A prototype of the upcoming iPad has suggested that the fifth generation tablet would sport an iPad mini-like design. Shortly after, more leaked images of the alleged back casing of the iPad 5 had also confirmed that the iPad 5 would resemble the existing iPad mini.
Now, we have couple of images, showing the next generation iPad sitting next to its predecessor. Those align nicely with previous rumors, giving even more credibility to those slimmer bezels. Read more »
Apple introduced its newest version of Mac operating system – OS X Mavericks in its WWDC 2013. Ever since then, it is one of the most highly anticipated updates, for the fact that it brings improved power efficiency, multiple screens and a few other cool software tweaks.
Back at the event, Apple did not announce the availability of the consumer version of its latest operating system, but now, a report from AllThingsD, suggests that the upgrades might be arriving in the month of October. Read more »
The launch of Fuji X-A1 mirrorless camera might just be around the corner as the official press images along with the release info have been leaked.
The upcoming mirrorless camera is said to be built around the FUJIFILM X series camera. The X-A1 will feature an interchangeable lens design, a large senor and the APS-C CMOS EXR processor. Read more »
Microsoft’s first Surface tablet proved to be a rather expensive failure, but the Redmond company is undeterred and is rumored to be working on three new Surface tablets – Surface 2 (supposedly an RT successor), Surface Pro 2 and Surface Mini.
Little is known about the new Windows RT-running Surface 2, but the Surface Pro 2 will reportedly look pretty much the same as the current generation, just with a “refined” kickstand. Read more »
We all know that Nvidia is working on a Tegra 4 powered tablet and as a matter of fact we even had a glimpse of the slate, courtesy of a leaked image. Now, we have more images of the tablet and this time, the leak shows us the complete design of the slate.
The latest leak comes from a Chinese site, which has managed to get its hands on the yet-to-be announced tablet. Read more »
The much-awaited third-generation Samsung Galaxy Note phablet will be officially announced in the next couple of hours. However, that does not stop the leaks coming in, and we now have the first S Orb photo sample from the Galaxy Note III’s camera.
The image comes from the Galaxy Note III with the model number SM-N900T (T-Mobile variant). It looks like S Orb is a special app that allows you to take 360 degree panorama shots from your Galaxy Note phablet. Read more »
Sony isn’t doing a great job of keeping those QX cameras secret – the press release for them plus the complete specifications have leaked, including pricing, and it’s still hours before the announcement event even starts. And yesterday we saw the promo video, too.
Most of the specs we’ve seen already, but there are questions regarding video recording and dimensions that had so far gone unanswered. And by the way, just for the record, the QX10 and QX100 are called “lens-style cameras”. Read more »
Sony’s QX detachable lens modules should be unveiled tomorrow at the company’s IFA event, but what they look like will not be a surprise – with today’s leak, virtually all press images of both models have leaked.
Besides looks, the images give out some of the vital specs and reveal a new way to attach the module to an Xperia Z1 (Honami). Read more »
We’ve already heard twice that Samsung is working on a 12.2″ tablet. Back in June the Korean site ETNews revealed that such device is on the way. Then in July the popular tipster evleaks tweeted about a Samsung SM-P900 12.2-inch slate running on Exynos 5 Octa chipset and having a 2560 x 1600 pixel screen.
Today we get to see the first render of this SM-P900 tablet, which is supposed to be dubbed Galaxy Note 12.2. Read more »
Apple’s iWatch is one of the most hotly anticipated gadgets, especially after reports that Samsung will be launching its Galaxy Gear smartwatch next week. However, according to the latest gossip, Apple’s iWatch is not coming anytime soon and is expected to launch only in the second half of 2014.
According to an analyst at CIMB Group, 60% of Apple’s iWatch orders are expected to be manufactured by Invetec, the Taiwan-based ODM. The deal is expected to generate about 19% of Invetec’s profits in the coming year. Read more »
Sony’s unusual lens-cameras look like eccentric gadgets but early pricing rumors have them priced quite reasonably. They will come in high-end and entry-level options, helping push people who might be on the fence.
The high-end model – the QX100 – will reportedly use the same 1″ sensor and optically stabilized lens with F/1.8 aperture and 3.6x zoom as the Sony RX100M II. Read more »
Samsung seems to be preparing a Kids edition of its Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 slate. The tablet is called Galaxy Tab 3 Kids and will launch this September.
The specs of the customized Tab 3 Kids are identical to those of its vanilla sibling – it comes with a 7″ TFT display with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels, runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and features a 3MP camera, 1GB of RAM and 8GB expandable storage. Read more »
The just-leaked Oppo N1 smartphone made waves last week with a risque ad campaign, revealing it as one of the first smartphones to feature a touch sensitive rear panel.
Now, more details have come to light regarding just what you can do with the rear touch panel, including scrolling through homescreen panes and selecting screen elements. Read more »
We all know that Samsung is working on a smartwatch, which is rumored to be officially showcased at the company’s upcoming Unpacked 2 event in Berlin on September 4. The purported specifications of the gadget were revealed a few days back and now, we have another report that tells us that the Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be available in different color options.
According to a report from SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch will initially ship in White, Orange, Grey and Black hues. Read more »
Sony’s upcoming attachable smartphone lens-camera, the DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 have already appeared in high-resolution images and now we get to see its user manual images and detailed specifications.
According to the user manual images, the QX10 and QX100 will have their own power buttons, microphone, status indicator display, hook for belt, ring control, shutter button, multifunctional jack and a socket to mount the lens on a tripod. Read more »