calling it the ‘PSP2,’ the latest PlayStation Portable is codenamed the ‘NGP’ or the ‘Next Generation Portable.’

The handheld is packed with tons of features which Sony presented under five different concepts: ‘Revolutionary User Interface,’ ‘Social Connectivity,’ ‘Location-based Entertainment,’ ‘Convergence of Real’ and ‘Virtual or Augmented reality,’ and a ‘PlayStation Suite Compatibility.’

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HasWifi Knows the Flights with Internet Access

Written on October 18, 2010 by R. Cruise

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HasWifi can help you decide whether to get a little shut eye or get going with your workload.

Wi-fi is now a necessity. Be it at home or when you are on the go; and either in land or air travel. Many businessmen expect that they’ll have Internet access at 30,000 feet but it does not happen like that all the time. Just like you, many are asking if there’s a way to check if there’s Internet access prior to purchasing a ticket.

Thank God for HasWifi. This technology is supported with database which indicates Wi-Fi equipped flights. Currently, HasWifi can search through six U.S. carriers. Founder Anthony Petito aims to widen its network of data in the future. Any jet setter can now choose between a flight with or without Wi-Fi.

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