There is nothing quite like a hardware specifications leak to drum up additional interest on a particular device, and it would be on par with that of an image leak, of course. We do know that RIM just afforded themselves a little bit of breathing room with the kind of optimism that surrounds the BlackBerry 10 operating system which is due to be released soon, and one of the more recent leaks would be the BlackBerry Laguna that is headed for Verizon Wireless, where it does seem to be the CDMA version of the BlackBerry London.
The leaked specifications sheet point out that the BlackBerry Laguna will come with a 4.2? display with a rather non-standard 1280 x 768 resolution, which will be accompanied by a rather impressive pixel density of 355ppi. Underneath the hood, you will find a dual-core Krait processor, 1GB RAM, LTE support, dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n with mobile hot-spot and Wi-Fi direct, NFC and a microHDMI port. An 8-megapixel camera that does Full HD video is also thrown into the mix, in addition to 16GB of internal memory and a microSD memory card slot to boot. Drooling already?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: BlackBerry London specifications leaked, BlackBerry 10 has native Facebook app, Twitter and LinkedIn in tow as well,
They say you eat as much with your eyes as with your mouth. Maybe that’s true, but it’s never stopped us from eating things that looked borderline gross after having
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The same thing that happens to any other cellphone, of course! But if there’s one tradition that seems to have held up over the last few years is the filming
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Remember our story just last week on how Iran blocked Google as well as Gmail, while lining up the very real possibility of rolling out their very own domestic Internet system? Well, that kind of move certainly did not win people over in Iran, as complaints from the general public have been nothing short of scathing, as Iran has her fair share of highly educated and tech-savvy population who will definitely not fall in love with browsers that were programmed by in-house (or should we say, in-country) programmers? Not only that, there is also the political and economic fallout to consider when closing off access to hugely popular sites like Gmail.
Hussein Garrousi, a member of a parliamentary committee on industry, said, “Some problems have emerged through the blocking of Gmail.? What did he mean by that? Well, a fair number of lawmakers were apparently angry about missing their emails. Even the press are complaining about their email access, and when you anger the press, nothing good usually comes out of that, right?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Iran blocks Google, prepares domestic Internet system, Google reportedly testing new log-in page that can manage multiple accounts on Gmail,
We have heard of the newly introduced iPhone 5 experiencing Wi-Fi connectivity issues in the past, and it seems that not all is hunky dory from that aspect from everyone. Well, there also seems to be a bug which enabled the iPhone 5 (from Verizon Wireless) to actually consume cellular data even though it is connected to a Wi-Fi network. That does not quite make much sense, does it? Yeah, after giving your head a good scratch, this is the skinny on the situation. It seemed that there is a bug on some iPhone 5 handsets on Verizon Wireless’ network that actually consumed precious cellular data while hooked up to a Wi-Fi network, which would translate to the unnecessary depletion of users’ precious data minutes.
Apple has encouraged Verizon users perform the instructions found here in order to install an update that will fix this bug. Hopefully, for good, too. Are you a Verizon Wireless subscriber with a new iPhone 5 who suffered from this bug, and are peeved about it? For those who have applied the update and performed the necessary, how is your iPhone 5 Wi-Fi experience now?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Verizon enables cellular FaceTime use regardless of data plan, iPhone 5 prank tells it as it is,
So it finally happened. The product above is being made, being sold, is real. We’re sad because it doesn’t look like it’s some kind of joke. These are actual gloves
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Adobe has just announced their Acrobat XI software that comes complete with cloud services, which offers a powerful new solution that includes complete PDF editing and the ability to export to Microsoft PowerPoint; in addition to boasting touch-friendly capabilities on tablets; as well as newly integrated cloud services such as sophisticated Web contracting with Adobe EchoSign and forms creation, data collection and analysis with Adobe FormsCentral.
Not only that, Acrobat XI will also support IT departments with seamless Microsoft Office and SharePoint integration, easy deployment, applications virtualization and robust application security to help provide a low cost of ownership and sound return on investment. Among the products in this particular release include Acrobat XI Pro, Acrobat XI Standard, Adobe Reader XI and newly integrated document services, Adobe FormsCentral and Adobe EchoSign.
Acrobat XI Standard will retail for $299 ($139 upgrade), while Acrobat XI Pro is tipped to cost$449 ($199 upgrade). [Press Release]By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Adobe Acrobat phishing scam surfaces again, Patch For Adobe Flash Player, Reader And Acrobat Vulnerabilities Coming,
The new HP ElitePad 900 is an elegant business tablet running Windows 8 that is easy to repair and offers military-grade durability for drops, vibration, dust, temperature extremes and high altitude.
The 1.5 pounds (680 grams) and 9.2 millimeter thick device provides a good visual experience on its 10.1 inch display (1280×800) with 16:10 aspect ratio that features Corning Gorilla Glass 2. It features a good build quality thanks to its CNC-machined aluminum chassis.
Powered by Intel Atom mobile processor, it features a 8 MP rear camera with LED flash, a 1080p front camera with digital dual array microphones, SRS audio, 64 GB of internal storage, 2 GB RAM and a 2-cell (25 Whr) battery.
To offer enterprise-grade security the ElitePad 900 comes with the following softwares: HP Client Security17: Security Manager, Credential Manager, Password Manager,18 Device Access Manager with Just In Time Authentication, Computrace,13 SpareKey,14 Drive Encryption, HP BIOS Settings.Ubergizmo. Related articles: Windows 8 tablets from Acer and Lenovo arriving in the second half of 2012?, ASUS to debut display swiveling ultrabook in 2012?,
First of all, $450 is a lot of money to shave off of anything. When it’s taken off a $1,300, it’s considered a substantial rebate. In this case, it’s on
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Last week thanks to a rumor, it was suggested that Google could be looking to release a new Nexus tablet, one that will be priced at a very affordable $99. Given that Google and ASUS collaborated on the Nexus 7, the report by Digitimes suggested that this $99 Nexus tablet could be the result of yet another Google and ASUS collaboration. Well if you were looking forward to a super cheap Google tablet, you might be disappointed to learn that ASUS has come forward to Digitimes and denied those rumors. Now Digitimes has had a pretty spotty record when it comes to the rumor mill, landing some pretty accurate ones while coming out swinging with some pretty far out ones as well. We could read more into this denial but for now, it seems that if you wanted a $99 Android tablet, you will have to look elsewhere. In the meantime we will be keeping our eyes out for more next-gen Nexus tablet news so check back with us later for more updates!By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Google Nexus 7 does 720p webcam recording, Nexus 7 3G Variant Coming Soon [Rumor],