All That Glitters is Not The New Google Nexus 7: Might Not Be The Deal Breaker!

A question mark hangs over the fate of Google’s upcoming Nexus 7 2, just as anticipation builds up regarding its launch in the market. Considering the leaked rumors surrounding the device, the Nexus 7 2 might not be a breakthrough tab that users would love to splurge on. Coming in competition with Apple’s iPad Mini and iPad Mini 2, Google will have to roll out the Nexus 7 2 with powerful specifications to make its device outshine the former. Running a 1.5GHz Snapdragon 600 processor, the Nexus 7 2 is expected to hold 2GB of RAM with in-built storage of up to 32GB. The device is expected to come in 16GB and 32GB variants so the storage space is limited. Its rivals such as Apple offer 64GB of storage space in iPad Mini and 128GB in the iPad. This 7-inch tab will roll out with a 1,980 x 1,200 display [+more]

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After Apple iPhone 6: Apple & Samsung May Join Hands to Make A9 Chip in 2015

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In a recent report surrounding Apple and Samsung, the speculations indicate towards a deal the two companies signed to manufacture A-series chips for the former’s iOS devices. The agreement will particularly cover A9 chips based on a 14-nanometer process node, opening in 2015. However, the news follows Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) report, authenticating the deal it signed with the Cupertino Calif.-based firm to make A-series chips next year. This three-year deal is reported to cover Apple’s future A8, A9 and A9X chips. Certain reports hint at Samsung being Apple’s primary supplier during the next year as TSMC has increased its production process. Nevertheless, fact whether Apple’s A9 chips will be produced by TSMC or Samsung stays unclear. Considering the rivalry and competition, it looks like Apple  after the release of Apple iPhone 6 doesn’t want to stay reliant on Samsung as its component supplier. With partnerships with both TSMC as [+more]

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Unleash The Potential of Your Samsung Galaxy S3: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Update On Verge

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    Samsung Galaxy S3 users! Wait no longer. As per the latest report, this July will make way for the updated version of the much-awaited Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software for your S3 smartphone. Installing this update on your S3 device, you will not only enjoy a faster processor but will also get a plethora of features introduced in the Galaxy S4 such as Smart Scroll and Smart Pause. The updated version on the S3 will provide users with a new lockscreen, various camera features, latest S-Voice along with new voice controls. However, wait might get a little longer for those in the U.S. as reports indicate that carriers in the country might be the last ones to slot in the update. Considering the past, Sprint has proved itself to be the fastest carrier to push Android updates on Android-powered devices. Nevertheless, for those who can’t wait for the [+more]

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Google Nexus 5 Vs Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Apple iPhone 5: Reasons to But Google Nexus 5

While Google Nexus 10 2 rumors have taken a thrashed backset and chances are that the tab may never surface

  As per the latest speculation going around in the rumor mill, Google is in plans to unveil its upcoming Nexus 5 in October, almost a year after Nexus 4. Apparently, Google is also planning to unveil the forthcoming Android 5.0 software. Interestingly, Google Play Store has stopped the sale of white version of the Nexus 4, where it’s listed as “no longer available for sale”. As per speculations, the Nexus 5 will hold a 5-inch full-HD (1920 x 1080) display with pixel density of 440ppi. Expected to sport NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, the smartphone will house 2GB of RAM with 8/16GB of internal storage. Along with a 13-megapixel auto-focus rear camera with LED flash, the Nexus 5 will sport a 3-megapixel camera at the front. Other rumoured specs include Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 with 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal memory choices. The Nexus 5 might also house a 3300mAh [+more]

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Microsoft Windows 8.1 Official: The Near Final Version is Out to Bask In Glory

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By August end, Microsoft is planning to take out a ‘near final’ RTM version of Windows 8.1 for its PC and tablet partners. The news was announced at the firm’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Houston, Texas by Tami Reller, Windows CMO and CFO, Microsoft. As per reported in Windows blog, Reller announced that “Windows 8.1 RTM will be available for OEM partners in late August”. She also disclosed that some of the Windows-powered devices will be shipped in the holiday season with this updated Windows 8.1 software. However, Reller didn’t spill the beans on as to when consumers will get hold of the updated software. Considering Microsoft’s previous track record, we should expect the software to reach consumers by October. At WPC, Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft said, “Windows has always been more a device than a piece of software; it defined a class of device called the PC”. [+more]

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Apple iPhone 5S: To Steal The ‘S’ Mark From The Bestseller Phone Samsung Galaxy S4?

