I guess you could more or less say that this was just looming over the horizon and begging to be revealed to the world, as the Samsung Galaxy Premier has appeared on Twitter thanks to the folks over at @evleaks who more or less burst onto the leak scene with images of the recently announced Windows Phone 8-powered Lumia devices and its accessories. It does seem as though the Galaxy Premier takes after the Galaxy S3 mini in terms of its design scheme, although the sensors are located above the display on the right side of the speaker instead of on the left.
There are whispers going around that the Samsung Galaxy Premier will boast of a 4.65? Super AMOLED Plus display at 720 x 1280 resolution, although this could just be a red herring as Sammobile discovered in a PDF file that the Galaxy Premier could just carry a WVGA display instead. Other hardware specifications include a dual-core 1.5GHz TI OMAP 4470 processor, an 8-megapixel camera, a choice of 8GB or 16GB storage capacities, and a microSD memory card slot. Are you looking forward to an official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Premier?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Samsung Galaxy Premier (I9260) benchmark spotted, Possible Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus and Galaxy Premier GT-I9260 specs revealed,
There are some of us who need our music whenever we sweat things out on the treadmill, or when we are pounding the pavement in preparation for a marathon, while others prefer to avoid music at all times, concentrating more on their breathing and rhythm. MusicalHeart caters to the former crowd, being a music-recommendation engine which will rely on your current heart rate in order to recommend the right kind of songs that are on your playlist. It will require a smartphone app that is hooked up to a special pair of headphones, listening in to your heart rate via the throbbing of arteries in the ear.
Once the current heart rate is determined by the headphones, the app will then pick out a song which matches the wearer?s pre-defined desired intensity level. Should you be performing under the target heart rate, MusicalHeart will pick a song to help increase your tempo, and should you be close to having palpitations, then the app will play a slower song in order to lower it.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Tokai rubber speaker might gross you out, Apple's fifth gen iPod touch lacks an ambient light sensor because it's apparently too thin,
Google Maps can be said to be one of the more comprehensive mapping apps to date regardless of platform, and works best on a computer with the inclusion of Street View that allows you to check out panoramic views of different places worldwide, ranging from the Swiss Alps to the Amazon to Antarctica, in addition to a slew of urban cities, university campuses, ancient ruins and ski resorts among others. This time around, the Google Maps team decided to make Street View more complete by traversing the Grand Canyon with Trekker, the backpack camera which is able to capture 360-degree images.
The Trekker is operator controlled using an Android-powered smartphone, where it will automatically snap photos as one walks, allowing one to gather high-quality imagery from places which can only be accessed by foot. Expect images from the South Rim at Grand Canyon National Park to be up for public viewing in due time.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Google brings panoramic imagery to Street View for Antarctica, Google improves Street View in California, brings panoramic views to five national parks,
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It goes without saying that air support is crucial in any theater of war, whether it is meant to shock and awe the enemy into submission, or to deliver supplies to base camp in the fastest time possible. The thing about planes is, you do need runways to take off and land, but with the new prototype zeppelins that Aeros Corp. is developing on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense, the Pelican, as it is called, will merge the novel idea of an airship and airplane in order to carry cargo across long distances and not having to land on a runway.
The earliest test flights for the Pelican has been scheduled for early 2013, where the developers want to check out whether they are able to fly and control the aircraft. The future will see the Pelican tote around tons of cargo, similar to how current military cargo planes do. Good thing it lands and takes off vertically, and can also remain on the ground when being loaded without the need for tethers, not to mention having the advantage of landing in poor weather. The only drawback would be its inability to travel as fast as your standard airplane though.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: MouSensor Project sees mice trained to be landmine detectors, South Korea looks at suicidal attack drone,
Last week a live action trailer for Halo 4 was revealed and it was directed by none other than Fight Club?s David Fincher. For those who missed it, the trailer basically gave gamers some background information regarding the game?s character, Master Chief. While it was certainly pretty entertaining and kind of epic, it might not be as interesting to those who are more concerned about the gameplay rather than the storyline. Well the good news is that a new trailer for Halo 4 has been released, and this time around it shows some footage from the gameplay which should give gamers an idea of what they might be able to expect from the game when it has been released. So if you?re wondering about the game, check out the gameplay footage in the trailer above. Halo 4 has been pegged for a 6th of November release, so we guess we won?t have to wait much longer to get our hands on the game! Who?s excited?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Halo 4 live action launch trailer directed by David Fincher leaves us wanting more, Halo 4 leaks, Microsoft targets pirates,
Once again the popularity of Angry Birds has resulted in yet another collaboration. This time the collaboration is between Rovio and McDonald?s China which will see a location-based Angry Birds game. Basically what this does is that it allows Angry Birds gamers to unlock a variety of content, such as game modes, stages and power-ups depending on which McDonald?s outlet they are visiting in China. Taking it one step further, players will also be able to vote for their favorite McDonald?s branch in China, and the branch with the most popular votes will see a gigantic slingshot attached to McDonald?s famous golden arches. We?re not sure if we could be seeing such collaborations stateside or elsewhere, but it certainly sounds like a pretty good way of marketing, doesn?t it?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Rovio teases new female Angry Birds character, Original Angry Birds gets updated with additional levels and power-ups,