Sprint just started to build up their 4G LTE network. Sprint recently announced Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio are expected to have 4G LTE and enhanced 3G...
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While the rest of the world is enjoying Apple?s third-generation iPad, some countries still have yet to get their hands on it, at least in the official capacity. In a press release, Apple revealed that come 20th April, the new iPad will officially go on sale in 12 new countries. These countries include Brunei, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, Panama, St Maarten, Uruguay and Venezuela. If your country is not in the list above, fret not as Apple will continue rolling out the new iPad to an additional 9 countries the week after, 27th April. Include in the list would be Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa and Thailand. Both the WiFi and 4G models will be made available, although given Apple?s spot of trouble over misleading advertising regarding the iPad?s 4G capabilities, the iPads could be marketed differently depending on which country you?re in.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Amplifiear is an elegant way of boosting your iPad's speakers, More iPad mini rumors surface, points at possible Q3 release,
If you?ve always wanted a set of portable Bluetooth speakers that you can daisy chain, you might be interested in taking a look at what Braven has to offer. The company, formerly known as Spar, has announced the Braven Six series of Bluetooth speakers. These are a set of 3 watt stereo speakers that features passive subwoofers, a full duplex microphone, USB ports that can be used to charge devices like phones, a battery life that the company claims will last from anywhere between 14 to 20 hours and 3.5mm audio in and out jacks that will allow users to daisy chain a handful of these speakers for that added kick.
The Braven 600 series will set you back $149 and will last you up to 14 hours on a single charge. The Braven 625s on the other hand will go for a slightly more expensive $179.99 but will feature a 16 hour battery life, a shock-absorbing build and an aluminum grille. The difference in price will also net you a waterproof bag and a USB flashlight. Last but not least is the Braven 650 which will cost you $189.99. That price will net you a set of Bluetooth speakers with a 20 hour battery life and aptX and AAC audio encoding. All three speakers are available for pre-order via Braven?s website and are expected to start shipping in June.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Native's Moshi Bluetooth iPhone dock makes your calls a bit more comfortable, Jabra WAVE ? now in red and with A2DP support,
It looks like the reports were right about Crysis 3 being announced this week. Earlier today, both EA and Crytek officially announced Crysis 3 that appears to be a combination of Crysis 1 and 2 in terms of its settings. For those who have played the Crysis franchise, you might recall that Crysis 1 was set on a tropical island, while Crysis 2 took place in New York City. Crysis 3 has taken both those elements and combined them which has resulted in an re-imagined New York City with a rainforest and swamps. (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Crysis 3 announcement could be happening next week, Rockstar details Max Payne 3's bullet-time feature in new trailer,
The iPad mini might be real. We already reported about an 8 or 7.85-inch iPad in February and in March. Today Kotaku features a report from Chinese site NetEase saying that Apple will release an iPad...
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Enterprise users will no doubt find this patent extremely useful in the workplace, assuming that it ever gets made. Pictured above is a patent filed by RIM some time back that revealed that the company was looking into creating a desktop dock for its Blackberry range of smartphones. Basically what it does is that it would allow users to dock their smartphones in the cradle and will provide users access to their contact list and make phone calls while the external receiver. Assuming that it would allow the device to be charged at the same time, it would be an incredibly convenient accessory that we?re sure enterprise users will be able to appreciate. Unfortunately as is with the case of most patents, it?s hard to say if and when such a device would ever be put into production.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: BlackBerry patent for physically rotatable keyboard filed, BlackBerry Drive trademark application filed,
Apple unveiled today 21 more countries the new 3rd generation iPad will go on sale. In addition to South Korea, the new iPad also will be available beginning on Friday, April 20 in Brunei, Croatia,...
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Samsung Galaxy 3 owners, if you?ve felt that your device?s audio was a bit lacking, there are options available for you guys in terms of ports. For starters you have the Beats Audio port that started making its way onto Android devices after HTC started integrating it into their phones, and now thanks to XDA forum member, D3HuM4NiZ3D, you guys will have the option of porting the Dolby Sound Enhancement drivers over onto your devices.
While it is certainly debatable, we?re sure that many can agree that Beats Audio seems to favor the bass more and could be too bass-y for some users. On the other hand, Dolby reportedly will provide users with a better overall sound quality. If that?s the kind of audio quality that you are going for, then perhaps this mod is for you. Unfortunately it seems that the mod was only tested on CyanogenMod 7, so it is not known if it will play nicely with other mods. In any case if you own a Galaxy 3 with CyanogenMod 7 installed, head on over to the XDA forums for the download and details. Remember, proceed at your own risk and always remember to backup your device!By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Samsung accounts for 1/3 of Android shipments worldwide?, Samsung i5800 Galaxy 3 might be more expensive than expected,
As we just reported a while back, the Samsung Galaxy S III has been officially announced for a launch on May 3rd. That is the only official word about the device but as readers of this article would already know, rumors regarding the device have not been little quantity-wise. Now it seems that we have another source, the OLED Association who ideally has let on a little tit-bit that they believe to be true regarding the display of the upcoming Samsung flagship product.