It seems that Samsung has a new wearable prepared for the MWC. This is what we know by intuition after seeing the leaked images of called “Triathlon”, a bracelet that would be alike very much the current Gear S2, but that would center its capacities on the world of the sport and the healthy life. It would have the already well-known revolving ring, and would work with Tizen, although at the moment there is no official assertion of its existence (but with these images of seemingly official everything points that we will know very quickly). Continue reading Images of a new bracelet leak Samsung fitness
If you are of those who are reluctant to upgrade to Windows 10, we have a very bad news for you: at the time that you change your PC, you are obligated to use it if you want to continue to receive support. What you read. Microsoft has revealed that from now on new processors from AMD, Intel and Qualcomm will require the latest version of Windows to receive attention on the part of the house. It is not the only surprise that has been given to us by the Redmond, since those who are currently using the platform Skylake have also been what is theirs.
Continue reading Microsoft you leave if you don’t use Windows 10 in your future PC
Next week the users of Xbox Live Gold expanded its catalog of games on a temporary basis, as the company will offer free access to the library EA Vault. If you don’t remember, EA Vault is a games section built into the service of subscripccion monthly EA Access, and in it you can find some titulazos as Titanfall, Battlefield: hardline, Dragon Age: Inquisition, FIFA 15 and Madden 15.
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That put warnings in the user manual or with stickers in Galaxy Note 5 screen was something temporary. Samsung has finally solved the problem that caused the S Pen pinching on the phone if it is inserted incorrectly, and that can up to break the digital pen or detection of the sensor.
Something curious is that the announcement of the arrangement has not been done openly, it is more, the manufacturer does not say one word about it. We learned of the change thanks to a reader of the site Phandroid that simply discovered that the new Note 5 no longer suffered from this design problem, and that now simply allow you to make the S Pen if it is incorrectly entered, without breaking the recognition sensor. Continue reading Samsung solves the problem with the S-Pen introduced upside down
Google and LG may have landed with the Nexus and Nexus 5X 6P a surprise hit – the reviews in tech magazines are almost entirely thrilled. So also the test of our colleague Nicole Lee of Engadget US: For only $ 380 (for the 16 GB version), she writes, you get a surprisingly good phone for outstanding price / performance ratio. Continue reading Nexus 5X in Review: Cheaper, smaller, better
The technically astute people at PC Advisor recently published an article titled 15 best smartwatches 2015 UK: The best wearable tech you can buy right now. They are certainly to be commended, not only for their commitment to providing useful, objective technical information and analyses, but also for their subtlety in acknowledging that the product type is in its infancy, and offers more in the way of future promise than present utility. Continue reading The Best Smart Watch in the World
In the times when everyone really has become quite dependent on the web having a Smartphone has become the need of the hour. You will hardly find someone who doesn’t carry a Smartphone. But still, some elderly people in countries like India might be beginners and for them certain terms like Smartphone, Continue reading 4 Affordable Smartphones for the beginners
Gadgets are an inseparable part of our lifestyle. We need a constant companion to help us complete our many tasks on the go and that constant companion is the ‘tablet’. Given below are a few tablets that are considered to be the best and their specifications: Continue reading Tablets That Makes Working Great Fun
Sony unveils its new smartphone in Japan, Sony said the Xperia Z4 would be available in Japan around the middle of the year, though it did not provide a launch date, details on carrier partners or price. The handset would be available in four colours and was slightly thinner than the previous Z3. Continue reading Sony unveils new Xperia smartphone
As to be expected, HTC has just unveiled the one M9. The new smartphone comes in just two weeks on March 31 in the trade and 749 euros, is equipped with a Snapdragon 810 comes with up to 3 GB RAM and running Android, sense 7, 5.0, the latest version of HTC’s Android skin. The 5 “display has a 1080 p resolution.
For the new flagship phone HTC dispenses with the UltraPixel camera on the back and relies on a “traditional” sensor that resolves with 20 megapixels, allows 4K-Videoaufnahme and with a f/2.2 and good shots promises a 27, 8 mm lens. The UltraPixel camera moves to the front of the Smartphone. Continue reading This is the HTC one M9 (Hands-On, video, prizes)
Yet another project is graduating from experiment to proper part of Google. Only two weeks ago, Glass left the confines of the Skunk Works-like Google X and became its own division headed up by Nest co-founder Tony Fadell. Now Project Tango, the 3D-sensing and -mapping concept, is moving on from the ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) labs to become a part of the company proper. Unfortunately what that means for the technology or what products it might eventually end up in isn’t exactly clear. Will the next Nexus sport a depth-sensing IR camera? Maybe. Or perhaps they’ll be used to build more advanced home automation and home monitoring tools for Nest. All we do know is that Tango will live on, even if the name “Project Tango” eventually fades away.
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Rumors accumulate around the Galaxy S6 and begin to seriously diverge. We would now have right to a single model which both sides would be curved.
Two Galaxy S6, including an Edge version? Actually no, if we are to believe the sources described as “reliable” the Italian HDblog site which has already had some information in preview in the past.
The “Edge” of the future flaship would actually be the only model presented by Samsung. Unlike Galaxy Note Edge, both sides of the smartphone would be curved, but less clearly on the Edge Note to not assign the holding in hand of the machine explains the site. The thing would more suit both right-handed and left-handed people. Continue reading The New Samsung Galaxy S6: both sides would be curved
The first action of Ricoh camera will unnoticed with his “all-terrain” look. If it is maybe a little bit more cumbersome than some models of the market (42.5 mm high 66.5 mm wide and 89.5 mm thick), it must be said that it has its own built-in color LCD and it is also waterproof to 10 m (standard IPX8), resists shocks up to 2 metres, dust, and temperatures down to-10 degreesall without any Cabinet. This explains somewhat why it is slightly more massive. Continue reading Photokina 2014 – Ricoh launches into the Cam Action with the WG – M1