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Δημοσίευσηαπό Shepard » 05 Ιουν 2013, 11:26

Microsoft to bundle Office 2013 in "small" Windows 8 tablets for free

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Aside from announcing that Outlook 2013 will be coming to Windows RT 8.1 later this year, Microsoft has revealed at Computex 2013 that all new "small" x86 tablets running Windows 8 will come with basic Office 2013 apps for free. Tami Reller at Microsoft's keynote said that Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote would be bundled on new 7- and 8-inch Windows 8 tablets, but didn't provide any other details.

This follows with what we've seen in recent tablet launches, such as the 8-inch Acer Iconia W3, which comes with a free copy of Office 2013 installed out of the box. Expect more information about Windows 8 and the inclusion of these Office 2013 apps at BUILD 2013, Microsoft's developer event scheduled for later this month.
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Δημοσίευσηαπό Shepard » 05 Ιουν 2013, 18:28

Toshiba's Excite Tablets hands-on | Engadget at Computex 2013


Could three times be a charm for Toshiba? After striking out with its "Thrive" Android tablets and then coming up a bit short with the "Excite" line, the company is completely scrapping its tablet lineup and replacing it with three new models.

Is this Nokia's 41-megapixel 'EOS' Windows Phone?

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Nokia is preparing a Windows Phone version of its 808 PureView, and early prototypes of the device appear to have made their way into the wild. Designed as Nokia's next major flagship with a 41-megapixel camera, and codenamed EOS, a device that appears to resemble a Lumia with a large camera sensor has appeared at Chinese site WPDang. The pictures show the rear shell housing of a potential Lumia, with a yellow design and what looks like Nokia's typical polycarbonate body.

It's hard to say whether the photos are genuine, but leaked photos of Nokia's Lumia 925 emerged in similar circumstances ahead of its launch. The rear of the alleged EOS includes what looks like inserts for an attachable wireless charging-enabled cover. Nokia recently launched its Lumia 925 with an aluminum body, but the company also teased "a great summer of announcements." The Verge understands Nokia's upcoming EOS Lumia will arrive on AT&T and sources have revealed the company will likely hold a launch event in July.

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HTC One mini revealed in leaked photos – is this the perfect Android phone?

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BGR reviewed the HTC One in April and called it the closest thing the world has ever seen to a no-compromise smartphone. Among our minor quibbles was the fact that the phone is definitely on the larger side of manageable, though this is certainly a highlight for many phablet-obsessed users. If you’re like us and would have preferred that the One be a bit smaller, it looks like HTC is about to launch the perfect Android phone for you. Estonian gadget blog Delfi on Wednesday published photos of the upcoming HTC One mini, and it looks fantastic.

The One mini appears to pack everything its larger variant does, but with slightly less punch — and slightly less bulk. Rumored specs include a 4.3-inch 720p display, a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 4-megapixel UltraPixel camera and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with HTC’s Sense 5 software.

Delfi’s unnamed source says the phone will launch in August in Europe with a €400 full retail price, but there’s no word yet on U.S. release details.

Additional photos of the HTC One mini follow below.

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The Galaxy S4 Active Is An Outdoor-Friendly Addition To Samsung’s Flagship Phone Family

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After unboxing last week’s Galaxy S4 Mini, Samsung is keeping the pedal pressed to the metal by announcing another new launch variant of its current flagship smartphone — this time aimed at users who want their device to be made of slightly tougher stuff. Iterating its portfolio in this way is how Samsung squeezes the competition by making it harder for them to differentiate on price, size or special features like water-resistance. Sorry Sony.

The Galaxy S4 Active is being badged as a phone for outdoorsy types — hence it’s dust and water resistent to IP67 (one below the highest possible rating) and has a fully sealed design. This means it can be submerged in water one meter deep for up to 30 minutes, so great for dropping in puddles and streams, not so great for dropping when you’re scuba diving.

Although Samsung’s marketing material makes it sounds like a rugged phone, there’s no specific mention of impact resistance or especially toughened glass in the specs — so if you’re after a phone to take to work on a construction site you’re probably better off with one of these bad boys (having seen my TC colleague Chris Velazco do his best but fail to crack the CAT B15′s will by throwing it at some fake rocks). The thing is, truly rugged phones are necessarily chunky so there is always a trade off.

With the S4 Active you’re getting flagship smartphone power and looks in a slightly less fragile package than usual but not one that looks like it belongs on a building site. The S4 Active is 9.1mm thick and 151g heavy vs the S4′s 7.9mm and 130g. So, basically the S4 Active is a phone for Samsung fans who don’t want to have to worry about taking their expensive phone to the beach. Aside from its sealed design, the one notable hardware design change on the Active vs the S4 is the single home button being replaced by three physical keys: menu, home and back.

Under the hood, the Active has a 1.9GHz Quad-Core Processor, plus the same 2,600mAh battery as the S4. The 5.0’’ Full HD TFT LCD screen includes what Samsung calls its ‘Glove Touch’ feature, meaning it can be operated while wearing gloves — a trick the company appears to have borrowed from Nokia.

On the S4 Active’s rear is an 8 megapixel camera (the S4 has a 13MP lens) to which Samsung has added a new software mode — called Aqua Mode — to improve the clarity of underwater photography and video. The camera’s LED flash is also co-opted into acting as a torch via the shortcut of long pressing on the volume key. So handy if you’re trying to stumble back to your tent in the dark.

Other software features include ‘S Travel (Trip Advisor)’ – which offers “travel assistance, local information, and recommendations” — plus Samsung’s ‘S Translator’ software for text or voice translation.

The S4 Active will go on sale this summer, initially in the U.S. and Sweden. Pricing has not been confirmed — nor has specific market availability for the three colour options: grey, blue and orange.

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Δημοσίευσηαπό Shepard » 07 Ιουν 2013, 17:45

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active hands-on
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Δημοσίευσηαπό vasko » 25 Αύγ 2013, 13:49

lumia 1020 ισως το τσιμπησω!
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Δημοσίευσηαπό ckastam » 29 Αύγ 2013, 01:01

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