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Corning announces the environmentally friendly, high performance Lotus Glass

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With Gorilla Glass already the synonym for high performance and durability in mobile displays, Corning Incorporated announced the next great thing in display glass technology called Lotus Glass. Despite not having as tough a name as its predecessor, Lotus Glass offers higher performance, while being easier on the environment.

Developed to support the latest generation Read more »

The Nokia Lumia 800 vs. Nokia N9, siblings separated at birth [TABLE]

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What we have here is something unheard of before. Two phones with the same body, but extremely different personalities. On the left side we have the freshly announced Nokia Lumia 800, the company’s first Windows Phone 7-running smartphone, and on the right, we have the Nokia N9 – the first, and unfortunately, probably the last MeeGo-running device for the Finnish phone manufacturer.

Now, these two are quite alike on the outside with their unique polycarbonate unibodies (which I’m extremely fond of, I admit) but the hardware on the inside couldn’t be more different. Read more »

Battle of the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 Windows Phone 7 phones [TABLE]

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Stephen Elop announced today the new family of Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 7.5 Mango-running devices, the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.

And now we are going to briefly answer the question you all are asking right now: which one should I go for? And here is the answer. Read more »

[Nokia World 2011] We take the Nokia Lumia 800 8 megapixel camera for a spin, return impressed

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During our hands-on time with the Nokia Lumia 800 at the Nokia World event we managed to put its camera to a test, as well. We returned with a bunch of photos, which we are now about to present for your viewing pleasure.

The image quality is a story of two parts here with the Lumia 800. At pixel level they might not be the most impressive around as the amount of detail and the noise levels are only average. However when downsized for viewing on a computer screen or the phone itself they are really impressive. Read more »

Your MasterCard now lives inside the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Curve 9360

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It seems like the future is happening today, as RIM has announced that the Blackberry Bold 9900 and the Blackberry Curve 9360 are the first ever SIM-totting NFC smartphones to be certified as MasterCard PayPass approved devices.

This means that both Blackberries have met the various security, interoperability and functionality requirements set by MasterCard and can now be used to pay at various NFC enabled stores around the world. The way any MasterCard PayPass-issuing bank globally will be able to connect your MasterCard to your SIM card in either the Bold 9900 or the Curve 9360.

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[Nokia World 2011] Here is an official Nokia Lumia 710 hands-on treatment for you

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Today Nokia announced two Windows Phone-based smartphones – Lumia 800 and Lumia 710. We already saw a bunch of Nokia Lumia 800 promo videos today, so now it’s the Lumia 710 turn now.

It’s a hands-on video from Nokia Conversation YouTube channel. Enjoy! Read more »

[Nokia World 2011] Here are the new Nokia Asha phones, on video

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You can’t blame Nokia for bad organization. The Nokia World keynote went well and the Finish manufacturer has even taken care of posting a rich array of promo videos for their new toys to YouTube. In this case we’ll be focusing on the Asha family of S40 phones.

The videos are short and colorful and showcase each of the key selling points of the new Nokia devices. We’ve naturally compiled them up below for your viewing pleasure. Read more »

[Nokia World 2011] Here, have some Nokia Lumia 800 promo videos to go

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Nokia has just announced the Lumia 800 and 710 Windows Phone-based smartphones. As usual, Nokia has prepared extensive marketing materials on their new devices and video will obviously be an important part of the Lumia advertising campaign.

We are preparing our hands-on articles right now, meanwhile you may enjoy the first Lumia 800 ads. Read more »

HTC and Beats Audio will hold an event in NYC on November 3, we’ll be there

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HTC and Beats Audio are (finally) about to spill the beans on a product of their collaboration in the United States. We have just received our invitation for an event, which is going to take place in New York City on November 3rd.

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GTA V trailer is coming first days of November, the game will put an end to my social life

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Apparently, Rockstar Games, the guys behind the Grand Theft Auto game series have been hard at work at the fifth installment of the phenomenon called GTA.

As a result the developers will be releasing a trailer for the GTA V on November 2 which could possibly show us what to expect from the game. Read more »

It’s official – NVIDIA Tegra 3 coming on November 9, is going to be called Kal-El

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The NVIDIA’s co-founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has confirmed the upcoming quad-core Tegra 3 platform will be officially called Kal-El.

Kal-El is the Kryptonian name of Superman and Jen-Hsun Huang confirms the next Tegra names will be also from the comic world – like Wayne is from Bruce Wayne a.k.a. Batman, Stark is Iron Man, etc. Read more »

Samsung Galaxy Note video commercial is out, brags about its confused identity

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As the Samsung Galaxy Note launch nears (we’ll be covering the launch event on Thursday live) we got to see the first video ad of the upcoming device. The 30-second promo focuses on that huge HD Super AMOLED and all the benefits of the S Pen.

Samsung also flirts with the too-big-a-phone-or-too-small-a-tablet body of the Galaxy Note towards the end. We are yet to see if there’s enough demand for such a product, but the video is definitely worth checking out. Read more »

Chrome Web Store gets a facelift, looks even better than before

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Just like the Android Market a few months back, Google has updated the Chrome Web Store with a new design that mirrors the square shapes of the new Android Market.

The new look Chrome Web Store looks radically different from its predecessor and I must say is incredibly attractive. And it’s not just a fancy design as well but also very functional. For example, you can mouseover an app and it will quickly shows a description and a download button, which instantly starts the download without opening another page. Read more »

Wondering how the Nokia N9 is made? This video shows us how

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“We’ll make it, and we’ll make it good. Then we’ll tease you with it, even go as far as making a glorious video of it being assembled, but we won’t sell it to you. Not to YOU anyway. You there, yeah you in Kazakhstan, you can have it.”

That’s basically what Nokia is saying with the N9. And while we wonder why they would be doing this to us, they went ahead and made this geek porn, featuring a naked N9 being built from scratch. Don’t worry, it’s completely safe for work, assuming you’re not working for one of Nokia’s competitors. Read more »

Here’s what the AE/AF lock allows you to do – Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman UI shot on the iPhone 4S [VIDEO]

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The Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman came around our office a few days ago, but refused to get its clever user interface shot on camera. Now, though, it gave us permission to get its UI on video using nothing but iPhone 4S’ camera.

This gave us the perfect opportunity to test the iPhone 4S’ auto-exposure lock and auto-focus lock and show you what they can do for you. Read more »