Galaxy S5 and their Gear wearables and their actual launch in 150 countries on the 11th of April to keep reminding us of all the features that they've packed into the Galaxy S5 as well as how much improved they believe the Gear 2 and Gear Fit to be and today they've released videos 'introducing' the devices again. The first video - Introducing Samsung GALAXY S5 - goes through all the features that were shown off at the Mobile World Congress launch. The... Continue readingSamsung is quite keen to use the intervening time between their announcement of the
Woolworths has made a major investment in moving a lot of its desktop IT needs across to the Chrome platform, and now a NSW Government organisation has also taken the plunge. Fire and Rescue NSW caused a bit of a fuss in November 2012 when it began a rollout of Chrome across its organisation, particularly for use in fire stations (of which there are many) and where there is presumably a... Continue readingIt seems that 2014 might be the year that ChromeOS really takes off in Australian enterprise. We've just recently seen news that
Anyone looking at buying an All New One, will likely consider how HTC handles updates for older phones. Historically, the short answer is 'not well'. Owners of the HTC One X likely still feel the pain of being told that 4.2.2 was the last version of Android the 2012 flagship would ever receive. HTC have committed to at least two years of updates with 2013's phones though, but although Ones throughout the... Continue reading
the 12 minute video leak yesterday there isn't much left to see - except a decently presented review - from the All New HTC One(M8) but HTC is continuing their journey towards their March 25th launch as though that particular leak never happened, this time talking about the Metal Unibody of the HTC One design. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NzNgVIZirDk Our two presenters - the nerd and 'the cool guy' - from the previous teaser are back and this time talking about the path from a block of aircraft grade aluminum alloy to smartphone that each HTC One and indeed the All... Continue readingAfter
As seen above the site lists the Galaxy Tab4 in three screen sizes : 10.1", 8.0" and 7.0", matching the Galaxy Tab3 screen sizes. There's no other information to go on at this stage, so we'll have to wait for an official announcement. The Galaxy Tab3 range was... Continue readingWhen Samsung announced the Galaxy Fit at Mobile World Congress, they advised it would be compatible with at least 20 Galaxy devices and most assumed they were devices already in the Samsung range, but it appears that at least three of those are the yet to be announced Galaxy Tab 4 series.