Archive for June, 2013

Samsung ATIV Q is a hybrid tablet that runs both Android 4.2.2 and Windows 8 -

The event was organized by Samsung yesterday has naturally helped to highlight the flavors of the Galaxy S4 (Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Active), followed ATIV products running Windows 8. The ATIV Q is one of these new products, however, is distinguished by its dual-boot nature, that is to say, running two operating systems at once. The ATIV Q actually running Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2. Continue reading

The best dual-SIM Android Smartphones (dual SIM)

The builders of the time begin increasingly to turn to the dual SIM (dual SIM) to conquer the heart of users worldwide hyper-saturated with smartphones. A practice that has emerged in China with Chinese low-end mobile and counterfeiting. However, it seems that having two numbers starts to become increasingly commonplace nowadays, pushing giants Smartphone to offer products with dual SIM entry. Thus, it may be helpful to lc Continue reading


For evidence, look no further than Apple Inc.’s effort to find a company other than ferocious rival Samsung Electronics Co. to make the sophisticated chip brains used in Apple’s iPads and iPhones. This month, after years of technical delays, Apple finally signed a deal with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. 2330.TW +6.22% to make some of the chips starting in 2014, according to a TSMC executive. The process had been beset by glitches preventing the chips from meeting Apple’s speed and power standards, TSMC officials said. Continue reading

Apple promised us a software-rich WWDC this year, and the company delivered. While iOS 7 looks set to be the biggest change in the company’s mobile offering since the original iPhone, OS X Mavericks teased the latest refinements to Apple’s desktop platform. Not so flashy as iOS 7, perhaps, or as sweeping in its changes, but no less important as Apple continues to join together the dots between its platforms. Continue reading

sony handycam HDR-GWP88

Waterproof, shockproof, dustproof & freezeproof; those are the makings of the Sony HDR-GWP88 Handycam that was launched days ago for the local market. It features 16GB of internal memory and a unique built-in projector. We have one to unbox right now, so read on. Continue reading


The 32LA6200 is just one of the many smart TVs LG has launched in 2013. The new series is more of a refinement of last year’s smart TVs and we have many of same features making a comeback along with some new ones. Apart from the lower end models, all its TVs now feature an updated dual-core processor for quicker navigation and support for Miracast, Intel WiDi and MHL. Continue reading

Apple surprisingly did not unveil the iPad 5 at WWDC this past month, leaving speculation they would announce the larger tablet at their event in October, alongside the iPad Mini. Continue reading


Game-changer. You hear that term so often being thrown around in relation to this or that smartphone, this or that tablet that it’s essentially lost any meaning and value it ever had. But where does that leave us when a true game-changer comes our way? Continue reading


Earlier this month, Qualcomm announced that its ARM-based chipset, the Snapdragon 800, is coming to Windows RT 8.1 devices, with the first models destined to launch “later this year”. Today, at Microsoft’s BUILD developer conference in San Francisco, we got a very brief look at a development device featuring the new chipset. Continue reading


The DARPA-funded Gazebo simulation software could make robotics accessible to everyone.  Continue reading