Samsung Preparing Galaxy Pocket Neo for Mid-May Launch

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According to reports from SamMobile and GSMArena, Samsung is not just putting all of its efforts in perfecting the next generation of Galaxy S phone, Galaxy S4. It is also working for a new entry-level Android phone dubbed as Galaxy Pocket Neo. Continue reading


And the Whole World Wait for Sir Galaxy the Fourth

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The whole world has come to a standstill. Those who are willing to see the 2013 generation of smartphone including those who surely cannot afford to buy it are holding their breath as the day March 14 approaches. Sir Galaxy the Fourth will set foot in public for the first time ever in history, making tons of buzz around the web and print media world.

Did you make note when I wrote “the 2013 generation of smartphone?” How do you define when a generation starts and ends? Well, when it comes to human generation (culture, etc) you can’t obviously say. But when it comes to smartphone generation, you can take a look back and do the obvious math.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Might Scroll Based on Eye Movement, Another Step-Forward to Making Human Lazier?

samsung galaxy s4The New York Times’ Bits Blog has recently posted an article noting an unanimous source from Samsung that its upcoming wonder, Samsung Galaxy S4, may feature an intelligent eye-sensing scrolling option. If it’s true, you will no longer have to scroll down when reading a PDF or a web article on your S4. Continue reading

Google Afraid as Samsung’s Share in Android Market Grows

Ask these questions: Who makes all the popular Android phones? Who puts the most marketing efforts in popularizing Android against Windows Phone and iOS? The answer to these questions will be simple: Samsung. Google is happy at Samsung for doing the most promotion of its Android operating system.

But there’s another question that makes Google unhappy. Who dominates the Android market with over 40% market share? It’s Samsung. And Google is afraid that this may cause Google lose its profit. Continue reading

Google Releases Wireless Charger for Nexus 4, But is it Really a Wireless Charger?

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Google recently released a wireless charger for its Nexus 4 device manufactured by LG. This little wireless charger looks cute and somewhat affordable. But it doesn’t work the way you’d expect a wireless charger to.

When I think about wireless charger, I expect some system that will charge the phone even when it’s in my pocket. But the Nexus 4 charger does not work that way. It is a little charger, sized less than a tennis ball, where the Nexus 4 has to be placed on. Once the Nexus 4 is on top of it, it will start charging.

Google says it will take about 4 hours for a fully drained Nexus 4 to be fully charged. It’s available via Google Play store for a price tag of $59.

Do you think it’s really a wireless charger? The only thing that’s good about it is that you don’t have to plug in a charger. You still have to put it on the charger. Let us know what you think about this wireless charger which is not so wire-less.

BlackBerry Maker Research-in-Motion (RIM) is now BlackBerry


BlackBerry device maker’s had a rather weird name, Research-in-Motion (RIM). Not weird, if you take the meaning into account. But given the product’s name, the maker’s name is rather odd. The company probably figured that out. And now it’s rebranding itself to BlackBerry.

Canadian company RIM is officially now BlackBerry. This was announced during the official unveiling of BlackBerry 10, the company’s hard effort in surviving in the current smartphone industry.

CEO Thorsten Heins informed the audience in New York event that the company will now be called BlackBerry instead of RIM. Emphasizing on the fact that their main focus is now BlackBerry 10, CEO said, “It is one brand, it is one promise. From today on, we are BlackBerry everywhere in the world.

As iPhone continued to rise as the “real” smartphone, the rise of Android gave it a break and took more than 50% share of all smartphone industry. In this battle between iOS and Android, where Windows Phone is a relatively new player, the once luxurious and glorious BlackBerry was kind of lost. RIM, or now BlackBerry, hopes to make a strong comeback with its BlackBerry 10 operating system.

Now that the OS is finally here, we’ll get to see how good BlackBerry 10 really is.