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Google phone

Mark Peters : 2009-11-23 13:30:00
Google Android Handset to be released soon? : A Google phone; it sounds so logical that it is in fact odd a phone with this name does not yet officially exist. On the other hand, Google has always insisted that software and related services are its core business, and has claimed it simply does not see launching a Google phone onto the market as a valid option. However, rumors are growing stronger by the minute, and the most recent information seems to point more and more towards an imminent introduction of the first Google mobile phone. This phone, if it indeed appears, will be launched onto the market under the Google brand name, and according to the latest information, this is supposed to happen around the summer of 2010.


Apple iPhone Nano

Mark Peters : 2009-11-13 23:10:41
New and small iPhone nano to be announced at CES 2010? : One of those persistent rumors that keeps popping up, is about the development of a smaller iPhone 3Gs, also called Apple iPhone Nano. Perhaps an iPhone Nano is simply the most desired item, and we can certainly imagine why. The iPhone 3GS has had a major impact on the development of new phones, and has at the same time also influenced the creative minds of the developers that tend to stay in the background. We can certainly see potential for a small iPhone Nano, although a smaller screen does require appropriate adjustments. The latest rumors report the development of an Apple iPhone Nano with a 2.8-inch screen.


New iPhone?

Mark Peters : 2009-11-11 12:30:00
New Apple iPhone to see daylight around Christmas? : Apple is booming: whether it's an iPod MP3 player or an iMac computer, each Apple product is bit mystical. Such is the Apple iPhone, which is in fact just a regular cell phone. Only the rumor that they are working on a basic model iPhone, the iPhone 3Gs 8GB, is stirring things up again. It must be the fault of the Android mobile phone, which is coming from a manufacturer whose existence often appears to be hanging on a thin thread. The Motorola MILESTONE Android phone, or otherwise known as the Motorola DROID, could create fierce competition, especially in the lowest segment of today’s mobile phone market.


Apple iPhone 4G

Mark Peters : 2009-11-08 13:00:00
Apple iPhone 4G with built-in RIFD reader? : The Apple iPhone 3GS has only recently become available, but the first rumors about a new iPhone (iPhone 4G?) are already flooding the internet. According to the rumors and a well-informed source, according to himself, Apple is testing a prototype iPhone with built-in RIFD reader. For those not familiar with RFID; this is a technology to store and read information from a distance of so-called RFID tags, which are found in or on objects. In practice, you come across these on a daily base in the form of detection gates in shops. But why would an Apple iPhone 4G be equipped with RFID, and what could a possible functionality of RFID be?


Verizon Saygus Android phone

Mark Peters : 2009-11-06 13:50:00
Verizon Saygus Android phone listed at FCC : Quite a number of Android phones are in the pipeline. Also at Verizon; last month’s rumor had it, that a new Android mobile phone would be included in Verizon's range of phones. Yet this time, no famous phone brand would be involved, but instead, it would be one of the small players in the communications market. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) leaked information about a Saygus VPhone V1. Our initial reaction, imagining it to be a simple phone, seems logical, however, the cell phone specifications are quite considerable for this unknown Android phone. The question as to whether Verizon will fully adopt Android, still remains unanswered.


JVC to buy Pentax?

Mark Peters : 2009-11-05 05:00:00
JVC Kenwood Holdings to buy Pentax Camera Division? : Where there is smoke, most of the time there is also a fire. An article in an apparent economic newspaper from Japan claims to have information about the possible sale of the Pentax camera division by the Hoya Corporation to… JVC Kenwood Holdings. Now let that be a surprise, granted when the information is actually true. What we find remarkable is the official reaction that Hoya very quickly gave with the announcement that the aforementioned article was not based on fact. If it speculative or not, in all appearances there is something brewing at the Pentax camera division. A few days ago the CEO of Hoya, Hiroshi Yamada, commented in a certain direction.


Pentax camera division merging with Samsung?

Mark Peters : 2009-11-03 11:40:00
Pentax digital camera division merging with Samsung? : In the past, camera manufacturers like Fujifilm, Pentax, etc. dominated the international photo business. It was virtually unthinkable that electronic manufacturers could make the leap and claim a market share. However, the digital picture era changed all of this. Various camera brands experienced great difficulty in making the switch from analogue to digital, with Kodak being the biggest example. Pentax is also one of the manufacturers that seems unable to claim a significant market share. It is not the products that are to blame, the Pentax DSLR cameras are mostly welcomed warmly by the trade press. Is there a partnership coming up?


Samsung Hybrid camera

Mark Peters : 2009-11-02 17:00:00
New Samsung Hybrid camera system to be released soon : If you still remember Samsung making a statement following the announcement of the Micro Four Thirds system, you will likely have to dig into your memory a little bit. It was around the time of the IFA show 2008 in Berlin, where Samsung's Techwin Executive Vice President Byung Woo Lee told the world about a new APS-C camera system. At that time, there was talk of a 14 megapixel CMOS APS-C sensor and a possible release in the spring of 2010. We have now been informed that this release date has been advanced to December 2009. The Samsung NX10, as the first camera of the Samsung hybrid camera system is called, is likely to be formally introduced at that time.






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