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Google, the top name in internet search functionality, and Samsung, the world’s number one television manufacturer, have combined forces to produce and release a line of Google TVs. Although Samsung has publicly announced that the final signatures on the deal with Google have not yet been added to the contract, all signs indicate that everything [...]
With the release of the iPad2 last week in San Francisco, many competitors are getting worried. Just one year before, Apple introduced the iPad on the market and has seen unprecedented growth, selling over 15 million units. It is not even a question of whether iPad dominates the tablet market. This is obvious, being that [...]
After the Xoom’s success at the Consumer Electronics Show, Motorola is planning to ship around 800,000 of the tablets between February and March of this year. The tablet will come in a few different color schemes and will ship up to 1 million if the demand is there.
After the April release of Apple’s iPad, and the following release of Samsung’s Galaxy, Consumer Electronics Show attendees are anticipating a huge showing of tablets at this year’s event. Some are even speculating over 100 new tablets will be debuted, including one from Blackberry manufacturer RIM and a highly anticipated tablet from Motorola. This is [...]
The Samsung Galaxy, created by Korean based Samsung, is the firms’ latest offering in the Smartphone niche. Its clean design, oversized screen and technology offerings mean it is on course to compete with iPhone 4 by Apple – arguably the most popular of all the smart phones. With cutting edge technology and a beautiful design that includes a curved back, the Samsung Galaxy may very well have the iPhone beat. Its four-inch screen is definitely bigger than the iPhone’s.
In February, Samsung revealed the first solar powered touch-screen Smartphone made of recycled plastic water bottles. Not only is the phone and its charger made from recycled materials, but it has a solar panel in the back of the handset cutting down the time you will need to actually plug the phone in to an outlet to charge. Even the packaging for the phone is made of recycled paper; just in case you were wondering. There are tons of articles about the phone on the internet, but I was interested in noting who will use this phone and the reactions of consumers to this new product.
My phone has been acting up lately. I don’t have a Smartphone, but desperately need to get one. I am stuck with a Samsung tailored to Metro PCS, and not a very good one at that. You can’t really beat the unlimited service and amazing prices, but I think it’s time for a change. I have stuck to my guns long enough now. I use to think that the phone craze would die out so I neglected to spend big on a cell phone. This was probably due to the fact that I am sort of anti-trend, and that my average phone life was less than 3 months. In spite of all this, I am extremely tempted to get the new iPhone 3Gs.