A new day, a new rumor. As per the latest breeze in Apple’s den, the firm’s upcoming iPhone5S will roll out with the same design as its predecessor but will reportedly hold a ‘S’ mark. Expected to launch two new smartphones in September, the web is crammed with anticipated specifications and images of Apple’s iPhone 5S and low-cost iPhone. The speculations hint towards a built-in fingerprint scanner in the devices. Apple likes to surprise its users with new features and innovation. The iPhone 5S is expected to roll out with a twist in design. Anticipated to hold a 13-megapixel camera, Apple, we hear might include a dual-LED flash and LTE-Advanced, a 4G LTE radio. Considering the leaked mages, the iPhone 5S will carry an aluminum frame with a 4-inch 326ppi (pixels per inch) 1,136 x 640 Retina Display. Apple might include an updated processor in its forthcoming device, launching it [+more]

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The Sinfully Delicious Trailer of Grand Theft Auto 5: Comes Yet Again To Bring You At The Edge of Your Seat

For those obsessing in the world of gaming, the Grand Theft Auto games have always been exciting and thrilling. Engaging players in their world of sandbox, Rockstar Games is all set to release the Grand Theft Auto V games, with as said by Chris Baker, “surprising narrative richness”. With a thrill of crime and chase, the edition comes five years after its predecessor. The gaming company has also taken out a five-minute trailer for the Grand Theft Auto, which shows the game to be bigger and involving. With bright and clear graphics, the Grand Theft Auto V plunges players into the world of country side with intact wilderness, beaches and backwoods, the inspiring and the absurd. Based around three protagonists, the game allows users to switch players at will. It includes Michael, the bank robber-cum-family man; Franklin, the street-smart hustler; and Trevor, who looks like a very angry person. Players can plan, [+more]

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A Welcome Attempt for The Next Version? Nexus 7 Put Up At Huge Discounts At Staples!

Available in a limited period offer until July 13th, Staples has displayed the 16GB and 32GB variants of the Nexus 7 at a discounted rate of $179 and $199. Sporting a 7-inch screen, the Nexus 7 holds 1280 x 800 pixel resolution with 216 pixels per inch (ppi). Holding 1GB of RAM, the device packs a 1.3GHz quad-core processor. With Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, the tablet runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The discounts seem to be an attempt to make way for the arrival of the second-generation Google Nexus 7 tablet. The current Nexus 7 was announced in June 2012 and released in July. A year later, Staples is hoping to clear out the stock in anticipation of the next version. However, the move might be an attempt by Staples to attract more customers. Nevertheless, the discounts are attractive, considering the cost of devices at Google Play Store that’s $199.99 [+more]

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Apple Turf: Design of Llow-Cost iPhone5S- An All Time High Expectation

Speculations and expectations are always high when Apple plans to launch new additions and this time techie world is full of leaks, reports and images about the low-cost iPhone along with the iPhone 5S and iOS 7. Numerous reports have been doing rounds about the low-cost iPhone and Apple’s focus on mid-range smartphone market.  The multiple colors of the iPhone with their alluring price tag would force consumers to consider the same over similarly priced Android smartphones. According to a new report, the new iPhone is made up of plastic with a polycarbonate material for its case similar to the casing of Nokia’s Lumia smartphones. It will sport a 4-inch display with no confirmation of Retina Display. The design of the same is expected to be similar to the original iPod where a second microphone has been added to the device and is right next to the headphone port. The [+more]

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Microsoft Surface RT Vs Asus Transformer Pad Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8: In Pursuit of Memory Expansion

There are so many innovative tablets in the market, but the dust still has to settle. While top players such as iPad or Nexus offer the best innovation, what they lack is the addition of a memory card slot with expandable storage. To enjoy the best user experience, we have listed down some of the top tablets on the shelves, designed with memory card slots. Microsoft Surface RT Sitting at 10.6-inch, the Surface RT is designed to hold a microSD card up to 64GB. The USB port of this tab can also be used as an external storage option using a flash drive. Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 Running Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean update, the 10-inch TF700 tab rolls out with 1,920 x 1,200-pixel screen resolution, holding a microSD expansion slot that supports up to 64GB. Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ Costing $149, the Nook HD+ tab houses a microSD [+more]

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