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Let the Shootout Begin!

iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S III

While the competition for better smartphones rages on, it seems that the competition for better features also fires up with much intensity. And with it comes the endless improvements for smartphone cameras. Nowadays, a nifty smartphone camera can already replicate the output of a small pocket digital camera or a mid-range SLR camera.

What further bolstered this camera revolution was the rise of digital photography sharing sites like Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and Pinterest. True, it’s now easier to share them as these sites are integrated into most of the mobile OS like Android, iOS, Windows, and etc.

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The Samsung Galaxy 3 Flash

The sum of its parts does not necessarily make a whole. The whole can be divided into parts. Although, we do not delve into the arguments that posit such a confusing streak. In the case of smartphones, the smartphones do not necessarily define its parts. With a smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S3, its accessories can never define the phone’s capability. Accessories are helpful in the use of phones, especially for the Samsung Galaxy S3.

They can lessen the burden or enhance certain available functions at your disposal. If you don’t have money, you can sell Motorola DROID X and buy the S3 with accessories. You should take note that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is newly released. So, its accessories are not as varied compared to other smartphones in the market.

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Tech Giants Team Up to Improve Indoor Navigation

Tech Giants Team Up to Improve Indoor Navigation 

 Tech Giants like Samsung, Sony and Nokia and 19 other companies, wants to improve Indoor Navigation, as they team up to improve indoor positioning and market adoption of related services.

In-Location Alliance, wants to create solutions offering “high accuracy, low power consumption, mobility, ability to implement and usability.”

“The aim of the In-Location Alliance is to act as a pioneer opening up new business streams for indoor environments. Indoor positioning is the next frontier of mobile devices, offering great opportunities to enhance consumer experiences. In practice, since GPS doesn’t work well indoors, this means the alliance members will create pilots for services based primarily on Bluetooth 4.0 as well as Wi-Fi.

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The New Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Tablet Market welcomes the New Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Long wait is over, as a new tablet from the South Korean Tech Company (Samsung Inc.) has been unveiled. Speculations and expectations are set, for it will battle out and will try to overthrow the 2nd Quarter Tablet leader, the Apple iPad 2.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has a feature that iPad 2 doesn’t have, a Pen. Samsung added their so called “S Pen”, sophisticated feature that can act as if it were a computer mouse, a touch of personalization. (Click here to View Original Article)

Samsung Turns Tide Against Apple

Samsung Turns Tide against Apple

Pinch to Zoom Patent

When it comes to Patent litigation Apple always seems to have the better arguments and the right reason to file a lawsuit against any competitor. And,  Samsung is the best Opponent that they ever have, both were fully engaged in patent wars on several fronts since April 2011.

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Apple and Samsung Design Similarities


 Apple and Samsung Design Similarities

Last Tuesday, the focal point of Apple and Samsung’s international court dispute shifted to the iPhone’s iconic display as the famous iPhone and iPad maker summoned a     former Apple employee, who is an award-winning graphic designer- to support the claims that Samsung has indeed violated Apple’s patents and copyrights by making its products ‘confusingly similar’ to that of Apple’s gizmos.

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Apple’s $8.8 Billion Profit Increase

Apple’s $8.8 Billion Profit Increase

Some Analysts expected that Apple wouldn’t get good profit for the 2nd quarter, Acknowledging Samsung to lead. Apple has been able to garner an increase of their profit to $8.8 Billion on iPad sales. But Wall Street says fiscal quarter to June Profit was up 20.5 percent amounted only by $9.32 dollars a share, it’s below the consensus forecast of $10.36 dollars a share and even though Revenues rose by 22.5 percent to $35 billion, it was still below that targeted $37 billion.

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The Elitist Phone From Vertu Mansion

The Elitist Phone From Vertu Mansion

Would You Buy an Outrageously Expensive Phone?

History is favorable to Nokia, but presently, the tech firm seems to suffer a cluster of symptoms that suggests its imminent decline from the ranks of the best smartphone manufacturers in the labyrinths of the techosphere. Years ago, Nokia reserved for itself the umbrella term for mobile phones. It has become a household name for almost all users who use cell phones. Granted: In the time of Nokia’s reign, the units were big and heavy beyond words. I can’t even help remembering how a large number of meme-based sites make fun of the heftiness and durability of certain cell phones, especially Nokia 3310.

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