Bose has always been a leader in the sound system whether it is speaker or the music player and this time the manufacturer has come up with its new Soundlink Wireless Mobile speaker. It’s a portable Bluetooth speaker that can be paired with any device like tablet, laptop, MP3 player or Mobile phone. The petite design of the speaker gives a cool look and its cover is perfectly integrated with the device that can even act as a stand. With resilient audio performance and in-built audio streaming features, this mobile speaker is your ideal companion on the go! On the other hand, Sony has not been able to impress the music lover with its ultra-modern iPod so far. They have now launched the SonyRDP-X500IP Speaker Dock. Unlike the earlier RDP-XF100iP, this Sony product doesn’t have the bass distortion when played at high volume. The sleek and minimal design of the new [+more]
The Tablet Laptop combo of the HP is simply WOW! With Windows 8 and the Android Jelly Bean version, HP has proudly left the Asus transformer way behind. Waiting to be shipped to US in August, UK has to hold patience for this stunning HP combo. This Combo has been called the HP SlateBook x2. With its 10.1 inch thickness and 1921X1200IPS LCD screen it is highly in demand. The lighting fast speed with the 1.8 GHz Nvidia Tegra 4 processor makes the Slatebook super awesome. With the 64 GB on board flash and the 2GB RAM, it also has dual band networking of 802.11 n. That’s not all there is more to the Slatebook X2 they one has ever thought. The clip board has the unit packs for extra battery capacity. Along with it, it also has the USB and HDMI port in the Tablet segment of the Slatebook [+more]
It was indeed true when someone said that with every passing year, technology is getting smaller and cheaper. If it was smartphones and tablets that caught our fancy until last year, 2013 looks all set to take the trend from our palms and onto our wrists with the advent of smartwatches. We’d first heard of Apple coming out with an iWatch, a wristwatch that could do everything that the iPhone could do, except in a smaller package. Not to be too left behind, then came the archrival Samsung announcing its ambitious project in the similar segment. In addition, we’ve been hearing rumors about LG and Google too busy working on their versions of the smartwatch. Oh, and did we mention that Microsoft too is making an Xbox watch? Apple’s iWatch is expected to feature a curved glass surface with fingerprint scanning and possibly even Apple’s very own radio service. Maybe [+more]
More leaked pictures of Samsung Galaxy S4 are coming our way. The most awaited phone of this year (with Samsung already expecting to sold 1000 units) Samsung Galaxy S4 is on its way to get out in open on March 14th.
Wow! Internet has just turned 30 years oldThe most amazing thing which had happened to human race was born on January 1, 1983. Popularly known as the ‘flag day’, on January 1, US Department of Defence (DoD)-commissioned Arpanet network fully switched to use of the Internet protocol suite (IPS) communications syste
The Nexus range is Google’s very own flagship range of Android devices, including smartphones and tablets. And if you’re an avid Android fan, these devices will allow you to enjoy the purest, most basic performance of the world’s most popular smartphone OS. So, which of these devices is the ideal pick for you? Google Nexus 4: The latest Google Nexus smartphone is one of the hottest phones on the market currently. Brought out by LG, unlike its predecessors that were made by Samsung, it packs in quite a punch in an extremely reasonable package. The Nexus 4 sports a 4.7-inch display, is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. It has an 8 MP rear camera and a 1.3 MP one in the front. Pick this up if you’re looking for a powerful smartphone that you can use for gaming, work, multitasking, etc. The unlocked [+more]
The verdict on Apple vs Samsung case is out. US District Judge Lucy Koh has said that there is not enough evidence to suggest that Apple patents infringed by Samsung had affected sales for Apple. Therefore, the judge has rejected Apple’s plea to ban sales of Samsung’s smartphones. Apple has sought a ban on Samsung products based on the verdict of a jury earlier this year that the Korean manufacturer had infringed Apple’s patents. The jury has asked Samsung to pay $1.05bn (£650m) in damages. However, Samsung has challenged the ruling and with the Judge turning down Apple’s request to ban Samsung from selling its smartphones, it is going to be a long haul for Apple. Koh said, “The phones at issue in this case contain a broad range of features, only a small fraction of which are covered by Apple’s patents.”
The ongoing patent war between Samsung and Apple may come to halt. The US District Judge Lucy Koh asked for both the giants to withdraw their weapons and hail peace. The recent developments suggested that the judge would give her decisions in favor of Samsung but it seems the decision is not coming anytime soon. “I think it’s time for global peace,” US District Court Judge Lucy Koh said after legal teams from Apple and Samsung dueled for hours over post-verdict motions in her courtroom in the Silicon Valley city of San Jose. “Let me hear if there is anything the court can do,” she continued. “It would be good for consumers; good for the industry and good for the parties.” In a statement from Samsung Charles Verhoeven, it is clear that South Korean giant was in mood in negotiating with Apple but it was Apple who was not [+more]